All C&D Recycling Articles

Building an inert waste strategy
The UK's Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), the Welsh Assembly and the Environment Agency have jointly issued a discussion document soliciting input concerning the way inert wastes, such as brick, concrete, hardcore and subsoil, are handled in England and Wales. The aim, according to Defra, is “to adopt a more proportionate and risk-based approach to its recovery and disposal”.
Running rubble
UK contractor Squibb and Davies is using a novel approach to remove demolition debris from a site it is currently working on in central London.
Compact crushing
As legislation tightens on waste disposal and planning approvals begin to require on-site processing of waste, the demand for compact crushers is growing despite the fact that most compact solutions provide relatively low throughputs. D&Ri reports on this growing sector
Waste management or construction activity?
Terry Quarmby, the president in waiting of the UK's Institute of Demolition Engineers, outlines his own personal take on a definition of the demolition industry and the impact on this definition from the waste it handles on a daily basis
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