“31 March 2021 manuscript entitled "A comprehensive summary of available legislation and practices in demolition and CDW management in the arctic region" has been successfully submitted and is presently being given full consideration for publication in the Nordic Concrete Research. We have 94 abstracts after the review process. The number and not at the least the quality of the contributions promises well for the Symposium and will maximize the professional and networking outcome of this event”.
04 March 2021 DeConcrete project was presented in Scientific and Educational Center «Russian Arctic: new materials, technologies and research methods». This center situated in Arkhangelsk was established under Presidential Executive Order No. 204 dated May 7, 2018 “On National Goals and Strategic Objectives of the Russian Federation through to 2024”. It is one of 15 world-class scientific and educational centers (SEC) in RF.
Results ready for the SCM application study with Norway and Finland fines.
15 March 2021 Sintef Narvik organized the meeting under WP2 Demolition for discussing the data in regards to dust and noise emissions
Much information relates to good practices on how to reduce dust and noise on demolition site.
Just before the New Year holiday week, experts of the Laboratory Systems and Technologies Company installed and commissioned the world’s finest Simultaneous DSC/TGA – Discovery SDT 650. This equipment was purchased by the Higher School of Engineering under the international DeConcrete project funded by the Kolarctic Cross-Border Cooperation Program.
The project plan includes not only theoretical research (analysis of scientific data and preparation of analytical reports)
The project plan includes not only theoretical research (analysis of scientific data and preparation of analytical reports), but also a large practical and experimental component. In particular, experts selected concrete samples at demolition sites in Norway and Russia for their subsequent study in laboratories.