Circular economy in practice: How to Integrate CE Principles into Highways Maintenance & road infrastructure projects
This webinar provided an insight into some of the treatment and recycling operations which have been implemented and trialled to produce usable materials and close the loop on highways waste.
This session is ideal for professionals working with organisations involved in delivering highways maintenance services, or organisations involved in managing the typical waste streams generated from such operations (e.g. asphalt waste containing coal tar, street cleaning residues, soils, aggregates, concrete etc.).
- Olly Beech, Environment Manager, Infrastructure Services, Skanska
- Stuart Gready, Managing Director, OCL Regeneration Ltd
- Sarah Gilbert, Team Leader Climate Action, Oxfordshire County Council
- Tim Shickle, Group Manager (Asset Renewals), Oxfordshire County Council
During this session you will gain:
- An understanding of some of the key challenges associated with implementing this circular economy approach;
- A case study overview of the application of this approach in Oxfordshire;
- Practical recommendations from experts in the sector, including local authority and supply chain perspectives on the value of these circular economy initiatives, the key factors facilitating implementation and how challenges may be overcome.
Some of the methods described may also be transferable to organisations in other sectors to help them drive management of waste in accordance with circular economy principles.
Circular economy in practice: How to Integrate CE Principles into Highways Maintenance & road infrastructure projects, webinar slides - CLICK HERE
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