EECB Project 2013-2017
In 2013, ClayBrick.org and the University of Pretoria made history through the signing of the agreement to pursue the industry 'Life Cycle Assessme
The Clay Brick Association is committed to assist their member in keeping track of environmental legislation, so they are in a strong position to efficiently and cost-effectively respond to and comply with those regulations.
The 2016 Brick Sustainability Report, provides a detailed account of how the clay brick sector in the UK has performed against its collective sustainability strategy, and demonstrates the progress made since the launch of the first sustainability report in 2001. It reports against the targets set through the collaborative Resource Efficiency Action Plan, and shows significant progress particularly in the areas of waste and water consumption. The robustness of energy and carbon data contained in this report is much improved on early figures.
This document is an excellent example of the type of Sustainability Report the South African clay brick sectors plans to produce in the year ahead.