Construction and Demolition Waste Utilisation for Recycled Products in Bengaluru: Challenges and Prospects
Abhimanyu Singh and
Dr. Jai Asundi
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The report narrates that CDW can be recycled to replace natural building material; this is not only beneficial for the environment, but also results in substantial cost and resource savings.
Keywords: Economies; world; construction; industry; infrastructure; solid waste; generation; India; underestimate; landfills; unauthorised; low lying areas; open spaces; road sides; water bodies. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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