The FISSAC project is coordinated by Acciona Construcción (Spain). The FISSAC project is coordinated by Acciona Construcción (Spain).
The consortium is composed of 26 partners from 9 countries (8 EU Member States and Turkey)
Acciona Infrastructuras S.A.
Fundación Agustín de Betancourt
Centro Svilupo Materiali
Glass Technology Services
British Glass Manufacturers’ Confederation
SP Sweden Research Org.
Turkish Cement Manufacturers’ Association (TCMB) Turkey Large Industry
AKG Gazbeton Turkey Large Industry
RINA Italy Large Industry
CBI Sweden Research Org.
FENIX Czech Republic
Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification
Public Waste Agency of Flanders (OVAM) Belgium Public Administration
European Assoc. of Cities and Regions for Recycling and Sust. Resource Manag.
INGENIEURBÜRO TRINIUS GmbH
The FISSAC project will develop and demonstrate a new paradigm built on an innovative industrial symbiosis model towards a zero waste approach in the resource intensive industries of the construction value chain, tackling harmonized technological and non technological requirements, leading to material closed-loop processes and moving to a circular economy.
Within the project duration a novel methodology and a new software platform will be developed in order to implement the innovative industrial symbiosis model in a feasible scenario of industrial symbiosis synergies between industries (steel, aluminium, natural stone, chemical and demolition and construction sectors) and stakeholders in the extended construction value chain. It will guide how to overcome technical barriers and non technical barriers, as well as standardisation concerns to implement and replicate industrial symbiosis in a local/regional dimension. The ambition of the model will be to be replicated in other regions and other value chains symbiosis scenarios. The model will be applied based on the three sustainability pillars. FISSAC will demonstrate the applicability of the model as well as the effectiveness of the innovative processes, services and products at the different levels of manufacturing processes and product validation.