Concrete washout is the process of disposing of the leftover concrete, slurry, or wastewater that results from the production of concrete. It is an essential part of the concrete manufacturing process that ensures that the environment is protected from the harmful effects of concrete waste.
During concrete production, excess concrete and concrete wastewater are often washed out from trucks, mixers, and other equipment, and this leftover material needs to be disposed of properly. If the leftover concrete is not disposed of properly, it can cause pollution, harm aquatic life, and damage the environment.
To prevent this, concrete washout is used, which typically involves the use of a designated area or container where the leftover concrete can be collected, allowed to harden, and then disposed of properly. This can include recycling the hardened material or disposing of it in a landfill or other designated waste site.
Environmental Protection: Proper concrete washout practices help protect the environment by preventing harmful chemicals and pollutants from entering water sources and ecosystems. This is in contrast to other industrial or construction plant waste that may contain hazardous materials and require special handling and disposal.
Cost Savings: Concrete washout can save construction companies money by reducing the need for expensive cleanup and remediation efforts that may be required if the leftover concrete is not disposed of properly. This is in contrast to other types of industrial or construction plant waste that may require costly disposal or treatment processes.
Compliance: Concrete washout is often required by regulations and guidelines to ensure that construction practices are safe, responsible, and compliant with environmental standards. This can help construction companies avoid fines and other penalties for non-compliance. Other types of industrial or construction plant waste may also be subject to similar regulations, but these can vary depending on the type of waste and the jurisdiction.
Sustainability: Proper concrete washout practices can contribute to more sustainable construction practices by reducing waste and promoting the recycling and reuse of concrete materials. This is in contrast to other types of industrial or construction plant waste that may be more difficult to recycle or reuse.
|“0”Discharge Recycling System|
|Items||TLZ150 (Vibrating Type)||TLG160 (Rotating Drum Type)|
|Rotary Screen Power（kw）||2.2*2||7.5|
|Sand Screw Power（kw）||7.5||7.5|
|Stone Separator Size（mm）||4100*2000*3000||4100*2000*3000|
|Sand Separator Size（mm）||7700*2300*4750||7700*2300*4750|
|Stone Separator Weight（t）||4|
|Sand Separator Weight（t）||5||5|
|No. of Mixer Trucks||＞45||＞45|
|No. of Washout Sprinkler||1-3||1-3|
|Electric Control System||PLC Auto Control||PLC Auto Control|
|Volume of Mixing Tank||100m3||100m3|
|Dia. of mixing tank (mm)||φ5200*5000||φ5200*5000|
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