Corpus ID: 59500097

POST-WAR RUBBLE REMOVAL AND POTENTIAL USE OF RECYCLED CONSTRUCTION RUBBLE IN GAZA GOVERNORATES

@inproceedings{Kharouby2011POSTWARRR,
  title={POST-WAR RUBBLE REMOVAL AND POTENTIAL USE OF RECYCLED CONSTRUCTION RUBBLE IN GAZA GOVERNORATES},
  author={Amran El Kharouby},
  year={2011}
}
  • Amran El Kharouby
  • Published 2011
  • The last Israeli war on Gaza between December 27, 2008 and January 18, 2009 resulted in extensive destruction of homes, livelihoods and infrastructure facilities that generated a considerable huge amount of mixed concrete and non-concrete rubble. According to United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), after this war, nearly 600,000 tons of rubble was generated as a result of Israel’s attack on private houses, public buildings, private sector and various infrastructure facilities in the Strip… CONTINUE READING
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    Production of Low-Cost Concrete Using Powder from Demolition Concrete
    MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SELF COMPACTED CONCRETE WITH RECYCLED AGGREGATE
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    Risk Assessment for Demolition Works in Gaza Strip
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