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Construction waste management in India: An exploratory

Request PDF Construction waste management in India: An exploratory study Purpose The growth of Indian economy has brought with it significant increase in construction activities. These

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Construction waste management in India: an exploratory

Apr 13, 2012· Construction waste management in India: an exploratory study Author: Mohammed Arif, Deepthi Bendi, Tahsin Toma‐Sabbagh, Monty Sutrisna. Books and journals Case studies Expert Briefings Open Access. Advanced search. Construction waste management in India:

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Construction Waste Management in India an Exploratory Study

Construction waste management. in India: an exploratory study Mohammed Arif, Deepthi Bendi and Tahsin Toma-Sabbagh School of the Built Environment, University of Salford, Manchester, UK, and Monty Sutrisna University of Salford, Manchester, UK Abstract Purpose The growth of Indian economy has brought with it signicant increase in construction activities.

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Construction Waste Management in India: an exploratory study

Originality/value This paper presents an exploratory study which assesses the implementation of waste management practices in the Indian construction industry. It also highlights activities within different stages of a construction project that can lead to more effective waste management in the construction sector.

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Construction waste management in India: an exploratory study Overview of attention for article published in Construction Innovation (Sage Publications, Ltd. ), April 2012 Altmetric Badge

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Construction waste management in India: an exploratory

Apr 13, 2012· Construction waste management in India: an exploratory study Construction waste management in India: an exploratory study Mohammed Arif; Deepthi Bendi; Tahsin Toma‐Sabbagh; Monty Sutrisna 2012-04-13 00:00:00 Purpose The growth of Indian economy has brought with it significant increase in construction activities. These increased construction activities have further

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An Exploratory Study on Municipal Solid Waste Management

An Exploratory Study on Municipal Solid Waste Management System and Energy Recovery In Tiruvallur, India D.Arivukkarasu1,* T.S.Lakshmi2 Department of Civil Engineering, GRT Institute of Engineering and Technology, Tiruttani-631209, Tiruvallur Dist, Tamilnadu, India ABSTRACT : Solid Waste is one of the major

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Construction Innovation: Vol. 12 Iss. 2 Emerald Insight

Construction waste management in India: an exploratory study Mohammed Arif, Deepthi Bendi, Tahsin Toma‐Sabbagh, Monty Sutrisna. The growth of Indian economy has brought with it significant increase in construction activities. These increased construction activities

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Management of Construction Waste in India: A Case of Green

present state of generation of construction waste in India and major hindrances in effective execution of waste management practices in Indian construction Industry. References [1] Arif, M., Bendi,D.,Toma-Sabbagh, T. and Sutrisna, M. (2012). Construction Waste Management in India: An Exploratory Study, Construction Innovation:

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CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT IN UAE: AN

PDF On Dec 10, 2019, BATOUL Y. HITTINI and others published CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT IN UAE: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY Find, read and cite all the research

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Construction Waste Management in India an Exploratory Study

Construction waste management. in India: an exploratory study Mohammed Arif, Deepthi Bendi and Tahsin Toma-Sabbagh School of the Built Environment, University of Salford, Manchester, UK, and Monty Sutrisna University of Salford, Manchester, UK Abstract Purpose The growth of Indian economy has brought with it signicant increase in construction activities.

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An Exploratory Study on Municipal Solid Waste Management

An Exploratory Study on Municipal Solid Waste Management System and Energy Recovery In Tiruvallur, India D.Arivukkarasu, T.S.Lakshmi Department of Civil Engineering, GRT Institute of Engineering and Technology, Tiruttani-631209, Tiruvallur Dist, Tamilnadu, India

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A review on adoption of novel techniques in construction

The purpose of this study is to review extensively the literatures associated with the adoption of different novel techniques in Construction Waste Management and Policy (CWMP) to find out the state and development of the construction waste stream and to reveal gaps for further investigations through the exploration of several publications which have emphasis on construction waste management.

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Developing strategies for managing construction and

Jun 01, 2016· Construction and demolition (C&D) waste is a pressing issue not only in Malaysia, but it is also a worldwide concern including the developed countries as well. C&D waste should be managed throughout the construction cycle. The concept of circular economy (CE) is an emerging notion that has the potential to be utilized as waste minimization approach.

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Attractive Factors of Public Private Partnership (PPP) for

Apr 03, 2019· Construction waste management in India: an exploratory study. Built Environment Project and Asset Management, Vol. 3 (Issue: 1), pp. 141-156. [11] Liu, T., & Wilkinson, S. (2011). Adopting innovative procurement techniques Obstacles and drivers for adopting public private partnerships in New Zealand. Naoum, S. (2013). Dissertation Research

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Cross-regional mobility of construction and demolition

Accordingly, the characteristics of C&D waste in Australia are discussed. Similarly, the causes and impacts of cross-regional mobility of C&D waste are analysed. The findings of the study help gain insights of C&D waste management in Australia, which is valuable for other countries or regions to improve their waste management performance.

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A NEW PERSPECTIVE OF CONSTRUCTION LOGISTICS AND

AN EXPLORATORY STUDY Malek Ghanem1, Farook Hamzeh2, Olli Seppänen3 and Emile Zankoul4 ABSTRACT Construction logistics and production control can enhance project performance. Research addressing site material management mainlyaims at reducing hauling distances and transportation costs.

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Construction Waste Management In Uae: An Exploratory Study

In the same year, the construction and demolishing (C&D) industry produced 47% of the non-hazardous waste. This research aims to investigate the C&D waste management in UAE’s construction industry, specifically in Abu Dhabi based on (a) official resources identifying authorized entities, regulations, implementation guidelines, and causes

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Project management and green buildings: Lessons from the

Construction Waste Management in India: an exploratory study Arif, M. ; Bendi, D. ; Toma-Sabbagh, T. ; Sutrisna, Monty ( 2012 ) Purpose The growth of Indian economy has brought with it significant increase in construction activities.

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Dinamika Peran Jejaring Pengelolaan Sampah Dalam

From the study it was obtained that the role of JPSM “AMOR” in communication of waste literation as a facilitator between government and society and also as empowerment agent through communication group at macro and micro level. Construction Waste management in India: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Construction Innovation, 12(2).

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Cross-regional mobility of construction and demolition

The findings of the study help gain insights of C&D waste management in Australia, which is valuable for other countries or regions to improve their waste management performance. In addition, the study would also enrich existing C&D waste management theory

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THE ROLE OF SLACK IN STANDARDIZED WORK IN

distinguish slack from waste (Saurin, 2017). Considering the context of the construction industry, the aim of this study is to carry out an exploratory investigation of the role played by slack in SW. This analysis is mostly based on a matrix that checks strategies for the deployment of slack resources against sources of variability in

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Tharun, D. and Laishram, B. (2018). “Performance of Municipal Solid Waste Management Projects in India An Exploratory Study.” 8th International Conference on Sustainable Waste Management, Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India, November 22-24, 2018. Chelliah, V. and Laishram, B. (2017). “Implementation of BIM to

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Sustainability Risk Management: An Exploratory Study by

Mar 31, 2020· This exploratory study attempts to understand the state of environmental sustainability risk disclosures of a select 200 companies listed in the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE). We use content analysis to study the disclosures made in the Annual Report, Business Responsibility Report, Sustainability Reports and other allied reports

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