Circular Flanders is the hub and the inspiration for the Flemish circular economy. It is a partnership of governments, companies, civil society, and the knowledge community that will take action together.
The Flemish Construction Confederation blogs on circular building topics in Flanders.
CE Top Tips offers a series of practical tips – for Clients, the Design Team, Contractors, Material and Product Manufacturers, and Demolition Contractors. The various tips can also be used as a checklist.
Architectura posts several times a month news about circular projects or events in Belgium.
Platform CB'23 wants to connect construction-wide parties with circular ambitions. The aim is to draw up national (NL), construction sector-wide agreements on circular construction before 2023.
In this research project, financed by Flanders Circular, WTCB, in collaboration with Groep Van Roey, has set up a database of circular processes, realisations and materials, collected from practice.
Government documents on circular building
Circular Economy - Implementation of the Circular Economy Action Plan
Towards a circular economy: promote sustainable economic growth and generate new jobs.
Circular Flanders - Bouwen in de circulaire economie
Flemish Government - Industrie 4.0
Brussels in transition to a circular economy - Construction Sector
National Office for Enterprising Netherlands - Circular Building
Circular Policy Action Brief - World Business Council
for Sustainable Development
Circular building projects
In eight workshops, a learning network of architects in Flanders and Brussels discusses various topics related to circular construction.
Strategies to make public buildings future-proof (Flanders)
An EU project that has as aim to develop a modular facade panel which is able to adapt and to provide high energy use reductions and high energy harvesting.
A project by BrusselsRetrofitXL. They developed innovative techniques for the retrofitting of building envelopes: Architectural Industrialized Multifunctional Envelope Systems (AIM-ES).
The main purpose of project is to develop a RE4 prefabricated energy-efficient building concept that can be easily assembled and disassembled for future reuse. Funded by Horizon 2020.