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Circular Economy in Building Construction in Tampere, Finland: Buildings as Material Banks, Current Recycling Possibilities, Future Steering Instruments

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Circular Economy in Building Construction in Tampere, Finland : Buildings as Material Banks, Current Recycling Possibilities, Future Steering Instruments. / Huuhka, Satu; Kolkwitz, Mario; Lahti, Jussi.

2020. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Mining the European Anthroposphere Final Conference, Bologna, Italia.

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Huuhka, S., Kolkwitz, M., & Lahti, J. (2020). Circular Economy in Building Construction in Tampere, Finland: Buildings as Material Banks, Current Recycling Possibilities, Future Steering Instruments. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Mining the European Anthroposphere Final Conference, Bologna, Italia. https://doi.org/10.34726/4nat-yb46

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Huuhka, Satu ; Kolkwitz, Mario ; Lahti, Jussi. / Circular Economy in Building Construction in Tampere, Finland : Buildings as Material Banks, Current Recycling Possibilities, Future Steering Instruments. Julkaisun esittämispaikka: Mining the European Anthroposphere Final Conference, Bologna, Italia.

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