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    EFFECTIVE SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION WASTE RECYCLING

    The specifications prepared as part of the construction documents provide the architect with the opportunity to define the overall scope and nature of the recycling effort on the site. In preparing the specifications she will attempt, as she does in other technical specification sections, to stake out the overall goals and requirements of the program without telling the contractor exactly how to manage the program.

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