WasteBuild Zero Awards

Celebrating low carbon solutions in the built environment The WasteBuild Zero Awards recognises the innovation and achievements of European built environment organisations and projects delivering innovative low carbon and circular economy solutions.

The awards are open for any of the built environment supply chain to enter for a chance to demonstrate how they are working towards designing waste out of the process and reducing embodied carbon emissions.

We will announce winners online on May 11th, and in person at WasteBuild Zero at NDSM Amsterdam, where trophies will be presented during an informal ceremony, followed by a drinks reception on the show floor. 

May 11th
17:00 - 17:30    WasteBuild Zero Award winners announcement and trophy presentation | NDSM, Amsterdam

17:30        Full winners announcement released online | Online

17:30 - 18:30    Drinks reception | NDSM, Amsterdam


Extended Early Bird Deadline: 27 January 2023 - €175 per entry + VAT

Entry Deadline: 10 February 2023 - €250 per entry + VAT

About the conference

WBZ is a two-day event for architects, specifiers and developers from across Europe who are looking for inspiration for how they can reduce their, and their clients, carbon impact and to increase their carbon literacy.

Exhibitors will be made up of those innovators who have solutions available now that can reduce the embodied carbon and waste from your current projects and those who will enable you to accelerate your transition to a circular business practice.

We have designed WasteBuild Zero with disassembly and reuse in mind and it is essential for us that our venue partner embodies these values too. The NDSM is an old shipping warehouse in a district that has been regenerated into a living lab in the city where creative and circular economy focussed activity is nurtured and encouraged.

Our stand constructions are 100% reusable and we have created zero waste exhibition guidelines for our exhibitors.

Where we have identified items that cannot be effectively recycled and would end up in landfill or the incinerator, we refuse to use them.

WasteBuild Zero in partnership with AJ and MRW, and supported by Property Week