FISSAC team is going to partecipate to the side-event ‘Industrial Symbiosis in Europe’, that will be held in the World Resource Forum Antwerp 2019 Event , 25th-26th February in Antwerp (Belgium).
You will find us at the booth 28 and we invite you to take part at the conference (here the agenda). It will be a great opportunity to join presentations and demonstrations of the ongoing activities. The focus will be on the FISSAC Industrial Symbiosis Platform, with interactive tutorial demonstrations.
We invite you to register, spread the word and hopefully also participate in our side event!
The upcoming HARMONI summit will gather stakeholders from the industry, academia, European Commission and national organisations to exchange on non-technological barriers to innovation in the process industry in Brussels on 16-17 January 2019.
On the 17 January 2019, FISSAC team will take part in the workshop waste management – regulatory challenges for intensive industries and standardisation potential.
You can download the full agenda here. Join us!
FISSAC, together with other 4 H2020 projects (RE4, VEEP, GREENINSTRUCT, INNOWEE), are pleased to invite researchers, industrial companies, professionals and wide public interested in the topic of circular economy, industrial symbiosis, new materials for the common workshop called “Today‘s waste, tomorrow material”. Projects representatives will introduce their results and lead interactive discussions related to the topic.
The workshop is organized within the World Sustainable Energy Days (session “Innovation Workshops Energy and Buildings”) on 28th February 2019 in Wels, Austria. Here the conference program.
The workshop registration is free of charge, but it is necessary to be registered on the WSED conference in order to participate in the workshop. Here is the link.
Details can be found in the flyer.
We are looking forward to meeting you then!
Circular business models are solid enough only if there is market demand behind, and we all know that users create the demand. Thus, conscious, informed consumers can drive the transition to alternative and circular business models. Some questions arise from this statement:
How would the way we build change if users decided on the design and use of the buildings and public spaces they inhabit?
- How would the professional relationships among the different actors within the construction value chain be transformed if consumers demanded renewable, healthy materials, bioclimatic buildings, modular constructions designed for deconstruction…?
The second FISSAC Living Lab Barcelona, co-organized by SIMBIOSY together with the Societat Orgànica (a professional cooperative that works in the field of sustainable building) on the 30th of October 2018, , served as a visualization spot of successful experiences and as a space for an exchange of views and ideas.
British Glass and GTS were invited to speak at the 3rd Annual Innovative Glazing Conference in Vienna in November. They delivered at 40 minute presentation about FISSAC and closed loop recycling of flat glass from the construction to drive knowledge and conversation within the construction sector.
The conference was attended by a leading group of architects, facade engineers and sustainability experts from across the glass sector.
The British Glass Article and a link to the presentation can be found here