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21.08.2017 00:00 / Mis artículos

Turn the Construction Waste into Money

Construction waste is one of the inevitable outcomes of urbanization development, including muck, concrete blocks, broken stones, slurry and other waste produced in the process of demolition, repair and construction. With the economic, technology and urban development, the quantity of construction waste increases day by day, if not handled promptly, it will have serious impact on environment, society and so on. Experts believe that there are many potential and available elements in construction waste crusher, as long as we use them reasonably, they will have inestimable economic and environmental value, become the recyclable green resources. The economic value of construction waste 1.The debris, concrete and other wastes in the construction waste after crushing can be made into gravel aggregate in place of natural sand and reapplied to buildings; 2.After the waste bricks are crushed, they can be made into building boards, having the advantages of sound insulation and good waterproof effect, and the materials are simple to get and the cost is low; 3.The waste steel bars being picked out, can be recycled and reused, the economic benefits are significant. According to the survey,there are many countries in the world to treat construction waste crusher without any processing, directly stack them in the open air or bury in the low-lying areas, so that not only causing the waste of resources, at the same time, taking serious pollution to the ecological environment. As long as being used reasonably, not only achieving the certain economic benefits but also can beautify the city and improve the environment. We should avoid piling up them long time to cause the release of harmful gas, to achieve more considerable environmental value.



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