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International Journal of Engineering Research in Computer Science and Engineering (IJERCSE)

Monthly Journal for Computer Science and Engineering

Open Access Journal

International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IJERMCE)

Monthly Journal for Mechanical and Civil Engineering

ISSN : 2456-1290 (Online)

Call For Paper : Vol 11, Issue 05, May 2024
Review of Construction Waste Management Policies in India and other Nations

Author : S. D. Bhosle 1 A. R. Mishra 2 S. Jalihal 3 Libin B 4 A. Gaikwad 5 6

Date of Publication :25th January 2018

Abstract: The issue of construction waste management is one that is paramount in any country, especially in developing countries. The scarcity of the availability of raw material has made it very important to study the use of recycled construction waste for newer construction projects. This review is intended to study the guidelines of construction waste management in major countries around the world and layout guidelines that are suitable for India. This will help Indian Government in solving this issue. Various countries like Australia, Germany, Ireland, United States of America, Nigeria, Indonesia, South Korea information and their policies regarding the building materials and construction are studied. They have an environmental impact at every step of the building process and extraction of raw materials, processing, manufacturing, transportation, construction and disposal at the end of a building’s useful life. The lowering of the embodied impact of buildings is significant given the contribution of re-use that the re-use and recycling industry. Communicating the benefits of re-use and recycling and highlighting how barriers have been overcome will help to address the misperception that re-use of construction and demolition waste in infrastructure is novel, difficult and risky. Landfilling is considered to be undesirable due to environmental and ecosystem hazards. Now, most of the landfills are on the verge of arriving at its full capacity. This paper deals with the comparison of construction waste management policies an India and other countries of the world.

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