Presentation on theme: "Alexane LAMBELIN ESCIP (School Of International Business) France."— Presentation transcript:
Alexane LAMBELIN ESCIP (School Of International Business) France
310 million tons of waste a year, only for sites of demolition and French public works
97% of the total waste are recycled for realization of roads The cost of elimination of this waste is estimated at 2,50 billion euro a year that is 3,5 % of the turnover of the building. So: Creation of sustainable architecture
Distribution of the waste by type of construction site
- The human strength, with tools as the mass - The use of tools of demolition gone up at the end of hydraulic shovels, cranes, and mini-peel - The demolition with an excavator - The dynamiting for the buildings of more than seven floors
Lifeless waste or waste of class 3: It is the not toxic waste and that haven’t modification by the time (rubbles, brick, perpend, tile, mortar, cement, stone floor, coated without tar, is in hiding). They will be treated in platform of sorting, sorting office, technical landfill of type 3. The concrete can be crushed to be reused in pebbles, gravel, to make roads …
The useful industrial waste or waste class 2: they are the no-dangerous waste, like household waste (packagings, cardboards, waste stemming from the cleaning out of buildings, PVC, lino, plaster, vegetables, metals (except lead, mercury, etc.), bags with cement, cables and pipings). They can be buried in technical landfill of type 2, recycled (cardboard, metals and certain plastics), cremated or revalued (transformation of vegetables in compost or gas).
The special industrial waste or waste of class 1: they are the waste containing materials and fatal chemical or toxic products in the health and in the environment (piles, household products, acids, paintings, solvents, hydrocarbons, oil, pesticides, cooling liquids, asbestos, etc.) They will be redeemed in specialized center, and burned according to the regulations (in discharge of class 1 in France).
Distribution of the various waste of construction sites