Re-Use of by Products and Materials
This book addresses the use and reuse of the three main materials (metals, timber, and concrete) used in construction. It also examines by-products from many industries and processes that are incorporated into materials used in the construction industry.
KeywordsConstruction Industry Blast Furnace Slag Recycle Material Ground Granulate Blast Furnace Slag Granulate Blast Furnace Slag
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