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Assessing the CDW volume for a typical Mediterranean residential building

Partners involved: AUTh


The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), member of the RECONMATIC consortium, participated in the International Conference on Environmental Design (ICED2022), held on the 22-23 October ’22 in Athens, Greece, presenting a study, that has been conducted in the framework of the RECONMATIC project.



The study ‘Assessing the construction and demolition waste volume for a typical Mediterranean residential building’ aims to perform a documented estimation of the demolition waste quantities of typical multistorey urban buildings which constitute the great majority of the Greek building stock. Such buildings, constructed between 1955-1965, will need to be demolished, since their required structural support and energy performance upgrade is continuously less feasible when seen under the framework of the EU’s 2050 targets.





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