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Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)
according to ISO 14025 and EN 15804+A2
Owner of the declaration: BPA GmbH
Publisher: Kiwa-Ecobility Experts
Programme operator: Kiwa-Ecobility Experts
Registration number: EPD-BPA-238-EN
Issue date: 14.11.2022
Valid to: 14.11.2027
BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet
CEMflex VB and CEMflex AVS
This EPD is based on the life cycle assessment of the BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet
by BPA GmbH, which is manufactured at the company's own production site.
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1. General information
BPA GmbH BPA-CEMflex® composite and seal-
ing sheet CEMflex VB and CEMflex
AVS
Programme operator
Kiwa-Ecobility Experts
Voltastr. 5
13355 Berlin
Germany
Owner of the declaration
BPA GmbH
Behringstrasse 12
71083 Herrenberg-Gültstein
Germany
Registration number
EPD-BPA-238-EN
Declared product / declared unit
1 m² composite and sealing sheet
Issue date
14.11.2022
Valid to
14.11.2027
Scope
This EPD is based on the life cycle assessment
of the BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing
sheet by BPA GmbH with the product ID
CEMflex VB and CEMflex AVS, which is manu-
factured at the company's own production
site.
The owner of the declaration is liable for the
underlying information and evidence. Kiwa -
Ecobility Experts is not liable for manufac-
turer information, life cycle assessment data
and evidence.
Product category rules
PCR B for construction steel products (draft;
2020-03-13)
Verification:
The CEN standard EN 15804:2012+A2:2019
serves as the core PCR.
Independent verification of the declaration
and data according to ISO 14025
☐internal ☒external
Frank Huppertz
(Head of Kiwa-Ecobility Experts)
Anne Kees Jeeninga - Adviselab V.o.f
(Third party verifier)
Prof. Dr Frank Heimbecher
(Chairman of the Independent Expert committee of
Kiwa-Ecobility Experts)
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2. Product details
2.1 Product description
The product to be declared is BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet with the product ID CEMflex
VB and CEMflex AVS from BPA GmbH, which is manufactured at the company's own production site.
2.2 Application
The BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet with its patented special coating is used for joint seal-
ing in concrete construction. The BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet has proven itself for years
for sealing horizontal and vertical construction joints with pressing and non-pressing water (up to 8.0
bar). BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet can also be used when joining precast concrete parts.
The excellent bond between the active special coating and the hardening fresh concrete reliably pre-
vents migration of the BPA-CEMflex® metal waterstop system. A concrete embedment of only 3 cm is
sufficient for reliable sealing. The BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet is water-reactive and
thus actively seals construction and predetermined crack joints through a natural concrete technolog-
ical process.
Areas of application:
- Concrete sealing constructions for pressing and non-pressing water
- Working joint in wall/sole area; wall/wall, floor/floor area or wall/ceiling area
- Joints in precast elements: Wall/sole area, wall/ceiling area, corner joints or predetermined
breaking points
- Sealing for installations handling substances hazardous to water (in accordance with WHG,
AwSV and TRwS). Constructions: SFH facilities (facilities for the storage, filling and handling of
substances hazardous to water), MSS SF (storage and filling facilities for manure, slurry and
silage effluent) and biogas plants, as well as mobile silo plant.
- Integral sealing against radon gas
2.3 Technical data
The following technical data was provided by BPA GmbH.
Table 1: Technical data on BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet
Parameter Value
Dimensions Width: 100mm to 250mm;
Thickness: 0.68mm
Length: up to 2500 mm
Product ID CEMflex VB and CEMflex AVS
Steel grade Galvanised thin sheet
Yield strength ≥ 140 N/mm²
Rm/Re ratio approx. 2.0 - 1.4
Colour/type of coating "black", "grey" or "red"
Type of coating order double-sided, ribbed
Standard/Norm DIN EN 10152/10131
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2.4 Production
The composite and sealing sheet is delivered to the production site as galvanised thin sheet, coated on
site and then packed for transport. The coating is mixed in production, applied to the galvanised thin
sheet and dried on the product after application.
2.5 Raw materials
In Table 2 the raw materials for the production of the composite and sealing sheet are listed with the
average proportions in mass percent. In order to protect commercial secrets, the values are given in
intervals representing the distribution of the proportions of raw materials and aggregates.
Table 2 : Raw materials and aggregates in mass percent for the reference year 2021
Raw material/ aggregates Share in m%
Steel 90-94
CEMflex coating 6-10
2.6 Reference service life (RSL)
As the service life of reinforcing steel is not taken into account, there is no need to specify a refer-
ence service life.
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3. LCA: Calculation rules
3.1 Declared unit
The declared unit according to PCR B for construction steel products (draft; 2020-03-13) is 1 m² of
composite and sealing sheet. Further information regarding the choice of the declared unit is included
in the background report.
Parameter Value Unit
Declared unit 1 m²
Weight per declared unit 6.29 kg
For the calculation of potential environmental impacts, process-specific data was collected for the
product under consideration. All the energy and materials required for extraction were determined,
as were the data for calculating the auxiliary materials and by-products.
In this EPD, the product group "BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet" is considered. The product
group refers to the end product composite and sealing sheet with the different coatings "black", "grey"
or "red".
This EPD is valid for the products of the product group "BPA-CEMflex® Bonded and Sealed Sheet" with
the following coating systems:
Colour/type of coating Pigment for the production of the coating
black Black pigment
grey Black pigment
red Red pigment
Furthermore, this EPD corresponds to a product-specific EPD for the product "BPA-CEMflex® compo-
site and sealing sheet black". Further information can be found in the background report.
3.2 System boundaries
The EPD was prepared in accordance with DIN EN 15804+A2 and takes into account the manufacturing
phase and parts of the disposal phase as well as the benefits and loads outside the system boundaries.
According to DIN EN 15804, this corresponds to the product phases A1-A3, C1-C4 and D. The type of
EPD is therefore "from stretcher to factory gate with options".
In this life cycle assessment according to ISO 14025, the following phases of the product life cycle are
considered:
• A1: Raw material extraction and processing and processing processes of secondary materials
serving as input, (e.g. recycling processes).
• A2: Transport to the manufacturer
• A3: Production
• C1: Abort
• C2: Transport to waste treatment
• C3: Waste treatment for reuse, recovery and/or recycling
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• C4: Disposal
• D: Reuse, recovery and/or recycling potentials, indicated as net flows and benefits.
For the declared life cycle phases, all inputs (raw materials, intermediate products, energy and auxiliary
materials) as well as the waste produced were considered. Figure 1 is the simplified process flow dia-
gram for the product BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet with the product ID CEMflex VB and
CEMflex AVS from BPA GmbH, which is manufactured at the company's own production site.
Figure 1: Simplified process flow diagram
3.3 Period under review
All product- and process-specific data were collected for the operating year 2021 and are thus up-to-
date.
3.4 Cut-off criteria
All process-specific data were collected for process modules A1 to A3. Potential environmental impacts
were assigned to the material flows based on the Ecoinvent database V3.6 of 2019. All flows contrib-
uting to more than 1 percent of the total mass, energy or environmental impacts of the system were
considered in the LCA. It can be assumed that the neglected processes would have contributed less
than 5 percent to the impact categories considered. Further information on cut-off criteria is explained
in the background report.
3.5 Data quality requirements
To ensure the comparability of the results, only consistent background data from the Ecoinvent data-
base V3.6 of 2019 was used in the LCA (e.g. data sets on energy, transports, auxiliary and operating
materials). The database is regularly checked and thus complies with the requirements of EN 15804
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(background data not older than 10 years). Almost all consistent data sets contained in the Ecoinvent
database V3.6 of 2019 are documented and can be viewed in the online documentation.
The data refer to the annual average of inputs (energy, operating materials, etc.) consumed during the
operating phase 01/2021 - 12/2021 and were converted into reference flows (input / output per de-
clared unit).
The general rule was followed that specific data from specific production processes or average data
derived from specific processes must have priority in the calculation of an LCA. Data for processes over
which the manufacturer has no influence were assigned generic data.
The LCA was calculated using Nibe's online EPD tool "R< THiNK".
3.6 Allocations
The allocation regarding production waste is explained in the background report. Specific information
on allocations within the background data can be found in the documentation of the Ecoinvent data-
base V3.6 of 2019.
3.7 Comparability
A comparison or evaluation of EPD data is only possible if all data sets to be compared have been
created according to EN 15804 and the building context or the product-specific performance charac-
teristics are taken into account.
3.8 Data collection
ISO 14044 section 4.3.2 was taken into account in the data collection.
The objective and the scope of the study were defined in consultation with BPA GmbH. The data col-
lection was carried out using an Excel data collection template provided by Kiwa GmbH. The collected
data was checked by Kiwa GmbH, for example, by checking the extent to which the material balance
was adhered to. In this way, some errors (e.g. unit errors, conversion factors) could be corrected in
cooperation with BPA GmbH. Subsequently, the annual values were related to the declared unit of one
square metre of composite and sealing sheet with the help of corresponding calculations.
3.9 Calculation method
For the life cycle assessment, the calculation procedures described in ISO 14044 section 4.3.3 were
applied. The evaluation is carried out on the basis of the phases lying within the system boundaries
and the processes contained therein.
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4. LCA: scenarios and further technical information
The waste scenario "Steel, construction profiles" was assigned to the steel sheets used. The waste
scenario is based on the "Nationale Milieudatabase" (NMD), the national environmental database of
the Netherlands. This is due to the fact that the online EPD tool "R< THiNK" was developed by Nibe in
the Netherlands. The waste scenario used for reinforcing steel has the NMD ID 70. Further information
is listed in chapter 4 below.
Table 3: C2 - Transport for waste treatment
Waste scenario Waste treatment type Transport profile
Transport
distance
[km]
Steel, construction
profiles (NMD ID
70)
Landfill Lorry (Truck), unspecified (default) 100
Combustion Lorry (Truck), unspecified (default) 150
Recycling Lorry (Truck), unspecified (default) 50
Table 4: C4 - Proportions of waste treatment types
Waste scenario
Shares of waste treatment types [%]
Landfill Recycling Combustion Reuse
Steel, construction profiles
(NMD ID 70)
1 94 0 5
Table 5: D - Environmental profiles used for loads
Waste scenario
Environmental profile used for loads
Landfill Recycling Combustion Reuse
Steel, construction profiles
(NMD ID 70)
Scrap steel {Eu-
rope without
Switzerland}|
treatment of
scrap steel, inert
material landfill
Materials for
recycling, no
waste pro-
cessing taken
into account
-
Materials for
re-use, no
waste pro-
cessing taken
into account
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Table 6: D - Environmental profiles used for credits
Waste scenario
Environmental profile used for credits
Landfill Recycling
Combus-
tion
Reuse
Steel, construction pro-
files (NMD ID 70)
-
Benefits module D | World
Steel method (Steel pro-
duction, electric, low-al-
loyed - Steel production,
converter, unalloyed)
- -
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5. LCA: Results
The following tables show the results of the life cycle assessment, more specifically for the environ-
mental impact indicators, resource consumption, output flows and waste categories. The results pre-
sented here refer to the declared unit of 1 m² of composite and sealing sheet.
The results of the environmental impact indicators ETP- fw, HTP-c, HTP-nc, SQP, ADP-f, ADP-mm and
WDP must be used with caution, as the uncertainties in these results are high or there is limited expe-
rience with the indicator.
The IRP impact category mainly addresses the potential effect of low dose ionising radiation on human
health in the nuclear fuel cycle. It does not consider effects due to possible nuclear accidents and oc-
cupational exposure, nor does it consider the disposal of radioactive waste in underground facilities.
Potential ionising radiation from soil, radon and some building materials is also not measured by this
indicator.
Specification of the system boundaries (X = module declared; - = module not declared)
PRODUCT
STAGE
CONSTRUC-
TION
PROCESS
STAGE
USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE
Benefits and loads beyond
the system boundaries
Raw
material
supply
Transport
Manufacturing
Transport
to
place
of
use
Construction
/
Installation
Use
Maintenance
Repair
Replacement
Conversion
/
Renewal
Operational
energy
use
Operational
water
use
Deconstruction
/
demolition
Transport
Waste
processing
Disposal
Reuse-,
Recovery,
Recycling
potential
A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 C1 C2 C3 C4 D
X X X - - - - - - - - - X X X X X
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Results of the life cycle assessment - environmental impact indicators: 1 m² composite and sealing sheet
Indicator Unit A1 A2 A3 C1 C2 C3 C4 D
AP mol H+ -eq. 7,82E-02 9,79E-04 6,08E-04 0,00E+00 2,88E-04 9,56E-05 2,24E-05 -2,67E-02
GWP-total kg CO2 -eq. 1,54E+01 1,69E-01 -1,27E+00 0,00E+00 4,97E-02 1,07E+00 2,69E-03 -6,87E+00
GWP-b kg CO2 -eq. -1,17E-03 7,80E-05 -1,51E+00 0,00E+00 2,29E-05 4,07E-05 1,19E-04 7,17E-02
GWP-f kg CO2 -eq. 1,54E+01 1,69E-01 2,32E-01 0,00E+00 4,97E-02 1,07E+00 2,57E-03 -6,94E+00
GWP-luluc kg CO2 -eq. 7,18E-03 6,19E-05 1,91E-03 0,00E+00 1,82E-05 1,99E-06 7,22E-07 5,09E-03
ETP-fw CTUe 7,53E+02 2,27E+00 -8,21E+00 0,00E+00 6,68E-01 2,92E-01 3,32E-01 -2,32E+02
PM Occurrence of
diseases 1,26E-06 1,52E-08 5,09E-08 0,00E+00 4,47E-09 7,68E-10 4,61E-10 -4,00E-07
EP-m kg N-eq. 1,51E-02 3,45E-04 2,93E-04 0,00E+00 1,01E-04 4,23E-05 8,27E-06 -4,95E-03
EP-fw kg PO4 -eq. 9,22E-04 1,70E-06 1,62E-05 0,00E+00 5,01E-07 1,37E-07 3,31E-08 -2,46E-04
EP-t mol N-eq. 1,73E-01 3,80E-03 7,56E-04 0,00E+00 1,12E-03 4,69E-04 9,16E-05 -5,78E-02
HTP-c CTUh 1,19E-07 7,37E-11 3,13E-10 0,00E+00 2,17E-11 1,38E-09 3,19E-12 -8,97E-10
HTP-nc CTUh 5,45E-07 2,48E-09 9,75E-10 0,00E+00 7,31E-10 4,21E-09 2,60E-10 1,34E-06
IRP kBq U235-eq. 3,70E-01 1,07E-02 1,39E-02 0,00E+00 3,14E-03 1,98E-04 3,43E-04 1,18E-01
SQP - 5,57E+01 2,21E+00 1,05E+02 0,00E+00 6,50E-01 3,91E-02 1,69E-01 -1,07E+01
ODP kg CFC11-eq. 7,95E-07 3,73E-08 2,77E-08 0,00E+00 1,10E-08 1,01E-09 9,25E-10 -1,74E-07
POCP kg NMVOC eq. 7,42E-02 1,09E-03 1,43E-03 0,00E+00 3,19E-04 1,16E-04 2,62E-05 -3,92E-02
ADP-f MJ 1,64E+02 2,55E+00 3,28E+00 0,00E+00 7,49E-01 9,27E-02 6,88E-02 -4,89E+01
ADP-mm kg Sb-eq. 4,72E-03 4,28E-06 9,06E-06 0,00E+00 1,26E-06 8,47E-08 2,26E-08 -1,56E-05
WDP m3 World eq.
withdrawn 4,27E+00 9,11E-03 3,93E-02 0,00E+00 2,68E-03 -4,45E-03 3,25E-04 -1,32E+00
AP = Acidification potential, accumulated exceedance;
GWP-total = Global warming potential, total;
GWP-b = Global warming potential, biogenic;
GWP-f = Global warming potential, fossil;
GWP-luluc = Global warming potential, land use and land use change;
ETP-fw = Ecotoxicity potential, freshwater;
PM = Particulate matter emissions;
EP-m = Eutrophication potential, fraction of nutrients reaching marine saltwater end compartment;
EP-fw = Eutrophication potential, fraction of nutrients reaching freshwater end compartment;
EP-t = Eutrophication potential, accumulated potential;
HTP-c = Human toxicity potential, cancer effects;
HTP-nc = Human toxicity potential, non-cancer effects;
IRP = Ionising radiation potential, human health;
SQP = Soil quality potential;
ODP = Depletion potential of the stratospheric ozone layer;
POCP = Formation potential of tropospheric ozone;
ADP-f = Abiotic depletion potential for fossil resources;
ADP-mm = Abiotic depletion potential for non-fossil resources, minerals and metals;
WDP = Water deprivation potential, deprivation-weighted water consumption
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Results of the life cycle assessment - resource consumption, output flows & waste categories: 1 m² composite and sealing sheet
Parameter Unit A1 A2 A3 C1 C2 C3 C4 D
PERE MJ 1,65E+01 3,19E-02 6,83E+00 0,00E+00 9,38E-03 3,57E-03 3,41E-04 -2,04E-02
PERM MJ 3,31E-02 0,00E+00 1,33E+01 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00
PERT MJ 1,65E+01 3,19E-02 2,01E+01 0,00E+00 9,38E-03 2,71E-03 3,88E-03 1,40E+00
PENRE MJ 1,73E+02 2,70E+00 3,57E+00 0,00E+00 7,95E-01 6,52E-02 4,48E-02 -1,61E+00
PENRM MJ 1,06E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00
PENRT MJ 1,74E+02 2,70E+00 3,49E+00 0,00E+00 7,95E-01 1,01E-01 7,30E-02 -5,08E+01
SM kg 6,01E-01 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00
RSF MJ 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00
NRSF MJ 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00
FW m3 1,22E-01 3,10E-04 1,78E-03 0,00E+00 9,12E-05 8,28E-05 8,58E-05 -2,50E-02
HWD kg 1,59E-03 6,45E-06 1,49E-05 0,00E+00 1,90E-06 1,48E-06 8,46E-08 -8,28E-04
NHWD kg 6,03E+00 1,62E-01 2,20E-01 0,00E+00 4,75E-02 1,80E-02 2,87E-01 -6,75E-01
RWD kg 3,62E-04 1,67E-05 1,68E-05 0,00E+00 4,92E-06 2,61E-07 4,54E-07 4,04E-05
CRU kg 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00
MFR kg 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 5,00E-02 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 5,44E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00
MER kg 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00
EET MJ 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 3,69E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 3,30E-01
EEE MJ 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 2,14E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 1,92E-01
PERE = Use of renewable primary energy excluding renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials;
PERM = Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials;
PERT = Total use of renewable primary energy resources;
PENRE = Use of non-renewable primary energy excluding non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials;
PENRM = Use of non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials;
PENRT = Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources;
SM = Use of secondary material;
RSF = Use of renewable secondary fuels;
NRSF = Use of non-renewable secondary fuels;
FW = Use of net fresh water;
HWD = Hazardous waste disposed;
NHWD = Non-hazardous waste disposed;
RWD = Radioactive waste disposed;
CRU = Components for re-use;
MFR = Materials for recycling;
MER = Materials for energy recovery;
EET = Exported thermal energy (thermic);
EEE = Exported energy, electric
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6. LCA: Interpretation
For easier understanding, the results are presented graphically in order to be able to see correlations
and connections between the data more clearly.
Figure 2 shows the percentage share of the product phases in the environmental impact categories for
the EPD calculation of 1 m² of composite and sealing sheet.
Figure 2: Shares of the product life phases in the environmental impact categories for BPA-CEMflex® composite
and sealing sheet
In Figure 2 it can be clearly seen that in almost all environmental impact categories, raw material supply
A1 has the largest share, followed by production A3.
Negative shares of the environmental impact "GWP-b" can be concluded from the use of the ecological
material "wood", which binds CO2 from the ambient air in the course of its service life.
-100% -80% -60% -40% -20% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
AP
GWP-total
GWP-b
GWP-f
GWP-luluc
ETP-fw
PM
EP-m
EP-fw
EP-T
HTP-c
HTP-nc
IR
SQP
ODP
POCP
ADP-f
ADP-mm
WDP
A1 A2 A3 C2 C3 C4 D
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7. Literature
Ecoinvent, 2019 Ecoinvent database version 3.6 (2019)
EN 15804 EN 15804:2012+A2:2019: Sustainability of construction works - Environmental
Product Declarations - Core rules for the product category of construction
products
ISO 14025 DIN EN ISO 14025:2011-10: Environmental labels and declarations - Type III
environmental declarations - Principles and procedures
ISO 14040 DIN EN ISO 14040:2006-10, Environmental management - Life cycle assess-
ment - Principles and framework; EN ISO 14040:2006
ISO 14044 DIN EN ISO 14044:2006-10, Environmental management - Life cycle assess-
ment - Requirements and guidelines; EN ISO 14040:2006
PCR A General Program Category Rules for Construction Products from the EPD pro-
gramme of Kiwa BCS Öko-Garantie GmbH - Ecobility Experts; Version 2.0
PCR B Product Category Rules for steel construction products from the EPD pro-
gramme of Kiwa BCS Öko-Garantie GmbH - Ecobility Experts; Requirements on
the Environmental Product Declarations for steel construction products; Ver-
sion 2020-03-13 (draft)
R< THiNK, 2022 R< THiNK; online EPD tool from Nibe; 2022
SBK, 2019 SBK-verification protocol - inclusion data in the Dutch environmental database,
Final Version 3.0, January 2019, SBK
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Publisher
Kiwa-Ecobility Experts
Voltastr. 5
13355 Berlin
Germany
Mail
Web
DE.Ecobility.Experts@kiwa.com
https://www.kiwa.com/de/de/th
emes/ecobility-experts/ecobility-
experts/
Programme operator
Kiwa-Ecobility Experts
Voltastr. 5
13355 Berlin
Germany
Mail
Web
DE.Ecobility.Experts@kiwa.com
https://www.kiwa.com/de/de/th
emes/ecobility-experts/ecobility-
experts/
Author of the life cycle as-
sessment
Kiwa GmbH
Voltastr. 5
13355 Berlin
Germany
Tel
Fax
Mail
Web
+49 30 467761 43
+49 30 467761 10
Anna.Menegazzi@kiwa.com
www.kiwa.com
Owner oft he declaration
BPA GmbH
Behringstrasse 12
71083 Herrenberg-Gültstein
Germany
Tel
Fax
Mail
Web
+49 (0) 7032 89399 - 0
+49 (0) 7032 89399 - 29
info@bpa-waterproofing.com
bpa-waterproofing.com
Kiwa-Ecobility Experts is an
established member of the

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EPD CEMflex VB Environmental Product Declaration

  • 1. Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) according to ISO 14025 and EN 15804+A2 Owner of the declaration: BPA GmbH Publisher: Kiwa-Ecobility Experts Programme operator: Kiwa-Ecobility Experts Registration number: EPD-BPA-238-EN Issue date: 14.11.2022 Valid to: 14.11.2027 BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet CEMflex VB and CEMflex AVS This EPD is based on the life cycle assessment of the BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet by BPA GmbH, which is manufactured at the company's own production site.
  • 2. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 2 1. General information BPA GmbH BPA-CEMflex® composite and seal- ing sheet CEMflex VB and CEMflex AVS Programme operator Kiwa-Ecobility Experts Voltastr. 5 13355 Berlin Germany Owner of the declaration BPA GmbH Behringstrasse 12 71083 Herrenberg-Gültstein Germany Registration number EPD-BPA-238-EN Declared product / declared unit 1 m² composite and sealing sheet Issue date 14.11.2022 Valid to 14.11.2027 Scope This EPD is based on the life cycle assessment of the BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet by BPA GmbH with the product ID CEMflex VB and CEMflex AVS, which is manu- factured at the company's own production site. The owner of the declaration is liable for the underlying information and evidence. Kiwa - Ecobility Experts is not liable for manufac- turer information, life cycle assessment data and evidence. Product category rules PCR B for construction steel products (draft; 2020-03-13) Verification: The CEN standard EN 15804:2012+A2:2019 serves as the core PCR. Independent verification of the declaration and data according to ISO 14025 ☐internal ☒external Frank Huppertz (Head of Kiwa-Ecobility Experts) Anne Kees Jeeninga - Adviselab V.o.f (Third party verifier) Prof. Dr Frank Heimbecher (Chairman of the Independent Expert committee of Kiwa-Ecobility Experts)
  • 3. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 3 2. Product details 2.1 Product description The product to be declared is BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet with the product ID CEMflex VB and CEMflex AVS from BPA GmbH, which is manufactured at the company's own production site. 2.2 Application The BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet with its patented special coating is used for joint seal- ing in concrete construction. The BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet has proven itself for years for sealing horizontal and vertical construction joints with pressing and non-pressing water (up to 8.0 bar). BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet can also be used when joining precast concrete parts. The excellent bond between the active special coating and the hardening fresh concrete reliably pre- vents migration of the BPA-CEMflex® metal waterstop system. A concrete embedment of only 3 cm is sufficient for reliable sealing. The BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet is water-reactive and thus actively seals construction and predetermined crack joints through a natural concrete technolog- ical process. Areas of application: - Concrete sealing constructions for pressing and non-pressing water - Working joint in wall/sole area; wall/wall, floor/floor area or wall/ceiling area - Joints in precast elements: Wall/sole area, wall/ceiling area, corner joints or predetermined breaking points - Sealing for installations handling substances hazardous to water (in accordance with WHG, AwSV and TRwS). Constructions: SFH facilities (facilities for the storage, filling and handling of substances hazardous to water), MSS SF (storage and filling facilities for manure, slurry and silage effluent) and biogas plants, as well as mobile silo plant. - Integral sealing against radon gas 2.3 Technical data The following technical data was provided by BPA GmbH. Table 1: Technical data on BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet Parameter Value Dimensions Width: 100mm to 250mm; Thickness: 0.68mm Length: up to 2500 mm Product ID CEMflex VB and CEMflex AVS Steel grade Galvanised thin sheet Yield strength ≥ 140 N/mm² Rm/Re ratio approx. 2.0 - 1.4 Colour/type of coating "black", "grey" or "red" Type of coating order double-sided, ribbed Standard/Norm DIN EN 10152/10131
  • 4. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 4 2.4 Production The composite and sealing sheet is delivered to the production site as galvanised thin sheet, coated on site and then packed for transport. The coating is mixed in production, applied to the galvanised thin sheet and dried on the product after application. 2.5 Raw materials In Table 2 the raw materials for the production of the composite and sealing sheet are listed with the average proportions in mass percent. In order to protect commercial secrets, the values are given in intervals representing the distribution of the proportions of raw materials and aggregates. Table 2 : Raw materials and aggregates in mass percent for the reference year 2021 Raw material/ aggregates Share in m% Steel 90-94 CEMflex coating 6-10 2.6 Reference service life (RSL) As the service life of reinforcing steel is not taken into account, there is no need to specify a refer- ence service life.
  • 5. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 5 3. LCA: Calculation rules 3.1 Declared unit The declared unit according to PCR B for construction steel products (draft; 2020-03-13) is 1 m² of composite and sealing sheet. Further information regarding the choice of the declared unit is included in the background report. Parameter Value Unit Declared unit 1 m² Weight per declared unit 6.29 kg For the calculation of potential environmental impacts, process-specific data was collected for the product under consideration. All the energy and materials required for extraction were determined, as were the data for calculating the auxiliary materials and by-products. In this EPD, the product group "BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet" is considered. The product group refers to the end product composite and sealing sheet with the different coatings "black", "grey" or "red". This EPD is valid for the products of the product group "BPA-CEMflex® Bonded and Sealed Sheet" with the following coating systems: Colour/type of coating Pigment for the production of the coating black Black pigment grey Black pigment red Red pigment Furthermore, this EPD corresponds to a product-specific EPD for the product "BPA-CEMflex® compo- site and sealing sheet black". Further information can be found in the background report. 3.2 System boundaries The EPD was prepared in accordance with DIN EN 15804+A2 and takes into account the manufacturing phase and parts of the disposal phase as well as the benefits and loads outside the system boundaries. According to DIN EN 15804, this corresponds to the product phases A1-A3, C1-C4 and D. The type of EPD is therefore "from stretcher to factory gate with options". In this life cycle assessment according to ISO 14025, the following phases of the product life cycle are considered: • A1: Raw material extraction and processing and processing processes of secondary materials serving as input, (e.g. recycling processes). • A2: Transport to the manufacturer • A3: Production • C1: Abort • C2: Transport to waste treatment • C3: Waste treatment for reuse, recovery and/or recycling
  • 6. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 6 • C4: Disposal • D: Reuse, recovery and/or recycling potentials, indicated as net flows and benefits. For the declared life cycle phases, all inputs (raw materials, intermediate products, energy and auxiliary materials) as well as the waste produced were considered. Figure 1 is the simplified process flow dia- gram for the product BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet with the product ID CEMflex VB and CEMflex AVS from BPA GmbH, which is manufactured at the company's own production site. Figure 1: Simplified process flow diagram 3.3 Period under review All product- and process-specific data were collected for the operating year 2021 and are thus up-to- date. 3.4 Cut-off criteria All process-specific data were collected for process modules A1 to A3. Potential environmental impacts were assigned to the material flows based on the Ecoinvent database V3.6 of 2019. All flows contrib- uting to more than 1 percent of the total mass, energy or environmental impacts of the system were considered in the LCA. It can be assumed that the neglected processes would have contributed less than 5 percent to the impact categories considered. Further information on cut-off criteria is explained in the background report. 3.5 Data quality requirements To ensure the comparability of the results, only consistent background data from the Ecoinvent data- base V3.6 of 2019 was used in the LCA (e.g. data sets on energy, transports, auxiliary and operating materials). The database is regularly checked and thus complies with the requirements of EN 15804
  • 7. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 7 (background data not older than 10 years). Almost all consistent data sets contained in the Ecoinvent database V3.6 of 2019 are documented and can be viewed in the online documentation. The data refer to the annual average of inputs (energy, operating materials, etc.) consumed during the operating phase 01/2021 - 12/2021 and were converted into reference flows (input / output per de- clared unit). The general rule was followed that specific data from specific production processes or average data derived from specific processes must have priority in the calculation of an LCA. Data for processes over which the manufacturer has no influence were assigned generic data. The LCA was calculated using Nibe's online EPD tool "R< THiNK". 3.6 Allocations The allocation regarding production waste is explained in the background report. Specific information on allocations within the background data can be found in the documentation of the Ecoinvent data- base V3.6 of 2019. 3.7 Comparability A comparison or evaluation of EPD data is only possible if all data sets to be compared have been created according to EN 15804 and the building context or the product-specific performance charac- teristics are taken into account. 3.8 Data collection ISO 14044 section 4.3.2 was taken into account in the data collection. The objective and the scope of the study were defined in consultation with BPA GmbH. The data col- lection was carried out using an Excel data collection template provided by Kiwa GmbH. The collected data was checked by Kiwa GmbH, for example, by checking the extent to which the material balance was adhered to. In this way, some errors (e.g. unit errors, conversion factors) could be corrected in cooperation with BPA GmbH. Subsequently, the annual values were related to the declared unit of one square metre of composite and sealing sheet with the help of corresponding calculations. 3.9 Calculation method For the life cycle assessment, the calculation procedures described in ISO 14044 section 4.3.3 were applied. The evaluation is carried out on the basis of the phases lying within the system boundaries and the processes contained therein.
  • 8. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 8 4. LCA: scenarios and further technical information The waste scenario "Steel, construction profiles" was assigned to the steel sheets used. The waste scenario is based on the "Nationale Milieudatabase" (NMD), the national environmental database of the Netherlands. This is due to the fact that the online EPD tool "R< THiNK" was developed by Nibe in the Netherlands. The waste scenario used for reinforcing steel has the NMD ID 70. Further information is listed in chapter 4 below. Table 3: C2 - Transport for waste treatment Waste scenario Waste treatment type Transport profile Transport distance [km] Steel, construction profiles (NMD ID 70) Landfill Lorry (Truck), unspecified (default) 100 Combustion Lorry (Truck), unspecified (default) 150 Recycling Lorry (Truck), unspecified (default) 50 Table 4: C4 - Proportions of waste treatment types Waste scenario Shares of waste treatment types [%] Landfill Recycling Combustion Reuse Steel, construction profiles (NMD ID 70) 1 94 0 5 Table 5: D - Environmental profiles used for loads Waste scenario Environmental profile used for loads Landfill Recycling Combustion Reuse Steel, construction profiles (NMD ID 70) Scrap steel {Eu- rope without Switzerland}| treatment of scrap steel, inert material landfill Materials for recycling, no waste pro- cessing taken into account - Materials for re-use, no waste pro- cessing taken into account
  • 9. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 9 Table 6: D - Environmental profiles used for credits Waste scenario Environmental profile used for credits Landfill Recycling Combus- tion Reuse Steel, construction pro- files (NMD ID 70) - Benefits module D | World Steel method (Steel pro- duction, electric, low-al- loyed - Steel production, converter, unalloyed) - -
  • 10. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 10 5. LCA: Results The following tables show the results of the life cycle assessment, more specifically for the environ- mental impact indicators, resource consumption, output flows and waste categories. The results pre- sented here refer to the declared unit of 1 m² of composite and sealing sheet. The results of the environmental impact indicators ETP- fw, HTP-c, HTP-nc, SQP, ADP-f, ADP-mm and WDP must be used with caution, as the uncertainties in these results are high or there is limited expe- rience with the indicator. The IRP impact category mainly addresses the potential effect of low dose ionising radiation on human health in the nuclear fuel cycle. It does not consider effects due to possible nuclear accidents and oc- cupational exposure, nor does it consider the disposal of radioactive waste in underground facilities. Potential ionising radiation from soil, radon and some building materials is also not measured by this indicator. Specification of the system boundaries (X = module declared; - = module not declared) PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUC- TION PROCESS STAGE USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Benefits and loads beyond the system boundaries Raw material supply Transport Manufacturing Transport to place of use Construction / Installation Use Maintenance Repair Replacement Conversion / Renewal Operational energy use Operational water use Deconstruction / demolition Transport Waste processing Disposal Reuse-, Recovery, Recycling potential A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 C1 C2 C3 C4 D X X X - - - - - - - - - X X X X X
  • 11. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 11 Results of the life cycle assessment - environmental impact indicators: 1 m² composite and sealing sheet Indicator Unit A1 A2 A3 C1 C2 C3 C4 D AP mol H+ -eq. 7,82E-02 9,79E-04 6,08E-04 0,00E+00 2,88E-04 9,56E-05 2,24E-05 -2,67E-02 GWP-total kg CO2 -eq. 1,54E+01 1,69E-01 -1,27E+00 0,00E+00 4,97E-02 1,07E+00 2,69E-03 -6,87E+00 GWP-b kg CO2 -eq. -1,17E-03 7,80E-05 -1,51E+00 0,00E+00 2,29E-05 4,07E-05 1,19E-04 7,17E-02 GWP-f kg CO2 -eq. 1,54E+01 1,69E-01 2,32E-01 0,00E+00 4,97E-02 1,07E+00 2,57E-03 -6,94E+00 GWP-luluc kg CO2 -eq. 7,18E-03 6,19E-05 1,91E-03 0,00E+00 1,82E-05 1,99E-06 7,22E-07 5,09E-03 ETP-fw CTUe 7,53E+02 2,27E+00 -8,21E+00 0,00E+00 6,68E-01 2,92E-01 3,32E-01 -2,32E+02 PM Occurrence of diseases 1,26E-06 1,52E-08 5,09E-08 0,00E+00 4,47E-09 7,68E-10 4,61E-10 -4,00E-07 EP-m kg N-eq. 1,51E-02 3,45E-04 2,93E-04 0,00E+00 1,01E-04 4,23E-05 8,27E-06 -4,95E-03 EP-fw kg PO4 -eq. 9,22E-04 1,70E-06 1,62E-05 0,00E+00 5,01E-07 1,37E-07 3,31E-08 -2,46E-04 EP-t mol N-eq. 1,73E-01 3,80E-03 7,56E-04 0,00E+00 1,12E-03 4,69E-04 9,16E-05 -5,78E-02 HTP-c CTUh 1,19E-07 7,37E-11 3,13E-10 0,00E+00 2,17E-11 1,38E-09 3,19E-12 -8,97E-10 HTP-nc CTUh 5,45E-07 2,48E-09 9,75E-10 0,00E+00 7,31E-10 4,21E-09 2,60E-10 1,34E-06 IRP kBq U235-eq. 3,70E-01 1,07E-02 1,39E-02 0,00E+00 3,14E-03 1,98E-04 3,43E-04 1,18E-01 SQP - 5,57E+01 2,21E+00 1,05E+02 0,00E+00 6,50E-01 3,91E-02 1,69E-01 -1,07E+01 ODP kg CFC11-eq. 7,95E-07 3,73E-08 2,77E-08 0,00E+00 1,10E-08 1,01E-09 9,25E-10 -1,74E-07 POCP kg NMVOC eq. 7,42E-02 1,09E-03 1,43E-03 0,00E+00 3,19E-04 1,16E-04 2,62E-05 -3,92E-02 ADP-f MJ 1,64E+02 2,55E+00 3,28E+00 0,00E+00 7,49E-01 9,27E-02 6,88E-02 -4,89E+01 ADP-mm kg Sb-eq. 4,72E-03 4,28E-06 9,06E-06 0,00E+00 1,26E-06 8,47E-08 2,26E-08 -1,56E-05 WDP m3 World eq. withdrawn 4,27E+00 9,11E-03 3,93E-02 0,00E+00 2,68E-03 -4,45E-03 3,25E-04 -1,32E+00 AP = Acidification potential, accumulated exceedance; GWP-total = Global warming potential, total; GWP-b = Global warming potential, biogenic; GWP-f = Global warming potential, fossil; GWP-luluc = Global warming potential, land use and land use change; ETP-fw = Ecotoxicity potential, freshwater; PM = Particulate matter emissions; EP-m = Eutrophication potential, fraction of nutrients reaching marine saltwater end compartment; EP-fw = Eutrophication potential, fraction of nutrients reaching freshwater end compartment; EP-t = Eutrophication potential, accumulated potential; HTP-c = Human toxicity potential, cancer effects; HTP-nc = Human toxicity potential, non-cancer effects; IRP = Ionising radiation potential, human health; SQP = Soil quality potential; ODP = Depletion potential of the stratospheric ozone layer; POCP = Formation potential of tropospheric ozone; ADP-f = Abiotic depletion potential for fossil resources; ADP-mm = Abiotic depletion potential for non-fossil resources, minerals and metals; WDP = Water deprivation potential, deprivation-weighted water consumption
  • 12. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 12 Results of the life cycle assessment - resource consumption, output flows & waste categories: 1 m² composite and sealing sheet Parameter Unit A1 A2 A3 C1 C2 C3 C4 D PERE MJ 1,65E+01 3,19E-02 6,83E+00 0,00E+00 9,38E-03 3,57E-03 3,41E-04 -2,04E-02 PERM MJ 3,31E-02 0,00E+00 1,33E+01 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 PERT MJ 1,65E+01 3,19E-02 2,01E+01 0,00E+00 9,38E-03 2,71E-03 3,88E-03 1,40E+00 PENRE MJ 1,73E+02 2,70E+00 3,57E+00 0,00E+00 7,95E-01 6,52E-02 4,48E-02 -1,61E+00 PENRM MJ 1,06E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 PENRT MJ 1,74E+02 2,70E+00 3,49E+00 0,00E+00 7,95E-01 1,01E-01 7,30E-02 -5,08E+01 SM kg 6,01E-01 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 RSF MJ 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 NRSF MJ 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 FW m3 1,22E-01 3,10E-04 1,78E-03 0,00E+00 9,12E-05 8,28E-05 8,58E-05 -2,50E-02 HWD kg 1,59E-03 6,45E-06 1,49E-05 0,00E+00 1,90E-06 1,48E-06 8,46E-08 -8,28E-04 NHWD kg 6,03E+00 1,62E-01 2,20E-01 0,00E+00 4,75E-02 1,80E-02 2,87E-01 -6,75E-01 RWD kg 3,62E-04 1,67E-05 1,68E-05 0,00E+00 4,92E-06 2,61E-07 4,54E-07 4,04E-05 CRU kg 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 MFR kg 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 5,00E-02 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 5,44E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 MER kg 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 EET MJ 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 3,69E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 3,30E-01 EEE MJ 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 2,14E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 0,00E+00 1,92E-01 PERE = Use of renewable primary energy excluding renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials; PERM = Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials; PERT = Total use of renewable primary energy resources; PENRE = Use of non-renewable primary energy excluding non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials; PENRM = Use of non-renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials; PENRT = Total use of non-renewable primary energy resources; SM = Use of secondary material; RSF = Use of renewable secondary fuels; NRSF = Use of non-renewable secondary fuels; FW = Use of net fresh water; HWD = Hazardous waste disposed; NHWD = Non-hazardous waste disposed; RWD = Radioactive waste disposed; CRU = Components for re-use; MFR = Materials for recycling; MER = Materials for energy recovery; EET = Exported thermal energy (thermic); EEE = Exported energy, electric
  • 13. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 13 6. LCA: Interpretation For easier understanding, the results are presented graphically in order to be able to see correlations and connections between the data more clearly. Figure 2 shows the percentage share of the product phases in the environmental impact categories for the EPD calculation of 1 m² of composite and sealing sheet. Figure 2: Shares of the product life phases in the environmental impact categories for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet In Figure 2 it can be clearly seen that in almost all environmental impact categories, raw material supply A1 has the largest share, followed by production A3. Negative shares of the environmental impact "GWP-b" can be concluded from the use of the ecological material "wood", which binds CO2 from the ambient air in the course of its service life. -100% -80% -60% -40% -20% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% AP GWP-total GWP-b GWP-f GWP-luluc ETP-fw PM EP-m EP-fw EP-T HTP-c HTP-nc IR SQP ODP POCP ADP-f ADP-mm WDP A1 A2 A3 C2 C3 C4 D
  • 14. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 14 7. Literature Ecoinvent, 2019 Ecoinvent database version 3.6 (2019) EN 15804 EN 15804:2012+A2:2019: Sustainability of construction works - Environmental Product Declarations - Core rules for the product category of construction products ISO 14025 DIN EN ISO 14025:2011-10: Environmental labels and declarations - Type III environmental declarations - Principles and procedures ISO 14040 DIN EN ISO 14040:2006-10, Environmental management - Life cycle assess- ment - Principles and framework; EN ISO 14040:2006 ISO 14044 DIN EN ISO 14044:2006-10, Environmental management - Life cycle assess- ment - Requirements and guidelines; EN ISO 14040:2006 PCR A General Program Category Rules for Construction Products from the EPD pro- gramme of Kiwa BCS Öko-Garantie GmbH - Ecobility Experts; Version 2.0 PCR B Product Category Rules for steel construction products from the EPD pro- gramme of Kiwa BCS Öko-Garantie GmbH - Ecobility Experts; Requirements on the Environmental Product Declarations for steel construction products; Ver- sion 2020-03-13 (draft) R< THiNK, 2022 R< THiNK; online EPD tool from Nibe; 2022 SBK, 2019 SBK-verification protocol - inclusion data in the Dutch environmental database, Final Version 3.0, January 2019, SBK
  • 15. BPA GmbH - EPD for BPA-CEMflex® composite and sealing sheet | page 15 Publisher Kiwa-Ecobility Experts Voltastr. 5 13355 Berlin Germany Mail Web DE.Ecobility.Experts@kiwa.com https://www.kiwa.com/de/de/th emes/ecobility-experts/ecobility- experts/ Programme operator Kiwa-Ecobility Experts Voltastr. 5 13355 Berlin Germany Mail Web DE.Ecobility.Experts@kiwa.com https://www.kiwa.com/de/de/th emes/ecobility-experts/ecobility- experts/ Author of the life cycle as- sessment Kiwa GmbH Voltastr. 5 13355 Berlin Germany Tel Fax Mail Web +49 30 467761 43 +49 30 467761 10 Anna.Menegazzi@kiwa.com www.kiwa.com Owner oft he declaration BPA GmbH Behringstrasse 12 71083 Herrenberg-Gültstein Germany Tel Fax Mail Web +49 (0) 7032 89399 - 0 +49 (0) 7032 89399 - 29 info@bpa-waterproofing.com bpa-waterproofing.com Kiwa-Ecobility Experts is an established member of the