Frost & Sullivan Predicts that the Use of Recycled Materials in Constructions Will Shoot Up in 2016

SpecialChem - Aug 23, 2011

The management of waste generated by the construction industry has become a cause of major concern. The use of recycled materials and chemicals instead of virgin materials is seen as supporting sustainable construction, while yielding a range of environmental and economic benefits. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Strategic Analysis of the European Recycled Materials and Chemicals Market in Construction Industry, finds that the market earned revenues of Euro 744.1 million in 2010 and estimates this to reach Euro 1,322.5 million in 2016. The following product segments are covered in the research: recycled PVC, recycled Gypsum, recycled aggregate (concrete) and recycled glass. "Increasing awareness about green trends...

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