An environmental study of the use of steel slag aggregate in gabion cages
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PublisherInternational Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures (RILEM)
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Sustainable building and development is a growing tendency in modern day construction projects. Optimizing the use of raw materials and minimizing the environmental impact are becoming important factors in project design. In line with this trend, the following article assesses the potential recovery of electric arc furnace slag and its use as material fill in gabion cages. Both technical and environmental aspects are considered to verify this application, which is currently not considered in Spain. A series of durability and leaching tests are carried out to verify the suitability of the use of electric arc furnace slag as the material fill in gabion cages. The results conclude that the studied material complies with all the technical and environmental specifications established by regional legislation.
CitationOtegui, M. [et al.]. An environmental study of the use of steel slag aggregate in gabion cages. A: International Conference Progress of Recycling in the Built Environment. "IV International Conference Progress of Recycling in the Built Environment". International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures (RILEM), 2018, p. 146-153.
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