Zero Waste Scotland

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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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As cities across the world are working towards a new normality post-COVID lockdown, a virtual event will look at the ways in which the circular economy plays an essential role to Glasgow’s recovery, with learnings from other international cities. Get Inspired 2020:The Future is Circular, hoste

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Scottish company IndiNature, which makes ‘carbon negative’ insulation, is the latest firm to receive a share of £8 million funding for circular economy businesses administered by Zero Waste Scotland. IndiNature uses 100% natural materials to create eco-friendly insulation for homes

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A new net-zero plan launched by Zero Waste Scotland aims to show public, private and third sector organisations how to rebuild after coronavirus and meet their vital obligations on ending the climate emergency at the same time. Zero Waste Scotland has published its plan setting out five key steps fo

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A workshop is set to explore in-depth the practical steps the construction sector in Skye can take to use sustainable materials in the design of local buildings and infrastructure.

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