Following the first presentation of the study on Sustainability conducted by KIVI, the Finnish Stone Association, a second presentation was made on 25 June 2020 in which this time the focus was on comparing the carbon footprint of natural stone with other materials.
by N. Careddu, G. Di Capua and G. Siotto.
The Finnish Stone Association, KIVI, has recently completed a study on the sustainability of natural stone. In collaboration with World Natural Stone Association (Wonasa) two webinars were organised on 30 April, 2020 with the objective of presenting this study to the stone industry. Below is the copy of the presentation. Just click on the picture and see and watch it.
Elaborated by Eva Portas Fernández
Joachim Grüter, President of the German Natural Stone Association (DNV)
by Ángela Gonzalez Campos, Directora de Calidad, Prevención de Riesgos Laborales y Desarrollo Sostenible de Centro Tecnológico del Granito de Galicia
One of the most common words used in natural stone quarries is “recovery rate”. Yet when one explores further and speaks to industry people involved in the quarrying business, one finds what they all mean is not so easy to define. When people from different countries involved in quarrying are talking about recovery rate, they may actually be talking of very different things.
Mario Zaniboni email@example.com