Use of end-of-life materials, waste and alternative binders as useful raw materials for pavement construction and rehabilitation
Development of insulating concrete systems based on novel low CO2 binders for a new family of eco-innovative, durable and standardized energy efficient envelope components (ECO-Binder)
Cost-Effective Recycling Of C&DW In High Added Value Energy Efficient Prefabricated Concrete Components For Massive Retrofit Prefabricated Concrete Components For Massive Retrofitting Of Our Built Environment.
Multi-functional light-weight wall panel based on adaptive insulation and nanomaterials for energy efficient buildings.
The SHINE project is a FP7 funded project which aims for the development of new self-healing elastomers with mechanical properties comparable to conventional ones (with 60% recovery of the initial properties after healing), repeatable self-healing, operable at room temperature and without human intervention.
Foundries in Europe generate about 9 million tons of waste sand per year, from which only the 25% is recycled in few industrial activities.