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A quick introduction to construction and demolition waste management
REMONDIS Integrated and Managed Services // 3 October 2021
Of all waste sent to landfill, it’s estimated that at least half is classified as Construction and Demolition (C&D)
There is an ongoing effort to promote and expand C&D recycling options throughout Australia
C&D materials can be segregated into a number of key materials and sent to appropriate facilities for recycling
Construction and demolition waste (commonly known as C&D waste) includes waste generated from building activity, demolition activities and site clean-ups.
C&D waste can include: Bricks Pavers Roof tiles Concrete Timber Metal
C&D waste does not include: Asbestos Tyres Asphalt E-waste Bulky garden waste
A major benefit of recycling C&D waste is that it can easily be separated by staff on site into specific bins for each waste stream.
Alternatively, you can request a mixed C&D bin that is taken to a sorting facility where the contents are separated off-site and recycled. This is a great way to save money as C&D waste is heavy and subject to a higher disposal rate, including government levies, if it’s taken to a landfill.
Federal law governing heavy vehicles regulates what mass vehicles can carry within Australia. It applies to all parties, including those responsible for loading bins and those receiving the waste.
This is called the Chain of Responsibility and it requires each party in the supply chain to play a part and be responsible for ensuring safe transport on our roads.
Remember, never bag C&D waste before placing it in the bin.
These materials need to be loose to facilitate processing at the disposal facility. A facility will likely categorise bagged waste as ‘non-C&D’ or assume it’s asbestos-contaminated material – and they reserve the right to reject the load and divert it to landfill.
Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral rock that was used extensively in Australia from the 1940s to the mid-1980s. It was used in the manufacture of a wide range of products, including:
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