Use of Debris Program of Civil Construction Waste Management in Containment Residential Erosion Geovanni Braga in Anapolis in the State of Goiás
American Journal of Civil Engineering
Volume 3, Issue 6, November 2015, Pages: 207-216
Received: Jan. 26, 2016; Published: Jan. 27, 2016
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Welvis Furtado da Silva, Department of Environmental Engineering, Metropolitan Institute of Education and Culture, Anápolis, Brazil
Ernane Rosa Martins, Coordination of Information Technology Area, Federal Institute of Education Science and Technology Goiás, Luziânia, Brazil
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Abstract
The gullies can cause great damage to the environment and also the very human environment, as one of the main consequences of this erosion is the major loss of soil mass. This work aims to present the use of debris originating from demolition in construction to contain the degraded area that causes environmental impact at Residential Geovanni Braga by the Municipal Works, Urban Services and Property Annapolis City Hall in the State of Goiás in the year of 2015. The methodology of the proposed study is theoretical, / literature, practical / field work / case study and qualitative and quantitative descriptive. Adopted the use of discarded materials such as: debris of construction material, tires, wood and shackles for sewage or storm water. As a result it was found that the techniques used in the treatment of erosion was rapid, extremely efficient and extremely cost-effective when compared to traditional methods, pleasing the residents' association and improving the aesthetics of the place before degraded.
Keywords
Construction Waste Destination, Erosion Containment, Degraded Areas, Environmental Impact
To cite this article
Welvis Furtado da Silva, Ernane Rosa Martins, Use of Debris Program of Civil Construction Waste Management in Containment Residential Erosion Geovanni Braga in Anapolis in the State of Goiás, American Journal of Civil Engineering. Vol. 3, No. 6, 2015, pp. 207-216. doi: 10.11648/j.ajce.20150306.12
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