Eind november organiseert Sociëteit Vastgoed dankzij Interface Nederland ism team Cartouche de eerste meeting met duurzaamheidsleiders in de vastgoedsector.
Met elkaar spreken wij over materialenpaspoort, circulair aanbesteden, Horizon 2020, Building as Material Banks, standaardiseringsinitiatie
Deze gedeelde kennis delen wij na deze meeting uiteraard met ons netwerk en onze members.
Partners van Sociëteit Vastgoed hierbij zijn Madaster, Interface, Circelstad, Duurzaam Gebouwd, DGBC, Vastgoedbelang, asr real estate en Achmea (Centraal Beheer).
Sociëteit Vastgoed bereidt zich voor voor deze waardevolle en unieke meeting met Leaders of Change Cartouche.
Tevens bereiden wij ons voor op hét vastgoedcongres over circulariteit in 2020, 24 november in Scherpenzeel.
What is BAMB?
BAMB – Building As Material Banks is an EU Horizon 2020 project enabling a systemic shift to a circular building sector with 15 partners in 7 countries working together.
What do you mean with Buildings as Material Banks?
Buildings as “Material Banks” is seeing buildings as repositories or stockpiles of valuable, high quality materials that easily can be taken apart and recovered.
How is BAMB enabling a circular building sector?
By creating circular solutions like Materials Passport, Reversible Building Design, Circular Building Assessment, new business models and providing proposals for policies and standards. This will lead to less waste from the building sector.
Why is BAMB enabling a circular building sector?
Before BAMB, building materials end up as waste when no longer needed. To avoid destroying ecosystems, increasing environmental costs and creating risks of resource scarcity BAMB is creating ways to increase the value of building materials.
What do you mean with circular building sector?
That material will not end up as waste. Through design and circular value chains, materials in a building sustain their value. Instead of being to-be waste, buildings will function as banks of valuable materials – slowing down the usage of resources to a rate that meets the capacity of the planet.
Bron: FAQ (FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS) BUILDINGS AS MATERIALS BANKS
Buildings as Material Banks (BAMB)
The EU funded BAMB (Buildings as Material Banks) project brings 15 parties throughout Europe together for one mission – enabling a systemic shift in the building sector by creating circular solutions.
BAMB is creating ways to increase the value of building materials. Dynamically and flexibly designed buildings can be incorporated into a circular economy – where materials in buildings sustain their value. That will lead to waste reduction and the use of fewer virgin resources.
The BAMB project is funded by the European Commission within Horizon 2020 – the biggest EU Research and Innovation programe ever. Horizon 2020 aims to drive development in Europe, to create a sustainable economy and growth.