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Multi Award-Winner start-up business leading Ground-breaking Circular Solutions for the Built Environment.
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Since ALDStone's launch in 2018, Susana has managed to create a great awareness of ALDStone's existence and a high level of recognition among respectful professionals in the Built Environment sector. In less than a year Susana has become an icon within the construction industry. She speaks at CE events, educational institutions and holds presentations for professionals better understanding of the solutions that are brought forward to be accelerated to help reaching Net Zero Emissions target & related SDGs.
ALDStone's solutions implementation are essential to get the positive results our ecosystem needs. Susana's mission is Closing the Loop for the Tiles industry.
A Multi Award-Winner,
BUILD 2020 Home Builder Awards Winner, UK (To be announced on 27/03/2020)
At ALDStone we provide unique multi award-winning flexible underlay building materials systems solutions that enable reusability of tiles materials that apply to floors and walls surfaces, allowing ease of installation. Services include using thin, light-weight coverings plus a novel leasing model. Our solutions use less material and are reusable, almost indefinitely. We reduce waste of natural resources and pollution created by the built environment sector, which are economically and environmentally unsustainable.
Connect, collaborate, help to transform and create leadership together with us in a growing building materials market by enabling and helping others to become fully sustainably circular.
Let's better use and reuse what we already have.
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