A Look Inside the Construction Waste Disposal and Recycling System

The main aim of the construction waste disposal and recycling system is to recycle as much material as possible. The system produces over 150,000 tons of recycled materials daily. First, the rubbish is collected from the site by our staff and brought to our yard, sorted into different categories based on its type.

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This includes plastic bottles, metal cans, paper, and cardboard. Then, the recyclable items are separated from the non-recyclable ones. These include glass, plastics, aluminum, steel, timber, concrete, bricks, tiles, stone, or wood. The recyclables are taken to our processing plant for further sorting.

Here we sort the recyclables into their respective types, such as glass, plastic, paper, and cardboard. Then they are sent to our glass factory, where they are melted down and made into new products. The other recyclables are sold to companies that will process them into raw materials or used in manufacturing processes. There are always material engineers on-site who oversee the process to ensure everything goes smoothly. In case of any problems, there is always an emergency plan that can be implemented immediately.

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