Adi Mager - Nice to meet you
Originally from Israel, I studied geography and environmental studies at Tel Aviv University. Since completing my studies, I’ve worked as a consultant, researcher, and lecturer specializing in construction waste management, raw materials for the construction industry, and circular economies.
In the past, I’ve worked with government officials, industry leaders, organizations, and the general public. It was during this time that I founded and managed IRMI – the Israeli forum for raw materials innovation. The forum has brought together leading experts to discuss the latest trends and innovations in raw materials for the construction and infrastructure industries.
As of today, I am pursuing my PhD in Environmental Studies at Tel Aviv University’s Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences under the guidance of Dr. Vered Blass. The focus of my research is on the issue of illegal construction waste in open areas. In addition, I am an academic advisor and lecturer at the Faculty of Business Administration at Ono Academic College, where I teach the course “Sustainability and Innovation.”
My vision for the future is to continue driving innovation and sustainable practices in raw materials in the construction and infrastructure industry. My goal is to inspire and lead others towards a circular economy, where waste is minimized and resources are used efficiently.
Thanks for checking out my site. Let me know if you have any questions or want to learn more about my work.