The project LIFE HYPOBRICK -Towards hypocarbon economy. Development of non-fired building materials based on wastes, funded by the LIFE Programme of the European Union with the reference: LIFE 18 CCM/ES/001114 was presented at the 7th edition of the International Ceramics Technology Forum Innova 2020 (Valencia – Spain, from 03 to 07 February 2020), specifically at the workshop held on 6 February, through an oral communication by Javier García Ten, one of the main researchers of the coordinating entity, the Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica (ITC).
In addition to this centre, the consortium is composed by the companies Ladrillos Mora, S.L.; RCS, S.L. (Recycling, Consulting & Services, S.L.); Schlagmann Poroton GmbH and the University of Nuremberg (THN).
CERAMICA INNOVA 2020 is an international meeting for commercial and technological cooperation between companies from the Habitat, Construction, Architecture and Ceramics sectors, held every two years simultaneously with CEVISAMA, and on this occasion in Pavilion No. 7 of the exhibition centre for Ceramic Machinery.
This Forum in 2020 took place at the stand of the Spanish Association of Manufacturers of Machinery and Equipment for the Ceramic Industry (ASEBEC), with the participation of the Network of Technological Institutes of the Valencian Community (REDIT), the ITC itself and with the support of SEIMED, the Enterprise Europe Network. In addition to LIFE HYPOBRICK, it should be noted that several studies developed by researchers from the ITC, companies and other research centres were disseminated, both through graphic materials, prototypes, demonstrators, etc., as well as in oral presentations. On this occasion, Ceramica Innova registered:
– A total number of 70 participants
– 56 participants for the February 5 Workshop
– 51 for the February 6 Workshop
– 31 scheduled meetings