Pressure on the construction sector to reduce its environmental impact will only increase.

Hollowcore producers should be aware of how this could affect competition in their markets and perception of their products.

Hollowcore flooring offers a number of advantages when it comes to sustainability, particularly reducing embodied CO2 (emissions associated with the manufacture and disposal of construction products).

During 2021, IPHA commissioned a study on the environmental impact of hollowcore slabs when compared with other floor systems in a typical representative structure.

We will be presenting the results of this study, as well as further insights into sustainability issues affecting precast concrete producers and the built environment, during our next live webinar at 1 pm (BST) / 2 pm (CET) on Thursday April 28.

The webinar schedule is as follows:

Part I – Joining Forces for Sustainability

Part II – Environmental Impact of Hollowcore Slabs in a School Building

Part III – DELTABEAM® Green with Hollowcore Flooring

There will also be time for audience Q&A after each part. Joining IPHA’s Webmaster Tom Goosey to present the webinar and answer your questions will be:

Tomas Plauska

Tomas Plauska

Sustainability Manager

Consolis Group

Simo Hakkarainen

Simo Hakkarainen

DELTABEAM® Business Director


Free Registration for IPHA Members

Attendance is free for all IPHA members, and you can confirm your registration for the webinar by clicking the button below.

Please feel free to share this internally with colleagues who may be interested but are not registered on the IPHA mailing list.

If you’re unable to attend on the specified time and date, there’s no need to worry, as the webinar will also be recorded and available to view via the IPHA website at a later date.

We hope to see you there!