Tons of fun

Miller Environmental, the subcontractor responsible for the demolition of Aztec Center, is providing monthly reports for the recycling and disposal of materials.  Here are the totals so far with breakdowns for June and July:

Recycled Truck Loads      Disposed Truck Loads         Rec. Tonnage         Dis. Tonnage

June                   13                                          8                                 150.74                      47.89

July                    28                                         28                                384.47                     115.65

Total                41                                         36                               535.21                   163.54

Overall, 1,070,420 pounds of Aztec Center materials have been recycled while 327,080 pounds had to be disposed.  Thus, 76.6 percent of the building has been recycled thus far, and this total doesn’t even include the concrete brought to a staging area in Parking Lot W waiting to be crushed and re-used for Aztec Student Union.

The August report will come out in mid to late September.  Six trucks have been hauling off demolished materials the last couple of days, and they will continue doing so for the next couple of weeks.

We’ll also check in on the concrete crusher in Lot W as soon as it gets going.

Red and Black Building Green!


About Lorena

I'm a San Diego native and a proud two-time alumna of the San Diego State University School of Journalism and Media Studies. I currently work as the marketing and communications manager for the Associated Students of SDSU.
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