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THE CIRCLE PROJECT'S EVENTWHEN: Tuesday 28 FebruaryWHERE: Dunston Hall, Ipswich Road, Norwich, EnglandThe UEA NBS team will be hosting the CIRCLE Project’s event at Dunston Hall in Norwich, England. This will include: a networking lunch, an opening lecture on the importance of sustainability in concrete/cement industries, and a series of research presentions from our CIRCLE partners discussing the development and results of our eco-friendly and permeable concrete product made of shellfish waste. There will be plenty of opportunities for interactive Q&A sessions.This event is open to researchers and industry as well as the general public and press as well.Please confirm your attendance by booking your place via this event link.----ACCOMODATION:Please email Jade Santier ([email protected]) to ask for details on how to book accommodation before 27th January 2023. Particularly important for CIRCLE project partners to book.----ABOUT THE CIRCLE PROJECT
The objective of the CIRCLE project is to develop a draining cast-in-place concrete pavement based on shellfish co-products, with low environmental impact and significant drainage properties. In addition, the addition of shellfish co-products by substituting natural aggregates reduces and preserves non-renewable natural constituents.
Today, in the face of climate change, combined with the growing increase in soil urbanization, Europe is regularly faced with flooding episodes with major human, environmental and financial consequences. Drainage of road structures is therefore an obvious solution to combat this devastating phenomenon.
The objective of the CIRCLE project is to develop a draining poured-in-place concrete pavement based on shell co-products, with low environmental impact and significant drainage properties. In addition, the addition of shellfish co-products by substituting natural aggregates reduces and preserves non-renewable natural constituents.
To encourage this adoption in the current market, various results have been researched and/or developed in the CIRCLE project:
The CIRCLE project has been selected within the framework of the INTERREG VA France (Channel) England European Cross-border Cooperation Programme co-financed by the ERDF and brings together 6 French and British partners.----SCHEDULE OVERVIEW 28/02/23
Event – Activity DescriptionEvénement - Description de l'activité
Lunch – Networking – Teas and CoffeesDéjeuner – Réseautage - Thés et Cafés
The CIRCLE Project's Final Event, public-facing with regional stakeholders and press, includes Q&A session.Événement CIRCLE destiné au public avec les parties prenantes régionales et la presse.
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