results and examples of use

Studies on the use of Type 2 recycled aggregates

The lecture will present the studies and preliminary results of the project on applied research funded by the German Federal Foundation for the Environment (Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt): “Studies on masonry waste and deduction of criteria for a chemically and physically compatible and ecological use in recycling concrete.”

Two mixtures of recycled aggregates – Type 1 and Type 2 – are permitted for the production of recycling concrete according to DIN 4226-100. Type 1 specifies a mixture of predominantly old concrete or recycled aggregate (> 90 %). Type 2 includes a maximum proportion of 30 ...

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