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The ReCon Soil project is studying the potential reuse of surplus materials from the construction industry.

Led by the University of Plymouth, it is a cross-Channel research project funded by the European Development Fund and will run until June 2023.

The partner organisations involved in the project are University of Plymouth, CL:AIRE, Eden Project Learning and University of East Anglia from the UK and in France, Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières, Normandie (BRGM), Comité d’Action Technique et Economique, Bretagne (CATÉ) and Université Le Havre Normandie.

More information will be available soon.
You can also subscribe to our eAlert specifically about the ReCon Soil Project (see the box on the right of this page) to receive updates on the project research, upcoming milestones and ways in which you may be able to support the project.

Any questions or comments can be directed to the CL:AIRE ReCon Soil Team via our Help Desk.

The following positions are available as part of the ReCon Soil Project.
Please contact the establishments directly if you are interested.





Post Doctoral
Reconstructed Soils from Waste

Laboratoire Ondes et Milieux Complexes
(LOMC, UMR CNRS 6294 – Le Havre Normandie  Université),
75 rue Bellot,
76600 Le Havre