Technical aspects of CDW recycling

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The University of Liège (Wallonia, Belgium) is working on the technical aspects of recycling sands and aggregates from construction and demolition waste (CDW). Their analyses focus on the best processes for treating CDW with regard to three points: the washing process, fragmentation, and the compressive strength and durability of mortar and concrete. The ultimate objective is to position recycled aggregates and sands as a true alternative to primary raw materials in construction. Read More

The importance of waste recycling - an interview with Tradecowall

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The quality of secondary raw materials depends strongly on the grade of sorted recycled aggregates. Therefore, the waste recycling companies are an important part of the recycling chain, as their activities are in the beginning of the ‘’new life’’ of secondary raw materials. We asked Robin Chapelle, Project Manager at Tradecowall, Belgian enterprise for recycling of construction & demolition waste (CDW) to introduce us to the work of his company within the SeRaMCo project. Read More

Partner meeting in Liège

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From 27-28 November 2017, the General Assembly of the SeRaMCo project took place in Liège, Belgium. More than thirty partners from five different NWE-regions as well as seven members of the advisory board gathered during this two-day event to discuss SeRaMCo’s progress since its launch in 6 months ago. Read More