Construction, Demolition & Excavation waste recycling: an introduction

This article on the treatment of construction and demolition waste (C&DWR) aims to provide the reader with a brief, high-level overview of key market considerations that can help determine the current potential for a feasible/successful installation of such systems in a given economic environment.

It can be seen that C&DWR has become an important sector within the aggregates and construction materials sectors of many countries, while many others have yet to initiate such recycling or go beyond the most basic approaches. 

In producing this paper, the author has drawn mainly on the experience of the UK market where C&DWR has been established at an advanced level for over a decade and is widely used as a benchmark for such development in other countries.

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