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Heembouw, a prominent company specializing in the design and construction of sustainable and healthy buildings, has joined Circular Plastics Alliance in the battle against plastic pollution. As an innovative force within the construction industry, Heembouw is responsible for projects from concept and design to delivery and maintenance, with a strong emphasis on making a positive impact on the environment.

Heembouw’s sustainability vision aligns with this commitment. “We are aware of the impact of our actions on the planet and are genuinely driven to do better.” For example, through the use of circular and biobased materials. Buildings play a crucial role in contemporary environmental issues, and Heembouw understands that sustainability is not only about reusable materials but also about minimizing the CO2 footprint both during construction and later in the use of these buildings.

Sustainability is deeply ingrained in Heembouw’s DNA, manifesting in their material choices, the use of (electric) equipment, and their consideration of the overall life cycle of a building. They have already implemented numerous green initiatives, such as reducing emissions on construction sites, promoting nature-inclusive design and construction, and separating construction waste since 2010, with up to 90% being reused as raw materials for new products.

Furthermore, they are now collaborating with Circular Plastics Alliance to further reduce the use of single-use plastics. Their focus is on replacing single-use packaging and meticulously documenting their current plastic usage.

With Heembouw as a partner within Circular Plastics Alliance, all members can benefit from their extensive knowledge of sustainable design and construction. Heembouw contributes valuable experiences to the transition towards a circular construction sector, making it an essential and unique addition to our Alliance.

from left to right: Henk Kras, Raymond Plasmans (Heembouw), Nico-Jan van Es (Heembouw), Martin Meurs (2Return), André van Brummen (RTI Blockchain), Burak Bassullu (Heembouw)


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