Crushing & Grinding Machines

Work commences for Snowy 2

The rock excavated during tunnelling will be carefully managed and reused wherever possible including at the portal and in road construction and upgrades Excavated rock that is not suitable for reuse will be temporarily stored in designated areas at Lobs Hole...

Wells Fargo Announces LEED 174 Platinum Certification for Office

350 000 cubic yards of rock from the site were excavated crushed and reused for the construction of 4 miles of new highway More than 34 percent of the materials used in...

Garthwaite Center for Science amp Art AIA Top Ten

Boulders on site were salvaged for landscaping and excavated rock was ground on site to be used as gravel for drainage The team sought to have all stormwater infiltrate on site a partial green roof helps with this effort as does an underground rainwater discharge system fed by roof gutters and trenches around the building...

Construction Waste Management WBDG

LEED An internationally recognized green building certification system providing third-party verification that a building or community was designed and built using strategies intended to improve performance in metrics such as energy savings water efficiency...

Dandekar and Associates

6 Excavated rock material Blended with out side murrum to save transportation grade down of the boulders time and cost TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Plot Area 26 000 00 SqM Built Up Area - Plant and Office 19 380 00 SqM D G Capacity...

The Pierre Olson Kundig

To set the house deep into the site portions of the rock outcropping were excavated through machine work and handwork The contractor used large drills to set the outline of the building then used dynamite hydraulic chippers a selection of wire saws and other hand tools working with finer and finer implements as construction progressed...

Best Projects Award of Merit Green Project Berea College

requirements of both LEED and the challenge While excavated rock was used by a local church excess bricks porcelain and ceramic tile were recycled into masonry A local farm deployed excess...

Can I recycle stones from excavation LEEDuser

I found this CIR and had intended on referencing it for our reuse of site excavated stones per the USGBC Interpretation Request 10062 below Land clearing debris such as trees branches and soil do not contribute toward diverted waste Excavated/extracted raw materials like clay limestone and rock as well as previously manufactured materials such as concrete asphalt and stone contribute...

BOQ for Building works

1 5m including getting out the excavated soil and disposal of surplus excavated soils as directed within a lead of 50m 6 1 2 9 1 Ordinary rock Cum 798 06 165 00 Rupees One Hundred Sixty Five Only 131679 90 6 2 2 9 2 Hard rock requiring blasting Cum 145...

Excavated Soil LEEDuser

According to guidebook Excavated soil and land-clearing debris do not contribute to this credut does it mean soil is not counted as construction waste or non-recyclable waste but still counted in the denominator as total quantity of waste If the waste generated in the foundation stage is mainly rock and soil and the description in the receipt issued by public fill is quot mixed rock and...

Arsenic selenium boron lead cadmium copper and zinc

nbsp 0183 32 Because of this rocks excavated during underground/tunnel construction projects through altered rock beds have very complex chemical and mineralogical compositions In a tunnel project in Japan for example hydrothermally altered rocks were excavated from the mouth of a road-tunnel that extended to gt 175 m Tabelin et al 2012c...