The application of the principles of the circular economy in the construction sector represents a colossal challenge given the very high level of activity in this sector. This is why, in response to a request from players in the field, the Luxembourg CleanTech Cluster is piloting a study aimed at matching supply and demand concerning circular construction.
On 7 November 2019, Luxinnovation, together with FEDIL and the Chamber of Skilled Crafts, organised a cross-sector conference on how companies can use digital technologies to turn their production units into smart, connected manufacturing plants.
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Luxembourg Materials & Manufacturing Cluster
The cluster provides specific support activities and services to its members and offers a platform for networking, collaboration and exchange of experience.