HOUSEFUL Newsletter 3
New circular updates from HOUSEFUL
The past months have been difficult and challenging and I hope that you and your beloved ones stay healthy!
It has not been an easy time for HOUSEFUL either. For example, we had to temporarily suspend the work at our demo-buildings and postpone and hold online some of our co-creation workshops, aiming to discuss and validate ideas for the uptake of circularity in the housing sector.
Despite the difficulties experienced in the past months, we didn’t stay idle, of course! We have advanced on multiple fronts, such as on the development of a Building Circularity Methodology, its implementation in our Software as a Service platform, or on BIM modelling and material passports. So, no worries, our commitment to design circular buildings and create a more sustainable housing sector has remained unchanged!
But now let me thank you once again for your interest in our project and invite you take a closer look at the latest news from the world of HOUSEFUL.
Enjoy your reading!
HOUSEFUL project coordinator
LEITAT Technological Center
Passports to defend the rights of the building materials
Artículos - 15 Mar 2021
The construction industry is a major source of pollution and building materials should not be wasted but recycled. Architect Thomas Rau even proposed a UN Declaration of Material Rights in this respect. New material passports aim at bringing circular economy to buildings
From blackwater and biowaste to clean energy
Notas de prensa - 15 Ene 2021
A study by CARTIF Technology Centre shows how to upgrade biogas production from blackwater and biowaste via membrane contactors. The work was performed as part of the EU project HOUSEFUL and can help make the building sector more circular and sustainable
Co-creando en Catalunya y Austria
Notas de prensa - 30 Jul 2020
El Proyecto europeo HOUSEFUL ha completado su primera serie de talleres con la participación de expertos del sector residencial del área de Barcelona y de Austria. ¿El objetivo? Identificar, discutir y demostrar una serie de ideas para su adopción en edificios circulares