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BRICK-BEACH - Artificial regeneration of urban beaches with eroded recylced aggregates Velez-malaga, Spain Circular economy

Edit 20 March 2019 by Miguel Lucena Barranquer, UIA expert

How to use debris and demolition waste to regenerate a sandy beach - a zoom-in on BRICK BEACH

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Construction and demolition waste is always seen as one of the main barriers for implementing a circular economy. Instead, in Velez-Malaga they saw it as an opportunity and thanks to BRICK_BEACH they are using debris to regenerate a sandy beach inside the city. Have a look at this video developed by UIA Expert Miguel Lucena.

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