Due to a recent economic boom, Tanta's construction sector has seen fast expansion, which has resulted in high construction and demolition waste (C&DW) creation and waste management operations that lag below international best practices. The current study uses PESTEL analysis, a thorough environmental screening method, to first identify and evaluate significant external and internal elements that may have an impact on C&DW management in a top Central Egyptian construction business. Then, this firm is the topic of a case study that applies the 3R (reduce-reuse- recycle) principles. The offered context-specific current international practices, the described current firm practices, and the applied changes are prioritized improvements with inferred sustainability advantages are recommended. The conclusions and suggestions are particularly relevant to other Tanta construction firms that wish to guarantee more environmentally friendly C&DW management operations in the future.
Bastaweesy, Moaaz Ali; Zaki, Mahmoud Ahmed; and Ahmed Kamer Eldawla, Marwa
"PESTEL and 3R Waste Management Model for Construction Companies Operating in Central Tanta: A Comprehensive Construction and Demolition Waste Management Model,"
Journal of Engineering Research: Vol. 7:
6, Article 19.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/erjeng/vol7/iss6/19