Two of the world’s main polluters are hidden in plain sight. Cement and steel, so commonly used in the construction sector, represent approximately 13% of our CO2 emissions combined - a perfect example of the impact that energy intensive industries have on our planet’s deterioration. They are both typically produced using highly polluting methods, and we are nowhere near reducing the resulting emissions, even though more sustainable options exist.
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In June, the horizontal standardisation groups CEN-CENELEC Ecodesign Coordination group (Eco-CG) and its Task Force 2 working on Uncertainties, Tolerances and Anti-circumvention (Eco-CG/TF2) co-organised a workshop on the problem of rule-bending
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