What is-what is an inert matter?
Materials are considered inert if they do not decompose, burn, or produce physical or chemical reactions. Finally, they do not deteriorate other materials in contact in a way that is harmful to the environment or human health. (ADEME definition).
Inert PMCB materials are mainly mineral wastes produced by construction or demolition activities: concrete, tiles and bricks, asphalt aggregates, etc.
The following materials areThe following materials are excluded from the scope of the inert materials sector:
Excavated earth, industrial tools and technical equipment, basic nuclear installations as defined in article L. 593-2, funerary monuments.