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During the next 3 years, CETIM will collaborate with 5 companies to obtain more sustainable cements and concretes, implementing circular economy strategies within the framework of the KEOPS project.

The raw materials to obtain these advanced cements and concretes will be the construction and demolition waste themselves, as well as steel slag from electric arc furnaces.

It will be developed a blockchain application to record and secure precursors and aggregates traceability.

The project, supported by the Center for Technological and Industrial Development (CDTI), brings together five business agents from the entire value chain of the construction sector: ADEC Global, Cromogenia, Cementos Cruz, Extraco and Prefhorvisa.

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Recently, the implementation of the PID (Research and Development Project) REC4Agua "Research and Development of a technology based on Membrane Contactors for the RECovery of Resources present in Wastewater" has been completed. The project, started in 2017 and  in which CETIM collaborated with Espina & Delfín, was aimed at research, development and validation of a technology based on hydrophobic membranes liquid-liquid contactors that allows ammonia...

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[caption id="attachment_8727" align="alignright" width="440"] Máquina de punto modificada para incorporar fibra óptica en el tejido.[/caption] From the Digital Industry Area of ​​CETIM Technology Centre, in collaboration with the family business Textil Roig, we have launched the OPTEX project to develop optical-luminescent fabrics for applications in various market sectors. After improving technique and technology, one of the objectives is to apply luminescent fabrics to new sectors with...

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Humanity demographic and social growth and the development of sanitation and water treatment infrastructure are closely linked. Thanks to them, we live in healthy environments and minimize the impact on the environment around us and from which we supply ourselves.   Although this type of infrastructure was built by societies like the Roman, it was not until 1827 when James Simpson built the first modern and effective...

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