Multicriteria Analysis of Glass Waste Application

@article{Bisikirske2019MulticriteriaAO,
  title={Multicriteria Analysis of Glass Waste Application},
  author={Danguole Bisikirske and Dagnija Blumberga and Saulius Vasarevi{\vc}ius and Gintautas Skripkiūnas},
  journal={Environmental and Climate Technologies},
  year={2019},
  volume={23},
  pages={152 - 167}
}
Abstract Increasing amounts of glass waste present serious challenges in waste management to avoid environmental problems that might be created if it was to be deposited in landfills. Theoretically, glass waste is fully recyclable, but, if contaminated, containing impurities, broken or mixed colour, it makes the re-melting process impractical. A great practice of using secondary recycling material was reached by the construction industry involving glass waste in concrete mixtures as fine… 
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