salvage

Information about salvage

Published on January 10, 2008

Author: Veronica1

Source: authorstream.com

Content

Salvage: It’s like destroying things,:  Salvage: It’s like destroying things, Only a lot gentler Blake Rainville Thomas Pinello Eammon Coughlin Peter Connelly What is Construction and Demolition Debris (C&D)?:  What is Construction and Demolition Debris (C&D)? Debris produced during: New Construction Renovation Demolition Includes: Bricks, concrete, masonry, paving material Soil, rocks, fill Lumber, shingles, glass, plastics Steel, drywall, insulation Electrical material, plumbing fixtures Vinyl siding, corrugated cardboard and tree stumps Costs and Statistics :  Costs and Statistics In 1996, the U.S. produced an estimated 136 million tons of C & D debris 48% (65 million tons / year) from demolition 44% (60 million tons / year) from renovation 8% (11 million tons / year) from construction 3500 facilities in the U.S. that process C&D materials Metals are most easily recyclable, steel recycling rate is about 85% (18.2 million tons out of 21.4 tons recovered) Cost Comparison Case Study – Riverdale Village Housing Development, Maryland:  Cost Comparison Case Study – Riverdale Village Housing Development, Maryland Deconstruction of 2,000 sq. ft. homes Estimated Demolition Costs averaged $3.50 – 5.00 per square foot (total cost $7,000 – 10,000) Final deconstruction cost $13,500 Sale of salvaged materials was estimated to offset final deconstruction costs by $3,000 to 4,500 Final Cost of Deconstruction $9,000 – 11,000 192 cubic yards of material was diverted from disposal Advantages and Disadvantages of C&D Recycling:  Advantages and Disadvantages of C&D Recycling Produces less waste Reduces need for new materials Creates business and jobs Recovered Materials can be donated to charities, resulting in a tax write off More costly than demolition Requires more skilled labor to process materials More time required The Deconstruction and Building Salvage Industry:  The Deconstruction and Building Salvage Industry Slide7:  The building salvage and deconstruction industry is growing rapidly Demand for salvaged / antique materials is increasing Demand fueled by increased cost of conventional and newly produced building products Can create a closed-loop, sustainable local system Wood and Lumber Salvage:  Wood and Lumber Salvage Elmwood Reclaimed Timber - Kansas City, Mo. Deconstruct and convert reclaimed lumber and masonry into fine home products Also wholesale entire wooden structures like barns and old industrial buildings http://www.elmwoodreclaimedtimber.com Masonry Salvage:  Masonry Salvage Red Mountain Used Brick Based out of Katonah, New York Wholesaler of used brick, masonry, veneer and pavers Independence Antique Brick Company Based out of Dillsburg, PA Markets antique brick for restorations http://independenceantiquebrick.com/ Building Material Salvage In Burlington:  Building Material Salvage In Burlington Recycle North Non profit organization that deals with community development and deconstruction Deconstruct and sell used material Lumber, doors, appliances, windows, etc Poverty Relief Donates about $50,000 in appliances and household goods Job Training Trains people in one of five technical areas Computer systems, appliances repair, customer service and retail, electronics and business management This slide was not endorsed by the Bush Administration Conclusions:  Conclusions C&D deconstruction and salvage has the potential to decrease environmental degradation and reduce our ecological footprint Many industries process and market all types of salvage and the industry is growing Deconstruction and salvage has the potential to help communities

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