Sustainability

Understanding how to make sustainability a part of your work.

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Sustainability affects many different parts of a project, from design to demolition. 

The Sustainability Panel has created material to help you understand what sustainability means, how you can embed it in your practice and help with your core objectives.

Sustainability topics

Sustainability topics

Guides to sustainable practice in structural engineering.

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

The Panel addresses your sustainability FAQs.

Sustainability briefing notes

Sustainability briefing notes

Briefing notes from the Sustainable Construction Panel's meetings between 2008 and 2011.

IStructE reports and publications

IStructE reports and publications

Useful resources and articles related to sustainability in structural engineering.

Materials

Materials

Links and information on specific construction materials.

Deconstruction and Re-use

Deconstruction and Re-use

Links and information on recycling and waste management

Legislation and guidelines

Legislation and guidelines

Information on sustainability legislation from Government and non-governmental organisations.

The Sustainability Panel

The Sustainability Panel

About the Panel and their work.

Recommended reading

Recommended reading

Want to know more about sustainability? Check out these reading lists for some ideas.


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