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Baustelle - Französische Schule und Gymnasium in Luxemburg

 

Beschreibung der Baustelle:

Bauprojekt des Schulcampus der französischen Schule und des französischen Gymnasiums in Luxemburg.       

Dauer der Baustelle:

12.2015 - 09.2017

Um eine saubere Baustelle und eine Abfallwirtschaft im Einklang mit dem Gesetz zu gewährleisten, haben die Verantwortlichen der Baustelle - Schule und französisches Gymnasium in Luxemburg - eine Abfallwirtschaft nach dem Konzept der SuperDrecksKëscht® eingerichtet.

 

" (..) Eine gut geführte Baustelle, ist eine Visitenkarte sowohl für den Kunden, als auch für das Bauunternehmen (..). "

(Monsieur Mougeot, Bauleiter Tralux)

 

Jeder Beteiligte ist für eine korrekte Abfallsammlung mit verantwortlich, daher ist es wichtig die Informationen weiter zu leiten. Tralux hat hierfür ein Informationsblatt erarbeitet und die Abfallbehälter beschriftet damit jeder Arbeiter richtig informiert ist.

 

 

 

 

Sind die Kriterien des Qualitätslabel der SuperDrecksKëscht® erfüllt, kann die Baustelle das Qualitätslabel der SuperDrecksKëscht® erhalten.

 

 

 

 

" (..) Die Denkweise hat sich in den letzten Jahren stark verändert. Heute sind die Bauherren und Baufirmen viel mehr darauf bedacht Teil einer nachhaltigen Entwicklung zu sein, daher die Wichtigkeit einer zertifizierter Baustelle nach dem Konzept derSuperDrecksKëscht® (..). "

(Monsieur Mougeot, Bauleiter Tralux)

Dismantling buildings in a more cost-efficient and resource-efficient way

If building materials become mixed up after demolition, it is time-consuming and expensive to extract reusable materials as separately as possible for the recycling process. Separately collecting the types of materials in the building before demolition, followed by separate collection on the site, can go a long way towards achieving separate categories of materials, and is therefore preferred over collecting materials mixed together and then proceeding to sort them. Therefore, the requirements for high-quality recycling and better exploitation of the various categories of materials can be achieved better this way. Selective building demolition therefore promotes high-quality recycling. It is also necessary to identify and separately collect contaminated building materials in order to avoid contamination of uncontaminated materials and to dispose of hazardous waste in accordance with legal requirements.

The SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber construction site concept, when applied to dismantling buildings, comprises a variety of measures that all combine as a whole to improve waste prevention and management on the construction site and thereby to contribute towards reducing costs, environmental sustainability and workplace safety.

All demolition, renovation and construction projects must be thoroughly planned and executed to achieve cost savings and to minimise harm to the environment.

As the initiator of the demolition works and the waste producer, the developer bears overall responsibility for designing and producing an inventory of materials.

In order to identify and implement opportunities for reuse/recycling, the Environment Agency of the Luxembourg Government, together with the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, LIST jointly produced a guide on how to produce an inventory of building materials when dismantling a building. This inventory of materials should, if possible, be produced at the beginning of a demolition project and be updated as the dismantling project proceeds.

Demolition Waste

Concepts and measures for waste prevention and recycling according to the principles of the Circular Economy. Any construction, dismantling and demolition work will inevitably create waste. Any relevant legal requirements applying to waste management of hazardous and non-hazardous waste must be identified and implemented. The SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber construction site concept comprises a variety of measures that all combine as a whole to improve waste prevention and management on the construction site and thereby to contribute towards reducing costs, environmental sustainability and workplace safety. Selective building dismantling is playing an increasingly significant role.

 

Procedure

Document - Deconstruction

Referenzbaustellen

Labelawarded Entreprises

Contact: Consultation - Construction sites

Historically, that is to say for the past 30 to 40 years, the benchmark for quality in the systematic assessment of buildings has often been considered to be energy efficiency. Recent years have seen a growing prevalence of building and sustainability assessment systems that, as well as an already comprehensive ecological assessment, also look at broader aspects of assessing housing quality. This means that societal, social, local and other aspects of sustainability are incorporated into the building assessment. In Luxembourg, a certification system was developed, based on existing systems, which is specifically fine-tuned to the needs of residential properties (both houses and flats).

Comprehensive quality assurance during construction is a key factor in professionally implementing a design. There is a whole series of certification systems that enable firms to organise, monitor and improve their processes and the quality of the work they deliver. Most of these systems also include environmental aspects. By selecting certified firms, the quality of construction can be increased.

By choosing certified SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber firms, the construction can be awarded up to 5 points under the LENOZ certification. (Points 5.5.2, 5.5.4, 5.5.6, 5.5.8, 5.5.10 of the LENOZ Handbook, Version 53 dated 12 December 2016).

In addition, up to 2 further points can also be awarded when a comprehensive construction site waste concept complies with SuperDrecksKëscht®rules. (Point 5.5.11 of the LENOZ Handbook, Version 53 dated 12 December 2016).

Separated waste collection, corresponding waste transportation, waste prevention, disposal and providing evidence are the main inspection points for labelling the construction site under the SuperDrecksKëscht® concept.

To register your construction site, please contact Eric Corrignan or Jeff Schmit.

Organisation and Information

Waste sorting, disposal and providing evidence

a) Collection point on the construction site.

Each category of waste materials will be sorted and collected in containers on the construction site. Removal and disposal must be carried out by an authorised disposal firm. You need your provider’s weighing slips or invoices in order to generate the waste balance sheet.

b) Transportation and disposal of waste from each trade individually

Each trade must provide evidence of the quantity disposed of and the recipient of each material.

Operations that have been awarded the SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber Label only need to provide an estimate of the quantity disposed of.

Companies with SDK label

Waste transportation:

a) Collection point on the construction site

The disposal firm must be able th show a valid autorisation from the Luxembourg Environment Agency.

Positive list:

Waste management: Search by company name

b) Transportation and disposal of waste from each trade individually

Each individual trade must be able to show a valid Registration from the Luxembourg Environment Agency.

Waste management: Search by company name or type of registration

Auditing the construction site

Inspection points:

  • Waste collection
  • Waste storage
  • Waste transportation
  • Providing evidence
  • Balance sheet

If the criteria of the SuperDrecksKëscht® concept are met, the construction site may be awarded the SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber label upon completion.

 

Lenoz-Guide

Registration of the construction site LENOZ

Contact: Consultation - Construction sites

Ecological Waste Management at Construction Sites

When a construction site joinsSuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber, it brings the following benefits :

  • Inspection of the construction site by SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber consultants for the label inspection and to report on the status of the sorting centre to the signatories of the framework agreement.
  • Providing stickers to label the different collection containers.
  • Quantifying the volumes of waste generated as part of the construction.
  • Designing the collection point (container size, site plan, etc.) on the construction site.
  • Providing a leaflet to raise awareness of the sorting centre amongst users.
  • Organising additional training (2 hours) for personnel responsible for waste.
  • Using the fact that a construction site is being monitored or managed as a SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber-labelled construction site for advertising purposes.

If the criteria for awarding the SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber quality label are met, the construction site may be granted the SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber quality label. Applying the SuperDrecksKëscht® fir Betriber concept allows developers and operations to contribute to sustainable development.

Procedure

Documents-Building sites

Referenzbaustellen (german)

Labelawarded Enterprises

Consultation - Construction sites

Registration of the construction site CONSTRUCTION

SuperDrecksKëscht® LECO-BOX

The SuperDrecksKëscht® Leco-Box has been developed to help small construction sites to meet the requirements of separate collection. Larger construction sites often have container parks that can be set up on the site. In contrast, construction sites for individual homes usually have limited space.

The SuperDrecksKëscht® Leco-Box enables more than 20 different waste materials to be separately collected and separately stored in the smallest of spaces. It only requires an area roughly the size of a parking space (2100x1140x2320 mm outer dimensions, with no external brackets) to be set up.

The Leco-Box can be modified to match the specific waste materials from each trade as the construction work progresses and can be moved around the construction site by crane or forklift. It enables separate collection of, amongst others, Styrodur, Styropor, plastic sheeting, heavy-duty paper sacks, mineral wool, glass wool, cardboard, and small quantities of spray cans, PU foam cans, bitumen waste, paints/varnishes, hazardous substance packaging, fluorescent lamps, batteries, electrical appliances, cable waste and glass containers, PMC packaging (Valorlux) and household-type waste.

Disposal

The centralised collection of all waste and disposal by a single provider makes it possible to establish an accurate balance sheet and accounts of the waste costs for the construction site. Amongst other things, this is compliant with the Lenoz requirements for subsidising residential construction.

 

Other possible areas of application:

  • By local authorities for waste collection in their workshops.
  • Collection point when organising festivals and concerts.
  • Operations with shortage of space indoors.
  • The LECO-BOX is suitable for storing waste materials outdoors.
  • ...

Purchase

The SuperDrecksKëscht® Leco-Box can be pre-ordered from SuperDrecksKëscht®.Delivery times may take several weeks. You have the option to either hire or purchase the Leco-Box.

Pour en savoir plus, consultez la fiche technique de laLeco-Box de la SuperDrecksKëscht® .

If you have any further questions or would like more information, we will be happy to discuss it with you individually.

 

Pictures Leco-Box

Fiche technique de la SuperDrecksKëscht® Leco-Box

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