PUB C513 Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook. Part 11 - Demolition rubble. (12 of 34)

Publication Year
1999

Document Status
Red 
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Abstract

Consolidates available knowledge and provides authoritative guidance for designers, specifiers and clients. The first chapters examine why the industry should use reclaimed and recycled materials and discuss ways of overcoming the barriers that designers and specifiers may face in using them. The main part of the book covers the range of materials that can be reclaimed or recycled for construction use and details their properties and performance, sources and availability, current applications, specifications, advantages and constraints, and potential applications.


Document History

This document is part of a larger document, Reclaimed and recycled construction materials handbook, which has been split into parts for ease of use. Based on research project RP557.


ISBN

0860175138

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