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.

120

million

cubic meters

Industrial chain production base

70

national patents

689sets

national patents

170

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

Construction waste and materials efficiency NBS

06/04/2018  Construction waste costs money, and the only feasible way to address it is to produce less of it. While each stage of a building’s lifecycle presents new opportunities in regards to reducing waste, as the BS 8895 code of practice documents rightly assert, to see the greatest impact, a solid, well thought out materials efficiency

Construction Waste and Materials Efficiency - Allplan Asia

Construction Waste and Materials Efficiency The construction industry is one of the largest producers of waste in many countries. While our recycling and reuse practices have improved enormously, with proper planning even more waste can be reduced and reclaimed. As well as being more sustainable, efficient waste

Wst 01 Construction waste management - BREEAM

Construction resource efficiency Up to three credits Non-hazardous construction waste (excluding demolition and excavation waste) generated by the building’s design and construction meets or exceeds the following resource efficiency benchmarks: Note - Volume (m3) is

How to Increase Operational Efficiency in Construction ...

11/05/2016  Operational efficiency is accomplished by making sure that its production resources minimizes waste, including excess materials, defects and overproduction. Reducing idle times for its employees can also help to increase efficiency. This article outlines the strategies that can be used in jobsites, as well as within construction businesses that boost productivity and create a better operational system. The ultimate goal of operational efficiency

Construction Waste - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

01/02/2012  Construction and demolition waste (CDW) is defined as the waste generated by all activities carried out during the construction, maintenance, demolition, and deconstruction of any type of building and civil work, or during natural disasters (Fig. 4.1) (US EPA, 2016). In environmental management terms, the term “site” is a temporary arrangement, that is, a company carrying out construction works generates CDW

Construction Waste Minimization in the UK: Current ...

01/01/2012  In encouraging the construction industry to drive its own resource efficiency program, the Strategy calls for zero construction waste to landfill by 2020. It also set a target to halve the amount of construction, demolition and excavation wastes going to landfill by 2012 in comparison with 2008 levels, as a result of waste reduction, re-use and recycling. This is a significant challenge for the industry. Additionally, existing waste

Construction and demolition waste: challenges and ...

06/04/2021  Construction and demolition waste (CDW) comprises the largest waste stream in the EU, with relatively stable amounts produced over time and high recovery rates. Although this may suggest that the construction sector is highly circular, scrutiny of waste management practices reveals that CDW recovery is largely based on backfilling operations and low-grade recovery, such as using

Construction Waste and Materials Efficiency - Allplan Asia

Construction Waste and Materials Efficiency The construction industry is one of the largest producers of waste in many countries. While our recycling and reuse practices have improved enormously, with proper planning even more waste can be reduced and reclaimed. As well as being more sustainable, efficient waste

How to Increase Operational Efficiency in Construction ...

11/05/2016  Operational efficiency is accomplished by making sure that its production resources minimizes waste, including excess materials, defects and overproduction. Reducing idle times for its employees can also help to increase efficiency. This article outlines the strategies that can be used in jobsites, as well as within construction

Principles of designing out construction waste ...

Designing out waste (DoW) requires you to build the principles of using resources efficiently into the design stage of construction projects. The aim is to plan, as far as possible, to use available materials as efficiently as possible in order to minimise the amount used for construction. This helps to reduce the quantity of waste created during the construction process.

Designing Out Construction Waste

construction waste was produced in Scotland in 2014, making the sector the country’s single largest waste producer. Zero Waste Scotland works with organisations in the construction sector to help them design out waste, develop resource efficient products, minimise waste in refurbishment and maximise re-use. This guide highlights the opportunities to adopt more circular approaches and to ...

Lean Construction: Principles Shaping the Future of ...

22/01/2021  Lean construction focuses on reducing waste in the timeline of a construction project by finding novel ways to maximize productivity and efficiency. Resource scarcity continues to shape construction trends and influence how the industry might change in the coming decade.. As environmental regulations change and building materials evolve, going lean could mean setting

Construction and demolition waste: challenges and ...

06/04/2021  Construction and demolition waste (CDW) comprises the largest waste stream in the EU, with relatively stable amounts produced over time and high recovery rates. Although this may suggest that the construction sector is highly circular, scrutiny of waste management practices reveals that CDW recovery is largely based on backfilling operations and low-grade recovery, such as using

Home Construction Waste Portal

By connecting waste producers to waste managers, we make it easier for the construction sector to maximise resource efficiency to the highest possible environmental standards. Impact. The more waste stream information we collect, analyse and share, the greater impact we will have in reducing the sector’s resource and carbon footprint. Using our knowledge and systems we help others in the ...

A STUDY OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL WASTE MANAGEMENT ...

Keywords: Construction Waste Management, Government Legislation, Nigeria, Policy, Sustainable Development. 1. INTRODUCTION The building or construction industry involves different processes and utilizes huge quantities of resources. These processes have severe impacts on the environment which according to Horsley (2003), occur over a variety of timescales from the extraction and

Environmental Protection Department - Construction

Top. Transaction Records of Construction Waste Disposal at Government Waste Disposal Facilities. With due consideration to increase the transparency of CD waste transaction records, overall operational efficiency of the Construction Waste Disposal Charging Scheme, transportation and disposal of construction waste, the waste transaction records for 14-day period are provided for

8 Easy Ways to Improve Construction Efficiency on Your

10/08/2017  Many construction efficiency errors are made in the planning stage. If you didn’t do your homework on exactly how many cubic yards of concrete you need for a project, and then halfway through you realize you need twice as much by tomorrow if you’re going to stay on schedule, guess who’s going to have a big headache? That’s right: It’s you. You absolutely must devote time before the ...

Efficiency of construction waste recycling

Efficiency of construction waste recycling Yulia Galitskova1,*, and Andrey Mikhasek1 1Samara State Technical University, Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering, 194, Molodogvardeyskaya St., 443001, Samara, Russia. Abstract. Recycling is widely used in practice in various fields of activity. However, the effect of such use does not always cover the costs of the processing. The article ...

Design Construction efficiency reduces waste and

If our Industry is to reduce waste, we need to incorporate construction efficiency via 3D Virtual Design and Construction, BIM Estimation, in a Design and Construction Delivery Model: Designer preliminary design 3D. (Paid) Designer uploads model to cloud sets permissions for access. (Paid)

Principles of designing out construction waste ...

Designing out waste (DoW) requires you to build the principles of using resources efficiently into the design stage of construction projects. The aim is to plan, as far as possible, to use available materials as efficiently as possible in order to minimise the amount used for construction. This helps to reduce the quantity of waste created during the construction process.

Designing Out Construction Waste

construction waste was produced in Scotland in 2014, making the sector the country’s single largest waste producer. Zero Waste Scotland works with organisations in the construction sector to help them design out waste, develop resource efficient products, minimise waste in refurbishment and maximise re-use. This guide highlights the opportunities to adopt more circular approaches and to ...

Construction and demolition waste: challenges and ...

06/04/2021  Construction and demolition waste (CDW) comprises the largest waste stream in the EU, with relatively stable amounts produced over time and high recovery rates. Although this may suggest that the construction sector is highly circular, scrutiny of waste management practices reveals that CDW recovery is largely based on backfilling operations and low-grade recovery, such as using

Lean Construction: Principles Shaping the Future of ...

22/01/2021  Lean construction focuses on reducing waste in the timeline of a construction project by finding novel ways to maximize productivity and efficiency. Resource scarcity continues to shape construction trends and influence how the industry might change in the coming decade.. As environmental regulations change and building materials evolve, going lean could mean setting

Construction and demolition waste - Europa

18/09/2018  Construction and demolition waste (CDW) accounts for more than a third of all waste generated in the EU. It contains a wide variety of materials such as concrete, bricks, wood, glass, metals and plastic. It includes all the waste produced by the construction and demolition of buildings and infrastructure, as well as road planning and maintenance.

How is the construction sector combatting its waste?

22/10/2019  Construction — Continuous monitoring, as well as feedback, is vital at this stage. Post-construction — Review process and any feedback from on-site staff. Creating a detailed SWMP is undeniably best practice, and it can help to reduce on-site waste by up to 15%, which translates to 43% less waste heading to landfill.

Home Construction Waste Portal

By connecting waste producers to waste managers, we make it easier for the construction sector to maximise resource efficiency to the highest possible environmental standards. Impact. The more waste stream information we collect, analyse and share, the greater impact we will have in reducing the sector’s resource and carbon footprint. Using our knowledge and systems we help others in the ...

1- STUDY ON CONSTRUCTION DEMOLITION WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ...

Construction waste can and should be managed in the same way as other home building operations. Reduce, reuse, and recycle construction waste may save money, reduce liability, keep job sites cleaner and safer, and conserve valuable landfill space 1.4 Scope Of Study,F This study focus on the waste management at construction site in Kuantan which are through interview and questionaire to the ...

Efficiency of construction waste recycling

Efficiency of construction waste recycling Yulia Galitskova1,*, and Andrey Mikhasek1 1Samara State Technical University, Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering, 194, Molodogvardeyskaya St., 443001, Samara, Russia. Abstract. Recycling is widely used in practice in various fields of activity. However, the effect of such use does not always cover the costs of the processing. The article ...

Design Construction efficiency reduces waste and

If our Industry is to reduce waste, we need to incorporate construction efficiency via 3D Virtual Design and Construction, BIM Estimation, in a Design and Construction Delivery Model: Designer preliminary design 3D. (Paid) Designer uploads model to cloud sets permissions for access. (Paid)

Dynamic Eco‐Efficiency Projections for Construction

19/03/2008  Relative change in eco‐efficiency for the different end‐of‐life treatments for selected fractions of construction and demolition (CD) waste in Trondheim, Norway. Be aware of the large variations of scale between the different waste fractions in the figure. The bars indicate the sensitivity to transportation work in the analysis (±50%), both on the environmental impact and the economic ...

Manage construction waste to save money, energy and

Waste management tools and training – with our Smartwaste product we have developed a range of web-based construction waste management tools to help you identify, minimise, manage and recycle waste and implement construction resource efficiency.

Home Construction Waste Portal

By connecting waste producers to waste managers, we make it easier for the construction sector to maximise resource efficiency to the highest possible environmental standards. Impact. The more waste stream information we collect, analyse and share, the greater impact we will have in reducing the sector’s resource and carbon footprint. Using our knowledge and systems we help others in the ...

Construction and demolition waste - Europa

18/09/2018  Construction and demolition waste (CDW) accounts for more than a third of all waste generated in the EU. It contains a wide variety of materials such as concrete, bricks, wood, glass, metals and plastic. It includes all the waste produced by the construction and demolition of buildings and infrastructure, as well as road planning and maintenance.

New guidance to reduce cost of construction projects -

29/01/2014  Cut waste and improve efficiency. A variety of government construction projects have been trialling these innovative new approaches as part of the ‘trial projects’ programme. These projects ...

Report: Global construction waste will almost double by ...

13/03/2018  Dive Brief: The volume of construction waste generated worldwide every year, according to a report from Transparency Market Research, will nearly double to 2.2. billion tons by the year 2025 ...

1- STUDY ON CONSTRUCTION DEMOLITION WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ...

Construction waste can and should be managed in the same way as other home building operations. Reduce, reuse, and recycle construction waste may save money, reduce liability, keep job sites cleaner and safer, and conserve valuable landfill space 1.4 Scope Of Study,F This study focus on the waste management at construction site in Kuantan which are through interview and questionaire to the ...

4 reasons why modular is more sustainable than traditional ...

Offsite construction can reduce up to 90% of waste generated when compared with traditional construction methods. Some modular buildings are now manufactured using recyclable material from other projects. Being adaptable and flexible to changing needs, modular buildings are easy to move without disturbing surrounding landscapes. Think of a school campus which needs to evolve as