Biopolymers: Cement Replacement

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Abstract

Given the increasing scarcity of resources, a transition from the traditional linear “make-take-waste” production scenario to a circular model is essential to be able to meet the needs of future generations. In the circular economy concept1 products are designed in such a way that their components fit as nutrients in either the biological cycle – biodegradable after use, recycled, and regrown by nature itself – or the technical cycle of industrial non-renewable materials whose finite stocks need to be secured by high-level recycling.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCultivated Building Materials
Subtitle of host publicationIndustrialized Natural Resources for Architecture and Construction
EditorsDirk E. Hebel, Felix Heisel
Place of PublicationBasel
PublisherSpringer
Pages108-115
ISBN (Print)978-3-0356-1106-9
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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    van Paassen, L., & Kulshreshtha, Y. (2017). Biopolymers: Cement Replacement. In D. E. Hebel, & F. Heisel (Eds.), Cultivated Building Materials: Industrialized Natural Resources for Architecture and Construction (pp. 108-115). Springer.