About Us

Henan LIMING Heavy Industry Science and Technology Co. LTD which mainly manufacture large and medium-sized crushing and grinding equipments was founded in 1987. It is a modern joint-stock corporation with research, manufacturing and sales together. The Headquarter is located in HI-TECH Industry Development Zone of Zhengzhou and covers 80000 m ². Another workshop in Shangjie Industry Park covers 67000 m ². Over the more than 30 years, our company adheres to modern scientific management system, precision manufacturing, pioneering and innovation. Now LIMING has become the leader in domestic and oversea machinery manufacturing industry.

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Industrial chain production base

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national patents

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Equipment service country

Company Culture

core values of the company

Create Value

Share Value

Observe Order

Respect Value

Service philosophy

Religious, fine, tight, and harmonious

LIMING spirit

Standardization, value, serialization, and differentiation will always exceed our contract

Brand Concept

Create and promote civilization, refine and interpret brilliantly

Business philosophy

Religious, meticulous, rigorous, and harmonious work

Our Global Footprint

Case Scene

Waste management strategies for concrete SpringerLink

22/06/2001  Recycling and reuse of waste such as building rubble, concrete lumps, etc. generated at construction and demolition sites form part of a wider, complex issue, primarily relating to improving supplies of construction material and solving problems of disposal of waste construction material. Within the framework of the sustainable development of the environment, the use of waste materials

Concrete Waste Management - greenbaydumpsterrental

Concrete Waste Management How much concrete can I put into a dumpster? The typical weight of a 12-yard dumpster filled with concrete is approximately 12 tons. A 12-yard dumpster full of concrete is the maximum we can haul at one time. It cannot be loaded higher than the sides of the dumpster. 1 cubic yard mixture of sand, gravel, or stone can weigh more than 3,000 pounds. 1 cubic yard of ...

What to do with "concrete waste" at any type of concrete ...

The 5 Best Ways to Handle Waste Concrete It's usually not waste, so stop calling it that! Change the mindset of your operation! If it's really waste, bite the... Stop making so much excess concrete. This is the heart of the problem. I know much of the fault falls on customers... Reuse your excess ...

WM-8 Concrete Waste Managment Rev0

Concrete Waste Management WM-8 November 2009 California Stormwater BMP Handbook 2 of 7 Construction casqa Concrete trucks and other concrete-coated equipment are washed onsite. Mortar-mixing stations exist. Stucco mixing and spraying . See also NS-8, Vehicle and Equipment Cleaning. Limitations Offsite washout of concrete wastes may not always be possible.

Concrete Waste Management WM-8 - California

01/03/2003  Concrete waste management procedures and practices are implemented on construction projects where concrete is used as a construction material or where concrete dust and debris result from demolition activities.

Concrete waste removal and management services

Maximise concrete waste recovery Cleanaway offers EPA-approved concrete disposal and recycling services. We accept a variety of demolition debris including broken bricks, concrete, tiles and rubble. In addition to our resource recovery services, we also provide crushed concrete aggregate, product sales and delivery including:

Site Waste Management Plans - Recycling Concrete Washout

30/10/2017  The process is as follows: Concrete skips, trucks and pumps are washed out into a tray that captures and contains the water. Filtration bags in the tray filter out the large particles. The filtration bags can be lifted from the tray and disposed... Smaller sediment particles settle and the water ...

5 Ways Concrete Waste Disposal Helps The Planet

05/05/2015  Concrete waste disposal can be a green practice. Part of the beauty of outsourcing the pick up and disposing of your construction concrete waste is the convenience. But, just as important, is the very real impact that having your concrete debris recycled and reused. California is one of the leading states in the processing and reuse of concrete and other waste building materials, and Sonoma

Construction Demolition Waste Waste Management

The easiest way to dispose of concrete is by renting a temporary roll-off dumpster. A 40-yard roll-off is recommended for most jobs that produce concrete debris. Renting a temporary roll-off from WM is easy. Just check availability in your area, choose your dates of

Concrete Waste Management -

Concrete Waste Management How much concrete can I put into a dumpster? The typical weight of a 12-yard dumpster filled with concrete is approximately 12 tons. A 12-yard dumpster full of concrete is the maximum we can haul at one time. It cannot be loaded higher than the sides of the dumpster. 1 cubic yard mixture of sand, gravel, or stone can weigh more than 3,000 pounds. 1 cubic yard of ...

WM-8 Concrete Waste Managment Rev0

Concrete Waste Management WM-8 November 2009 California Stormwater BMP Handbook 2 of 7 Construction casqa Concrete trucks and other concrete-coated equipment are washed onsite. Mortar-mixing stations exist. Stucco mixing and spraying . See also NS-8, Vehicle and Equipment Cleaning. Limitations Offsite washout of concrete wastes may not always be possible.

Concrete Waste Management WM-8 - California

Concrete Waste Management WM-8 Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Section 8 Construction Site Best Management Practices Manual Concrete Waste Management WM-8 March 1, 2003 7 of 7. 10 mil PLASTIC LINING LATH AND FLAGGING ON 3 SIDES VARIES SANDBAG 10 mil PLASTIC LINING SANDBAG BERM NOT TO SCALE 3m MINIMUM NOT TO SCALE WOOD FRAME SECURELY

Recycling concrete NetRegs Environmental guidance

Reprocessing concrete into usable material is a form of waste treatment and you may need a waste management licence ,a pollution, prevention and control (PPC) permit or an exemption. If you crush, grind or reduce the size of concrete materials a paragraph 24 exemption may be relevant to you. NIEA: Paragraph 24 exemption - crushing, grinding or other size reduction of waste bricks, tiles or ...

Construction Waste Management WBDG - Whole

17/10/2016  Concrete—5%: Concrete is crushed, and embedded metals removed for recycling. Rock and cement pieces are crushed, screened and separated to produce useful aggregates of various dimensions. It is advisable to characterize painted concrete and concrete which has been contaminated with wastes before recycling. Industrial Waste Stabilizer (IWS)—25%: IWS is a form of diversion or

Radioactive Waste Management - IRSN

placed in concrete cells or “disposal structures”. When they are full, the cells are covered with a concrete : slab and polyurethane membrane. 10: Management of : long-lived waste : Three areas of research were : selected by the Act of 30 December 1991 on the mana - gement of high-level and long-lived radioactive waste: partitioning-transmutation (area 1), deep geological dispo - sal (area ...

Is concrete hazardous waste? Is concrete a hazardous

I get the question on is concrete hazardous waste a lot, and while the answer seems pretty clear to me, for some reason, it keeps coming up.Let's take the question of is concrete a hazardous waste, or the hazardous nature of concrete, one step at a time. First, let's consider what is waste.

CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE MANAGEMENT IN

alternative concrete waste management practice have been found. It found that concrete caused most construction problem in Malaysia. Other than that, it found that Malaysian construction practitioner has high awareness level on CD waste management, and they are having high expectation and willingness on improve the current CD waste management situation in Malaysia. Keywords: concrete waste ...

Waste Management in Japan ~Rules and Figures~

Waste alkali . Waste glass, concrete and ceramic . Waste plastics . Waste casting sand and slag . Dust . Bricks . Waste generated by the treatment of the above 19 industrial wastes . 2.2 Waste Management and Public Cleansing Law (continued) 11 . Households . Urban activity (commerce, transportation, etc. ) Municipal refuse . Household waste . Waste from business establishments . The ...

Acceptable Materials - Waste Management

Clean Asphalt/Concrete Any combination of rock, concrete, gravel, brick, asphalt, or asphalt grindings which is less than 24 inches in any 2 dimensions. Loads containing debris exceeding this size limitation will be charged as trash. Loads with debris greater than 6 feet in any dimension may be assessed an additional handling fee (hard-to-handle fee). Concrete debris should have minimal re-bar ...

WM-8 Concrete Waste Managment Rev0

Concrete Waste Management WM-8 November 2009 California Stormwater BMP Handbook 2 of 7 Construction casqa Concrete trucks and other concrete-coated equipment are washed onsite. Mortar-mixing stations exist. Stucco mixing and spraying . See also NS-8, Vehicle and Equipment Cleaning. Limitations Offsite washout of concrete wastes may not always be possible.

Concrete Waste Management WM-8 - California

Concrete Waste Management WM-8 Caltrans Storm Water Quality Handbooks Section 8 Construction Site Best Management Practices Manual Concrete Waste Management WM-8 March 1, 2003 7 of 7. 10 mil PLASTIC LINING LATH AND FLAGGING ON 3 SIDES VARIES SANDBAG 10 mil PLASTIC LINING SANDBAG BERM NOT TO SCALE 3m MINIMUM NOT TO SCALE WOOD FRAME SECURELY

Recycling concrete NetRegs Environmental guidance

Reprocessing concrete into usable material is a form of waste treatment and you may need a waste management licence ,a pollution, prevention and control (PPC) permit or an exemption. If you crush, grind or reduce the size of concrete materials a paragraph 24 exemption may be relevant to you. NIEA: Paragraph 24 exemption - crushing, grinding or other size reduction of waste bricks, tiles or ...

Radioactive Waste Management - IRSN

placed in concrete cells or “disposal structures”. When they are full, the cells are covered with a concrete : slab and polyurethane membrane. 10: Management of : long-lived waste : Three areas of research were : selected by the Act of 30 December 1991 on the mana - gement of high-level and long-lived radioactive waste: partitioning-transmutation (area 1), deep geological dispo - sal (area ...

Use of selected waste materials in concrete mixes ...

01/01/2007  A waste management plan directs the construction activities towards an environmentally friendly process by reducing the amount of waste materials and their discard in landfills. The environmental and economic advantages that occur when waste materials are diverted from landfills include: a. conservation of raw materials; b. reduction in the cost of waste disposal; and. c. efficient

WM-11 LIQUID WASTE MANAGEMENT - Idaho

(Concrete Waste Management). • Liquids generated as part of an operational procedure, such as water-laden dredged material and drilling mud shall be contained and not allowed to flow into drainage channels or receiving waters prior to treatment. • All liquids generated during construction shall be contained in a controlled area, such as a holding pit, sediment basin, roll-off bin, or ...

Environmental Management Plan East Perth Concrete Batching ...

management of dust and concrete waste, noise, traffic and implementation of a Complaints Handling System. The 2012 Minister’s decision reiterates the requirement for an Environmental Management Plan (EMP) to address noise, dust, concrete waste, traffic management, a complaints handling system as well as building licence requirements. The approved extended hours of operation are 24 hours ...

Recycling of PET bottles as fine aggregate in concrete ...

01/06/2010  The concrete with 10% of plastic waste displayed the lowest compressive strength at 28 days curing age, about 30% lower than that of the reference concrete mixture. The formation of the interfacial zone in conventional concretes is due, to a large extent, to the formation of water-filled spaces around the aggregates in the fresh mix, with an effective larger water/cement ratio in the vicinity ...

Waste Management in Japan ~Rules and Figures~

Waste alkali . Waste glass, concrete and ceramic . Waste plastics . Waste casting sand and slag . Dust . Bricks . Waste generated by the treatment of the above 19 industrial wastes . 2.2 Waste Management and Public Cleansing Law (continued) 11 . Households . Urban activity (commerce, transportation, etc. ) Municipal refuse . Household waste . Waste from business establishments . The ...

Acceptable Materials - Waste Management

Clean Asphalt/Concrete Any combination of rock, concrete, gravel, brick, asphalt, or asphalt grindings which is less than 24 inches in any 2 dimensions. Loads containing debris exceeding this size limitation will be charged as trash. Loads with debris greater than 6 feet in any dimension may be assessed an additional handling fee (hard-to-handle fee). Concrete debris should have minimal re-bar ...