The partners of the FISSAC Consortium got together in Bilbao, wonderfully hosted by Tecnalia, to discuss about the results achieved over the last 6 months, sharing the ongoing challenges and co-designing the activities for the remaining 8 months before the end of the project.
Construction and demolition wastes in circularity and industrial symbiosis
FISSAC 2nd Hungarian Living Lab Forum
Date: 20 June 2019
Time: 9.00 –12.00
Venue: Szemléletformáló és Újrahasználati Központ, Budapest XV., Károlyi Sándor u. 166., Hungary
- Why is it important for companies to get prepared for circular economy?
- What are the current barriers to transition towards circular economy in Hungary?
- How industrial symbiosis can assist actors and stakeholders?
- What are the advantages of participating at the FISSAC series of LL events? (more…)
Next 4 and 5 June 2019, FISSAC Project partners will gather in Bilbao, Spain, for the 8th FISSAC General Assembly.
Hosted by Tecnalia, the General Assembly will include a first session dedicated to the monitoring of the project’s progress, considering all the Working Packages. Later on, a number of workshops will be carried out.
To further enrich the assembly, project partners will also have the chance to visit the laboratories of Kubik and Tecnalia, where innovation starts. Moreover, they will head to Zestoa, to look at one of the pilots implemented.
Stay tuned on this page: the full agenda is coming out soon!
ACCIONA and Fundación Agustín de Betancourt presented the FISSAC project during the General Assembly Meeting of the European H2020 LORCENIS project on the 22nd March 2019 in Madrid, Spain.
The meeting took place in The Institute of Construction Sciences Eduardo Torroja (IETcc), a Center of the Spanish Superior Council of Scientific Research (CSIC), belonging to the Area of Science and Technology of Materials.
The report titled “Industrial Segmentation, criteria and correlation to the FISSAC first application” deals with the replicability of the FISSAC model. The topic is investigated setting up a methodology for industrial segmentation, aimed at evaluating the replicability potential. A list of tailored criteria guides the assessment of different opportunities.
Have a look at the report!