construction waste management

DefinitionConstruction waste is normally combined with demolition waste and described as "construction and demolition" (C&D). It is all non-hazardous solid waste resulting from construction, demolition and land-clearing activities. This includes waste materials that can be salvaged, reused or recycled.

Mostly of the construction waste is made up of materials such as bricks, concrete, steel and wood damaged or unused for various reasons during the construction. There is the potential to recycle or reuse such elements. Rubble can be crushed and reused in construction projects. Waste wood can also be recovered and recycled. Concrete waste can be crushed or recycled for reuse on or off site to reduce waste and redirects reusable materials.

What We DoWe specialize in designing waste management solutions and techniques before and during the construction activities. Our strategies conform with the waste management hierarchy of reducing, reusing, recycling and disposal of waste.

Our experts make sure that all the hazardous and non-hazardous waste materials are efficiently and safely disposed in accordance to the environmental protection laws. We also allow for cost-effective waste management solutions.