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The production and harvesting of raw materials for building purposes take place on a global scale, and the construction industry is a multibillion dollar sector.
The construction industry’s environmental performance is increasingly being closely examined, especially in light of the sustainability and availability of specific materials as well as the extraction of the large amounts required to meet the requirements and ambitions of the global society.
50% of all items created globally are consumed by the construction industry, making it a big user of materials. Building materials can be broadly divided into two types of sources: natural and artificial.
Natural building materials, like wood or glass, are ones that need little or no processing before being used in construction..
The South Africa Building Materials Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The ecoASA label, developed by Agrément South Africa (ASA), is an ecolabelling system for goods used and sold as construction materials in the nation.
The Department of Public Works and Infrastructure designated ASA as the competent body (and licensor) to supervise the adoption of the ecolabelling system in the commercial and public sectors. ASA is an organisation inside this department.
The method was modified to fit the South African construction industry and is based on current international standards.
Around the world, ecolabelling is a voluntary technique of environmental performance certification and labelling. It identifies goods or services within a given category that have been shown to be more environmentally friendly or preferable
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