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Automated Solutions For Sustainable And Circular Construction And Demolition Waste Management

 

4 yrs

01/07/2022 – 30/06/2026

Duration

6

Demonstration cases

23

Partners

7

Countries

About
RECONMATIC

The main goal of RECONMATIC is to test, validate and integrate innovative solutions and tools for C&D waste management within the whole life-cycle of buildings and infrastructure, in order to address the challenge for a zero waste construction industry in Europe and a low energy consuming sector. This will be achieved by developing automated tools and digitalised processes and decision-making, in order to mitigate and reduce waste, and to foster higher added value reuse of C&D waste materials. 

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Join the Circular Construction Cluster

Watch the recording of the successful clustering event that was organised by RECONMATIC  and hosted on hte BUILD UP platform, and learn more about how to join forces with us as through the Circular Construction Cluster .

Open Call to Stakeholders

If you are an architect, designer, client, material manufacturer, contractor, waste manager or similar, we invite you to support our research providing us feedback. Your collective insights will help shape our solutions, ensuring they address genuine user needs, while also broadening the project's reach and impact.

YOU can contribute in: 

Developing a guidance tool for implementing

circularity in construction processes that meet your needs.

Participate in developing a reliable and expansive dataset of construction products and materials.

Your contribution is valuable. Contact us to expess your interest to become a part of a team driving meaningful transformation, reshaping the future of waste management into a system that benefits all. Stay tuned for updates on all our activities!

Open Day in Manchester

The RECONMATIC partners proudly organised the Open Day event about automated solutions for sustainable and circular construction and demolition waste management, which took place on May 7th, 2024, at the MediaCity campus, at the University of Salford. 

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