Eco-materials for low carbon construction: ISOBIO innovation showcase

21Nov 2017
Discover the latest innovations in eco-materials for healthy low carbon construction at the upcoming ISOBIO workshop, hosted by Acciona Construcción on 21 November in Madrid.

The event will showcase bio-based products and solutions for new buildings and retrofitting being developed by some of Europe’s most innovative companies including CAVAC Biomatériaux (France), Claytec (Germany), Stramit International (UK), BCB Lhoist (France) and Acciona Construcción (Spain). Representatives from each will explain the products currently under development in three EU funded projects.

ISOBIO is increasing the durability and performance of plant based materials to create enhanced bio-based panels and plasters with reduced costs. A range of eco-materials, including novel insulation, panel and coating products, that have been developed in the ECO-SEE project will also be presented, as well as forest-based biocomposites for façades and interior partitions, developed by partners in the OSIRYS project.

The event will include a presentation from Passivhaus experts Progetic (Spain) on how bio-based products can be incorporated into low energy building design.

Participation is free of charge, but registration is mandatory via this link. Presentations will be made in English.

When14:00 – 17:30, Tuesday 21 November 2017

WhereACCIONA CONSTRUCCION, Avda. de Europa, 18., Parque Empresarial La Moraleja, Alcobendas, Madrid

Registration: click HERE


 Madrid, Spain     21/11 - 21/11/2017
Moderated by : Alexia ROBIN

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