End-of-life processes

End-of-life processes

End-of-life processes for a building or infrastructure designate all the processes that must be executed after it ceases to fulfill its function, at what is commonly referred to as the ‘end of service life’ stage. These processes may include site remediation as well as decontamination (hazardous materials), dismantling, removal, sorting, disposal, repurposing and recycling components and materials.

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