Recycling C&D in the Fight for Landfill Space

Turley, William
November 1998
World Wastes;Nov98, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p44
Trade Publication
Cites the business opportunities in recycling construction and demolition (C&D) debris in the United States. Amount of C&D debris generated in the US annually; Fines generated by crushing process as alternative daily landfill cover; Employment of diversion cocktail of source reduction, reuse and recycling. INSETS: How to Select a portable Concrete Recycling System;Construction Materials Recycling Association.


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