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During the 1960s a high-growth period for Koreas construction market the support of single-housing and large construction policies to the activation of the private construction and large-scale buildings led to the rise of demand and emphasis on quantitative aspects rather than a qualitative aspect With the construction markets growth associated with the increase of quantitative usage of aggregate concrete industry led to the depletion of natural aggregate resourcesRecently progress active demolition work associated with city center re-development environmental improvement of old and low-function building has rapidly increased the amount of construction waste So far waste generated during the construction is recycled in small amount at construction sites nearby but most is known to be illegally disposed Related institutions have strengthened surveillance with the increased illegal disposal activity in the case of Seoul the capital of South Korea has been in dispute with the surrounding cities and districts regarding the construction disposalsHowever unlike our country that is dependent on the simple landfill to process the construction waste foreign developed countries recognized the importance of recycling at an early stage and have accumulated research and experiences in this field In the case of construction by-products they are originally harmless and the recycling rate is high because technical standards are not very high the recycling value added is high Especially among them disposal concretes added value is high and the demand for it is high making recycling and utilization research essential With shortage of landfill becoming increasingly serious and the strengthening of environmental regulations various new recycling method projection to overcome the simple landfill construction waste is urgently needed for South Korea a country with limited resources In 2012 according to Ministry of Korean Environment and Resources Corporations 2011 Construction Waste Recycle Statistic Report the total construction waste of 2011 was 47294 metric tons and was responsible for 489 of total waste 25 times the amount in the year 2008 which was 18754 metric tons Recently urban redevelopment
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