Fader NRMCA
 

       NRMCA Home  

 

Fader
NRMCA EVENTS
Home | Recent Files

A Sustainable Approach for Returned Concrete
Name: A Sustainable Approach for Returned Concrete
File: Amekuedi Presentation 5-13-14.pdf
Size(MB): 4.34MB
Extension: PDF
Event: 2014 ICSC - BOSTON
Speaker Name: Amekuedi, Godwin
Managed by: sdickens
Date Uploaded: May 21, 2014; 11:04 am
Download Count: 818
Downloads This Month: 818

Your Geographic Information:

Country: United States
State/Region: Texas
City: Houston
Zip Code: 77072
Area Code: 281
Your IP: 34.204.200.74



Description:
Presentation - Each year, concrete producers generate millions of tons of residual concrete from the wash out of concrete drums. This material, regardless of its final disposition, once removed from the truck is exhausting our resources and contributing to a less sustainable future. Utilizing existing
technologies for chemical admixtures and taking the opportunity to new levels of sustainable material management can significantly impact our concrete industry. Quantifying the results with a third party validated methodology brings credibility to the results reducing opportunities for
“greenwashing”. Developing new best practices to support sustainable development should be the approach we all consider. This presentation will provide insight into 1) the overall impact of returned concrete in North America; 2) managing returned concrete from a sustainable perspective; 3) quantifying the environmental impact of managing returned concrete; 4) the financial and environmental impact of managing returned concrete for a sustainable future; 5) a case study for North America.

 
NRMCA Download Center
Home
Browse
Login

 

 

National Ready Mixed Concrete Association. NRMCA Reserve all rights all the content of this site.
Please contact Web Master at NRMCA at webmaster@nrmca.org with any questions.
All content in this Download Center is the property of National Ready Mixed Concrete Association. Any illegal linking, altering and abusing the associated file(s) without permission is not tolerated. And the person or entity held responsible will be prosecuted to the full extend of the law as it permits.