Holland Circular Hotspot

Circular economy for the built environment

London, UK | 5th of February 2019

Attend and learn more about the world of circular economy in general and for the construction industry in particular. The event will take place at the Dutch Embassy in London.

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A new economic thinking is about to gain a foothold in the construction industry. Valuable materials are wasted on our construction sites, much more than in any other industry. The linear cycle of the past, results in valuable material going into landfill or incineration. We have a responsibility to reduce our environmental impact and at the same time be able to continue to run profitable projects as raw materials become increasingly expensive.

A circular economy benefits the built sector as well as occupants of the buildings as indoor environments and pure components are a natural part of the circular economy. By doing the ´right thing´, unlocks opportunities for all parties in the value chain of the buildings we create and occupy. Attend and learn more about the world of circular economy in general and for the construction industry in particular.

 

Speakers will include:

Freek van Eijk from Holland Circular Hotspot

Michael Aastrup from Desso-Tarkett

Anton Brummelhuis from Signify-Phillips

 

The seminar will be held at

the Dutch Ambassador Simon Smits’s residence

on Exhibition Road, London.

 

It will start at 18.00 and finish at 20.30

including a networking reception with drinks and canapés