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 Title & Authors
Current Effective Recycling and Application Methods in Construction Waterproofing Industries
Park, Jin-Sang; Kim, Sun-Do; Park, Wan-Goo; Kim, Dong-Bum; Lee, Jong-Yong; Oh, Sang-Keun;
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 Abstract
This paper intends to analyze the roles of regulations and certifications within the construction market that affect the effective recycling and application methods of construction waterproofing industries. Certifications, eco-labels, green certification patents, and new excellent technologies obtained in construction waterproofing industries are studied. In accordance to the study results, it was determined that, a total of 38 items obtained eco-labels with effective recycling as the theme, 10 items with green certifications, and 8 items with New Excellent Technologies. Regarding the types of effective recycled resources, most of them were concerned with composite-polymer(EVA, PVC, etc.) materials, waste tire powder, waste rubber, etc., which indicated that there is a clear limitation in the variety of the materials that are eligible for effective recycling in the construction waterproofing industries.
 Keywords
Construction waterproofing;Effective recycling;Application technology;
 Language
Korean
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