Project progress
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LIFE HYPOBRICK

Structure of the project

LIFE HYPOBRICK

Time Framework

DA.1.1

List of legal requirements that can affect the Project implementation

DA.1.1

Report on LCA of current products and preliminary LCA of the new bricks

DE1.1

Logotype and corporate image Final

DE 1.2

Project website Final

DE1.3

Dessign of dissemination materials Final

DE1.4

Communication Plan

Structure of the project
Time Framework



Design of dissemination materials Final
Logotype and corporate image Final



Project website Final



Communication Plan
List of legal requirements that can affect the Project implementation



Newsletter 1
F. Kugler, J. Aumüller, W. Krcmar, U. Teipel. “Construction and Demolition Residuals as Raw Materials for the Production of Novel Geopolymer Building Materials”. Crystals 12(5), 678, 2022 (https://doi.org/10.3390/cryst12050678).
Newsletter 2
M. Criado , M. Vicent , F.J. García-Ten. “Reactivation of alkali-activated materials made up of fly ashes from a coal power plant”. Cleaner Materials 3, 100043, 2022 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.clema.2022.100043).
Leaflet Climate Change
Newsletter 3
F. Kugler, T. Fehn, M. Sandner, W. Krcmar, U. Teipel. “Microstructural and mechanical properties of geopolymers based on brick scrap and fly ash”. International Journal of Ceramic Engineering and Science 4, 92–101, 2022 (https://doi.org/10.1002/ces2.10120).
DE3.1 –Annual Report of awareness raising actions
F.J. García-Ten , M. Vicent. “Effect of CRT glass particle size on the lead leachability of alkali-activated materials”. Materials Letters 320, 132163, 2022 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matlet.2022.132163)