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MIT students fortify concrete by adding recycled plastic

Oct 25, 2017 · “Our technology takes plastic out of the landfill, locks it up in concrete, and also uses less cement to make the concrete, which makes fewer carbon dioxide emissions. This has the potential to pull plastic landfill waste out of the landfi

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PUBLIC WORKS TECHNICAL BULLETIN 200-1-27 14 SEPTEMBER 2004

By weight, concrete makes up the largest portion of th e solid waste stream. Billions of tons of concrete have been used since World War II to construct buildings, bridges, dams, roads, and other structures. When the useful life of these structures is ove

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Construction and Demolition Debris Generation in the United

asphalt concrete managed at state-permitted solid waste management facilities. These data are directly related to total asphalt concrete waste generation, and no assumptions about the lifespan of asphalt concrete were required. The methodology improvement

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Commercial and Apartment Recycling — City of Albuquerque

Information about commercial and apartment recycling in Albuquerque. The City of Albuquerque's Solid Waste Management Department now offers commercial recycling to qualified commercial properties.

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Development of a Sustainable Concrete Waste Recycling System

waste, concrete waste accounts for approximately 35 million tons per year. Although the recycling rate of concrete waste has reached 98%, most of it is used for roadbed gravel. Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) currently owns about 5,800 buildings (as

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Designing buildings for better waste management

2016/1/21 · Goals for better waste management “When we first set up recycling, we thought we could just set up a bunch of blue boxes around the office,” McMurray notes. “30 years later, we need more insight to improve our understanding in areas of decisio

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CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLISION WASTE AS A REPLACEMENT

reprocessing of buildings’ demolition waste: (1) Waste reprocessing in concrete breakstone production line or in a special site; (2) Waste reprocessing at a location where waste is created, i.e., at a construction site or at location where building is bei

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Study on Replacement of Coarse Aggregate by E-Waste in Concrete

One of the new waste materials used in the concrete industry is E – waste. For solving the disposal of large amount of E -waste material, reuse of E -waste in concrete industry is considered as the most feasible application. E -waste is one of the fastest

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Bond characteristics of concrete made of recycled

This paper presents the experimental results of pull-out tests conducted to determine the bond characteristics of concrete using aggregates made from the recycling of concrete waste from demolished buildings. Factors such as water–cement ratio (0·5, 0·4 a

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Frame Shortening in High-Rise Concrete Buildings| Concrete

Frame shortening in high-rise concrete buildings is a concern for both designer and builder, causing lost time and lost dollars. Yet much of the waste can be avoided with proper awareness on the part of the construction industry and design professionals.

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Reusing concrete panels from buildings for building

REUSING CONCRETE PANELS FROM BUILDINGS FOR BUILDING: POTENTIAL IN FINNISH 1970S MASS HOUSING Huuhka, S. Kaasalainen, T., Hakanen, J. H. & Lahdensivu, J. Resources, Conservation and Recycling vol 101, 105–121 N.B.: This is an Accepted Manuscript of an arti

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Recycling Concrete Debris from Construction and Demolition Waste

useless concrete from structures, buildings, road pavements etc. (d) Waste concrete generated due to concrete cube and cylinder testing, destructive methods of testing of existing structures etc. Products (aside from base course) are high quality aggregat

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Design of A Sustainable Building: A Conceptual Framework for

Buildings 2012, 2 127 among organizations committed to environmental performance targets that appropriate strategies and actions are needed to make building activities more sustainable [1–3]. With respect to such significant influence of the building indu

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(PDF) Use of selected waste materials in concrete mixes

Use of selected waste materials in concrete mixes ... are formed as a result of destroying buildings. The amount of waste materials may account to millions of tons annually. ... concrete. The ...

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