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Last edited 22 Jun 2021
How to conduct a pre-demolition audit
The purpose of a pre-demolition audit is to identify materials and components (hazardous and non-hazardous, reusable and non-reusable) that will result from demolition activities. The inventory should include estimated quantities of materials, qualitative information and management/recovery options.
- Desktop study
- Field survey (on-site visit with optional laboratory testing)
- Preparation of Inventory (assessment of collected data)
- Management/recovery recommendations
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