Webinar “Designing for Deconstruction” live December 14th, 2021
Waste remains a huge problem in the A&D industry – the EPA estimated that 600 million tons of construction and demolition debris were generated in the United States in 2018. How can we design structures and spaces so that they can be responsibly deconstructed at the end of their first use so that building materials and interior products can be reused or turned into new products and projects?
In our upcoming webinar with Metropolis, we discuss the importance of designing with the end in mind.
Tuesday, December 14th, 11-12 AM EST participate in the Webinar “Designing for Deconstruction” hosted by ECONYL® by Aquafil and organized by Metropolis.
Join experts from manufacturing, architecture, and advocacy for a discussion of how our product choices, design strategies, and cultural preferences have to shift in order to design for sustainable and healthy deconstruction.
Panelists will include:
- Giulio Bonazzi, Chairman and CEO, Aquafil Group
- Gail Napell, Firmwide Design Resilience Co-Leader, Senior Associate, Gensler
- Susie Westrup, Director, Client Solution – TRUE Zero Waste, USGBC
Attendee participation is requested: Register for free now.
It is possible to receive CEU accreditation for this program.
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