Pre-refurbishment audits involve the assessment and analysis of waste produced from the demolition element of a building refurbishment (requirement of BREEAM assessment). We are on the preferred supplier list for ISG for this service.
These audits identify opportunities for reclamation, re-use and recycling from a refurbishment process. The end report will provide you with a graphical display of the waste arisings that can be expected from the process, along with a list of recommendations for reducing your waste disposal costs.
Pre-refurbishment audits are prepared to the ICE Demolition Protocol standard and can be requested for planning requirements. They are a main requirement of the BREEAM 2014 Refurbishment standard. They are designed to highlight the potential for maximum material recovery through refurbishment, and provide a bill of quantities of tonnages that will arise. A report will be produced detailing materials arisings as well as a list of suggested actions to achieve maximum material recovery.
The report includes information on the following:
- The potential for maximum material recovery through refurbishment
- A refurbishment bill of quantities, which identifies tonnages and potential applications of materials arising from refurbishment.
- A set of recommendations for material segregation, considering the potential impact of contamination and the cost benefits for recovery and reclamation.
Why Do You Need A Pre-refurbishment Audit?
Pre-refurbishment audits are a requirement for meeting BREEAM Wst 01 Construction Waste Management standard. Find out more about this BREEAM standard.
To arrange your Pre-refurbishment Audit
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