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2023年10月20日
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“Green” is a trending adjective for a practice construction companies have been following for years. 在回收成为常态之前, construction companies were recycling construction and demolition (C&D)碎片,包括钢铁、沥青和混凝土. 作为一个与土地直接相关的产业, many have understood the importance of protecting it through sustainable practices.

虽然这些都是保护地球的重要做法, are you aware of the increasingly wide variety of ways sustainability efforts can boost your company’s value overall? 绿色实践有助于降低材料成本, increase employee retention and ultimately boost profitability as supply chain partners and customers see you as a company worth working with for reasons beyond the traditional requirements.


Here are three ways thinking more sustainably could help boost your bottom line.

更低的成本

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), sustainability is based on a simple principle: Everything that we need for our survival and wellbeing depends, 直接或间接, 关于我们的自然环境. To pursue sustainability is to create and maintain the conditions under which humans and nature exist in productive harmony to support present and future generations.

Many new construction projects are done on sites where removing old materials like pavement, 基金会, 砖和混凝土是工作的一部分. Recycling and reusing these materials on-site can provide significant savings.

Using recycled materials reduces the need to purchase virgin aggregates and the trucking costs associated with bringing them to the job site. 它还减少了运输的需要&D debris off-site, as well as the potential fees to put it in a landfill. Less fuel use as well as reduced wear and tear on trucks lowers repair and replacement costs for consumable items such as brakes and tires.

In some cases, old materials can’t be reused on-site and must be hauled off. 这些仍然具有重要的价值. That’s why numerous companies have set up recycling yards that accept C&将废物转化为新产品.


Recycling and reusing materials such as old pavement on-site reduces transportation costs, 潜在地增加利润和降低排放, 这对环境有益.

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