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Construction and demolition waste
January 1, 2003 - BRE

Waste costs and someone has to pay. With the increasing cost of raw materials and the rising cost of waste disposal due to ramping up of landfill tax, better management of waste makes sense. Industry and Government are exploring more effective ways of tackling waste with the aim of identifying best...

January 1, 2007 - NAVY

NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for the management of non-hazardous construction and demolition waste materials.

DS/CEN/TS 13778 - Mobile demolition machinery - Safety requirements
November 25, 2004 - DS

This document specifies the safety requirements for mobile demolition machinery that is designed for demolishing by pushing or pulling, or fragmenting by crushing or shearing, buildings and/or other civil engineering structures and their component parts and/or separating the resultant debris.

January 1, 2013 - BRE

Introduction Waste from construction, demolition and excavation represents the largest waste stream in the UK, at an estimated 77.4 million tonnes in 2010[1]. Of this, at least 17 million tonnes is inert waste from demolition[2], such as concrete, bricks and soils. Virtually all of...

ANSI A10.43 - Confined Spaces in Construction and Demolition Operations
January 1, 2016 - ASSP

This standard sets forth the minimum elements and activities of a program that defines the duties and responsibilities of construction and demolition employers to be followed while entering, exiting and working in confined spaces at normal atmospheric pressure.

Disaster Planning, Structural Assessment, Demolition and Recycling
January 6, 1994 - CRC

This book contains general recommendations for site clearing after man-made and natural disasters. It provides guidelines on the demolition of damaged structures and the reuse of demolition and construction materials. It has been prepared by an international task force originating...

MIL-DTL-50523 - Charge, Demolition, M112 Parts for Loading, Assembling and Packing
September 21, 2016 - NPFC

This specification covers the parts for one type of demolition charge designated as charge, demolition, M112 parts for loading, assembling and packing.

NFPA 241 - Standard for Safeguarding Construction, Alteration, and Demolition Operations
January 1, 2019 - NFPA

This standard shall apply to structures in the course of construction, alteration, or demolition, including those in underground locations.

ANSI A10.46 - Hearing Loss Prevention for Construction and Demolition Workers
January 1, 2013 - ASSP

This standard applies to all construction and demolition workers with potential noise exposures (continuous, intermittent and impulse) of 85 dBA and above. Purpose. This standard is intended to help employers prevent occupational hearing loss among construction and demolition workers.

ANSI A10.25 - Construction and Demolition Operations Sanitation in Construction
January 1, 2017 - ASSP

This standard shall apply to all construction and demolition job sites. The standard covers potable water, toilet and general hand washing facilities on a job site. This standard does not apply to the handling of hazardous chemicals. The employer shall provide washing facilities that conform...

ANSI A10.0 - The Construction and Demolition Operations Compendium of Standards
January 1, 2017 - ASSP

The A10 Construction and Demolition Compendium of Standards is a set of standards that covers a series of American National Standards addressing the protection of workers on construction and demolition sites. This guidance document identifies those specific standards and establishes...

MIL-D-71199 - Demolition Attack Munition: M3
February 21, 2014 - NPFC
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EEMUA PUB NO 154 - Demolition of vertical cylindrical steel storage tanks and LPG spheres
January 1, 2017 - EEMUA

General In the last thirty years many vertical steel storage tanks have been demolished worldwide. In some cases the owners of such tanks entered into contracts with demolition contractors without sufficient knowledge of the problems involved. As a consequence a number of serious and...

SNZ AS/NZS 3012 - Electrical installations-Construction and demolition sites
June 22, 2010 - SNZ

This Standard sets out minimum requirements for the design, construction and testing of electrical installations that supply electricity to appliances and equipment on construction and demolition sites, and for the in-service testing of portable, transportable and fixed electrical equipment...

PTI DC80.1 - Controlled Demolition of an Unbonded Post-Tensioned Concrete Slab
January 1, 2002 - PTI

INTRODUCTION Several references are available which describe the demolition of bonded post-tensioned concrete structures (Felstead et al, 1981, Buchner et al, 1985). The National Association of Demolition Contractors (NADC. 1981) has issued a demolition safety manual for...

Management of construction and demolition wastes
February 1, 1996 - BRE

In order to make informed decisions on waste management policies it is necessary to be aware of what wastes are likely to arise, the waste management options available for those wastes, and the legal requirements for those options. Also, there is now greater emphasis on deciding waste management...

NATO AOP-31 FRENCH - Demolition Materiel: Design Principles
May 1, 2002 - NATO
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Control of dust from construction and demolition activities
March 12, 2003 - BRE

Scope of the Guidance This Guidance is intended to assist with the control of nuisance dust and fine particle (PM10) emissions from construction and demolition activities. It covers the following major phases: • site preparation and restoration after completion • demolition •...