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01 74 19 Construction Waste Management - CMR

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01 74 19 Construction Waste Management - CMR

    SECTION 01 74 19

    CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL - CMR

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    PART 1 - GENERAL

    1.1 RELATED DOCUMENTS

    A. Construction Documents and general provisions of the CMR Agreement Between Owner and Construction

    Manager and the Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) Amendment, including Division 00 General Conditions

    of the Contract for Construction CMR and Supplementary Conditions and other Division 01 Specification

    Sections, apply to this Section.

    1.2 SUMMARY

    A. This Section includes requirements for waste management goals, waste management plan and waste

    management plan implementation.

    B. Related Sections: The following Sections contain requirements that relate to this Section:

    1. Division 01 Section 01 11 00 "Summary of Work".

    2. Division 01 Section 01 29 76 Progress Payment Procedures CMR.

    3. Division 01 Section 01 25 00 "Substitution Procedures CMR".

    4. Division 01 Section 01 31 19 "Project Meetings CMR".

    5. Division 01 Section 01 33 00 "Submittal Procedures CMR".

    6. Division 01 Section 01 45 00 "Quality Control CMR".

    7. Division 01 Section 01 50 00 "Temporary Facilities and Controls CMR".

    8. Division 01 Section 01 60 00 "Product Requirements CMR".

    9. Division 01 Section 01 77 00 "Closeout Procedures CMR".

    10. Division 01 Section 01 81 13 "Sustainable Design Requirements CMR"

    1.3 DEFINITIONS

    A. Construction Waste: Solid wastes such as building materials, packaging and rubble resulting from

    construction, paving and infrastructure.

    B. Demolition Waste: Solid wastes such as concrete, wood, brick, plaster, roofing materials, wallboard,

    metals, carpeting, insulation, and clean fill resulting from demolition or selective demolition of structures. C. Recyclable Materials: Products and materials that can be recovered and remanufactured into a new

    product. Recyclable materials include, but are not limited to, the following:

    1. Metals (ferrous and non-ferrous), including banding, metal studs, ductwork, and piping.

    2. Asphaltic concrete paving.

    3. Portland cement concrete.

    4. Gypsum products.

    5. Paper and cardboard.

    6. Wood products, including structural, finish, crates, and pallets.

    7. Brick and masonry.

    8. Carpet and padding.

    9. Plastics.

    10. Copper wiring.

    D. Recycling Facility: A business that specializes in collecting, handling, processing, distributing, or

    remanufacturing waste materials generated by new construction projects, into products or materials that can

    be used for this project or by others.

    E. Salvage and Reuse: Existing usable product or material that can be saved and reused in some manner on

    the project site. Materials for reuse must be approved by the Architect. Materials that can be salvaged and

    reused must comply with applicable technical specifications and include, but are not limited to, the following:

    1. Dimensional lumber and other wood products.

    2. Structural steel.

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    3. Soil.

    4. Masonry products.

    5. Plants.

    F. Salvage for Resale: Existing usable product that can be saved and removed intact (as is) from the project

    site to another site for resale to others without remanufacturing.

    1.4 WASTE MANAGEMENT GOALS

    A. The Owner has established that this Project shall generate the least amount of waste possible and that

    processes that ensure the generation of as little waste as possible due to error, poor planning, breakage,

    mishandling, contamination, or other factors shall be employed.

    B. The Construction Manager shall use all means available to divert the greatest extent practical and

    economically feasible, construction waste from landfills and incinerators.

    C. Of the inevitable waste that is generated, as many of the waste materials as economically feasible shall be

    reused, salvaged, or recycled. Waste disposal in landfills shall be minimized. D. Recycle and/or salvage a minimum of [50] [75] percent of non-hazardous construction [and demolition]

    waste by weight of the total solid waste generated by the Project.

    E. With regard to these goals the Construction Manager shall develop, for the Architect's review, a Waste

    Management Plan for this Project.

    F. Take a pro-active, responsible role in management of construction waste and require all subcontractors,

    vendors, and suppliers to participate in the effort. Establish a construction waste management program that

    includes the following categories:

    1. Minimizing packaging waste.

    2. Salvage and reuse.

    3. Salvage for resale or donation.

    4. Recycling.

    5. Disposal.

    1.5 SUBMITTALS

    A. Draft Waste Management Plan: Within thirty (30) days after receipt of Notice of Award of Bid, or prior to

    any waste removal, whichever occurs sooner, the Construction Manager shall submit [three (3)] [Insert]

    copies of a Draft Waste Management Plan to the Owner’s Representative.

    B. Final Waste Management Plan: Once the Owner has determined which of the recycling options addressed

    in the Draft Waste Management Plan are acceptable, the Construction Manager shall submit within ten (10)

    days [three (3)] [Insert] copies of a Final Waste Management Plan.

    C. Progress Reports: Submit [three (3)] [Insert] copies of monthly progress reports, at the same time as the

    Application for Payment, documenting the following:

    1. Material category.

    2. Point of waste generation.

    3. Total quantity of waste in tons.

    4. Quantity of waste salvaged, in tons.

    5. Quantity of waste recycled, in tons.

    6. Total quantity of waste recovered (salvaged plus recycled) in tons.

    7. Total quantity of waste recovered (salvaged plus recycled) as a percentage of total waste. D. Calculations: Submit [three (3)] [Insert] copies of calculations indicating the end-of-project rates for

    salvage, recycling, and disposal as a percentage of total waste generated by the Project prior to Substantial

    Completion.

    E. Record Submittals:

    1. Donations: Indicate which salvageable materials were donated, who they were donated to, and

    whether the recipient is tax exempt. Submit documentation indicating receipt of donations.

    2. Sales: Indicate which salvageable materials were sold, who they were sold to, and whether the

    recipient is tax exempt. Submit documentation indicating receipt of materials.

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    3. Recycling: Indicate which materials were recycled and the name of the facility licensed to accept them.

    Submit documentation such as manifests, weight tickets, receipts, and invoices. 4. Waste Disposal: Indicate which materials were accepted as waste by landfills and incinerator facilities

    licensed to accept them. Submit documentation indicating receipt of materials.

    1.6 QUALITY ASSURANCE

    A. Regulatory Requirements: Comply with regulations of State of Connecticut Department of Environment Protection, Waste Management Bureau Recycling Program.

    B. Waste Management Conference: Review and discuss the waste management plan, requirements for

    documenting quantities of each type of waste and its disposition, procedures for materials separation, procedures for periodic collection and transportation to recycling and disposal facilities. Review waste management requirements for each trade. Verify availability of containers and bins needed to avoid delays.

    1.7 WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN

    A. Draft Waste Management Plan: Include the following in the Draft Plan:

    1. Analysis of the proposed jobsite waste to be generated, including types and quantities. 2. Landfill Options: The name of the landfill(s) where trash will be disposed of, the applicable landfill

    tipping fee(s), and the projected cost of disposing of all Project waste in the landfill(s). 3. Alternatives to Landfilling: A list of each material proposed to be salvaged, reused, or recycled

    during the course of the Project, the proposed local market for each material, and the estimated net cost

    savings or additional costs resulting from separating and recycling (versus landfilling) each material.

    "Net" means that the following have been subtracted from the cost of separating and recycling:

    a. Revenue from the sale of recycled or salvaged materials and

    b. Landfill tipping fees saved due to diversion of materials from the landfill. The list of these materials

    is to include, at a minimum, the following materials:

    i. Cardboard.

    ii. Clean dimensional wood.

    iii. Beverage containers.

    iv. Land clearing debris.

    v. Concrete.

    vi. Bricks.

    vii. Concrete Masonry Units (CMU).

    viii. Asphalt.

    ix. Metals from banding, stud trim, ductwork, piping, rebar, roofing, other trim, steel, iron,

    galvanized sheet steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, zinc, lead, brass, and bronze. B. Resources for Development of Waste Management Plan: The following sources may be useful in

    developing the Draft Waste Management Plan:

    1. Recycling Haulers and Markets: Local haulers and markets for recyclable materials. For more

    information, contact the State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Waste

    Management Bureau Recycling Program, (860) 424-3365,

    www.dep.state.ct.us/wst/recycle/ctrecycle.htm.

    C. Final Waste Management Plan: The Final Waste Management Plan shall contain the following:

    1. Analysis of the proposed jobsite waste to be generated, including types and quantities. 2. Landfill Options: The name of the landfill(s) where trash will be disposed of, the applicable landfill

    tipping fee(s), and the projected cost of disposing of all Project waste in the landfill(s). 3. Alternatives to Landfilling: A list of the waste materials from the Project that will be separated for

    reuse, salvage, or recycling.

    4. Meetings: A description of the regular meetings to be held to address waste management. Refer to

    Section 01 31 19 "Project Meetings".

    5. Materials Handling Procedures: A description of the means by which any waste materials identified

    in item (3) above will be protected from contamination, and a description of the means to be employed

    in recycling the above materials consistent with requirements for acceptance by designated facilities.

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    6. Transportation: A description of the means of transportation of the recyclable materials (whether

    materials will be site-separated and self-hauled to designated centers, or whether mixed materials will

    be collected by a waste hauler and removed from the site) and destination of materials.

    1.8 WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN IMPLEMENTATION

    A. Manager: The Construction Manager shall designate an on-site party (or parties) responsible for instructing

    workers and overseeing and documenting results of the Waste Management Plan for the Project. B. Distribution: The Construction Manager shall distribute copies of the Waste Management Plan to the Job

    Site Foreman, each Subcontractor, the Owner, and the Architect.

    C. Instruction: The Construction Manager shall provide on-site instruction of appropriate separation, handling,

    and recycling, salvage, reuse, and return methods to be used by all parties at the appropriate stages of the

    Project.

    D. Separation Facilities: The Construction Manager shall lay out and label a specific area to facilitate

    separation of materials for potential recycling, salvage, reuse, and return. Recycling and waste bin areas

    are to be kept neat and clean and clearly marked in order to avoid contamination of materials. E. Hazardous Wastes: Hazardous wastes shall be separated, stored, and disposed of according to local

    regulations.

    F. Application for Progress Payments: The Construction Manager shall submit with each Application for

    Progress Payment a Summary of Waste Generated by the Project. Failure to submit this information shall

    render the Application for Payment incomplete and shall delay Progress Payment. The Summary shall be

    submitted on a form acceptable to the Owner and shall contain the following information:

    1. The amount (in tons or cubic yards) of material landfilled from the Project, the identity of the landfill, the

    total amount of tipping fees paid at the landfill, and the total disposal cost. Include manifests, weight

    tickets, receipt, and invoices.

    2. For each material recycled, reused, or salvaged from the Project: the amount (in tons or cubic yards),

    the date removed from the jobsite, the receiving party, the transportation cost, the amount of any money

    paid or received for the recycled or salvaged material, and the net total cost or savings of salvage or

    recycling of each material shall be indicated. Attach manifests, weight tickets, receipts, and invoices.

    PART 2 PRODUCTS

    (Not Applicable)

    PART 3 EXECUTION

    3.1 PLAN IMPLEMENTATION

    A. Implement the waste management plan as approved by [Architect] [Owner] [Owner’s Representative].

    B. Provide training of workers, Construction Manager’s staff, subcontractors, and suppliers on proper waste

    management procedures.

    1. Distribute waste management plan to all parties involved in the Project within [three (3)] [Insert] days

    of submittal return.

    2. Distribute plan to parties when they first begin working on the Project site. Review plan procedures and

    locations established for salvage, recycling, and disposal.

    3.2 SEPARATION OF RECYCLABLE WASTE MATERIALS

    A. Provide the necessary containers and bins, to facilitate the waste management program, that are clearly and

    appropriately marked. Prevent contamination of recyclable materials from incompatible products and

    materials. Separate construction waste at the project site by one of the following methods:

    1. Source Separated Method: Waste products and materials, that are recyclable, are separated from

    trash and sorted into appropriately marked separate containers and then transported to the respective

    recycling facility for further processing. Trash is transported to a landfill or incinerator.

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    2. Co-Mingled Method: All construction waste is placed into a single container and then transported to a

    recycling facility where the recyclable materials are sorted and processed and the remaining trash is

    transported to a landfill or incinerator.

    3. Other methods proposed by the Construction Manager and approved by the [Architect] [Owner]

    [Owner’s Representative].

    END OF SECTION 01 74 19 - CMR

    CT DCS - 5000 General Conditions & General Requirements 02.22.12 PROJECT NO.: BI-OO-000 - CMR

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