Enabling steel's circular economy potential

Author: Michal Drewniok

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1 March 2021

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Enabling steel's circular economy potential

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Enabling steel's circular economy potential
Date published

1 March 2021

Author

Michal Drewniok

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Michal Drewniok

Michal Drewniok discusses the principles of reusing steel elements and encourages structural engineers to consider this option over designing with new material.

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PDF
Pages:
2
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Metal - steel Climate change Construction management Issue 3

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