|Construction and demolition waste case study topics sought !!!
|We (BRE) has been contracted by WRAP to produce case studies, highlighting examples of good or best practice in the segregation, collection, recycling and reuse of materials defined as ?under-developed? materials (UDM)* both internationally and in the UK. The case studies will be uploaded to the WRAP website. The project is due to be competed in March, but we are seeking case studies at the moment.
If you have any current projects that you could offer as case studies, please contact me.
We would write the case studies from the information that you provide to us.
There is no cost involved except the time to provide us with information.
(*?under-developed materials? include materials which arise in Construction, Demolition and Excavation waste (CDEW), including refurbishment waste. These include packaging, insulation, floor coverings, wall coverings, tiles and boards. Wood, plastic, paper and card are also included. The definition of UDM is not a precise one but its scope includes materials derived from CDEW and refurbishment in the UK which normally go to landfill because recycling is considered non-viable. Aggregates, plasterboard and tyres are not included within the scope).
Please let me know if you need any further clarification.
|Posted by Andrew Dunster on 2008-01-09 12:12:27
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