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Every resident, organization, and human activity in the U.S. generates some type of waste. Many different types of waste are generated, including municipal solid waste, agricultural and animal waste, medical waste, radioactive waste, hazardous waste, industrial non-hazardous waste, construction and demolition debris, extraction and mining waste, oil and gas production waste, fossil fuel combustion waste, and sewage sludge (see the glossary for detailed descriptions of these wastes). In general, waste generation represents inefficient use of materials. These materials, some of which are hazardous, must be managed through ...
and one of the most effective ways to do so is by recycling building materials from construction projects. According to The Construction Materials and Recycling Association (CMRA), approximately 350 tons of construction and demolition debris is generated and disposed of in the United States each year . What does this shocking statistic mean to building professionals and the greater sustainability movement? Aside from the obvious detrimental effects on the environment, construction waste disposal leads to the loss of useful property, resources and energy. To make matters worse, this cycle ... Read More
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