The FISSAC partner TCMA, the Turkish Cement Manufacturers’ Association, organised a warm welcome at the Turkish Cement Industry Employer Union (ÇEİS).
During the two-day meeting, each task leader presented the activities carried out over the last six months, highlighting the project progress and sharing ideas to face the forthcoming challenges. Concrete results have been shown such as the production at pre-industrial scale of cement, ceramic tiles and rubber-wood-plastic composites implementing industrial symbiosis p rocesses. Based on these, the industrial scale process is ready to be tested. Several Upcoming Living Labs are going to inspire the whole project with creative inputs.
On behalf of the whole FISSAC Consortium, we would like to thank very much TCMA for the wonderful organization!
Here you can read the report regarding the 2nd Living Lab organized on September 20, 2018, in Circular hub in Prague (Czech Republic):
On the 23-24th of October, a conference about industrial symbiosis is going to take place in Gothenburg along with the price giving for the Win Win Gothenburg Sustainability Award. The topic for this year’s price ceremony is “Collaboration in production”. The winner of the price in 2018 is Kalundborg Symbiosis from Denmark.
Fissac is going to be part of the program on the 23rd of October when the focus will mainly be on the building sector and circular material flows. Hifab AB is going to present FISSAC during the seminar, participate in the fair and will lead a workshop about working methods to increase circular material flows on the demolition site.
The conference is free of charge and is open for all who are interested, however, signing up is mandatory.
More information about the conference can be found here: http://winwingothenburgaward.com
On 20 September the EU H2020 project BAMB (Buildings as Material Banks) and the One Planet Network joined forces for a one-day event in Brussels about circularity in the built environment. Key areas that will facilitate this systemic shift were in the focus: digitalization, circular building assessment and public procurement.