Cost-Effective Circular Economy Solutions for Excavated Soils
September 22, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm PDT
Excavated soils from construction sites are the most significant source of waste volume.
In some countries, it is five times the volume of household waste.
Dealing with excavated material is also costly and is often one of the most common reasons a construction project can go overtime or over budget.
As environmental matters come to the spotlights, construction sites struggle to find cost-effective and sustainable solutions to deal with the excavated soils and fill material needs.
Join us on Wednesday, September 22, and learn:
- Where does all the excavated material go?
- Why is the industry shrouded with mystery?
- How can construction sites lower their environmental footprint while saving time and money?
- Who else can benefit from these savings?
Mana Arabi, P.Eng, CEO and co-founder of Fill Connect Inc., a fill exchange marketplace for the construction industry. As a civil engineer with over 20 years of experience, Mana has worked on many private and public projects in Canada and the United States for prominent companies such as Dragados, SNC-Lavalin, Norland Ltd., Lafarge, and Eurovia.
Hwayda Kater: Co-founder and product manager of Fill Connect Inc. and founder of Magnas Media Inc., a communication design agency helping businesses communicate their value to the marketplace.
Sponsored by Fill Connect Inc.
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