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Volume 276, 2019International Conference on Advances in Civil and Environmental Engineering (ICAnCEE 2018)
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|Published online||15 March 2019|
An analysis of building construction waste in Badung, Bali
Department of Civil Engineering, Universitas Udayana, Denpasar, Indonesia
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Various activities in construction will produce waste, as a solid, liquid waste, or gas. Construction waste defines as a large number of an unused material from the construction process, such as overplus, broken, faulty materials, and can not be used, which disrupts the project’s activities, financial losses, and environmental pollution. Handling the construction waste must involve all parties’ commitment, good management, and a good understanding of the problem causing factors. As yet, waste management within the construction industry has been widely investigated by researchers. This research aims to identify and analysis the important causes of building construction waste, and the frequent activities, manage this waste in Badung, Bali, Indonesia. Data were collected through questionnaire survey and interviews with fifty contractors who has been handling building in 2014 to 2018. An analysis used is statistical factor analysis with SPSS 17, and scoring methods. The findings revealed that important causative factor of construction waste such as lack of skill and knowledge of the workforce, poor material handling, inferior material quality, and unappropriate work methods. The most frequent activity performed in existing projects are strict and regular monitoring of workers, material handling procedure and clear storage, an accurate estimate material to avoid overplus, good handling storage and reachable, well organized material delivery time.
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