International Society for Construction with Alternative Materials (ISCOWA)
1992, following first WASCON Conference in 1991 where decision was taken to set up the Society. 'International Foundation TTPI (Technology Transfer Promotion ISCOWA)', set up in 2004.
Promote exchange of knowledge and results between (private) international experts, specifically in the field of environmental problems of reuse of wastes in building products; be active in the field of technology transfer of reuse and promote low-energy processes and exchange of carbon credits.
Events2022-06 | Hong Kong, Hong Kong – WASCON : International Conference on the Environmental and Technical Implications of Construction with Alternative Materials
2021-06-23 | Hong Kong, Hong Kong – WASCON : International Conference on the Environmental and Technical Implications of Construction with Alternative Materials
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Board, comprising 5 members, including free-lance, private and non-profit. Secretariat based in the Netherlands. Foundation Board, comprising 7 members. Foundation Secretariat.
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