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Tuesday October 2nd, 2018


The circular economy: at the heart of Bouygues Construction’s strategic thinking

Transforming waste into resources: when the circular economy disrupts our growth models and the way we consume and produce goods. Bouygues Construction is fully committed to acting as a responsible and committed industry player.

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