framework for economic assessment of concrete waste

Framework for economic assessment of concrete waste ...

1. Waste Manag Res. 2019 Mar;37(3):268-277. doi: 10.1177/0734242X18815962. Epub 2018 Dec 12. Framework for economic assessment of concrete waste management strategies. El-Shaboury N(1), Abdelhamid M(1), Marzouk M(2). Author information: (1)1 Construction Engineering and Management Institute, Housing and Building National Research Centre, Egypt.

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Framework for economic assessment of concrete waste ...

Dec 12, 2018  Framework for economic assessment of concrete waste management strategies Nehal El-Shaboury, Manal Abdelhamid, and Mohamed Marzouk Waste Management

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Framework for economic assessment of concrete waste ...

Unlike developing countries, most developed countries address the problem of construction and demolition wastes (CDW) accumulation. In Egypt, CDW recycling plants are minimal. This study is devoted to understanding the economic aspects of constructing and operating a construction and demolition concrete waste recycling plant in Egypt. This includes accounting for several factors such

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Environmental, Economic, and Social Impacts of Concrete ...

by using the economic input-output life-cycle assessment (EIO-LCA). The quantity of each concrete was calculated based on a 1-lane kilometer of highway rehabilitation with the continuously reinforced concrete pavement rehabilitation strategy. The unit price of each concrete

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A whole life cycle performance-based ECOnomic and ...

Apr 10, 2021  Regarding the third pillar; the economic impact assessment, the reviewed frameworks simply compare the basic cost per unit volume of the concrete mixes as seen in Table 5. This means that since alternatives 1, 2 and 3 costs 90, 80 and 70 $/m 3 respectively, the score would be 0, 0.5 and 1.

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Environmental and economic impact assessment of ...

Jan 01, 2014  The current situation of waste management in Egypt lies in disposed waste either legally or illegally and there is no coherent framework for making the most of these wastes. It is very important to give priority to the environment in addition to conventional project objectives, such as cost, duration, quality and safety ( Liyin et al., 2006 ).

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(PDF) A whole life cycle performance-based ECOnomic and ...

A whole life cycle performance-based ECOnomic and ECOlogical assessment framework (ECO2) for concrete sustainability January 2021 Journal of Cleaner Production 292(6):126060

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Comparative environmental assessment of natural and ...

Constant and rapid increase in construction and demolition (CD) waste generation and consumption of natural aggregate for concrete production became one of the biggest environmental problems in the construction industry. Recycling of CD waste represents one way to convert a waste product i

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Environmental and economic impact assessment of ...

Construction and demolition wastes (CDW) have increasingly serious problems in environmental, social, and economic realms. There is no coherent framework for utilization of these wastes which are disposed both legally and illegally. This harms the environment, contributes to the increase of energy consumption, and depletes finite landfills ...

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Sustainability of Concrete Construction

noteworthy economic impact on the price of cement. Anumber of characteristics apply to innovative concrete prod-ucts. First, they are produced with precast or cast-in-place rein-forced concrete elements that are made with portland cement and pozzolanic materials that include renewable components, recycled components, or both.

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Conceptual Framework for Municipal Solid Waste

on Municipal Solid Waste management in Low-Income Countries URBAN MANAGEMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Conceptual Framework for Municipal Solid Waste Management in Low-Income Countries Peter Schübeler in collaboration with Karl Wehrle and Jürg Christen, SKAT August 1996 Working Paper No. 9 Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized

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Selection of Sustainable Supplementary Concrete Materials ...

May 29, 2019  3. Optimal Scoring Method (OSM) The optimal scoring method (OSM) is a framework for ranking materials for a specific cause [].The OSM helps the decision-making team to prioritize the candidate material which is part of a set of alternative materials as I based on a set of assessment criteria J.Moreover, a set of “R” rules may be constructed in order to obtain decisions for fixing the ...

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A combined framework for the life cycle assessment and ...

Jan 07, 2020  The framework intends to provide a step by step guidance for food waste practitioners, and it is composed of a preliminary section on study purpose definition, three decision trees—respectively on assessment situation(s), costing approach, and type of study (footprint vs. intervention)—and two sets of recommendations.

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Concrete > Mission Possible Partnership

Reprocessing concrete from construction and demolition waste to produce recycled aggregates to be used in concrete manufacturing ... as well as support in developing joint outreach for policy framework, demand signals, a road map and net-zero coalitions. ... definition of “green” cement/concrete and in the context of whole-life assessment ...

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Waste-to-energy: A review of life cycle assessment and its ...

Oct 12, 2017  Life cycle assessment is sufficiently developed on waste-to-energy with concrete data inventory and sensitivity analysis, although the data and model uncertainty are unavoidable. Compared with life cycle assessment, only a few evaluations are conducted to waste-to-energy techniques by using extension methods and its methodology and application ...

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Design of A Sustainable Building: A Conceptual Framework ...

objectives have to be translated into concrete practical actions, by using a holistic approach to facilitate decision making. Although new technologies such as Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM), Building for Environmental and Economic Sustainability (BEES),

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Whole-of-life embodied carbon emissions reduction framework

MBIE develops and delivers policy, services, advice and regulation to support economic growth. and the prosperity and wellbeing of New Zealanders. MBIE combines the former Ministries of Economic Development, Science + Innovation, and the Departments of Labour, and Building and Housing. Disclaimer. This document is a guide only.

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Waste Framework Directive - Environment

The Waste Framework Directive provides additional labelling, record keeping, monitoring and control obligations from the "cradle to the grave", in other words from the waste production to the final disposal or recovery. It also bans the mixing of hazardous waste with other categories of hazardous waste, and with non-hazardous waste.

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STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION AND LIFE-CYCLE SUSTAINABILITY ...

Recent devastating natural hazards worldwide have underscored hazard resilience as an important component of sustainability. This thesis presents a comprehensive sustainability quantification methodology for reinforced concrete (RC) buildings subjected to earthquakes by developing and using a new life-cycle assessment (LCA) framework.

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Common indicators for municipal waste management Green ...

Common indicators for municipal waste management. The performance of the municipal solid waste management system is highly influenced by two main categories; waste strategy and instruments, such as collection systems, legal framework, economic instruments in place etc. and external factors like level of economic activity, consumption pattern etc.

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Material flow, economic and environmental assessment of ...

10 小时前  Considering the classification of MSW management operations defined by the Waste Framework Directive (WFD) 2008/98/EC, incineration (D10) and thermal valorisation (R1) accounted for over 75 Mt of MSW in Europe in 2018 (Eurostat, 2020), leading to the supply of electricity and heat to respectively 18 M and 15.2 M end-users from waste-to-energy ...

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Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework (LEAF) Methods ...

Mar 25, 2021  The Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework (LEAF) is a leaching evaluation system, which consists of four leaching methods, data management tools, and scenario assessment approaches designed to work individually or to be integrated to provide a description of the release of inorganic constituents of potential concern (COPCs) for a wide range of solid materials.

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Conceptual Framework for Municipal Solid Waste

on Municipal Solid Waste management in Low-Income Countries URBAN MANAGEMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE Conceptual Framework for Municipal Solid Waste Management in Low-Income Countries Peter Schübeler in collaboration with Karl Wehrle and Jürg Christen, SKAT August 1996 Working Paper No. 9 Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized

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(PDF) Economic and Environmental Assessment of Carbon ...

Aug 18, 2020  This study combines life cycle assessment (LCA) with life cycle costing (LCC) to analyze the environmental and economic drivers of three different waste disposal scenarios in

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Design of A Sustainable Building: A Conceptual Framework ...

objectives have to be translated into concrete practical actions, by using a holistic approach to facilitate decision making. Although new technologies such as Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM), Building for Environmental and Economic Sustainability (BEES),

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Common indicators for municipal waste management Green ...

Common indicators for municipal waste management. The performance of the municipal solid waste management system is highly influenced by two main categories; waste strategy and instruments, such as collection systems, legal framework, economic instruments in place etc. and external factors like level of economic activity, consumption pattern etc.

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Waste Framework Directive - Environment

The Waste Framework Directive provides additional labelling, record keeping, monitoring and control obligations from the "cradle to the grave", in other words from the waste production to the final disposal or recovery. It also bans the mixing of hazardous waste with other categories of hazardous waste, and with non-hazardous waste.

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Environmental Impacts of Construction and Demolition Waste ...

Feb 18, 2021  A comprehensive life cycle assessment framework is proposed to assess the environmental impacts associated with the upstream and downstream of concrete waste

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Sustainability Free Full-Text A Conceptual Framework ...

The score of the assessment categories ranged from 1.0 (I 2 —missions and waste) to 5.0 points (I 8 —human health impacts) exhibiting a noticeable fluctuation per indicator and category. The case study received the highest score in 6 out of 16 indicators evaluated (indicators 2, 8, 11, 13, 16, and 18) and the minimum score to 6 (indicators ...

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The Key Elements of the Circular Economy Framework ...

The Key Elements framework is a conceptual framework of eight elements of circularity that can be applied at different intervention levels (for example, national, regional, sector, business, product, process, or material) towards a circular economy. The KE framework consists of three core elements and five enabling elements.

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An overview of construction and demolition waste ...

Mar 25, 2012  The construction and demolition (CD) waste generated by the Canadian construction industry accounts for 27 % of the total municipal solid waste disposed in landfills. However, it is evident that over 75 % of what the construction industry generates as waste has a residual value, and therefore could be recycled, salvaged and/or reused. The need for comprehensive and integrated waste

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Construction Waste Management WBDG - Whole Building ...

Oct 17, 2016  Some waste generated in the process of construction can be eliminated. For example, durable modular metal form systems for use in concrete construction may be selected on the basis of being readily demountable and reusable on other projects, thus eliminating wood waste associated with formwork fabricated of plywood and dimensional lumber.

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Development of a superstructure optimization framework for ...

Nov 18, 2020  The main objective of this study is to develop a decision-making tool for the design of the optimal municipal solid waste (MSW) facilities based on superstructure optimization. Currently, the disposal of MSW is a major problem due to the lack of awareness of the negative impacts resulting from dumping MSW into the environment. This poses a challenge for the authorities.

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Life-Cycle Environmental Impact Assessment of Reinforced ...

Dec 04, 2016  Therefore, a complete sustainability assessment of any civil infrastructure requires an evaluation of its three major components: cost, and environmental and social impacts. Because the construction industry is a pioneer in the sustainability movement, the civil engineering community at large needs an integrated methodology for conducting ...

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