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Measuring circularity

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A webinar organised by HOUSEFUL partner Housing Europe shed light on the many different available approaches to assess the circularity level of buildings and lead to a more sustainable housing sectorSure, circular buildings are great. But making them happen is no easy task and today, different frameworks, assessment tools, certification schemes and indicators are being used in the housing to measure, monitor and manage a more efficient use of scarce resources.


Housing providers are also looking for synergies to increase circularity levels in combination with affordability, durability, safety, health and comfort in the residential environment. And these were the key points of “Indicators for Circular Economy and some of the methodologies evaluating circularity”, the webinar organised by the (...)


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