Sept 18-19, 2018
Radisson Blu Edwardian, London
With two weeks to go until the Circular Driven Economy Symposium, we're delighted to introduce our latest speaker, Marjorie Petitpain. Marjorie will take the stage on day one of the symposium as part of our panel discussing the Opportunities for Recovered Re-Usable Materials. Marjorie will be joined by Professor Marios Soutsos from Queen's University Belfast as they discuss the research that is currently being done on sustainable concrete solutions.
Marjorie works with Cerib (Precast Concrete Industry Study & Research Centre) and will be sharing practical advice based on her years of experience in the field of environmental precast concretes and low carbon concrete. Marjorie's work focuses on obtaining concretes from recycled materials with similar characteristics to concrete from natural material, while greatly reducing the environmental footprint. Her knowledge in the re-use of construction and demolition waste materials in concrete will provide great insight to the opportunities that exist with recycled aggregate materials.
Marjorie recently graduated as a Civil Engineering Doctor after three years of working on environmental precast concretes and low carbon concrete. Working with Cerib, Valorie regular works on topics related to the circular economy for the concrete industry. These include the valorization of industrial co-products, construction and demolition waste materials, excavated soil, and quarry or mine materials, all of which are encountered in her research.
Marjorie's skills make it possible to accompany various companies throughout the entire circular economy value chain to investigate new ways of recycling C&D waste in France and throughout the world.
If you want to find out more about the opportunities for re-using construction and demolition waste material in concrete production, and learn about the research work being carried out by Marjorie and the Cerib team, join us on 18th - 19th September at the inaugural Circular Driven Economy Symposium.
For more information on Cerib, visit cerib.com and you can register for tickets to the symposium below.