DMRC starts recycling construction waste

    Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC)
    Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) recently commissioned a new facility at Rohini for recycling of construction and demolition waste generated by its construction activities. Announcing the inauguration of the facility, DMRC Managing Director Mangu Singh, said that same unit can also be used by other agencies for recycling their construction-related waste. This will add to other sites they already have in place amidst the construction work going along different lines. “This new facility has been set up to utilize this waste. This is one of the many initiatives taken by the DMRC for environment conservation,” it said the statement. The construction waste is recycled into products like aggregates, manufactured sand, concrete bricks, tiles, paver blocks, kerbstones. Calling it a major initiative towards environmental conservation and scientific recycling of construction waste, DMRC said the use of recycled aggregate reduces consumption of fresh stones and sand, thus conserving natural resources and helping reduce sand mining.
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