attention is given to construction waste in Nigeria and argued that a low means of disposal and the lack of awareness may be responsible. In support of their observation, Kareem, Asa, and Lawal 51 further explained that the high volume of wastes are due to the availability of inexpensive disposal methods,
Feb 01, 2017 Construction waste recycling and reusing is a viable option in construction waste management and from further studies or research, laboratory experiments can be performed on some construction wastes like broken aggregates or demolished
This is the focus of this paper. It appraises the management of construction waste in Nigeria and Akure in particular. A survey of selected construction sites in Akure is used as a case study to demonstrate the magnitude of poor management level of construction waste generation observed and the implications on the built environment.
Traditionally in Nigeria, Construction and Demolition Waste Management has concern itself with time, cost and quality. In view of the increasing concerns about the environment, a fourth dimension should now be added. The environment is a major issue that affects everyday life and the level of ...
Waste-Point also specializes in importation and supply of waste management equipment and trucks to Nigeria. We have supplied waste collection and disposal trucks such as compactors, roll-on-roll-off and skip bin trucks, waste transfer station, ejector bulk haulage trailers, waste bins and containers as well as waste recycling equipment.
Waste-Point Limited, a forward-thinking company operating in Nigeria. Waste-Point Limited, a forward-thinking company operating in Nigeria was registered in 2003 and commenced operations in 2008 to provide long term solutions to the waste management challenges facing Nigeria
Aug 05, 2017 In Nigeria, managing waste disposal has become a major concern despite several attempts by successive governments and private organisations in
Construction waste can and should be managed in the same way as other home building operations. Reduce, reuse, and recycle construction waste may save money, reduce liability, keep job sites cleaner and safer, and conserve valuable landfill space 1.4 Scope Of Study,F This study focus on the waste management at construction site in Kuantan which
Jul 10, 2021 Btw if u aint a QS and an engr u dont hv business constructing I hv 4gotten we are in Nigeria. Cheers. Re Unit Rates For Construction Works by Danladi1986 m 829pm On Mar 08, 2019. The unit rate for reinforced concrete is 29000-32000 per
Issues and Challenges of Solid Waste Management Practices in Port-Harcourt City, Nigeria- a behavioural perspective Dr. M.O. Agwu, MNIM, MNISP Department of Business Administration, Niger Delta University, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State ABSTRACT
Oct 11, 2018 Bottle houses take this dangerous waste out of the environment and make it useful, the environmental blog Eco Nigeria wrote earlier this year as the construction
How to start up a waste management business in Nigeria The waste management business is still relatively new in Nigeria and West Africa hence there isnt a stiff competition yet.This business can be classified as a multi-million Naira business, there are already some Nigerian entrepreneurs raking in millions from the business.
Jul 20, 2020 Nigeria Timely National Policy On Solid Waste Management. Last week the federal government approved a solid waste management policy which will help tackle the issue of
Jul 06, 2017 There should be a departure from the previous approaches and procedures of waste disposal in Nigeria, as well as sensitization and awareness program in order to induce Nigerians and redirect the attitude of disposing waste indiscrinately within Nigerian cities particularly, along open layout, major roads streets.
Mar 26, 2021 The causes of construction waste CW in Nigeria have been a major topic for researchers over the last 15 years. However, no effort had been made to analyse these studies to understand the trends. A structured review of 30 research studies investigating the causes of CW in Nigeria from 2005 to 2019 was therefore undertaken.
Construction Waste Management is an aspect of Sustainable Development, which is fuelled by the growing concern for the effect of mans activities on the environment. The management of Construction processes to reduce, reuse, recycle and effectively dispose of wastes has a serious bearing on the final cost, quality, time and impact of the project on the environment.
Olusosun is the largest dumpsite not only in Lagos but in Nigeria and receives about 2.1 million tonnes of waste annually comprising mostly of municipal solid waste, construction waste, and electronic waste e-waste. The dumpsite covers an area of about 43 hectares and it is 18 meters deep. The dumpsite has been in existence since 1992 and has ...
Keywords Industrial wastes, management, disposal, industrial effluents and solid waste. 1. INTRODUCTION Nigeria has witnessed rapid urban growth, increased economic and technological development in the past few years and these have also brought about increasing industrial development coupled with various forms of environmental pollution 1. ...
STATUS OF SOLID WASTE COMPOSITION AND QUANTITY AMONG VARYING HOUSEHOLDS IN IBADAN METROPOLIS, NIGERIA Modinat M. Adekunlea Abimbola Y. Sangodoyinb Bolanle Wahabc aDepartment of Environmental Management, Pan African University, Life and Earth Sciences Institute including Health and Agriculture, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria.
Oct 31, 2018 Iriruaga, E.T, Solid Waste Management in Nigeria, D-WASTE.COM Nov.15, 2012 United Nations Economic., Problems with Waste Statistics and A Proposal for Action State of NSW Environmental Protection Authority, Waste Classification Guidelines Part 1. This Day Newspaper of 29 th March, 2018. The Punch Newspaper of 7 th December, 2017
Recycling is a key component of modern waste reduction and is the third component of the Reduce, Reuse and Recycle waste hierarchy. Recyclable materials include many kinds of glass, paper, metal, plastic, tires, textiles and electronics. The composting or other reuse of biodegradable wastesuch as food or garden wasteis also ...
Awareness and education regarding appropriate waste management, including collection and disposal, is essential for all construction workforces and should be provided by firms, in conjunction with the industry.The existing waste management policy in Nigeria that is closely related to the construction industry is the National Environmental ...
Construction waste is defined as fairly clean, heterogenous building materials which are produced from the various construction activities, as per Tchobanoglous et al., 1993. Construction, renovation and demolition activities lead to the formation of waste. The construction waste
Waste in the construction industry has been the subject of several research projects around the world in recent years. The high volume of waste generated in construction necessitates this study on construction waste minimization practices carried out at selected sites in Abuja, Nigeria.
This research paper evaluates the causes of construction waste generation on building sites in Rivers State, Nigeria. The methods employed to collect data include review of relevant literature and structured questionnaire. The statistical techniques used to analyse the data collected are Mean score method, ranking method and Man-Whitney U test. The results of analysis showed that the three ...
Jun 06, 2011 2009. Innovative Waste Management Through the Use of Waste Management Plans on Construction Projects in Nigeria. Architectural Engineering and
Sawdust is generally considered a waste product in Nigeria. However, some efforts have been made in the utilization of this waste product in other countries. Arends and Donkershoot-Shouq 1985 have stated the uses of sawdust to include fuel ... Recycling Sawdust Waste for Construction Purposes Solution for Disposal Problems . 6 .
Polytechnic, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria 2348034879140 e-mailolaolaxmyahoo.com . Anthony. Otunola, is with the Department of Building Technology Federal Polytechnic, Offa Nigeria of an owners legal right to a building, or the demolition of a building. An abandoned construction project is an uncompleted project in a time frame of a contract.
Nigerias solid waste management policy. ... and non-biodegradable unwantedused materials in a solid and semi-solid state that includes forms of household waste, refuse, construction and ...
Jul 04, 2021 The WHO estimates that Nigeria generated N64.2 billion worth of electronic waste in 2019 and ranks second in Africa after Egypt. This should be of serious concern in Nigeria, with a
Jan 01, 2015 d Waste picking from dumps Waste pickers scavengers sort through waste before it is covered at the site of final disposal, which is still generally open dumping in Nigeria. Wilson et al, 2009 From the point of view of waste reduction, the traditional practices of repair and reuse, and the sale, barter, or gift-giving of used goods and ...
Apr 06, 2018 Construction, demolition and excavation CDE was responsible for 59 of that number. However, the recovery rate for non-hazardous construction and demolition rate in 2014 was 89.9, placing us ahead of the EU target of 70 by 2020. So, while the construction industry is still amongst the largest contributors for waste, weve come a long way ...
But Mr. Oladipo Egbeyemi, Chairman, Association of Waste Managers of Nigeria, AWAM, says the current problem of refuse in Lagos will persist until the state government reverts to the old system of ...
Oct 01, 2020 Another researcher also explained Nigeria has few and insufficient manufacturers of prefabricated components for walling, intermediate flooring and fascias and advised the potentials of expanded polystyrene or EPS which are also plastic wastes for reducing construction waste on job sites to the minimum . 3.1.2.
Jun 28, 2015 Efficient management of solid waste is one problem which environmentalist, health workers and city planners face in Nigeria. This problem caused by the generation of over 80 million kilograms of solid waste per day requires adequate and modern facilities to guarantee a healthy environment. That is why this study seeks to evaluate the suitability of the study location for the siting