Events

The purpose of this first multidisciplinary workshop will be to discuss together how companies in the construction and demolition sector can optimize their resources through the means of industrial symbiosis.

This is a participatory working session: attendees will have the opportunity to put their views on the table, and discuss together with other actors about new business models that promote the transformation of the construction sector towards more circularity.

  • Date: Tuesday 23 January 2018
  • Time: from 9:00 to 11:30 am
  • Location: Instituto de Tecnología de la Construcción de Cataluña – ITeC
    Wellington 19, Barcelona
    Public transport: Metro L1 (Marina station), Tranvía T4 (Marina station)
  • Programme: download here (in Spanish)

Confirmation is required: to confirm your attendance or if you have any questions about the event, do not hesitate to contact the Símbiosy team via email (asanz@simbiosy.com) or by calling 932 21 86 87.

We look forward to your presence!

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Italian Living Lab

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