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26May94 UK: WORLD MOVES TO RECYCLED AGGIES.

Construction worldwide is moving towards the exploitation of recycled aggregates, according to a study just completed by the Building Research Establishment.Environmental factors are the main reason for choosing to recycle these materials, says the BRE, which has published an information paper on the subject.The paper, by Rod Collins, section head at the BRE's Inorganic Materials Division, discusses the latest developments in the specification and use of recycled material.In many countries ...

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