The research project funded by Sardegna Ricerche (POR FESR 2014/2020 funds) aimes to define applicable Circular Economy strategies in the construction sector to support the Sardinia Region, in particular recycled aggregates in the structural concrete. The research group of the University of Cagliari, the stakeholders (recycling plants, concrete producers, precast concrete companies) and the Regional Public Administration carry out a synergic work to activate virtuous processes, through case studies, that can be replicated. The analysis regards the recycling of demolished large structure rubble, the use of recycled aggregates in precast concrete companies and the use of aggregates and recycled concrete and their amount in the urban planning of three town of Sardinia.

Recycled aggregates: circular economy in the construction sector, the case study of Sardinia Region

Luisa Pani
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Lorena Francesconi;James Rombi;Anania Mereu
2020-01-01

Abstract

The research project funded by Sardegna Ricerche (POR FESR 2014/2020 funds) aimes to define applicable Circular Economy strategies in the construction sector to support the Sardinia Region, in particular recycled aggregates in the structural concrete. The research group of the University of Cagliari, the stakeholders (recycling plants, concrete producers, precast concrete companies) and the Regional Public Administration carry out a synergic work to activate virtuous processes, through case studies, that can be replicated. The analysis regards the recycling of demolished large structure rubble, the use of recycled aggregates in precast concrete companies and the use of aggregates and recycled concrete and their amount in the urban planning of three town of Sardinia.
978-88-8286-394-4
Construction and Demolition Waste; Recycling; Recycled Aggregates; Mechanical Properties; Circular Economy
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