Circular Economy – a global challenge for construction industry conference

2nd ECCA international conference, Kołobrzeg, Poland, 5th december 2017

1st ECCA international conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 12th January 2017

Presentation Policies and activities in circular economy-Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning – Slovenia

Presentation Scenarios for circular construction 2030

Presentation How European SMEs are reaping the benefits and tackling the challenges of sustainability

Presentation From waste management to circular economy in the building sector

Presentation Lighthouse circular construction solutions for global markets, ECCA – project presentation

Presentation Digitalisation in the construction sector

Presentation Integration of nZEBbuildings and e-mobility

Presentation Closing the loops in construction sector – LIFE ReBirth and RusaLCA projects

Presentation Innovative solutions for C and DW recycling – HISER project

Presentation Use of natural and recycled materials in construction

Presentation Hemp house

ECCA conference proceedings

Construction industry is facing a number of challenges due to new technologies, high environmental, social and economical requirements, up and downs of the world and national economies. Circular economy brings additional ones requiring higher resource efficiency, new strategic thinking, value chain collaboration and business models, new collaborative developments, cooperation with others sectors and across borders. The conference was aimed to show that this is an opportunity for new development, growth and sustainability of the sector.

Venue: Best Western Premier Hotel Slon, Slovenska cesta 34, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Conference fee: Free of charge

ECCA partnership
Co-funded by the COSME programme of the European Union

ECCA project is co-funded by the COSME programme of the European Union in the frame of "Clusters go International" call for the project proposals.

The main objective of the action is to intensify cluster and business network collaboration across borders and sectoral boundaries and to support the establishment of European Strategic Cluster Partnership to lead international cluster cooperation in fields of strategic interest – notably in support of the development of emerging industries.

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