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A bright future for HDG in the circular economy

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Earth is a community to which we belong and not a commodity for us to exploit

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(Source: Bouke Bonnema – Tata Steel)

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EU Policy : Drivers for circular economy

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world population growth + increase wealth. EU position on critical materials Increase of building & demolition waste Environmental impact mining Depletion raw materials Responsibility for future generations (moral duty) Economic advantages

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EU Policy : Drivers for circular economy

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EU Policy: drivers for circular economy â?‘ Environmental impact mining

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EU Policy : drivers for circular economy â?‘ Depletion raw materials

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EU Policy : drivers for circular economy â?‘ Responsibility for future generations (moral duty)

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EU Policy : drivers for circular economy ❑ economic advantages -

Cost reduction the EU 380‐630 billion €/year (E. MacArthur Foundation) 7 billion/year in the Netherlands (TNO) Saving 2.9 – 3.7 trillion $ in 2030 worldwide through increasing resource efficiency (McKinsey, 2011)

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NL: 83.000 extra jobs (RABO)

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Role of the authorities

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initiate (through circular sourcing),

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stimulate innovation

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facilitate bottom�up initiatives (repairshops, etc.)

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adapt regulation

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Why focus on the building industry ?

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Huge impact -> quick win

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Construction sector represents :

40% of material use

50% of CO² emissions

20% of water use

25% of all transport

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Building the LEGO way

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Another way of building

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Design flexible and adaptable buildings

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Design in a ‘re-functionable’ way

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Make sure that components are re-usable

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Use resources with a high residual value (recycling instead of downcycling)

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In practice: the 9 R’s in the circular economy

(Source: Jacqueline Kramer – Utrecht Sustainability Institute)

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‘The steel case’ -

REDUCE: weight reduction -> material use reduction

(Source: ArcelorMittal)

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‘The steel case’ -

REUSE

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‘The steel case’ -

Challenges for reuse -

Availability

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Supply chain integration

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Traceability and certification

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Additional time required within construction programs

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Uncommon practice

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‘The steel case’ -

REMANUFACTURE

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‘The steel case’ -

RECYCLE

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‘The steel case’

(Source: Bauke Bonnema – Tata Steel)

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What about hot dip galvanzing? -

REUSE -

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No need for repair after demounting or remounting

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Longer life time expectations –> frequent reuse

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Ideal coating system

Easily repairable with available techniques

RECYCLE

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Zinc is recycled again and again with no loss in quality

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Vs. other synthetic materials where recycling = downcycling

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A strong case for steel and batch HDG

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easily demountable and remountable

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suited for designing prefabricated elements (more bolted connections)

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the highest % of recyclability compared with concrete or wood.

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HDG ensures low maintenance cost -> interesting for investors

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HDG steel: very limited or no repairs required before reuse

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HDG steel: excellent TLCC compared to painted steel.

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Case studies 1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

(Source : SV Gramsbergen, Harry Haverkotte)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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1) Grandstand Gramsbergen (2013)

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Case studies 2) The Green House - Utrecht (2017)

(Source: Cepezed)

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Case studies 2) The Green House - Utrecht (2017)

(Source: Cepezed)

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Case studies 2) The Green House - Utrecht (2017)

(Source: Cepezed)

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Case studies 2) The Green House - Utrecht (2017)

(Source: Cepezed)

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Case studies 2) The Green House - Utrecht (2017)

(Source: Cepezed)

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Case studies 2) The Green House - Utrecht (2017)

(Source: Cepezed)

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Case studies 3) Temporary Car Park Morspoort – Leiden (2012)

(Source: Continental Car Parks)

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Case studies 3) Temporary Car Park Morspoort – Leiden (2012)

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Case studies 3) Temporary Car Park Morspoort – Leiden (2012)

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Case studies 3) Temporary Car Park Morspoort – Leiden (2012)

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Case studies 4) SEGRO Office building & warehouse

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Case studies 4) SEGRO Office building & warehouse

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A bright future for Hot Dip Galvanizing in the circular economy  

Presentation by Bruno Dursin (Zinkinfo Benelux) during Intergalva 2018 in Berlin.

A bright future for Hot Dip Galvanizing in the circular economy  

Presentation by Bruno Dursin (Zinkinfo Benelux) during Intergalva 2018 in Berlin.