Circular partnerships database

Author: IStructE

Date published

7 June 2023

Price
Free
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Circular partnerships database

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IStructE

Date published

7 June 2023

Author

IStructE

Price

Free

A regularly reviewed database of vendors who responsibly source building materials.

The most important means of sourcing materials in a circular way is to increase the amount of reused or recycled materials. Responsible material sourcing should be used on all projects, considering the social, environmental and economic benefits that accompany each material. This regularly reviewed database provides a starting point for exploring reused materials, structural investigations, and useful circular economy toolkits to help facilitate reuse.

If you have any questions, suggestions or links you think would be useful here please email us at [email protected]



Circular economy and reuse: guidance for designers

Forthcoming guidance from the Institution of Structural Engineers focusing on the circular economy being part of the answer to tackling climate change in the built environment.

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Excel spreadsheet
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IStructE

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Guidance Sustainability & Environment Climate change Best practice IStructE London HQ Carbon

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