When combined with demolition waste, construction waste can usually be defined as construction and demolition waste. However, there are small differences between the two. It is known that construction waste is usually transported to the landfill using open trailers or open trucks. In addition, they are more homogeneous, lighter, and more weather resistant than demolition waste.
Waste Management Strategy:
Construction debris removal focus on safe and useful waste management strategies. In this context, they pay attention to goals such as reducing waste generation, increasing reuse and recycling efforts, and reducing landfill due to mixed construction waste.
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The production of construction waste is a major problem. In addition to having waste disposal experts, it is also important that the construction industry continues to receive funding so that this problem can control waste generation. The industry can do basic things such as throwing away the unmixed waste in one place, after being reused and recycled as much as possible, and so on.
Waste created through construction, renovation, site cleaning, reconstruction, and road construction is construction waste. In general, waste can be classified into two main types, namely inert and non-inert waste.
Biodegradable forms such as bamboo, wood, packaging waste, and vegetation are not inert forms. Most of them can be easily thrown away and recycled. On the other hand, the inert form is not biodegradable. Concrete, asphalt, rubble, and other inert waste can be reused to form soil.