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LUXEMBOURG CREATIVE 2016 : Plateformes d'échange (3)


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Plateformes d'échange : quand les déchets des uns deviennent les matières premières des autres

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LUXEMBOURG CREATIVE 2016 : Plateformes d'échange (3)

  1. 1. Conférence Luxembourg Creative Arlon, 17/6/2016 Jeannot Schroeder / Paul Schosseler
  2. 2. Sommaire ● Le projet C2C Bizz ● Le concept C2C ● Cas d’étude Ecoparc Windhof au Luxembourg – Energies renouvelables et gestion intelligente – La gestion des déchets, l’exemple du papier 2
  3. 3. C2C Bizz project ● 11 NWE partners: government, knowledge institutes and companies ● Objective: To encourage the application of C2C on business sites – A C2C business site is a site that is future proof (flexible and resilient) and has a positive effect on society, nature and economy – Concrete C2C examples on pilot sites – Raise interest of companies and governmental organisations in C2C – Feasibility (financial) to apply C2C on business sites 3
  4. 4. Environmental Research & Innovation Department (ERIN) E-science Life cycle sustainability and risk assessment Valorization of plants for industrial applications Water security & safety 4
  5. 5. Life Cycle Sustainability and Risk assessment LIST / ERIN Prospective sustainability analysis towards circular economy Quantifying the sustainability of policies and business decisions towards resource efficiency and circularity affecting large urban and natural systems, supply chains and markets Sustainable design of products and technologies Quantifying the lifecycle sustainability of innovative products and technologies Prospective risk assessment of emerging substances Science based assessment of (eco- and human-) toxicity of emerging chemicals, nanomaterials From the level of substances to large scale techno-economic- social systems Smart Manufacturing Smart Cities 5
  6. 6. How to implement C2C principles in an economic zone ? 6
  7. 7. Cradle to Cradle principles WASTE EQUALS FOOD Nutrients become nutrients again OR Everything is a resource for something else USE CURRENT SOLAR INCOME Renewable sources powered by sun CELEBRATE DIVERSITY Biodiversity - Cultural diversity Conceptual diversity 7
  8. 8. Waste equals food BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENTS TECHNICAL NUTRIENTS& Source: EPEA Internationale Umweltforschung GmbH. 8
  9. 9. Products CRADLE TO CRADLE NUTRIENT PROFILING – ABC-X CLASSIFICATION Defined use period Design for (dis) assembly Steelcase Think Chair. Source: McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC). Source: EPEA Internationale Umweltforschung GmbH. = 9
  10. 10. Buildings Bionorica Neumarkt Source: EPEA Internationale Umweltforschung GmbH. 10
  11. 11. Tools C2C-bizz video 11
  12. 12. Tools - Guide 12
  13. 13. Sustainable Industries Park in London will close material loops by setting up a material database and enhancing the exchange of materials between companies. At Ecoparc Windhof in Luxembourg sustainable energy will be generated for the business site. In Lille the brownfield La Lainière will be refurbished with attention to different forms of diversity. Economic zones - pilot sites 13
  14. 14. Study context – Ecoparc Windhof ● Existing industrial zone 100.000 m² – Offices: 20.000 m² – Storage/industrial: 75.000 m² – Stores and restaurants: 5.000 m² – In progress 35.000 m² – in total > 150 companies ● 7 partners ● 12 buildings ● Case studies: energy / paper 14 14
  15. 15. Outil EXCEL pour évaluer le potentiel des énergies renouvelables Solar PV Potential Calculation Solar Thermal Potential E=AvSol×A×OPVEf×InvEf E = AvSol ×A × OColEf Average Solar Radiation (AvSol) 1270 kWh/m².an Average Solar Radiation (AvSol) 1270 kWh/m².an Area of PV Modules (A) 4.657 m2 Area of Solar Collector (A) 517 m2 Available Area 13.970 m2 Available Area 1.552 m2 Exploitation Factor (f) 33% % Exploitation Factor (f) 33% % Distance between modules (d) 6 m Distance between collectors (d) 6 m Module width (b) 2 m Collector width (b) 2 m Overall Efficiency (OPVEf) 16% % Overall Collector Efficiency (OColEf) 35% % PV Module Efficiency 16% % Percentage of Optimum 100% % Solar Thermal Potential (E) 229.984,30 kWh/an Efficiency of Inverters (InvEf) 95% % Solar Photovoltaic Potential (E) 898.910,06 kWh/an Low Enthalpy Geothermal Potential Calculation Choose the Type of Collector Wind Potential Horizontal E = AvWs^3×0.48×(T /1000) × EfWT × RD^2 Area (A) 3.530 m2 Piping Length (PL) 45 m Average Wind Speed (AvWs) 3,5 m/s Pond/Lake Time Frame (T) 8760 h Pond Area (PA) - m2 Efficiency of Wind Turbine (EfWT) 45% % Piping Length (PL) - m Rotor Diameter (RD) 3 m Vertical Area (A) 3.530 m2 Wind Anual Energy Output Potential (E) 730,14 kWh/time frame Distance (D) 6 m Maximum Depth (MD) 40 m Piping Length (PL) 27 m Horizontal Collector Heat Pump Power 89 kW Pond/Lake Collector Heat Pump Power #VALEUR! kW Vertical Collector Heat Pump Power 370 kW 15
  16. 16. Electricité Chaleur Consommation 4.214.494 kWh/an Consommation 4.113.820 kWh/an Production Production Photovoltaïque 898.910 kWh/an Sol. Thermique 229.984 kWh/an Eolien 18.253 kWh/an Géothermie 554.880 kWh/an 22% Potentiel électricité Energie renouvelable reste 19% Potentiel chaleur Enregie renouvelable Reste 16
  17. 17. Smart Metering - résultatsCAMPAGNE SMART ANALYZER ECOPARC WINDHOF Analyse monitoring Smart Analyzer S.Patouraux - CSD 09/2014 Page 1 Bâtiment 2 - Ecoparc Windhof +/-175 kWh / j +/-160kWh / j +/-20 kWh/j Conso. groupe froid +/-115 kWh/j Gain potentiel bât. 1 coupure clim. nuit & WE: +/- 20.000kWh/an = Economie de 20% Bâtiment 1 - Ecoparc Windhof 17
  18. 18. Green Building Solutions Awards 2015 Organisés par Construction21 - catégorie energies renouvelables (, triple certification HQE, BREEAM, FGNB)) 18
  19. 19. C2C BIZZ - gestion des matériaux ● Flux de matériaux considérés dans le présent contexte (zone économique) – Processus liés à la construction et à l’infrastructure – Activités principales – Gestion du site 19
  20. 20. C2C material management Example – Paper cascade ● Paper cannot be recycled endlessly -> not a technical nutrient ● Wood should be used at its highest potential first (ex: furniture); then recycled into chipboard, then paper, etc. ● Burning for energy recovery and ashes is the lowest level of the cascade 20
  21. 21. C2C BIZZ - case study paper ● Applied study on how to realize continuous loops on a service oriented site. ● High quantity of paper waste (~750t/y) ● Proposed solution: separate combined collection of confidential paper by local logistic company and transportation to specialized recycler ● Very high volume requirements for commercial viability Mixed Waste 4% Paper + carton 84% Plastic film 1% Polystyrene 0% Glass 0% Batteries 0% Lamps 0% Ink toners 1% Electrical appliances 2% Wood 8% PMC 0% 21
  22. 22. MERCI! Plus d’informations ● ● 22