Sustainability Report 2014 - page 23

Waste
In 2012, we started collecting waste statistics across our projects & areas
in order to capture the quantities of excavated waste and the related
construction waste recycled. In 2013, we continued gathering these metrics
and we are currently assessing our performance and structuring strategies
for enhancing waste minimization.
CCC is constantly looking for ways to reduce
its environmental footprint by adopting an
environmentally sustainable approach to waste
management.
Our efforts focus on:
• Minimizing the amount of materials sent to our
waste streams.
• Maximizing the reuse of waste products.
• Managing waste responsibly where no other
alternatives are available.
Project
Name
%of Construction
Materials Recycled
Multipurpose Hall at Lusail Sports Club (Qatar)
50
Nile Corniche Towers (Egypt)
50
Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies (Qatar)
25
Galkynysh Gas Field Development (Turkmenistan)
25
Wasit Gas Development (Saudi Arabia)
40
A number of our projects have achieved notable results on reusing construction materials (mainly concrete, timber,
steel, rebar, etc).
In 2013, we made further important steps towards
environmentally sustainable waste management
mainly by reusing the excess material from the
construction and demolition activities, thus
diverting millions of tons of waste from landfill.
The strategy followed by our project sites in order
to meet our waste management objectives is
demonstrated below:
Construction
DemolitionWaste
Management
&
reduce
the ammount of
waste we produce
reuce
resources or pass
them to others to
do so
recycle
by segregating
materials which
cannot be reused
recover
energy from
materials which
can’t be recycled
dispose
resources only as a
last resort
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