Sustainability in Buildings: New Trends in the Management of Construction and Demolition Waste
This Topic, "Sustainability in Buildings: New trends in the management of construction and demolition waste", aims to collect works related to the use of new sustainable building materials, new trends in the recycling of materials for their application in construction, and the application of new techniques and measurement processes that favor the development of sustainable construction.
Contributions related to the proposed lines of research and that allow improving the management of construction and demolition waste for its application in the building sector are appreciated. The main idea is to promote the development of new construction materials and new measurement techniques from different perspectives such as sustainability, materials science, measurement techniques, and the development of novel sensors and data collection equipment. However, there is also room for other contributions related to construction and that is in line with the scope of the Sustainable Development Goals included in the 2030 agenda.
Therefore, this Topic can help complement the existing literature on construction and demolition waste management from a multidisciplinary perspective that encourages the exchange of ideas and points of view. For this reason, we encourage all researchers working in areas of knowledge related to construction materials and green buildings to submit their research.
Prof. Dr. Carlos Morón Fernández
Dr. Daniel Ferrández Vega
- Treatment of construction and demolition waste
- Circular economy applied to the building
- Clean production in the construction sector
- New eco-friendly construction materials
- Technology innovation in sustainable building
- Gypsum, lime, mortar, concrete, and composite materials with incorporation of CDW
- New recycling processes applied to buildings
- Development of sensors and measurement systems applied to buildings
- Gender equality and opportunities in building
|Journal Name||Impact Factor||CiteScore||Launched Year||First Decision (median)||APC|
|3.889||5.0||2009||16.7 Days||2000 CHF||Submit|
|3.748||4.7||2008||15.3 Days||2300 CHF||Submit|
|3.847||6.4||2001||16.2 Days||2400 CHF||Submit|
|2.838||3.7||2011||17.4 Days||2300 CHF||Submit|
|3.352||3.5||2013||13 Days||2000 CHF||Submit|
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