Treating government Schizophrenia.On page 16 of this issue we discuss issues and challenges facing the demolition Demolition is the opposite of construction: the tearing-down of buildings and other structures. It contrasts with deconstruction, which is the taking down of a building while carefully preserving valuable elements for re-use. industry with the Executive Committee of the National Demolition Association. These leading demolition contractors say disposing of materials generated by demolition activity is the biggest issue they face, whether because of recycling recycling, the process of recovering and reusing waste products—from household use, manufacturing, agriculture, and business—and thereby reducing their burden on the environment. mandates/LEED requirements or travel distance and trucking costs to landfills. Granted, a lot of this is just the cost of doing business and the nature of the beast Nature of the Beast is the ninth episode of The WB television series Birds of Prey. The episode aired on December 18, 2003. Summary
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Leonard Cherry of Cherry Demolition, Houston, says: "We get the state legislatures--through strong lobbying efforts from the natural aggregate or landfill concerns--that are attempting by legislation and regulation to limit the recycling opportunities. Then we get the bureaucrats pushing from the opposite direction wanting to enforce additional recycling. Consequently, you find the recyclers and the demolition contractors stuck in the middle--getting squeezed by the legislation on one hand and the bureaucrats on the other."
What Cherry means is that many government entities, and commercial customers as well, now require or expect C&D recycling to take place on their projects. Yet in many parts of the country barriers to recycling remain, barriers often erected by governmental agencies at the urging of those businesses with the most to lose from C&D recycling. It reminds me of an analogy once told to me by a hot-mix asphalt plant An asphalt plant is a plant used for the manufacture of asphalt, macadam and other forms of coated roadstone, sometimes collectively known as blacktop.
The manufacture of coated roadstone demands the combination of a number of aggregates, sand and a filler (such as stone operator, about how on one end of his process he had governmental agencies stuffing all the recyclable wastes Recyclable waste is a waste type that has the potential to be recycled. A typical municipal waste stream (bin bag) contains the following components that can be recycled if recovered in a suitably clean state with little contamination:
It's the same for those trying to recycle re·cy·cle
tr.v. re·cy·cled, re·cy·cling, re·cy·cles
1. To put or pass through a cycle again, as for further treatment.
2. To start a different cycle in.
a. C&D materials. Demolition contractors will do it, as long as it makes money and they have a market for the material, or at least a facility at which to drop it off. But sometimes, ludicrous regulations make setting up the means to recycle difficult.
One recent example is the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency's definition of recycling. Any C&D material made into alternative daily cover or into burn fuel is not considered to be recycled, which pretty much wipes out the basic markets for mixed C&D recyclers. It also makes any company wanting to set up a C&D recycling plant nearly anywhere in the state have to get a solid waste permit. In light of some recent efforts of some companies to get a solid waste permit for a transfer station in the Chicago suburbs (and failing to do so even after spending as much as $1 million to try, to get regulatory, approval), it is no wonder that mixed C&D recycling is so stymied in the Land of Lincoln.
There are numerous examples like this. For their part, recycling market development officials dismiss these obstacles, or don't recognize them as problems. But if they want to see more recycling, then they have to work with their brethren on the regulatory, side to allow the development of safe C&D regulations, and not allow so many barriers to be erected by senseless sense·less
1. Lacking sense or meaning; meaningless.
2. Deficient in sense; foolish or stupid.
3. Insensate; unconscious. regulation.
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