What Next for Wood Construction/Demolition Debris?

@inproceedings{Hubbe2014WhatNF,
  title={What Next for Wood Construction/Demolition Debris?},
  author={Martin A. Hubbe},
  year={2014}
}
Residents in localities throughout the world voluntarily participate in the routine recycling of household wastes, such as paper, metals, and plastics containers. But when a house in their neighborhood gets built or torn down, most of the debris – including wood waste – gets landfilled. Such a waste of material suggests that there are opportunities to add value to these under-utilized resources. The great variability, as well as contamination, pose major challenges. It is recommended that… CONTINUE READING

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