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5 Tips to 'Go Green' on Your Next Construction Project

5 Tips to 'Go Green' on Your Next Construction Project

To control the excessive use of energy in construction and the large amounts of landfill waste, eco-enthusiasts have introduced some amazing ways to go green on construction projects which will aim at constructing sustainable buildings, aka 'green’ buildings. The fancy word 'green business' is more realistic than you can think of. Communities are now more eco-conscious, and they are changing their lifestyles gradually. A great step toward a greener future is getting green buildings as it not only saves money in the long run but also makes sure healthy and safe living.
As we all know construction business has always been the least green sector but thanks to the modern facilities and technological advances in the construction business, going green is not as hard as it was before.
Here are 5 tips on how you can 'go green' on your next construction project:

Using green materials for construction
At the very starting point of construction comes the need for material, and going green on these is much easier as the modern market offers quality products that are recycled and eco-friendly. The eco-friendly materials include recycled concrete, cement panels, insulated plywood, recycled steel, recycled wood, and more. Sometimes constructing buildings also involves the demolition of the previous structure, and in such cases, the waste concrete can be reused to make pavements and pathways. Adding recycled metals’ steel beams and natural paint could make your green construction project greener.

Add and install green solutions in your project
Zero-energy building is an envious trend to follow, which actually uses the minimum of conventional energy as they largely depend on the solar panels, Low-Emissivity coating, and smart interior. The sun is the main resource of energy for solar panels, which are equipped with PV (photovoltaic) cells that convert sunlight into DC. Likewise, insulated walls, woods, and recycled fiber glasses of windows help minimize the power consumption of air conditioning and room heating systems.

Get your material from local sources
The transportation of building materials seems to be never-ending. As a result, the transportation charge often makes up a great amount of the expenses besides leaving an impactful carbon footprint on the environment. That’s why sourcing the required construction materials from reliable local sources can make your project green and cost-effective at the same time.

Green practices at Jobsite
Build up a green team for your construction project before starting the construction work. Use low-energy lights such as LED for Jobsite works, provide the workers reusable water bottles and compostable plates or utensils, and get the trash reach into the signage dumpsters. Providing car-pool systems for transportation of workers can also help reduce the carbon footprint. All these simple yet impactful changes can make your project eco-friendlier.

Waste tracking and careful disposal of the waste
Construction waste is often used for landfills which can result in the infiltration of the underground water by preservatives and chemical coatings of such waste. A careful demolition can keep many building materials intact and recyclable such as tiles, wood, concrete, insulation, window frame, and more. Reusing or reselling them can help the process of your green business.

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