The construction sector consumes

of all raw materials

At WasteBuild you will learn how to win work by going circular

Buildings produce

of all carbon emissions

Meet clients and developers at WasteBuild working to reduce carbon
form their next projects

Construction creates

of all waste

Be inspired by those thinking and designing differently at WasteBuild

Building materials account for

of total carbon emissions over the life of a building

At WasteBuild exhibitors will help you to reduce the embodied carbon in your next projects

Welcome to Wastebuild

It’s time for action!

Following an incredible launch event in 2019, WasteBuild continued to grow in 2020 despite the challenges we were all facing last year.  Unfortunately it is now clear that the easing of restrictions will not come quite soon enough for WasteBuild in Amsterdam this Summer, but we are delighted to announce our new Online-Only dates and collaboration with the World Architecture Festival - the world's largest architectural awards programme.

WasteBuild EVERYWHERE will now run ONLINE from 15-16 July as part of a week-long programme of architectural content alongside WAF.  WasteBuild will remain focussed purely on circular and regenerative solutions for the built environment and to showcasing tangible practical and scalable solutions to help you reduce the embodied carbon in your next project.

WasteBuild EVERYWHERE is the must attend event for the international construction industry to be inspired, meet new contacts and to win business in the new circular built environment sector.

Enquire about our exhibiting opportunities, download the conference brochure or register now!

Amsterdam adopts doughnut economy model - mobile

Amsterdam adopts doughnut economy model

Construction industry to halve consumption of raw materials - mobile

Construction industry to halve consumption of raw materials

Completely circular built environment - mobile

Completely circular built environment

Take-Make-Waste is dead

The outdated linear model of TAKE-MAKE-WASTE is dead. Public and private organisations across the world are investing in and adopting robust circular economy road maps, not only because we have to, but because the circular economy makes business and financial sense.

Become a member today and find out how the built environment can start to tackle climate change by transitioning towards a circular economy model. Be the first to find out how to win more work and to make your next project more circular than your last.

Join the WasteBuild community and meet the world’s largest community of architects, engineers, developers and clients who are exclusively looking to accelerate their knowledge of circular built environment solutions.


33,598,641,804
Tons of resources extracted from Earth Globally this year
804,043,569
Tons of waste dumped Globally this year
48,166,866
Tons of plastic waste dumped in oceans In the world
1,991,474,394
Tons of CO2 emitted into the atmosphere This year