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SMART CONSTRUCTION MANAGER will improve the control of site management and the supply chain of materials through a common use tool that incorporates different 4.0 technologies such as Artificial Vision, Digital Twins or Internet of Things devices. 0ACCIDNTES, Best National Innovation Project 2023 according to the Spanish Construction Technology Platform, will increase site surveillance and help prevent and ensure faster action in the event of accidents. [caption...

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Smart2ReDuCe is a project we are working on at our Technological Centre to contribute to the Circular Economy and the decarbonisation of the sector, converting waste into new sustainable materials for construction. The construction and operation of buildings accounts for almost 40% of the depletion of natural resources and generates 25% of the world's waste. Construction and Demolition Waste (C&DW) has become one of the main...

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For World Water Day, we show you that the challenges currently facing water resources can be overcome thanks to the development of new technologies that improve the processes for obtaining and treating water. LIFE GREEN SEWER, NICE and RESURGENCE are examples of how reused water can be obtained, reducing environmental impact and economic costs. [video width="1280" height="720" mp4="https://cetim.es/wp-content/uploads/2024/03/Dia-Mundial-del-Agua-4.mp4"][/video]   World Water Day has been celebrated since 1993 to remind...

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We celebrate the World Energy Day by recalling the importance of promoting a respectful and sustainable use of energy resources. Green hydrogen and the development of other safe and efficient storage and transport options are key to decarbonising the economy and achieving climate neutrality. [caption id="attachment_15340" align="aligncenter" width="752"] World Energy Day - 14th February 2024.[/caption] Today is the World Energy Day, an important day to remember the importance...

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The staff of our Technological Centre is made up of 64% women, most of whom hold positions of high responsibility. Currently, some sectors, such as water treatment, energy storage or digital, continue to have more men than women, although this is beginning to change. [caption id="attachment_15305" align="aligncenter" width="907"] CETIM scientists.[/caption] This Sunday, 11th February, we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, an opportunity to...

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CETIM, in collaboration with the industrial fabric, developed a new binding material from construction and demolition waste and iron and steel slag, to minimise the environmental impact associated with the production of this type of material [caption id="attachment_15185" align="aligncenter" width="570"] CETIM's Sustainable Construction Materials Laboratory.[/caption] One of the main challenges facing the construction sector is to find alternatives to Portland cement, a material with significant environmental burdens....

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CETIM is collaborating on the project by researching the photocatalysis process and studying advanced materials for hydrogen storage. [caption id="attachment_14933" align="aligncenter" width="769"] BIOPHOTO: Research into the production and storage of green hydrogen from organic waste.[/caption] The crisis in the energy sector, which began with an increase in gas and electricity prices in 2021, has evolved into a raw material supply crisis. Therefore, developing renewable alternatives such as...

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Our Technological Centre will once again participate in the European forum that connects talent, scientific-technological development, access to investment and business. CETIM will participate again this year in Transfiere, the European Forum for Science, Technology and Innovation, which will be held on 20th, 21st and 22nd March at the Trade Fairs and Congress Centre of Malaga (FYCMA). The event's Organising Committee has already announced that this...

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Ángeles Vázquez, the second vice-president of the Xunta de Galicia and Regional Minister for the Environment, Territory, and Housing, visited our facilities this morning. During the visit, she gained firsthand insights into our Technology Centre's dedication to environmental initiatives. [caption id="attachment_15096" align="aligncenter" width="872"] From left to right, Sagrario Pérez, General Director of Environmental Quality, Sustainability and Climate Change; Ángeles Vázquez, Second Vice-President of the Xunta de...

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