Applied Circular Economy: Zero Waste Buildings

The green building sector is the largest employer in Vancouver’s ‘green economy’ and with $16B in construction delivered in BC annually and the trend towards low-impact building, this share will only increase.

Applied Circular Economy: Zero Waste Buildings will train professionals who can deliver the low-impact buildings needed to achieve net-zero targets. The microcredential will consist of three courses: Deconstruction (material recovery and working with salvage); Design for Disassembly (the principles of DfD and Cradle to Cradle (C2C); and Construction Material Flow Analysis (understanding the industry and the path of materials through it).

For more information and to register.

  • Date : 31 Mar 2022 - 31 Mar 2022
  • Time : 04:30 pm (UTC-7)


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