Construction and Demolition a.k.a. C&D waste accounts for 30% to 50% of the totally generated waste, which varies from country to country. Currently, it’s mostly used for landfilling and backfilling or, sometimes, is simply dumped into the sea.
With small investment, the sorted concrete and brick/tile/ceramics factions of C&D waste could be processed to be turned into construction and decoration materials.
One of options is production of hyper-pressed bricks or pavement blocks of various shapes, sizes, and colors. These items’ physical parameters meet the strictest requirements and standards, and can be used in most critical construction projects – industrial, seismically active areas, etc.