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Construction Tech Review | Tuesday, July 13, 2021

On-demand platforms are among the most sensible solutions to resolve construction and demolition of waste during this crisis. Not only do on-demand collections help to eliminate vast volumes of various forms of garbage, but they also help to reduce human-to-human interaction by more effective storage and delivery.

FREMONT, CA: The construction sector is still active in many parts of the world, ensuring that big building projects and property investments do not further intensify a global shutdown's economic recession. Few countries have also distinguished between necessary and non-essential building activity, enabling only programs such as infrastructure, hospitals, and affordable housing to proceed. However, each state has its own rules as to what is essential.

But how can another vital service, the construction waste management service, keep up with demand when disposing and recycling waste efficiently? Look at the options below for coping with building waste, both at the commercial and residential level, and how projects will reduce the pressure on this critical support service.

Waste management and the construction industry

As of 2017, the construction sector produced approximately 569 million tons of waste, double that of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) generation in the U.S. More than 90 percent of this amount has been correlate

d with removal, with the remaining production of waste coming from the building itself. The value of dealing with this waste safely and economically cannot, however be underestimated, because much of the building work cannot proceed without its timely disposal. Fortunately, nowadays, most waste management services run as normal, while staff practice social distancing strategies and other prevention methods to ensure protection.

Using on-demand services

On-demand platforms are among the most sensible solutions to resolve construction and demolition of waste during this crisis. Not only do on-demand collections help to eliminate vast volumes of various forms of garbage, but they also help to reduce human-to-human interaction by more effective storage and delivery.

On-demand also helps the staff organize waste disposal in a timelier way than with traditional waste management systems. This can be crucial to keeping construction projects in the future, particularly when more employees are pressured to remain at home or other sectors and supply chains are limited, likely to affect construction project schedules and deadlines.

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