Bin-e is an AI-based smart waste bin, designed for office spaces and smart buildings, enabling them to achieve efficiency (...)


VEEP replication online workshop

The VEEP replication workshop is a follow-up event to the VEEP webinar on the 9th of March. Use the gained knowledge from (...)


Q&A: ‘We need to reduce the ‘embodied energy’ of buildings

Only about 1% of demolished buildings are reused. To green the construction industry, buildings need to be made recyclable (...)


|CALL FOR PAPERS| Fifth Symposium on Urban Mining and Circular Economy SUM 2020

Paper submission - The postponement of the Symposium allows us to welcome paper proposals until 31st May 2020.   Papers mus (...)


RE4 project: WEBINAR 3 - How to build a fully recycled house

Build a fully recycled house? Yes, you can with RE4 prefabricated building elements incorporating up to 100% of constructi (...)


Unbuilding cities as high-rises reach their use-by date

We are entering a new world where skyscrapers and other huge buildings are becoming redundant and need significant overhaul (...)


The circular economy: building an economy on the template of nature

  The earth is a closed system. Apart from the energy we receive from sunlight, everything produced and consumed on earth (...)


Close the circularity gap to avert catastrophic climate change, Davos told today

A new report by Circle Economy, supported by EIT Climate-KIC, says governments barely consider circular economy measures (...)


The UK’s largest recycling plant opens in Scotland

A new recycling factory has opened near Edinburgh which is set to become the largest in the UK. Waste specialists Brewster (...)


Your waste may not be recycled after all, says report

A new study by the National Audit Office (NAO) has found that the UK’s Environment Agency largely ignores the bigger picture (...)


Africa’s first waste-to-energy plant to be commissioned in Ethiopia

A new waste-to-energy plant is set to start operations in Ethiopia aiming to revolutionise waste management practices in (...)


University of Brighton Briefing Note for Work Package 3: Rational for choosing stuffed bedding products by Dr. Ryan Woodard

Overview In order to identify the target textile for the development of insulation, a two-stage scoping exercise was conducte (...)


Australian firm to build concrete out of carbon emissions

Mineral Carbonation International, an Australian company which develops carbon utilisation technologies is launching a pilot (...)