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Supporters Bulletin April 2021

During the Annual Meeting earlier this month the Supporters Committee meeting was complemented by an “Expert Talk on Circular Economy in the HVAC Industry”. REHVA invited three speakers to present and discuss with our supporters on what the challenges and tools are to integrate circular economy principles in the construction sector and in particular HVAC. Josefina Lindblom (European Commission – DG ENV) presented the Level(s) framework, Mirko Sauvan (SWEGON) talked about why life-cycle assessment matters for HVAC suppliers and Olaf Oosting (Valstar Simonis – TVVL) presented his experiences with challenges and tools to think about circular economy principles.

Read the full report here.

The full recording of the event will also become available on our Expert Area in May 2021.


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