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1/ Reducing the carbon footprint of PMCBs through eco-design

Given the millions of tons of waste from the building industry and the lifespan of existing materials on the market, it is now essential to work on the production of different products and materials, whose design is, from the outset, thought out differently: this means taking into account, from the initial design phase, the future carbon footprint of the products and materials, both in their design and in their maintenance, use or utilization (this is known as eco-design). The characteristics of the building's products and materials will thus be developed upstream to improve the environmental performance of the finished product throughout its life cycle.

2/ Structuring and coordinating the building sector: innovation for an increasingly virtuous sector

The sector must be structured today to think, to innovate, to design and to direct the actors towards more virtuous products and materials, whose treatment and recycling can be optimized in order, for example, to be reused and re-injected into the sector: in short, the challenge is to put in place the conditions necessary to create a real circular economy in the building products and materials sector.