The construction industry has a critical role to play in the long-term well-being of cities. Waste management is a major concern for sustainable building since the construction sector uses more natural resources and energy.
Construction and demolition wastes are considered the principal wastes that are created by the construction and demolition sectors. Debris from the construction, remodeling, repair, and destruction of homes, big buildings, highways, bridges, piers, and other trash outs constitutes waste.
Construction and demolition debris consists of wood, steel, concrete, gypsum, masonry, plaster, and metal, as well as junk removals before construction.
There are a few environmental consequences of disposing of such garbage. First, it is an eyesore that may result in significant economic losses, and second, it influences groundwater quality.
The demolition process involves the dismantling, razing, demolishing, or wrecking of a structure or a portion of a structure. Many of the dangers involved with the building are present during demolition activities.
Demolition poses extra risks owing to unknown circumstances, making demolition labor extremely hazardous. Changes in the structure’s design during construction; unknown strengths or weaknesses of construction materials-from flooring to roofing; approved or disapproved modifications that altered the original design; hidden materials within structural membranes, other chemicals, and or heavy metals that may require special handling.
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