End-of-Waste criteria for waste-derived aggregates

O. Hjelmar, Hans van der Sloot, Rob Comans, Margareta Wahlström

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Abstract

If an aggregate achieves End-of-Waste (EoW) status, it will become a (construction) product and hence regulated by the Construction Products Regulation, which means that in most EU member states there will be no applicable environmental protection regulation. The EoW criteria must therefore ensure sufficient protection of the environment and human health. EoW criteria without restrictions and conditions on the use must necessarily include very stringent leaching limit values. It is proposed to include restrictions and conditions on the use in EoW criteria, an a step-wise methodology for the development of leaching limit values for EoW is outlined.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWASCON 2012 conference proceedings
Subtitle of host publicationTowards effective, durable and sustainable production and use of alternative materials in construction
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2012
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event8th International conference on sustainable management of waste and recycled materials in construction - Gothenburg, Sweden
Duration: 30 May 20121 Jun 2012

Conference

Conference8th International conference on sustainable management of waste and recycled materials in construction
Abbreviated titleWASCON 2012
CountrySweden
CityGothenburg
Period30/05/121/06/12

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Keywords

  • risk-based criteria
  • leaching limit values
  • impact assessment
  • benficial use
  • CPR
  • CPD
  • groundwater
  • sufrace water
  • use conditions

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Hjelmar, O., van der Sloot, H., Comans, R., & Wahlström, M. (2012). End-of-Waste criteria for waste-derived aggregates. In WASCON 2012 conference proceedings: Towards effective, durable and sustainable production and use of alternative materials in construction
Hjelmar, O. ; van der Sloot, Hans ; Comans, Rob ; Wahlström, Margareta. / End-of-Waste criteria for waste-derived aggregates. WASCON 2012 conference proceedings: Towards effective, durable and sustainable production and use of alternative materials in construction. 2012.
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Hjelmar, O, van der Sloot, H, Comans, R & Wahlström, M 2012, End-of-Waste criteria for waste-derived aggregates. in WASCON 2012 conference proceedings: Towards effective, durable and sustainable production and use of alternative materials in construction. 8th International conference on sustainable management of waste and recycled materials in construction, Gothenburg, Sweden, 30/05/12.

End-of-Waste criteria for waste-derived aggregates. / Hjelmar, O.; van der Sloot, Hans; Comans, Rob; Wahlström, Margareta.

WASCON 2012 conference proceedings: Towards effective, durable and sustainable production and use of alternative materials in construction. 2012.

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Hjelmar O, van der Sloot H, Comans R, Wahlström M. End-of-Waste criteria for waste-derived aggregates. In WASCON 2012 conference proceedings: Towards effective, durable and sustainable production and use of alternative materials in construction. 2012