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RESOURCE-FULL – Extracting Maximum Value From Builders’ Rubble: A Tour

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When: 13 Oct 2017, 14:00 – 17:00

Where: GBCSA Offices, Cape Town , South Africa

 

TOUR: Extracting Maximum Value From Builders’ Rubble

Builders’ rubble may be a high-performing construction material if handled and processed correctly. Given the potential to save costs on virgin materials and create jobs through the application of builders’ rubble, why are we still landfilling more the R10 million worth of material in the City of Cape Town annually? Explore this value chain with us on a tour starting at a landfill, moving on to a crushing site and a block manufacturer using rubble in their process, and ending up at site where builders’ rubble has been successfully applied on a large scale. Hosted by the GBCSA in partnership with GreenCape.

Transport and snacks included.


Prize

  • Non-Members: R833.33 + VAT
  • Members: R657.89 + VAT

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Organizer
green star - communitiesThe Green Building Council SA leads the transformation of the South African property industry to ensure that buildings are designed, built and operated in an environmentally sustainable way.

 

 

 

GreenCape is a non-profit organisation that drives the widespread adoption of economically viable green economy solutions from the Western Cape.

We work with businesses, investors, academia and government to help unlock the investment and employment potential of green technologies and services, and to support a transition to a resilient green economy.

We are a not-for-profit organisation established in 2010 by the Western Cape Government as a Special Purpose Vehicle to support the development of the green economy in the region.


For further information

For further information about the Tour, visit the Official Website.

Summary
Event
RESOURCE-FULL - Extracting Maximum Value From Builders' Rubble: A Tour
Location
GBCSA Offices,Cape Town,South Africa
Starting on
13 October, 2017
Builders' rubble may be a high-performing construction material if handled and processed correctly. Given the potential to save costs on virgin materials and create jobs through the application of builders' rubble, why are we still landfilling more the R10 million worth of material in the City of Cape Town annually?
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