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 05-07 March 2019 / ExCeL, London

ecobuild

Ecobuild

Waste

Waste

Offsite

Offsite

Urban Infrastructure

Urban Infrastructure

Materials

Materials

Energy

Energy

Buildings

Buildings

Interiors

Interiors

Waste

Waste

Waste

University of Brighton Responsible Futures’ Waste Zone

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University of Brighton Responsible Futures’ Waste Zone

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The future of Waste

Returning for its second year, the Responsible Futures' Waste Zone helped visitors to navigate away from the current take, make and throw-away society towards an intelligent, closed-loop system where waste is seen as a valuable resource.

Curated by architect and environmental architect, Duncan Baker Brown, the Waste Zone took an exciting new format, with vibrant stands taking the form of unique beach huts, developed and provided by the School of Architecture & Design at the University of Brighton and with a firm focus on ensuring zero waste.

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Waste Talk seminar

Waste Talk seminar

The Waste Zone seminar programme – Waste Talk – saw over 25 industry-leading speakers address the challenges and opportunities a circular economy presents. The sessions explored ways in which waste materials can be integrated into construction projects, how existing buildings can be deconstructed instead of demolished, and how new buildings can be designed as material stores for the future.
Circular Economy Hub

Circular Economy Hub

New for 2019 was the Waste Zone’s Circular Economy Hub. Central to the Zone, the Hub acted as a dedicated marketplace for visitors to meet hand-picked brands and innovators. Visitors were able to take a closer look at new and emerging materials, systems, and products that will enable the construction industry to join an emergent circular economy; demonstrating realistic, cost-effective solutions.
Spill out

Spill out

Visitors could also see up-close the re-use possibilities of the top ten construction waste streams in an eye-opening exhibition in new foyer areas flanking the seminar area. These spill-out zones will showcase circular economy research, innovations and products from experts in the UK and Europe.

2019 Waste Zone Seminar Programme 

Look below at the 2019 programme to see what topics were dicussed over the three day event. If you are interested in viewing the presentation slides from any of the sessions please click here.

If you require CPD points from any of the sessions you attended, you can submit your request here.

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Waste Zone

University of Brighton Responsible Futures

    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Five expert speakers from the world of waste/ resource management. Each speaker will make a 10minute presentation. This is followed by a Q&A Session
    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Six expert speakers discuss the huge potentials and challenges presented by this concept. Each speaker will make a 7 minute presentation. This is followed by a Q&A Session
    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Five expert speakers discuss some of the processes and systems that support a Circular Economy Each speaker will make a 10minute presentation. This is followed by a Q&A Session
    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Five expert speakers discuss a variety of exemplar case studies that test the real potentials of a Circular City. This is followed by a Q&A Session.
    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Six expert speakers discuss low carbon material options for the construction industry. This is followed by a Q&A Session.
    Panel

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Waste Zone

University of Brighton Responsible Futures

    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Six expert speakers discuss exemplar projects from the worlds of architecture, design, and the Circular Economy supply chain. Each speaker will make a  7 minute presentation.
    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Five expert speakers discussed exemplar projects from a more corporate perspective. Each speaker will make a 10 minute presentation.
    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre

    Six expert speakers discuss why plastic is such an amazing material. Each speaker will make a 7 minute presentation.

    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Professor Braungart will deliver a keynote address considering the strategies that need to be put in place to support a truly circular economy. 45 minute talk plus Q&A session hosted by Duncan.
    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Five expert speakers discuss some of the processes and systems that support a Circular Economy Each speaker will make a 10minute presentation. This is followed by a Q&A Session
    Panel

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Waste Zone

University of Brighton Responsible Futures

    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Five expert speakers discuss some of the processes and systems that support a Circular Economy Each speaker will make a 10 minute presentation. This is followed by a Q&A Session
    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Five expert speakers discuss some potential social benefits of a circular economy.
    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre

    Join six start-ups from LWARB’s Advance London Advisory Programme to discuss how they’re working to drive circular economy innovation in the built environment sector.
     

    Panel
    • Waste Zone
    Waste Talk theatre
    Five expert speakers discussed exemplar projects from a more corporate perspective. Each speaker will make a 10 minute presentation.
    Panel

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