E4 consortium is delighted to introduce the fourth edition of the project newsletter. In this edition of the newsletter, you can find information about the developed RE4 elements, a detailed description of the manufacturing process of the RE4 timber façade panel and the production of the RE4 extruded tiles.
You can also learn about upcoming and recent events of RE4 project.
Post date: 10 Sep 2019
Around 461 million ton/year of C&DW are generated in EU28. Recent studies on the characterization of C&DW samples at European level revealed a predominant fraction of concrete (52% average). Over the last years, novel technology has been developed aiming to guarantee high quality recycled concrete aggregates for use in new concrete, thereby closing the concrete loop.
Post date: 28 May 2019
Bolzano Training School is oriented to European professionals, researchers, PhD and master students from the construction and Facilities Management sector with the goal of providing them with the tools to include restorative concepts in their daily work. The aim is to bridge the gap between current common construction practice and the new sustainable construction process.
Post date: 5 Mar 2019
RE4 consortium is delighted to introduce the third edition of the project newsletter. In this edition, we will share with you what types of prefabricated building materials we are able to produce from construction & demolition waste (CDW), progress made in the development of the sorting system, and of course a list of planned and past events.
What is the RE4 project?
Post date: 6 Nov 2018
While focusing in energy efficiency of buildings, Build UP portal acknowledge the relevance of an integrated approach to the overarching goal of reducing environmental footprint of buildings. The rational and efficient use of materials and construction systems and the minimization of waste production from the construction sector are essential target areas with high potential of amelioration of critical indicators.
Post date: 15 Oct 2018
Since the end of 2015, 15 partners from 7 European countries throughout Europe are working together in the BAMB project developing and integrating tools that will enable the shift to a circular built environment as well as testing environmental and economic benefits of circular buildings through six real-life pilot projects.
The three-day event program will develop as follow:
Post date: 31 Jul 2018
The Save the Planet exhibition showcases local and foreign companies, who offer products and solutions for waste collection, treatment and utilization. A conference on the same topics will take place parallel to the exhibition. The event is open to representatives of municipalities and government administration, ecologists, investors, managers of companies from the sectors recycling, waste management, agriculture, food and packaging, etc.
Post date: 11 Jun 2018
Innovative pre-fabricated components including different Waste construction materials reducing building Energy and minimising Environmental impacts
InnoWEE is a Horizon 2020 project that is looking for new innovative solutions within recycling Construction and Demolition Waste. Hence new way of recycling and also new geopolymer technology formulation is being investigated in terms of economic feasibility, performance and technological advancement.
Post date: 14 Aug 2017
The Save the Planet
exhibition showcases local and foreign companies, who offer products and solutions for waste collection, treatment and utilization. A conference on the same topics will take place parallel to the exhibition.
The event is open to representatives of municipalities and government administration, ecologists, investors, managers of companies from the sectors recycling, waste management, agriculture, food and packaging, etc.
The program for the parallel conference will become available on the event website by the end of the year.
Post date: 5 Jul 2017
“REuse and REcycling of CDW materials and structures in energy efficient pREfabricated elements for building REfurbishment and construction”
Prefabricated elements from recycled materials to develop energy efficient buildings and minimize environmental impacts
Post date: 5 Apr 2017