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mixtures. However, it is in the placement phase kong/article/1120878/hong-kong-considers-mandatory-glass- that the effect of the glass powder may have par- recycling-legislation. ticularly interesting effects, and parameters such 10. GFE, “Europe’s Flat Glass Industry Contribution To A Competitive Low-Carbon Economy: Delivering as rebound, reinforcing bar encapsulation, and Performance, Sustainability, Capacity For Europe’s Low- build-up thickness will be evaluated. Early results Carbon Future,” Glass For Europe, Brussels, Belgium, 2012, obtained on dry-mix shotcrete offered some very 32 pp. interesting behavior during the placement phase. 11. Shao, Y.; Lefort, T.; Moras, S.; and Rodriguez, D., It appears that there is a positive effect on rebound “Studies on Concrete Containing Ground Waste Glass,” Cement and Concrete Research, V. 30, No. 1, 2000, pp. 91-100. reduction and, more importantly, an improved 12. Idir, R.; Cyr, M.; and Tagnit-Hamou, A., “Use of Fine potential for the mixture to encapsulate large Glass as ASR Inhibitor in Glass Aggregate Mortars”,Construction reinforcing bars or obstacles. Researchers and and Building Materials, V. 24, No. 7, 2010, pp. 1309-1312. industrial partners alike are eager to see more 13. Schwarz, N.; Cam, H.; and Neithalath, N., “Influence results from this project in the coming months. of a Fine Glass Powder on the Durability Characteristics of Concrete and its Comparison to Fly Ash,” Cement and Concrete Composites, V. 30, No. 6, 2008, pp. 486-496. references 14. Schwarz, N.; DuBois, M.; and Neithalath, N., 1. IEA/WBCSD, “Cement Technology Roadmap 2009,” “Electrical Conductivity Based Characterization of Plain and International Energy Agency, Paris, France, 2009, 31 pp. Coarse Glass Powder Modified Cement Pastes,”Cement and 2. Khmiri, A.; Samet, B.; and Chaabouni, M., “A Cross Concrete Composites, V. 29, No. 9, 2007, pp. 656-666. 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CRI, “End-Markets for Collected Glass,” Container Recycling Institute, Culver City, CA, 2006, http://www. vision of Marc Jolin from Laval University and container-recycling.org/index.php/end-markets-for- Arezki Tagnit-Hamou from the University of collected-glass. Sherbrooke. She has also worked on a large 9. Lee, A., “Hong Kong Considers Mandatory Glass hydroelectric dam site in northern Canada where Recycling Legislation,” South China Morning Post, Hong she participated in organizing hundreds of con- Kong, China, Jan. 6, 2013, http://www.scmp.com/news/hong- crete casting and shooting projects. Dr. Marc Jolin, FACI, is a Full Professor in the Department of Civil and Water Engineering at STRUCTURAL his PhD from the University ofLaval University. He received SHOTCRETE British Columbia, Vancouver, SYSTEMS, INC. member of the Centre deBC, Canada, in 1999. An active LICENSE #579272 A recherche sur les infrastructures en béton (CRIB), he is currently involved in projects on service life, JASON E. WEINSTEIN, P.E. reinforcement encasement quality, new admix- VICE PRESIDENT tures, and rheology of fresh shotcrete. Jolin is an ASA member; an ACI Examiner for Shotcrete Nozzleman Certification (wet- and dry-mix pro- 12645 CLARK STREET (562) 941-9916 cesses); Chair of ACI Committee C660, Shotcrete SANTA FE SPRINGS, CA 90670 FAX (562) 941-8098 Nozzleman Certification; and Secretary of ACI Committee 506, Shotcreting. 16 Shotcrete • Fall 2013


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