Building with Reclaimed Components and Materials: A Design Handbook for Reuse and Recycling
Interest in green and sustainable design is growing throughout the world. Both national and local governments are active in promoting reuse and recycling in order to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. This guide identifies how building designers and constructors can minimize the generation of waste at the design stage of a building project by using reclaimed components and materials.
Authoritative, accessible and much-needed, this book highlights the opportunities for using reclaimed components and materials and recycled-content building products for each element of a building, from structure and foundations to building services and external works. Current experience is
This book will be invaluable for building professionals � including architects, specifiers, structural and service engineers, quantity surveyors, contractors and facilities managers � as well as students of architecture and civil engineering.
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