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Circularity and sustainability in construction

Greenager+ has focused its focus on developing sustainable bio-based building systems that are not only environmentally friendly, but also have a negative CO2 and nitrogen balance. Suitable for a variety of applications, including floors, roofs and walls, these innovative systems are suitable for both new construction and renovation projects, including modular building solutions. Not a

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Greenager + has taken on a new challenge

As product developer of Genk-based Bioterra, Greenager + has taken on a new challenge; From Tuesday, May 2, 2022, the first ships carrying 6,000 tons of PFOS-contaminated soil from the Willebroek neighborhood of De Nayer.will dock at Genk South, at our client BIoterra…Greenager +; as the firm’s external innovaton driver has been requested to work

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Greenager+: from waste to new resources

Greenager +, as its name suggests, is concerned with the climate. In this regard, we are active in the construction industry and are committed to making building products and construction techniques more sustainable. Greenager + itself does not sell these products. We develop these on behalf of producers and/or processors. The innovation driver behind Greenager+

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Greenager + is collaborating on the marketing of a new, more climate-friendly cement.

That cement is one of the most polluting building products is common knowledge. As much as 11% of CO2 emissions, worldwide are caused by cement plants. But we still need cement. Therefore, Greenager + responded to the request to test out a new cement. What is innovative about this cement is that when the Portland

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Testing with (bio)polymer and (bio)glue successful

(100% circular- or bio-applications for insulating mortars) Greenager + reports that lab-level testing using (bio)polymer and/or (bio)glue as binders has been successful. These binders can be applied with eps ( also recycle) as well as bio fillers such as hemp, cork, recycle cork and BioFoam. In May 2022, we will start field tests and fine-tune

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