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The Importance of Good Construction Site Waste Management

In this article we explain why good Construction Site Waste Management is very important. Including the preparation of a Construction Site Waste Management Plan (SWMP) before site-works start You might assume that waste is everything we don’t want any more. However the trash created on construction sites can be valuable as a raw material to […]

Waste and recycling in the Construction industry

Construction and Demolition Waste and Recycling

In tonnage terms construction and demolition waste is the UK’s largest waste stream accounting for 90 Million tonnes of material per year in England and Wales alone. To drive the recovery of demolition material and the use of recycled materials in new structures, ICE, working with London Remade and Envirocentre has developed the Demolition Protocol […]

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Inert Waste Disposal – Is My Waste Inert?

Inert waste disposal should be simple and cheap, because there is no need to send it to a licensed landfill. But, do make sure it really is “inert” before you offer it to a farmer for improving farm access tracks, for example. Inert materials are by definition un-reactive, both biologically and chemically. This means that […]

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Construction Waste Containers

Residents who carry out small house improvement projects should use construction waste containers to collect and store the construction waste and general garbage generated by decorating their houses. These are better than small waste skips for small amounts of waste, as you can buy them and avoid the hire charges. Pile them to the designated […]