1st Conference on Innovative Reuse of Building Materials on 08 September 2022.

from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Kulturhalle Münster (Hesse)


The construction sector is one of the most resource-intensive sectors of the economy. Enormous quantities of building materials are required, especially in the rapidly growing cities and metropolitan areas. At the same time, the construction industry is responsible for around 55 % of the total volume of waste generated in Germany. Worldwide, around 11 % of all CO2 emissions are attributable to the construction sector.

In the BMBF-funded WieBauin research project, new approaches and instruments are being developed to improve the material flow system. The reuse of building materials offers many advantages: it saves the energy required for new production, reduces CO2 emissions, conserves natural raw material resources and reduces construction waste. A good reason to focus on this topic at the

1st Conference on Innovative Reuse of Building Materials on September 08, 2022 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Kulturhalle Münster (Hesse)

to place. The conference is entirely under the motto reuse instead of waste. It is aimed at real estate owners and developers, architects, civil engineers, craftsmen, cities and municipalities as well as future builders and interested citizens. In addition to practical experiences with reuse (e.g. of oak beams in the construction of a new roof terrace), the environmental impact and marketing opportunities will also be highlighted at the Bauteilkreisel Region Darmstadt-Dieburg (https://bauteilkreisel-dadi.net).

The detailed program can be found online at https://www.wiebauin.de/. The conference is free of charge and registration is possible until August 31, 2022 at the following link https://ogy.de/WieBauin. Bauvorlageberechtigte and Nachweisberechtigte Wärmeschutz receive 3 continuing education points for participation in accordance with the continuing education guidelines of the Chamber of Engineers of Hesse.

The WieBauin team is looking forward to your participation and stimulating discussions. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone (06151 / 16 22975) or by e-mail:.