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Recycling of Construction Demolition (C D) Materials

Mar 09, 2020  Hong Kong is facing a challenge to handle a significant amount of Construction and Demolition (CD) materials to be generated per year from local construction activities. A good proportion of these CD materials are broken concrete and rock pieces which can be recycled into recycled aggregates and granular materials for use in construction works.

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CODE OF PRACTICE - Buildings Department

The Draft Code of Practice for Demolition of Buildings was first issued in February 1998 ... Figure 4.14 Demolition of Reinforced Concrete Wall by Excavator 73-75 . ... implementation of demolition works for different types of buildings in Hong Kong aiming at minimising the risks of : (A) causing damage to persons and properties of the public; ...

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Use of Hydraulic Concrete Crusher in Demolition Works ...

Apr 02, 2019  Use of Hydraulic Concrete Crusher (HCC) in Demolition Works Noise generated from construction sites is very common and need to be properly controlled so as to minimize these nuisances to nearby Noise Sensitive Receivers (NSRs), particularly from the site carrying out demolition works.

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Construction and demolition materials management in

The management of construction and demolition materials is a problem being tackled by many government agencies worldwide. The problem is particularly acute in Hong Kong due to rapid economic development and urban renewal over recent decades, and the situation is aggravated by the dense population on a small plot of usable land. The Hong Kong ...

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong ...

May 01, 2007  Hong Kong experience of using recycled aggregates from construction and demolition materials in ready mixed concrete. In: Proceedings of International Workshop on Sustainable Development and Concrete Technology, Beijing, May 2004, pp. 267–276.

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GovHK: Construction Waste - one-stop portal of the Hong ...

The major approach to managing construction waste in Hong Kong is the use of public filling areas for reusable inert construction waste and landfills for non-inert construction waste. The fill banks temporarily stockpile the inert construction waste for later reuse in reclamation and site formation works.

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong ...

In 2004, over 20 million tonnes of construction and demolition (CD) wastes were generated in Hong Kong. Since the local landfills will be saturated in about 8 years, it is important to find a ...

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong ...

T1 - The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong. AU - Poon, Chi Sun. AU - Chan, Dixon. PY - 2007/5/1. Y1 - 2007/5/1. N2 - In 2004, over 20 million tonnes of construction and demolition (CD) wastes were generated in Hong Kong. Since the local landfills will be saturated in about 8 years, it is important to find a viable way to reuse ...

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Reuse, Reduction and Recycle of CD Waste

Reuse, Reduction and Recycle of Construction and Demolition Waste 24 May 2011 2 Executive Summary Hong Kong is running out of both reclamation sites and landfill space for the disposal of Construction Demolition (CD) Waste. It is important for Hong Kong to adopt a

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Recycling of Construction Demolition (C D) Materials

Mar 09, 2020  Hong Kong is facing a challenge to handle a significant amount of Construction and Demolition (CD) materials to be generated per year from local construction activities. A good proportion of these CD materials are broken concrete and rock pieces which can be recycled into recycled aggregates and granular materials for use in construction works.

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Construction and demolition materials management in

The management of construction and demolition materials is a problem being tackled by many government agencies worldwide. The problem is particularly acute in Hong Kong due to rapid economic development and urban renewal over recent decades, and the situation is aggravated by the dense population on a small plot of usable land. The Hong Kong ...

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Assessing Relationships Among Properties of Demolished ...

2 Department of Building Construction, City University of Hong Kong, 83 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong; Email: [email protected] Abstract. Recycled demolished concrete (DC) as recycled aggregate (RA) and recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) is generally suitable for most construction applications. Low-

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GovHK: Construction Waste - one-stop portal of the Hong ...

The major approach to managing construction waste in Hong Kong is the use of public filling areas for reusable inert construction waste and landfills for non-inert construction waste. The fill banks temporarily stockpile the inert construction waste for later reuse in reclamation and site formation works.

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A Review on the Use of Recycled Aggregate in Concrete in ...

illustrate the barriers that must be overcome to facilitate the wider use of recycled aggregates in concrete in Hong Kong. Keywords: construction and demolition (CD) waste; recycled aggregate; recycled aggregate concrete 1. INTRODUCTION Hong Kong, with a population of about 6.8 million and about 2.1 million households has a mountainous landscape.

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Hong Kong exported more construction waste to mainland ...

May 09, 2018  About 93 per cent of construction waste in Hong Kong is inert – sand, bricks and concrete – and is used for reclamation, most of which is stored at

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong ...

The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong: Authors: Poon, CS Chan, D: Issue Date: 2007: Source: Resources, conservation and recycling, 2007, v. 50, no. 3, p. 293-305: Abstract: In 2004, over 20 million tonnes of construction and demolition (Camp;D) wastes were generated in Hong Kong. Since the local landfills will be saturated in ...

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Kowloon Walled City - Wikipedia

Kowloon Walled City was an ungoverned, densely populated de jure Chinese enclave within the boundaries of Kowloon City, Hong Kong.Originally a Chinese military fort, the walled city became an enclave after the New Territories were leased to the United Kingdom by China in 1898. Its population increased dramatically following the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during World War II.

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HKFC Stadium (Concrete) [1954-1995] Gwulo: Old Hong Kong

Dec 31, 1995  I believe the Hong Kong Football Club stadium was built in 1954 and demolished around 1995. The book "Along the Sports Road" should provide more exact dates. At one time, the headquarters of the Hong Kong Football Association was in the stadium. The stadium was also the site of important football matches, but this was no longer the case by the ...

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Tong lau - Wikipedia

Tong lau or ke lau are tenement buildings built in late 19th century to the 1960s in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Southern China, and Southeast Asia.Designed for both residential and commercial uses, they are similar in style and function to the shophouses with five-foot way (Min Nan Chinese: têng-á-kha) of Southeast Asia.Over the years, tong lau construction has seen influences of Edwardian style ...

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Approaches for Construction and Demolition Waste ...

38 Figure 2 8 A map showing the location of the facilities for construction and demolition waste in Hong Kong (Source: Hong Kong G o vernment N.D. ) Figure 2 9 Concrete recycling plant in Brisb ane, Australia (source: Crowther 2000)

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Non-Explosive Chemical Expansion Agent (Soundless ... - EPD

Performance and practicability of the equipment has been studied and approved on different construction sites in Hong Kong. Unlike explosive chemicals or expansive compounds, soundless chemical demolition agents (SCDAs) do not produce vibrations, and hence, they are

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Polished concrete Hong Kong Forums Advice for Expats ...

Browse Hong Kong expatriate forums and navigate threads at AsiaXPAT. View advice forums and more, or create a new discussion topic for free online today. ... The above messages were 5 years ago. I search the keyword "polished concrete" that I found this page and i

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Hong Kong’s lost buildings - Time Out Hong Kong

Kai Tak was Hong Kong’s main airport up until 1998, when it was replaced by Chek Lap Kok, and finally met demolition in 2004. Photograph: Courtesy CC/WikiCommons/Henry Li Edinburgh Place Ferry ...

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Construction and demolition materials management in

The management of construction and demolition materials is a problem being tackled by many government agencies worldwide. The problem is particularly acute in Hong Kong due to rapid economic development and urban renewal over recent decades, and the situation is aggravated by the dense population on a small plot of usable land. The Hong Kong ...

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Guidelines for Selective Demolition On Site Sorting

Respective Recovery/Recycling Companies in Hong Kong (A list of recovery/recycling companies in Hong Kong can be obtained from EPD’s ... shows the implementation of the Selective Demolition. The concrete structure is demolished after all domestic waste has been removed. Photo Nos. 2 – 6.

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GovHK: Construction Waste - one-stop portal of the Hong ...

The major approach to managing construction waste in Hong Kong is the use of public filling areas for reusable inert construction waste and landfills for non-inert construction waste. The fill banks temporarily stockpile the inert construction waste for later reuse in reclamation and site formation works.

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Hong Kong exported more construction waste to mainland ...

May 09, 2018  About 93 per cent of construction waste in Hong Kong is inert – sand, bricks and concrete – and is used for reclamation, most of which is stored at

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong ...

The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong: Authors: Poon, CS Chan, D: Issue Date: 2007: Source: Resources, conservation and recycling, 2007, v. 50, no. 3, p. 293-305: Abstract: In 2004, over 20 million tonnes of construction and demolition (Camp;D) wastes were generated in Hong Kong. Since the local landfills will be saturated in ...

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Advance Concrete Drill Cut Co Ltd.

Advance concrete drill cut co Ltd., Unit 10, 1/F., Phase II Newport Centre, 116 Ma Tau Kok Road, Kowloon ... Country. Contact Person. Telephone No. E-Mail. Hong Kong. Hui Siu Wai (852)26271511 [email protected] Hong Kong. Cheung Wing Chi (852)26271511 [email protected] ... the junction between Victoria Park and Georg... Demolition work for the ...

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‘Box’ or Gem? A Scramble to Save Asia’s Modernist ...

Dec 25, 2020  The building — with its white concrete facade, harsh angles and tinted glass — became a fixture of Hong Kong’s downtown. But it was never added to the city’s register of protected landmarks.

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Hong Kong’s lost buildings - Time Out Hong Kong

Kai Tak was Hong Kong’s main airport up until 1998, when it was replaced by Chek Lap Kok, and finally met demolition in 2004. Photograph: Courtesy CC/WikiCommons/Henry Li Edinburgh Place Ferry ...

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Brutalist Architecture: 5 Striking Concrete Buildings

Jul 11, 2018  Brutalist architecture. No-one liked the term. Not the architects, nor the critics, nor the pedants who said it was a perversion of the French term béton brut, or ‘raw concrete’.. The style exploded in the 1960s and spread around the world in a whirl of crazy shapes and supersized spaces.

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Polished concrete Hong Kong Forums Advice for Expats ...

Browse Hong Kong expatriate forums and navigate threads at AsiaXPAT. View advice forums and more, or create a new discussion topic for free online today. ... The above messages were 5 years ago. I search the keyword "polished concrete" that I found this page and i

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(PDF) HONG KONG EXPERIENCE OF USING RECYCLED

As of the end of October 2003, there have been over 10 projects registered to consume over 22,700 m 3 of concrete from Grades 10 to 35 using recycled aggregates. Kong Wetland Park is located at the north-western part of Hong Kong and is close to the border between Hong Kong

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Precast Concrete Construction for Buildings in Hong Kong

By the way, early planning is a good practice to ensure good quality.5.Withgood coordination and planning between of the Hong Kong buildings, there are Precast concrete construction requires long lead time for fabrication of the precast elements and therefore not suitable for the quick pace of construction programme in Hong Kong. the client and ...

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Tsing Yi Power Station - The Industrial History of Hong ...

With the addition of the new gas-fired Black Point Power Station in the 1990s, the older power stations were decommissioned and ultimately demolished and their sites cleared. Tsing Yi Power Station’s five concrete chimneys were felled by controlled demolition all at the same time providing a spectacular sight not normally seen in Hong Kong.

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On-site sorting of construction and demolition waste in ...

In 1998, it generated about 32 710 t per day of construction and demolition (CD) waste. In the management of such a huge quantity of CD waste, Hong Kong has adopted a strategy of depositing the inert portion (e.g. sand, bricks and concrete) of the waste at public filling areas for land reclamation and the non-inert portion (e.g. plastics ...

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