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      Construction Waste and Demolition Debris

      GBB is recognized as a national leader in construction waste and demolition debris (C&D) recycling management, having been active in the field since 1991. ?Two of the very first assignments were

      1. participating in a C&D recycling plan for the Government of Hong Kong, and
      2. preparing a C&D Waste Primer for SWANA (Solid Waste Association of North America).

      In 1992 and 1993, GBB helped develop, manage, and serve as prime speaker at the first two national C&D conferences in Philadelphia to provide access for tours to several local C&D processing facilities. Bob Brickner, GBB’s Co-Founder, was the leader behind these early activities and was GBB’s national spokesman, for over 20 years, on C&D issues ranging from quantification to facility implementation strategies.?Over the years, GBB has performed over 150 C&D related project activities for clients, ranging from full-scale feasibility studies to project procurement/implementation assistance.?In the course of GBB’s consulting assignments on C&D waste programs, GBB staff has completed the following types of services:

      • C&D waste quantification estimates
      • C&D compositional analysis
      • C&D constituent materials markets reviews
      • C&D marketplace competitive pricing analysis
      • C&D-related “grants writing” for funding support
      • C&D processing equipment evaluations
      • C&D equipment/system vendors negotiations
      • Site visits to more than 100 C&D processing plants
      • C&D-related expert witness testimony – patent infringement case
      • Development of Disaster Debris Management Plan
      • RFP process for hiring Demolition Contractor
      • Economic modeling of C&D facilities (lifecycle costs)
      • Integrated financial modeling of C&D recycling/landfill projects
      • C&D landfill mining review of performance/economics
      • Management of Demolition Project with greater than 98% reuse/recycling
      • Evaluated U. S. Demolition Industry to determine waste handled and recycled
      • Evaluated U. S. C&D processors/recyclers to estimate total C&D materials processed and facilities counts
      • Reviewed state permitting requirements for C&D facilities
      • Assisted with drafting C&D facility permit applications
      • Drafted C&D facility RFPs for public sector
      • Conducted pre-proposal conferences for C&D projects

      Selected Project Descriptions:

      Fast-tracked Procurement and Implementation of C&D Recycling Facility
      Fauquier County, Virginia

      C&D Materials Recycling Facility Procurement
      City of Portland, Maine

      C&D Waste Assessment?
      Wake County, North Carolina

      C&D Landfill Recycling Business Planning?
      Potomac Landfill, Inc. (PLI), Dumfries, Virginia

      Demolition of Nashville Thermal Waste-to-Energy Plant
      Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County (Metro), Tennessee


      Related GBB Article:

      The Importance of Materials Recovery Coordination in Construction & Demolition
      Corinne Rico, GBB Project Manager
      Construction & Demolition Recycling and Waste Today – March/April 2020


      Related GBB Presentations:

      Is C&D Waste short for?Calamity and?Despair? Or, does it provide Challenges and Opportunities?
      Bob Brickner, GBB Executive Vice President
      Environmental Business Council’s Construction and Demolition Materials Regional Summit –?January 2012

      A Chronology of the C&D Waste Industry – 1990-2010
      Bob Brickner, GBB Executive Vice President
      C&D Forum –?October 2010

      Achieving 98.5% Reuse and Recycling of old WTE Plant Case Study: Nashville Thermal
      Bob Brickner, GBB Executive Vice President
      C&D Forum –?October 2010

      Insider’s Insight: Procurement of New State-of-the-Art C&D Recycling Facility
      Bob Brickner, GBB Executive Vice President
      SWANA Thinking Outside the Blue Box –?February 2008

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