RECOVER Project, supported by EIT RawMaterials, transforms bauxite residue and metallurgical residues into porous, fire resistant and other inorganic polymers products exhibiting unique properties while contributing to circular economy.
Mobile Production Modular Unit
Take the opportunity to experience a first-of-a-kind working mobile production unit that upcycles bauxite residue and metallurgical residues into building material.
Watch – Touch – Feel The Future
Learn how to produce inorganic polymers and lower CO2 construction materials through our video workshops.
Experience Our Materials
Be part of an impressive demonstration of objects and construction materials made from bauxite residue and metallurgical residues.
|Opening & Welcome
|Presentation by Aughinish
|Presentation by EIT RawMaterials
|Presentation by RECOVER Coordinator
|Aughinish Plant Tour
|Pilot Plant Operation by Leuven University
|Pilot Plant Tour at Aughinish
|Materials Exhibition at Aughinish and studio
|Live Workshops – How to make Inorganic Polymer by Leuven University
|Material Fabrication by Resourcefull
|Material Testing by National Technical University of Athens
|Material Testing by Slovenian Building and Civil Engineering Institute (ZAG)
|Bauxite Residue Sintering by Belgium CRM Group
|Bauxite Residue Valorisation in Future by RECOVER Coordinator
|«Round Table» for questions
You are welcome!
The event is open to entrepreneurs, engineers, architects, designers and anyone that is enthusiastic about making the Circular Economy happen within the built environment.