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Demolition Restore the land – use compost A recent study undertaken by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) has indicated that compost made from recycled garden waste has a valuable role to play in the regeneration and remediation of brownfield and derelict land Issue 38 - Autumn 2006

Restore the land – use compost Maximising demolition resources Those working within the construction supply chain are now realising the potential of using materials sourced from the demolition of buildings for new developments. Phil Wilson outlines the benefits and how the Demolition Protocol guidelines can help maximise resource efficiency. Issue 36 - Spring 2006

Maximising demolition resources Colour coding signals the way forward for construction waste The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), in collaboration with the Construction Confederation and the Scottish Waste Awareness Group (SWAG) has launched a new, easy and simple initiative to tackle construction and demolition waste by introducing colour coding for skips. Issue 35 - Winter 2005

Colour coding signals the way forward for construction waste The Demolition Protocol Those working within the construction supply chain are now realising the potential of using materials sourced from the demolition of buildings for new developments. Phil Wilson outlines the benefits and how the Demolition Protocol guidelines can help maximise resource efficiency. Issue 34 - Autumn 2005

The Demolition Protocol Waste not, want not? New research demonstrates commercial viability of reusing and recycling up to 70 per cent of construction and demolition waste. Issue 33 - Summer 2005