Recycled construction waste: building a more sustainable future

09 Oct 2018News

In the southern Belgian province of Namur, concrete and bricks from demolished buildings are being turned into eco-friendly road surfaces. A local company recycles 180,000 tonnes of concrete, tarmac, sand and mixed soils at its two plants, much of which is deployed to regenerate the region’s highways or to build new ones. Richard Marchand, director for production and transport at Hublet,…

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