Report: Circular construction practices could cut CO2 in half

BusinessGreen staff
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Implementing net zero-aligned circular economy approaches to infrastructure and construction could cut costs and boost resilience, according to AECOM

The UK's infrastructure and construction sector has the potential to cut its carbon emissions in half, reducing costs in the process, by adopting net zero emission-aligned circular economy approaches that...

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