The SB&WRC Project was selected to participate in the REGIOSTARS Awards: vote for it

Published by Nicolas DUTREIX

The SB&WRC project (Sustainable Bio&Waste Resources for Construction) which aims to develop 3 innovative and low-carbon prototypes of insulation material for construction made from bioresources and waste products was selected by the Norfolk Council Joint Secretariat to participate in the REGIOSTARS Awards!

We need your support!

The SB&WRC project, designed and led by Nomadéis, a sustainable development consultancy, is registered in the “Connecting green, blue and grey” category. Please support the project by voting online until the 9th of July 2019 at the following address:

Look for the project towards the bottom of the page and click on the thumb (on the top right corner) to cast your vote!


The REGIOSTARS Awards are an annual competition of projects financed by the European Union and that demonstrate innovative approaches for the European development. The projects will be examined by a jury composed of academics and experts and submitted to the public’s appreciation through a voting system ; that’s why your vote matters!

The SB&WRC partners thank you in advance for your contribution.


SB&WRC, European research project for bio & waste construction resources
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