Apur'Café #24: 10 million m2 to be discovered, what second life for waste?

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This web-conference focuses on the circular economy of construction sites (BTP) in the Greater Paris - Grand Paris - and opens the eighth series of Apur’café. 

The presentation enables us to share the possible ways of enhancing the reuse of waste from construction sites through recycling and recovery schemes with regard to deposits in the future.

Almost 27 million m² are planned to have undergone development operations  by 2030. In order to carry out this work,  nearly 10 million m²  of existing construction will have to be demolished. This represents tens of millions of tons of construction waste in the future, of which over 10 million tons will be concrete and stone.
 

10 millions de m2 à découvrir, quelle seconde vie pour les déchets? | Apur'café 24

Presented by:

  • Patricia Pelloux, Deputy Director, urbanist engineer
  • Amélie Noury, Project Manager, urbanist architect

Study carried out by:

  • Patricia Pelloux, Deputy Director, urbanist engineer
  • Amélie Noury, Project Manager, urbanist architect
  • Éléonore Bouvier, Assistant Research Manager

Resources

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    Apur'Café #24: 10 million m2 to be discovered, what second life for waste?

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