Disaster Planning, Structural Assessment, Demolition and Recycling
This book contains general recommendations for site clearing after man-made and natural disasters. It provides guidelines on the demolition of damaged structures and the reuse of demolition and construction materials. It has been prepared by an international task force originating from cooperation between RILEM and UNESCO.
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2 Disaster Rescue and Restoration Countermeasures in Japan
3 DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND CLASSIFICATION
4 Demolition of Damaged Structures
5 REUSE OF BUILDING MATERIALS AND DISPOSAL OF STRUCTURAL WASTE MATERIAL
Appendix I References on demolition and reuse of building materials in disaster relief
Appendix II Summary of Key References
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