How Waste Is Generated In Hertfordshire

690,000 TONNES 320,000 TONNKS__ - ___ The volume of waste generated per year in Herffordshire.Waste is a resource which offers many secondary uses - heat, materials, chemicals, (Hertfordshire County CouncilO.) The volume of waste generated per year in Herffordshire.Waste is a resource which offers many secondary uses - heat, materials, chemicals, (Hertfordshire County CouncilO.) recycling, others do not. Government action at EU, national and local level seeks to encourage the supply of recycled...

Eye Power Station Suffolk

The emphasis upon recycling, though part of IBM philosophy, resulted in a demolition contract where 90 per cent of materials were recycled, either in whole or as a usable waste. This was achieved in a contract only two weeks longer than a conventional demolition contract and at no additional cost. Demolition was let as a separate contract to the construction of a new conference centre which the company eventually constructed on an adjoining site. The demolition contract required the dismantling...

Contaminated land use

The EC Directives (75 442 EEC and 92 43 EEC) which encourage recycling and the use of brown field rather than green field site for development carry implicit, if inadvertent, risks to health and safety. Many brown field sites are contaminated with often hazardous pollutants (see Chapter 24) and buildings which are to be reused may contain dangerous substances in their fabric such as asbestos. The designer, engineer and specifier will need to pay particular regard to the health and environmental...

Recycling of waste demolition of IBM laboratories Winchester

IBM has a general recycling policy which seeks to reuse or recycle about 50 per cent of the non-hazardous waste produced by the company.6 When in 1993 the company decided to demolish an office block in the heart of an estate of computer laboratories at Hursley near Winchester, it decided to collapse the 1960s building subject to the following criteria as many building materials as possible to be recycled demolition to be safe for site users and those occupying adjoining buildings noise levels...

Recycling measures and waste management in the construction industry

London Docklands Flats For Sale

The EC Directive 751442 and Recommendation 811972 encourages Member States to introduce recycling measures largely in order to conserve the world's diminishing supply of resources. Recycling, however, is not only a matter of resource conservation it is also a question of good waste management which could well save money by allowing a construction company to maximize the hidden potential within waste products. The hidden benefits of recycling may entail aggregate production, the re-extraction of...