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Register Today For This Webinar: Creating Valuable Construction Materials From Your Waste

From Construction & Demolition Recycling. Did you know that some 60% of materials used in construction are non-structural? CDE equipment diverts over 15 million tons of waste material from landfill sites every year, creating valuable sand & aggregates products ready for re-use in construction projects as a result.
We work with organizations across the world to champion sustainability and deliver a circular economy in the construction industry. This includes the world's largest construction & demolition waste recycling wash plant in Norway.
 
If you would like to learn more about the opportunities to create construction materials from your mixed C&D fines, this is one webinar you won't want to miss.
 
Date: Wednesday, September 18
Start Time: 12:00 (EDT) | 11:00 (CDT) | 09:00 (PDT)
Length: 45 minutes
 
WEBINAR TOPICS
 
This webinar will discuss several topics on creating construction materials from your waste, including:
  1. How new technology makes it possible to create construction materials from your construction, demolition & excavation waste material.
  2. Developing a move from a linear to a circular economy.
  3. Creating new revenue streams from your existing waste.
  4. The scale of the opportunity and future potential for your business.
Your Webinar Presenter: Eunan Kelly, Head of Business Development, C&D Waste Recycling

Register for Webinar

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