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  • CEN/TC 350 Sustainability of construction works FiGBC 26.1.2012 Pekka Vuorinen Environment & Energy
  • European framework on ”sustainability”
    • Energy Performance Building Directive (EPBD)
    • EcoDesign Directive (energy related products)
    • Energy Labelling Directive (energy related products)
    • EcoLabelling Regulation
    • EcoLabel for Buildings (first priority office buildings)
    • Energy Efficiency Action Plan (2007-2012, 2013-2020)
    • Green Public Procurement (GPP)
    • Construction and Demolition Waste
    • Lead Market Iniative (on Sustainable Construction)
    • Resource Efficiency
      • EC (DG/Env) communication on Sustainable buildings (exp. 2013)
    • CPR -> obligatory CE marking of CPs 1th July 2013
  • Sustainable building – transparently and credibly Source: RIL/ROTI Environmental ratings of buildings Indicators for sustainable building Building level assessment Environmental related data -> EPDs (contruction products) Benchmarking Standardisation
  • European standardisation actives in the frame of environmental policies CEN/TC350 Sustainability of construction works
      • European horizontal standards for the sustainability assessment of buildings -> One system in Europe -> harmonized approach
      • Sustainability assessment with the performance based approach in terms of:
        • Environmental performance (EC DG/Ent EPD-mandate M/350)
        • Social performance
        • Economic performance
      • Life cycle approach with the quantitative indicators
      • Taking into account also the wishes/needs of the relevant policies of the EC related to the Construction products (Eco-design, Greening Public Procurement, Energy-label, Eco-label, Lead Market Initiative, European Platform on LCA)
      • Prevention of potential technical trade barriers, internal and international market (and linking harmonized EPD to the CE-marking)
      • Construction Product Directive (CPD) -> Regulation (CPR) within 2-3 years
        • CE marking of construction products / BWR7 ”Sustainable use of natural resources”
      • In accordance with the international framework of ISO standards
  • CEN/TC350 standard package (11/2011)
    • Framework
    • EN 15643-1 Sustainability of construction works – Sustainability assessment of buildings – Part 1: General framework
    • EN 15643-2 Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of buildings - Part 2: Framework for the assessment of environmental performance
    • EN 15643-3 Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of buildings - Part 3 Framework for the assessment of social performance
    • EN 15643-4 Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of buildings - Part 4 Framework for the assessment of economic performance
    • Environmental package
    • EN 15978 Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of environmental performance of buildings – Calculation method
    • EN 15804 Sustainability of construction works - Environmental product declarations - Core rules for the product category of construction products
    • EN 15942 Sustainability of construction works - Environmental product declarations communication format – Business to Business
    • CEN/TR 15941 Sustainability of construction works - Environmental product declarations - Methodology for selection and use of generic data
    • Under development
    • prEN 16309 Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of social performance of buildings – Methods
    • WI Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of economic performance of buildings – Methods
  • Construction products are intermediate products
  • Assessment covering entire life cycle! Goal: Environmental (also social and economic) assessment of buildings including raw material supply, product manufacturing, transport, construction, use of building, de-construction, recycling/re-use and disposal of materials/products. 1 – 2 years 50 – 200 years ???
  • Example of overall building assessment vs. product performance Total energy consumption, design life 60 years Basement B Basement A Operational energy use Energy use for product manufacturing Improving of technical characteristic/performance of a product may increase energy use in manufacturing but decreases operational energy use significantly during use stage! Respectively are emissions decreasing! Source: JOMAR - A Model for Accounting the Environmental Loads from Building Constructions, StØ 2007
  • EN15804 EPD - core rules for the product category of CPs = Rules for drafting Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) EN 15978 : Calculation methods Future CEN/TR : Use of EPDs EN 15643-1: General Framework EN 15643-2 : Environmental Framework EN 15643-3 : Framework for assessment of social performance of buildings EN 15643-4: Framework for the assessment of economic performance Indicators for environ. impacts same at product and building level: e.g. GWP, ozone depletion, eutrophication, use of resources etc. Product level Building level Framework CEN/TC350 standard package Environmental impacts of buildings ” Social” aspects/impacts LCC (?) ≠ NO product level comparisons!!! EN 15942 “EPD – Communication format B to B”
  • EN 15804: 22 environmental standardised indicators!
    • Global Warming
    • Ozone Depletion
    • Acidification for soil and water
    • Eutrophication
    • Photochemical ozone creation
    • Depletion of abiotic resources -elements
    • Depletion of abiotic resources - fossil fuels
    • Use of renewable primary energy excluding renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
    • Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
    • Use of non renewable primary energy excluding non renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
    • Use of non renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
    • Use of secondary material
    • Use of renewable secondary fuels
    • Use of non renewable secondary fuels
    • Use of net fresh water
    • Hazardous waste disposed
    • Non hazardous waste disposed
    • Radioactive waste disposed
    • Components for re-use
    • Materials for recycling
    • Materials for energy recovery
    • Exported energy
  • The indicators are standardised; Sustainability is not standardised!
    • EN15804: 22 env. indicators
    • Global Warming
    • Ozone Depletion
    • Acidification for soil and water
    • Eutrophication
    • Photochemical ozone creation
    • Depletion of abioticresources-elements
    • Depletion of abioticresources-fossil fuels
    • Use of renewable primary energy excluding renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
    • Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
    • Use of non renewable primary energy excluding non renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
    • Use of non renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials
    • Use of secondary material
    • Use of renewable secondary fuels
    • Use of non renewable secondary fuels
    • Use of net fresh water
    • Hazardous waste disposed
    • Non hazardous waste disposed
    • Radioactive waste disposed
    • Components for re-use
    • Materials for recycling
    • Materials for energy recovery
    • Exported energy
    • What sustainability ?
    • Member States / Regions:
    • Different interpretations of Sustainability
    • Will define what indicator(s) to use for quantifying sustainability
    • Will have to agree what indicator to “harmonise”
    • CONCERN:
    • will industry then be faced with the obligation to declare 22 indicators ?
    • The Commission is keeping silent in setting a social-political choice
  • Many Commissions initiaves related to ”sustainability”
    • Most recent/actual for the construction sector:
    • CPR: with BWR3 and BWR7
    • EcoDesign Directive
    • Ecolabel for products
    • Ecolabel for buildings
    • Energy label for products
    • Green Public Procurement
    • REACH
    • Resource Efficiency Action Plan
    • ……………………… .
    • Industry concern
    • No coordination of DG’s
    • Lack of coherence
    • Lack of consistence
    • Too simple approach in setting product requirements
    • Lack of understanding on the implications from the fact that construction products are intermediate products
    • Too many, too much, too open for MS: creating barriers to trade!
  • Consistent, coherent and single assessment needed!
  • CEN/TC350 on Eco design directive
    • The environmental standards for sustainable construction with the horizontal methodology and standardized environmental indicators developed by CEN/TC350 under the horizontal standardization mandate M/350, i.e.:
      • EN 15643-2 Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of buildings - Part 2: Framework for the assessment of environmental performance;
      • EN 15978; Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of environmental performance of buildings - Calculation method;
      • EN 15804 Sustainability of construction works – Environmental product declarations – Core rules for the product category of construction products already cover the aspects and needs of Ecodesign Directive related to construction products.
    • CEN should take into account existing EN standards and the mandated drafts under development when giving responses to the new mandates. In the case of construction products and their possible relation to Ecodesign Directive this specifically should mean a clear recognition of the above-mentioned CEN/TC350 standards as an existing horizontal European system for construction products and avoidance of “double work”
    • Consequently, the horizontal EN-standardized methodology and indicators for the assessment of environmental performance of construction products aiming at the level of the construction works with the performance based approach developed by CEN/TC350 is the only way to have a trade barrier free EU Internal market for construction products also in the field of the environmental requirements