Blog about circular economy and reuse

Blog about circular economy and reuse

Recycled artificial turf pitches at half price

Worn out artificial turf pitches have become one of the biggest unaddressed environmental problems of our time. According to forskning.no, almost three quarters of the microplastic in Norway comes from car tires, either as tire wear on the roads or from granules on artificial turf pitches. As much as 1,600 tonnes of Norway's annual emissions of microplastics come from artificial turf pitches alone. As the first in the world, Tebe Sport offers a sustainable and cost-effective solution for the disposal and separation of artificial turf and associated contaminated masses. We spoke with the chairman of the board, Lars Solberg, in TeBe Sport.

Large savings: 340 tonnes of CO2 on 8 buildings

In eight buildings in Oslo and Trondheim, 16,639 building materials have been assessed for reuse...

Digitization and documentation for a circular construction industry at "Arendalsuka"

For those of you who didn't get to participate at Arendalsuka, we have made a summary of the...

Digitization and AI will help meet European cities climate goals

Most major cities today are facing complex challenges related to sustainability and the...

NAML is paving the way for reuse of outdoor materials

There has been a growing interest in the circular economy and reuse in the building,...