Environmental effects of utilization of sustainable building materials

Authors

  • Celalettin Basyigit
  • Mehmet Hanifi Alkayis
  • Mutlu Irem Kartli

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37868/hsd.v3i1.57

Abstract

Migration is generally defined as a period of time or permanent settlement of people by moving from a place of origin to another place. Throughout history, humanity has migrated due to natural disasters, religion, poverty, wars and this migration has caused urbanization with population growth. With the increase in population, irregular and excessive migration, decrease in resources, unplanned urbanization, infrastructure problems, wastewater lines, drinking water lines, rainwater collection lines, power lines, and natural gas pipelines cannot be delivered to desired places, traffic, and excessive waste generation increased. Therefore environmental pollution and health problems arise in cities. Today, due to the adverse environmental impact of all these, people have become more sensitive and have tended to find solutions to the problem with areas such as sustainable structures, recycling, and reuse of waste. In this study, the studies and gains made with the recycling aggregate used are evaluated in order to produce solutions for environmental pollution caused by the construction sector.

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Published

2021-05-27

How to Cite

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C. Basyigit, M. H. Alkayis, and M. I. Kartli, “Environmental effects of utilization of sustainable building materials”, Heritage and Sustainable Development, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 64–70, May 2021.

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