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August - 2020

August - 2020
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  • Sustainable and durable - with recycled concrete aggregate? Chris Goodier, Wayne Dodds View Abstract
  • Brief overview on 3D construction printing Werner H. Bittner View Abstract | Click here to Read the Full Paper
  • Technical Papers
  • Policies and business strategies for C&D waste management in India Kshemendra Nath P., Gaurav Bhatiani View Abstract
  • Performances and applications of recycled aggregate concrete components in Chinese Mainland Yuxi Zhao, Weilai Zeng, Hongru Zhang View Abstract
  • Detailed assessment of the technical properties of recycled aggregates from mixed C&D waste Christian J. Engelsen, Sandeep K. Malhotra, Gaurav Bhatiani, Kshemendra Nath P. View Abstract
  • A study on the use of construction and demolition waste as coarse aggregate in self-compacting concrete for sustainability S. Girish, N. Ajay, Sasha Azimi View Abstract
  • Mechanical properties and permeability of pervious concrete made with recycled concrete aggregates Shoukai Chen, Zhengnan Zhang, Jialin Chen, Yajing Bie View Abstract
  • Study on the nano-hardness of the interfacial transition zone of recycled concrete with graphene oxide Kai Guo, Fengshuo Yang, Jinghai Zhou, Ming Liu View Abstract
  • DeConcrete: Eco-efficient arctic technologies for construction and demolition practices Priyadharshini Perumal, Iveta Novakova, Victor Danilov View Abstract
  • Sustainability of magnadense in civil engineering Richard Hunt, Mark Moriarty View Abstract


Several successful demonstration projects have been conducted in the past few years in order to verify the practical, technical and environmental applicability of recycled aggregates. One such example is Sorumsand High School. Sorumsand High School (Norway) was built by Veidekke ASA on behalf of the building owner Akershus county authority. The RCA was produced by BA Gjenvinning and the ready-mixed concrete was supplied by Unicon. The R&D partner was SINTEF. In the inset are images from scientific research on the use of high-quality recycled concrete aggregates in structural concrete from Research Group RecyCon, KU Leuven, Belgium.

Cover image source:
- Prof. Dr. Christian J. Engelsen, SINTEF, Norway
- Prof. Dr. -Ing. Jiabin Li, KU Leuven Campus Bruges, Belgium

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