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B&i2013 donderdag 14.15_zaal_d_sustainable metal innovations final

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B&i2013 donderdag 14.15_zaal_d_sustainable metal innovations final

  1. 1. Tata Steel Bauke Hoekstra Bonnema General Manager Tata Steel Construction Centre Sustainable Metal Innovations Together we make the difference Slide 1
  2. 2. Tata Steel Content Summary 1 Tata Steel 2 Trends Construction 3 Sustainability 4 LCA + Innovations 5 Summary & Conclusions Slide 2
  3. 3. Tata Steel Slide 3 Tata Group is one of the world’s fastest-growing and most reputable corporations  Tata businesses span 7 major industry sectors  India’s largest private sector employer, with over 456,000 employees worldwide  Operations in more than 80 countries  Total revenue in 2012-13: $100 billion 3
  4. 4. Tata Steel Slide 4 Tata Steel is one of Tata’s largest companies  Tata Steel  Tata Motors  Tata Consultancy Services  Tata Power  Tata Chemicals  Tata Global Beverages  Tata Communications  Hotels  Titan 4
  5. 5. Tata Steel Slide 5 5 Tata Steel Group is globally present SCANDINAVIA CIS WESTERN EUROPE NORTH AMERICA CEE NML Canada (iron ore) CHINA TURKEY Odessa WESTERN AFRICA LATIN AFRICA Ivory coast (iron ore) Oman INDIA (limestone) Mozambique (coal) SOUTH AFRICA Steel making operations Mining assets & projects Distribution and commercial centres including downstream assets JAPAN SE ASIA Australia (coal)
  6. 6. Tata Steel 1 Tata Steel 2 Trends Construction 3 Sustainability 4 LCA + Innovations 5 Summary & Conclusions Slide 6
  7. 7. Tata Steel Slide 7 Global mega-trends Growing Population Urbanization Climate change Accelerating technology
  8. 8. Tata Steel Slide 8 Distribution of Urban Population >10 mio >10 mio 5-10 mio 5-10 mio 1-5 mio <0,5 mio <0,5 mio 1-5 mio 0,5-1 mio 5-10 mio Mega Cities (>10 mio) >50% population in urban areas Source : FutureSteel Conference -Worldsteel
  9. 9. Tata Steel Slide 9
  10. 10. Tata Steel Content Summary 1 Tata Steel 2 Trends Construction 3 Sustainability 4 LCA + Innovations 5 Summary & Conclusions Slide 10
  11. 11. Tata Steel Slide Danica May Camacho 2011: 7000000000 2025: 8000000000 11
  12. 12. Tata Steel Slide 12 Challences Sustainable Development World energy outlook 2010 EIA, International Energy Statistics database 1950 – 2.5 billion 2011 – 7 billion 2050 – 9 billion 12
  13. 13. Tata Steel Content Summary 1 Tata Steel 2 Trends Construction 3 Sustainability 4 LCA + Innovations 5 Summary & Conclusions Slide 13
  14. 14. Tata Steel Steel and Sustainability • Steel Production • Construction/Building Process • In Use Phase • Re-use / Recycling Slide 14
  15. 15. Tata Steel Slide 15 Steelproduction : ULCOS -> Hisarna project Blast Furnace Iron ore Sinter and Pellet Cokes HIsarna Liquid iron Coal 20% CO2 reduction 80% CO2 reduction in combination with CCS 15
  16. 16. Tata Steel Steel and Sustainability • Steel Production • Construction/Building Process • In Use Phase • Re-use / Recycling Slide 16
  17. 17. Tata Steel Slide 17 High Strength Steel developments Development High Strength Steel -> less steel -> CO2 reduction: - Structure: max 30% CO2 reduction - Composite Floor Decks 20% reduction Moreover: lighter material -> - Reduction transport CO2 - Reduction foundation 17
  18. 18. Tata Steel Slide 18 High Strength Steel Steel strength development : S200 -> S355 -> S460 18
  19. 19. Tata Steel Construction Phase: lightweight  Newbuild: Weight conventional: 1200 kg/m2 (vs Residential loads : 70 kg/m2 !!) Steel is lightweight -> Steelframe floor / Quantum Floor 4x lighter vs conventional -> Lower Transport -> Lower Foundation  Renovation : -> Option “upgrading” existing Slide 19
  20. 20. Tata Steel Slide 20 Construction Phase: lightweight  Renovation : -> Option upgrade insulation 20
  21. 21. Tata Steel Steel and Sustainability • Steel Production • Construction/Building Process • In Use Phase • Re-use / Recycling Slide 21
  22. 22. Tata Steel Slide 23 Energy collection : Steel cladding + PV 2020: EPBD: Zero Energy Buildings Building Integrated PV: Option energy-neutral  Tata Steel AluPlusSolar  Tata Steel Prisma + Sollbond 23
  23. 23. Tata Steel Energy collection : thermal collector Colorcoat Renew SC® / SAB zonnecollector  Micro-perforation  Max 50% energy reduction in use Slide 24
  24. 24. Tata Steel Slide 26 Energy reduction using Composite Floor Decking Comflor Active®  CFD  Low temp heating/cooling  Fast reaction time 26
  25. 25. Slide 27 Tata Steel CoretiniumTM Innovative honeycomb production by Tata Steel Tata Steels renowned Colorcoat Prisma® CoretiniumTM 0.4mm coated steel Polypropylene honeycomb core 0.4mm coated steel
  26. 26. Tata Steel Slide CoretiniumTM: Key panel features and advantages Features • • • • • • • • • • Advantages High rigidity to weight Length up to 10 meters Flexible widths (900-1500) Surface flatness Class B fire rating Colorcoat Prisma® + Confidex® guarantee Hollow core structure High dent resistance Efficient material usage • • • • • • Fewer supports & longer span Unique aesthetics Design flexibility No bowing or buckling Covers most façade applications Durability • • • End of life return to basic steel making • Secret fixing Robustness Recycled content & low CO2 footprint Easy recycling (no separation) 28
  27. 27. Tata Steel Conventional Fascades Labyrint-joint Slide Kalzip FC –Fascade Labyrint-joint Only 1 fixing direction No individual repair in case of damage Individual fixing of panels 29
  28. 28. Tata Steel Kalzip FC Fassadensysteem Slide 30
  29. 29. Tata Steel Reference Projects Slide 31
  30. 30. Tata Steel Reference Projects Slide 32
  31. 31. Tata Steel Slide 33 EcoClean™ : surface coating with titanium dioxide (TiO2),  Self-cleaning effect  Smog (NOx) reduction effect 33
  32. 32. Tata Steel Slide 34 Effect titanium dioxide TiO2 Self Cleaning:  Titanium dioxide reacts with ultraviolet light, generates a photocatalytic reaction  significantly lower maintenance effort and a clean facade for many years Spandrel Areas  no ugly traces of dirt water from e.g. air vents Smog (NOx) reduction Exhaust Ports  results from the combustion of fossil fuels, e.g. from cars  purifies the air in immediate proximity to the building surface 34
  33. 33. Tata Steel Slide 35 Smog (NOx) reduction Smog results from the combustion of fossil fuels, e.g. from cars 1000 m² Eco-Clean façade surfaces 35
  34. 34. Tata Steel Slide 36 Reference projects Iceberg appartments , (Denmark) Residential building, (Germany) 36
  35. 35. Tata Steel Steel and Sustainability • Steel Production • Construction/Building Process • In Use Phase • Re-use / Recycling Slide 37
  36. 36. Tata Steel Circulaire Economy: Recycling , Downcycling , Upcycling  Keep materials in the cycle (EU: Roadmap Resource efficient EU)  Avoid Downcycling !!  Strive for Up-cycling !! Slide 38
  37. 37. Tata Steel Slide 39 End of life Construction (NL) Building waste NL :  24 mio ton/year  90% concrete /stone -> noise, dust -> 2 mio truckloads 97% Downcyling Low grade Fill for Road construction 2% Loss 1% Concrete Granulate (Downcycling) Source: eindrapport hoogwaardig hergebruik steenachtige materialen /Agentschap NL 2010
  38. 38. Tata Steel Slide 40 Recycling:LCA steel construction Re-use Building Re-use Steel - Re-cladding - Flexible walling - Upgrade Services Beams : 50% Cladding : 30% Loss: Same Quality <1% Re-melt Higher Quality “Upcycling”
  39. 39. Tata Steel Sustainable Construction : future Offices Empty offices: 7,1 + 6,1=13,2 mio m2 (27% of market) No steel framed office empty :  Steelstructures are flexible/adaptable -> renovation or other function possible  Long functional life = low environmental footprint  Steel structure has high residual value (reuse/recycling), they are demontable so low demolishing costs Slide 41
  40. 40. Tata Steel Breeam Excellent projects Lely Maasluis: office + production hall Lidl Heerenveen: distribution centre (top sustainability NL) Nature’s Pride Maasdijk: distribution centre (top EU ) Slide 42
  41. 41. Tata Steel Sustainable materials in Infra  Agentschap NL + RWS: LCA study bridges (2013)  Steel most sustainable Source : Agenschap NL studie 2013 Slide 43
  42. 42. Tata Steel Content Summary 1 Tata Steel 2 Trends Construction 3 Sustainability 4 LCA + Innovations 5 Summary & Conclusions Slide 45
  43. 43. Tata Steel  Sustainability is becoming key factor in construction  Slide 46 Innovative Steel/Alu products provides excellent opportunities to improve the sustainability of buildings.    Process developments (Hisarna, etc.) and  Product developments (HSS) reduce “Embodied” environmental impacts  Innovative steel solutions provide energy reduction “in Use” Steel in construction means :  High flexibility /adaptability -> extended building life  Highest re-use of building materials  Closed loop of all steel building materials  No downcycling of building materials, the only material with option for Up-cycling -> “cradle to cradle” Steel is the material for a Sustainable future
  44. 44. Tata Steel Do you have any Questions ? Slide 47
  45. 45. Tata Steel Together we make the difference Slide 48

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