This deliverable is connected with Task 5.2 (Preparing End-of-Waste criteria based on the intended use of recycled waste). It will define a proposal of harmonized approach for End-of-Waste protocol (including lab and field tests, parameters to be assessed, limit values, etc.), which will be based on already existing normative/regulation, the involved stakeholders requirements, and main outputs from the different related tasks of the project.
This deliverable is connected with Task 7.2 (Socio-economic assessment, including LCC and S-LCA) but will follow up the framework set in Task 7.1 (Environmental assessment and LCA during all phases of the project (from materials to demonstrations, value chains)). The report will describe the methodology that will be applied in order to assess all the aspects of sustainability in the project: environmental (by meand of LCA techniques), economic (by means of LCC techniques) and social (by means of a S-LCA approach).
This deliverable is connected with Task 3.4 (Setting up a new framework for SRM based urban and peri-urban construction). The blueprint will include the study of needs, conditions, potentials, and obstacles (technological, legislative, administrative, socio-economic, and environmental) across Europe for implementation of SRM in urban construction sector. Report will be prepared based on literature survey and stakeholders' interactions, including initial conference / workshop carried out in WP8.
This deliverable is linked with Task 3.3 (Value chain assessment and assessment of actors along the value and supply chains). Report will be prepared on evaluation of the potential new value chains as well as existing (waste to landfill/incineration) that connect together multiple sectors within urban and peri-urban areas. This deliverable is important for follow up activities in Task 3.4 and beyond.
This deliverable is connected with Task 3.1 (Flow map of urban and peri-urban areas).It will provide the urban metabolism analyses of the studied regions, i.e. Maribor region (Slovenia), selected county in Croatia, Madrid (Spain), Trento (Italy), Amsterdam (The Netherlands) and Silesia region (Poland).
This deliverable is connected with Task 6.1 (Pilot demonstration of extraction of phosphorous from municipal waste). Cost efficient and simple mobile pilot system for phosphorous extraction. The pilot mobile plant will consistent from (i) construction of urine collecting system, which will be connected to (ii) ca. 200 L large phosphorus reactor. Approximately, 15,000 L of urine will be collected per year which will result in 100 kg of phosphorus.
This deliverable is connected with Task 4.4. (Optimisation of the CinderOSS digital business ecosystem). It will be provided in the form of BIM models in an open, digital format, namely IFC (ISO 16739), for each demonstration project. Accompanying analyses from the BIM model together with comparative analyses (clash detection, QTO, 4D/5D/6D estimates), with visualizations from the BIM model, will be provided as separate reports in PDF and Microsoft Excel, with clear references to the BIM model elements. 4D and 5D construction simulations will additionally be supported with .AVI video files as well as with Microsoft Project files of the construction schedule, with clear references to the BIM model elements. BIM families will be given in the open, digital format IFC (ISO 16739) for each new SRM-based construction product.
This deliverable is connected with Task 7.1 (Environmental assessment and LCA during all phases of the project (from materials to demonstrations, value chains). The workshop is intended to engage relevant stakeholder from the beginning of the project, to raise awareness about the LCA tool and to get input for the next steps of WP7 (and the whole project). Workshop report will include stakeholders needs in term of sustainability communication and their input to assure that all the relevant issues will be properly taken into consideration in developing the sustainability footprint.
This deliverable is connected with Task 6.6 (Testing of CinderOSS digital business ecosystem and CinderCEBM). It will be in the form of the workshop made for stakeholders in order to push the adoption of the CINDERELA digital marketplace platform. It will consist in a digital platform available to authorized users and a report (document) of the workshop, with all training materials and sessions videos available for download and streaming from the CINDERELA website.
This deliverable is connected with Task 8.1 (Dissemination of project results). First session of international/regional one-day seminars will be executed around month 29 in Italy, Slovenia/North Macedonia, Netherlands and Spain in order to discuss with actors along the value chain and potential users systemic (CinderOSS digital business ecosystem), technical, legislative and economic outputs of the project so-far. The main objective of this first session of regional / international technical workshops is to get fit-backs from different actors along the value chain about the proposed CinderCEBM, CinderOSS and technical solutions from future users of service. By organizing simultaneous technical workshop in different environments and different level of innovation project will gain valuable information about customer readiness level, as well will create valuable network for exploitation and dissemination. Such workshops will enable testing the developed solutions in the project by real operators and end-users.
This deliverable is connected to Task 8.3 (Communication). The CINDERELA Project Website will be the important dissemination, open innovation and knowledge management tool inside and outside the project. It will contain public and log-in sections. The log-in section will be reserved for partners and authorized registered users with different user rights.
This deliverable is connected with Task 8.1 (Dissemination of project results). Initial conference / stakeholder workshop will be held at TuDelft after initial phase of the project. It will be 1.5 day event with first afternoon starting with the presentations of Cinderela projects initial project results and invited lectures from complementary projects, activities around Europe. The second day will focus on group work of different stakeholders discussion of CinderCEBM and CinderOSS proposals as well as different technological, environmental, legislative, social and other barriers and measures impacting the proposed business model. The main objective of the Initial conference / workshop is two fold: to communicate and disseminate project initial results and planned activities and to involve different stakeholders and actors along the value chain, including end-users in project activities and further development of CinderCEBM and CinderOSS.