4 edition of Framework for evaluating use of recycled materials in the highway environment found in the catalog.
Framework for evaluating use of recycled materials in the highway environment
by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Research, Development, and Technology, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service in McLean, VA, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||[T.T. Eighmy, W.H. Chesner].|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Contributions||Chesner, Warren H., Recycled Materials Resource Center., Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Robin L. Schroeder has been with the Federal Highway Administration for 15 years. For the past three years, he has worked in the Materials Branch of the Construction and Maintenance Division in Washington, D.C., where he is extensively involved with the use of recycled materials in highway construction. The use of recycled materials in highway construction can achieve significant benefits affecting the triple bottom line (environment, pros-perity, and society). Although state departments of transportation have been at the forefront of introducing recycled materials, they have been.
The aggregate from recycled construction and demolition waste (RCDW) is an attractive alternative material for bases and sub-bases due to its high resistance and its non-expansive behavior,. However, the quality of the recycled materials varies considerably and is quite difficult to control  ; some proper guidelines on the production and Cited by: The objective of this project was the development of a life-cycle assessment (LCA) framework and computer-based tool, which draws on environmental and economic parameters, and assists decision-makers in evaluating the use of recycled materials in highway construction and . In theory, recycling of these waste materials into the highway environment conserves valuable natural materials and makes use of materials frequently considered as wastes. Many such materials are routinely used in Europe and Japan in highway construction where a more institutionalized framework is present based on the general scarcity of.
The DPSIR framework within a performance management framework to evaluate system outcomes. (to increase the use of recycled materials), if successful, will change the quality or State of the environment and available resources, and slow resource depletion, perhaps the most obvious of the Impacts of the Pressure exerted by resource use Cited by: 4. Document the use of recycled materials in construction and maintenance projects. Ensure that recycled materials pose no threat to human health or the environment, without holding them to standards above those of our traditional materials. Assure that this process is consistent. The contents of this summary are reported in detail in the Center for Transportation Research Report , "Location and Availability of Waste and Recycled Materials in Texas and Evaluation of Their Utilization in Roadbase,", A. Saeed, W.R. Hudson, and P. Anaejionu, Preliminary Report Dated - .
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedenvironment, pdf with only 28 percent of recycled post-consumer pdf in the municipal solid waste stream. Concrete also is routinely being recycled as a base material for U.S. roadways. At the same time, huge quantities of industrial byproducts and other materials are put to constructive re-use in construction and maintenanceFile Size: KB.1.
Introduction. This paper develops a methodological framework for environmental assessment download pdf material ‘cascades’ — complex systems of material use in which materials and products are re-used or recycled a number of times before being discarded (Clift and Longley,Jackson, ).Existing environmental assessment tools such as Energy Analysis and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) have Cited by: This book will ebook to the understanding of environmental problems concerning the re-use of 'waste' materials in construction, and hopefully to a wider acceptance of the use of such materials to reduce the environmental impact in a world that is increasing its resource appetite Edition: 1.