Non- Profit Organization Recycle Solution
Application form of new materials and recycle techniques
A name of new materials and recycle technique
used rotary crushing mixture method
Characteristic & Merit The twister method to which crushing and the mixture of earth and sand can be done at the same time is applied to the construction waste multi-processing system. Environmental preservation, necessary, topsoil, strength, usage, corresponding to, multifunction, material, convert, recycling, promote.
(1) Creation of efficient nature of soil material which makes construction generation soil material.
(2)Applied evaluation of industrial method to stuff of topsoil creation
(3) variously
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Circumstantial obtain
The twister method which was the basic technique of the system was developed as a reduction device of waste in 1995. Afterwards, the examination of various nature of soil materials has been executed to use the construction generation soil effectively. Recently, the experiment by which the sludge, the stone dust which is industrial waste or the asphalt paving, the construction generation soil, and the additive are crushed, mixed, and banking@material@and backfill material of reclamation it are manufactured is executed by 87 examples. It is applying for five patents. What became opening in this to the public are two.
Actual results of works There are 14 examples of executing the situation to date of adopting this
system. That are water-interrupted soil of the waste disposal place, cement treated soil banking, cement treated fill for tunneling, premixed soil backfilling for quay, slope protection for regulating reservoir and non-liquefying filling using asphalt paving etc.
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