Concrete Debris Reuse and Recycling Implementation Plan
Date of Award
Undergraduate Capstone Project
Master of Applied Science
University College, Environmental Policy and Management
Environmental Policy & Mgmt
Concrete debris, Demolition, Recycling, Reuse
The Kennedy Space Center (KSC) has an active solid waste diversion program in place to divert waste and identify vendors capable of recycling or reusing materials previously sent for land disposal. The KSC has an interest in extending the life of the onsite landfill and meeting solid waste diversion goals by diverting reusable construction and demolition material away from the landfill. Concrete is a potential construction and demolition source of reuse. The KSC's commitment to source reduction and waste minimization requirements can be demonstrated by implementing a plan for concrete landfill diversion and reuse. This project develops an implementation plan that meets KSC's concrete diversion needs.
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Trout, Shannah, "Concrete Debris Reuse and Recycling Implementation Plan" (2007). University College: Environmental Policy and Management Capstones. 174.