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P37. Sustainable strategies for the design and development of innovative materials: from non-renewable resources to valorisation of anthropic wastes


Congressi SGI-SIMP

  • Marina Clausi - Università degli Studi di Bari A. Moro
  • Claudio Finocchiaro - Università di Catania
  • Roberta Occhipinti -Università di Catania
  • Daniela Pinto - Università degli Studi di Bari A. Moro
  • Francesco Radica - Università di Chieti - Pescara G. d'Annunzio
In the recent years the interest about the advanced and sustainable materials for applications in the field of structural and non-structural materials for modern and historic built, as well as in the field of environmental governance, is constantly growing thanks to "Ecological transition" policies promoted by UE.
In this context, the substitution of natural raw materials with renewable resources such as mining and industrial wastes, becomes today necessary for the production and the development of the new industry 5.0. Likewise, more sustainable technological processes, aimed at reducing the environmental footprint, are needed for its achievement. Indeed, this latter aspect represents an ambitious challenge for the next decades.
The design and the development of innovative materials, with low environmental impact, constitute the core driving of the session and include all the aspects of application of mineralogy, petrography, mining and environmental engineering to industry.
The session is open (but not limited) to contributions about green technologies for the production of novel materials in a perspective of circular economy in order to stimulate the debate among the researchers involved in studies of innovative geo-derivatives.
sustainable materials, wastes valorization, geo-derivatives
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