Environmental - General Waste Management Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - Canada - Best Practices
Environmental - General Waste Management Program - ISNetworld RAVS Section - Canada Best Practice
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- Page Reference Answers to RAVS Reviewer’s Questions: 7
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An excerpt from ISNetworld® RAVS®* Safety Plan Environmental - General Waste Management Program
General Waste Management Program
This section outlines administrative and procedural requirements for construction waste management activities on our construction site projects. Replace with Company Name estimates the waste that will be generated prior to work being performed so that the need for containers and waste removal, if necessary, can be determined. Typically on our projects the same wastes or scrap materials are generated for every project. 
Construction, Demolition, and Landclearing (CDL) Waste: Includes all non-hazardous solid wastes resulting from construction, remodeling, alterations, repair, demolition and landclearing. Includes material that is recycled, reused, salvaged or disposed as garbage.
Salvage: Recovery of materials for on-site reuse or donation to a third party.
Reuse: Making use of a material without altering its form. Materials can be reused on-site or reused on other projects off-site. Examples include, but are not limited to the following: Grinding of concrete for use as subbase material. Chipping of landclearing debris for use as mulch.
Recycling: The process of sorting, cleaning, treating, and reconstituting materials for the purpose of using the material in the manufacture of a new product.
Source-Separated CDL Recycling: The process of separating recyclable materials in separate containers as they are generated on the job-site. The separated materials are hauled directly to a recycling facility or transfer station.
Co-mingled CDL Recycling: The process of collecting mixed recyclable materials in one container on-site. The container is taken to a material recovery facility where materials are separated for recycling.
Approved Recycling Facility: Any of the following: A facility that can legally accept CDL waste materials for the purpose of processing the materials into an altered form for the manufacture of a new product.
Material Recovery Facility: A general term used to describe a waste-sorting facility. Mechanical, hand-separation, or a combination of both procedures, are used to recover recyclable materials.
CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT, GENERAL