Events of the 1st workshop on the Recycling of Materials in Roads Construction held at VTI in Linköping on the 11th and 12th of October 2017: A post workshop report


As part of international cooperation activities, the pavement technology division at VTI hosted two days workshop that brought together key stakeholders across Japan, Sweden, Denmark and the Netherlands to shear knowledge, discuss achievements, challenges and lessons arising from recycling of by-products and industrial wastes in roads construction in Europe and Japan. The workshop took place on the 11th and 12th of October 2017 at the VTI’s head office in Linköping. Representatives from Taisei Rotec Corporation, Nichireki Co. LTD, Nippo Steel and Sumitomo Metal, the committee on pavement engineering of the Japan Society of Civil Engineers (JSCE), Fukuoka University, Kraton Corperation, the Danish Road Directorate, the Swedish Transport Administration, Peab Asfalt, Re:Source and VTI have attended the activities of the workshop and shared their experiences on the efforts spent in their countries to use as much as possible industrial by- products and wastes instead of version materials in roads construction.



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