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A Debris Management Handbook for State and Local DOTs and Departments of Public Works (2014)

Chapter: Appendix J - State of Arizona Division of Emergency Management Recovery Section SOP PA, Section 9, Debris Management Reuse and Recycling Markets for Disaster Debris

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix J - State of Arizona Division of Emergency Management Recovery Section SOP PA, Section 9, Debris Management Reuse and Recycling Markets for Disaster Debris ." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2014. A Debris Management Handbook for State and Local DOTs and Departments of Public Works. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22239.
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J-1 A P P E N D I X J State of Arizona Division of Emergency Management Recovery Section SOP PA, Section 9, Debris Management Reuse and Recycling Markets for Disaster Debris DEBRIS MATERAL USE MARKETS Putrescible & Vegetave Debris Food Wastes: Compost Trees, Branches, Leaves:Mulch, Landfill Cover, Fuel Farms, Compos ng Facili es, Landscape Companies, Landfills Inert Debris Gravel, Backfill, Soil Amendment, Landfill Cover Cement Manufactures, Soil Amendment/Hor cultural Industry, Landscape Companies, Landfills and Construc on Companies Construcon & Demolion Asphalt: Recycled Asphalt Concrete: Aggregate Base, Sidewalk Backfill, Gravel Road Cap, Decora ve Gravel Construcon Lumber: Reuse, Fuel, Bulking Agents Construcon Plascs: Reuse or Recycle Drywall: Gunite Mix, Soil Amendments, New Drywall, Reuse Carpet: Secondary Fibers for Recycled Content Products Metals: Scrap Metal Public Works Construc on Contractors, Construc on Companies, Asphalt Recyclers, Public Works Departments Construc on Companies, Building Restora on & Repair Contractors, Cogenera on Plants, Waste to Energy Plants Plas cs Recyclers, Construc on Companies, Salvage Dealers Drywall Manufactures Carpet Recyclers and Rag Industry Construc on Companies, Metals Recyclers, Salvage Dealers, Smelters and Steel Mills Personal Property Repaired and Reused Resale shops, Non profit Organiza ons Damaged White Goods Repaired and Reused, Metals Salvaged Resale shops, Repair Shops, Second Hand Appliance Shops, Scrap Metal Dealers Damaged Vehicles Repaired and Reused, Salvage Resale, Metal Salvage Yards Hazardous Wastes Latex Paint: Recycle Used Motor Oil: Recycle Paint Manufactures Motor Oil Manufactures Bi metal Containers Plasc & Glass Boles Sand Bags Recycled Standard Recycling Markets Cement Manufactures Source: State of Arizona Division of Emergency Management Recovery Section SOP PA, Section 9, Debris Management (May 2008).

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TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 781: A Debris Management Handbook for State and Local DOTs and Departments of Public Works provides debris management practices for local, tribal, and state departments of transportation and for public works agencies. A PowerPoint presentation and a final report describing the methodology of the project are available online.

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