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A host of professionals working within the built environment and construction with a shared interest in driving sustainability will come together for the launch of Sustainabuild Scotland Breakfast Club, a new Edinburgh-based monthly networking and learning event created to facilitate and expedite t

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Proposals to help tackle the climate and biodiversity crisis by supporting Scotland’s transition to a zero waste and circular economy have been launched. The measures, designed to significantly increase reuse and recycling rates, and modernise and improve waste and recycling services, are set

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A Scottish-based manufacturing facility that will enable the production of lower carbon cement products has secured a £500,000 award from Zero Waste Scotland’s Circular Economy Investment Fund. The new site is being launched by Innovative Ash Solutions, a 50/50 joint venture between Leve

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The embers of Scotland’s proud steel production industry could yet be rekindled in a move that would see Scotland become the producers of some of the greenest steel in the world, according to Zero Waste Scotland. In a new paper published today titled ‘How Should Scotland Manage its Scrap

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Kenoteq, a clean-tech spin-out from Heriot-Watt University, has been awarded £1 million in funding by Zero Waste Scotland to commercialise production of its revolutionary brick made of recycled construction waste to more than two million bricks per year. The unique K-Briq is made from over 90%

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The Resource Efficient House – a joint initiative by Tigh Grian and Zero Waste Scotland to showcase the benefits of modular, zero carbon housing – has moved from its home for the last seven years at the Building Research Establishment Innovation Park in Motherwell.

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