Article - 18 Nov 2021
Most non-recyclable materials are hazardous, which means that they contain particles or substances that are destructive or harmful to the environment or human beings. Examples of hazardous waste...
Article - 4 Oct 2021
According to reports, the entire UK construction industry is having to navigate shortages of steel, timber, paints, adhesives, and other essential building materials, from architects at the planning...
Article - 12 May 2023
Sustainability is key to the future of the construction industry. A main element of sustainability is improving time and cost savings, which requires an evolution in thinking within the sector in...
Article - 3 May 2022
Enhancing traditional construction materials with waste products has become a research focus in the construction industry in recent decades to meet the challenges of modern society.
Article - 26 Jun 2008
UNIBOARD by Dotmar is a new family of lightweight construction materials that combine the advantages of plastics and timber: low weight, easy to handle and water resistant.
Article - 13 Nov 2023
Concrete recycling, an integral part of sustainable construction, involves reprocessing concrete rubble from demolished structures into usable materials.
Article - 23 Mar 2022
This article will provide an overview of bioengineered building materials, discussing materials, products, and projects that have been made possible due to research in this area.
Article - 18 Aug 2022
Building new structures from low-carbon and renewable resources is gaining significant attention both within the construction industry and wider society. This article will look at constructing new...
Article - 12 Apr 2023
Recently, researchers have investigated the use of “smart” materials in the construction industry and the benefits these innovative materials can bring. This article will explore this subject.
Article - 7 Nov 2022
This article discusses the changes in the properties of construction materials over time and the latest research on aging resistance.