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!
RINA presented the FISSAC project activities during the workshop called “Today‘s waste, tomorrow material” within the World Sustainable Energy Days (session “Innovation Workshops Energy and Buildings”) on 28th February 2019 in Wels, Austria.
The workshop was also an opportunity to exchange experiences with other H2020 projects dealing with the ciruclar economy: RE4, Green INSTRUCT, VEEP, InnoWEE
Here some pictures.
We take this opportunity to thank the FISSAC partner FENIX for the organization.
On the 25th and 26th of February 2019, FISSAC team joined the World Resources Forum in Antwerp. At the “Industrial Symbiosis in Euorpe” booth, FISSAC, together with other SPIRE Projects (SHAREBOX, EPOS, SYMBIOPTIMA, URBANREC), showcased the ongoing activities and exposed some samples of the products being produced.
The FISSAC Industrial Symbiosis Platform was presented by the partner RINA during a conference.
It was a great opportunity to meet people, exchange ideas and draw inspiration for the next challenges.
Special greetings to IRIS and OVAM for the organizaion.
British Glass and Glass Technology Services will be attending Futurebuild 2019 after being invited by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to exhibit in the “Innovation Zone”
Together they will discuss innovation in construction and particularly the FISSAC model to help move construction towards a circular economy. There will also be samples of the eco-cement innovation there for people to see and feel as a key talking point.
The article on the British Glass website can be found here
Details on the event Futurebuild can be found here