The OWR&R is constantly looking to recycle more materials generated on campus, so it was a logical step to set up a program to recycle construction and demolition debris generated on campus.
What does C&D stand for?
C&D stands for Construction and Demolition
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of C&D
- Communications and Computing Systems Architecture
- Carriage and Contents Unknown (term for accounting of a delivery)
- Chronology and Catastrophism Workshop (out of print publication of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies)
- Cash and Deposits
- Cease and Desist (legal order)
- Censorship and Documents branch (OSS)
- Charge and Discharge
- Command & Decision
- Command and Display
- Concept & Design
- Construction and Development
- Controls and Displays
- Course and Distance (horse racing)
- Cover & Deception
- Curettage and Desiccation
- Command and Decision AEW/Grid and Information System
- Command and Decision/Auxiliary
- Command and Data Acquisition
- Cough and Deep Breath
- Continuing and Distance Education (alternative education program, Penn State University)
Samples in periodicals archive:
solid waste is construction and demolition (C&D) debris.
The Mendocino County (California) Board of Supervisors is considering a recycling plan that would force construction and demolition companies doing business in the unincorporated parts of the county to recycle at least half of all recyclable materials, according to a report in the Ukiah Daily Journal (Ukiah, Calif.
In addition, it was estimated that the approximately 250 mixed construction and demolition recycling plants in the United States annually recover 28 million tons of materials.
com Will Leistikow, VP Marketing Supplier of all types of construction and demolition equipment.
The awards program is designed to recognize individuals, companies and organizations that have achieved operational excellence in recycling construction and demolition materials.