• Thursday, November 9, 2023
  • 10:00 - 12:30
  • Memo
  • Agorà Fellini – Sites & Soil Restoration Area C1 pav.
  • Italian
  • organized by Ecomondo Scientific Technical Committee & ANPAR (National Association of Recycled Aggregates Producers) – ASSOAMBIENTE (National Association of Waste management Companies and Circular Economy)

The PNRR (National Recovery and Resilience Plan) envisages the financing of a large number of public works that must be realised within predetermined timeframes and according to environmental sustainability criteria. Many of them infrastructures (roads, ports, railway lines, etc.) will require huge quantities of materials such as sand and gravel to build the foundation or the quays and all related port works.
Recycled aggregates, produced by the treatment of construction and demolition waste, can represent an important alternative to natural materials, also in the light of the positive experiences in their use.

Session Chairs

Paolo Barberi, ANPAR President


10.00-10.20 Introduction by the Chairs

10.20-10.40 Main works financed by PNRR and estimated quantities of aggregates required
Fabrizio Penna, Head of Department in charge of the Mission Unit for the PNRR, Italian Ministry of Environment and Energy Security

10.40-11.00 Technical specifications of aggregates and possibilities for using of recycled aggregates
Pietro Baratono, President of II Sezione Consiglio Superiore LL.PP. (TBD)

11.00-11.20 New technical standards for the use of recycled aggregates in infrastructure
Antonio D’Andrea, University of Rome La Sapienza

11.20-11.40 Test methods to verify the performance of recycled aggregates
Alessandro Marradi, University of Firenze

11.40-12.00 Laboratory investigations and applications in road works of aggregates from construction and demolition waste
Marco Bassani, Politecnico University of Turin

12.00-12.20 Assessing the environmental sustainability of infrastructures
Lorenzo Orsenigo, President of ICMQ

12.20-12.30 Discussion and closure by the Chairs
Riccardo Angiuli, CETMA