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Tartu circular renovation

General information

Tartu has set a goal to achieve the mission of 100 climate-neutral cities in Europe and be climate-neutral by 2030. The construction sector generates 9% of Estonia's waste, and the recycling of waste in the construction sector today is of low quality - over 90% of recycled construction materials are used for backfill.

In order to achieve climate neutrality, it is necessary to urgently and comprehensively renovate at least 50% of the existing building stock. This means that the generation of construction and demolition waste increases significantly, and reusing solutions for the materials must be found or the waste must be recycled as a material. However, backfilling areas for construction materials within the city have been exhausted, and using resources for backfilling is actually a waste.

As part of the Tartu recycling project, solutions are being piloted that demonstrate the circular use potential of building materials. The most important goal of the project is that the principles of the circular economy are integrated into the process of the renovation wave taking place in the city of Tartu.

The main goals of the Tartu circular renovation project

 

1. To introduce the principles of circular renovation in Tartu city government.

2. To develop methods of proving the usability of building materials resulting from renovation and demolition projects.

3. Increase the awareness of key groups of circular renovation.

4. To develop a concept of warehouse for recycable building materials. 

5. Create demonstration objects of ring roofing of building materials.

 

Media coverage

Tartus valmis esimene ringkasutatud ehitusmaterjalidest rattapaviljon

Ehitusprügi läheb teisele ringile moodsate rattaparklatena

В Тарту появился первый павильон для велосипедов, построенный из строительных отходов

 

Projekti toel valmiv pooleliolev rattamaja
Projekti toel valmiv pooleliolev rattamaja

Activities

• Analysis: Circular economy solutions for renovation in Tartu are hindered by regulatory barriers and opportunities to mitigate them.

• 10 important steps to enhance circular renovation to be taken into account when updating the Tartu waste plan.

• Development of methods for proving the usability of building materials resulting from renovation and demolition projects.

• Training courses for self-builders and private property owners.

• Circular renovation workshops for architects and engineers.

• Training of circular economy enterprises.

• Development and implementation of the business model for the concept of warehouse for recycable building materials. 

• Creating a digital solution (website, app etc) for the concept of warehouse for recycable building materials.

• Piloting circular renovation solutions in cooperation with the LIFE IP BUILDEST project - Estonian renovation marathon (www.tartu.ee/buildest)

Timeline

• November 2022 to January 2023 - review and assessment of relevance, analysis of requirements related to construction arising from legislation of the city of Tartu.

• October 2022 to February 2024 - Creation of a circular renovation database, including information collection, systematization, input and development work as well as testing and implementation in February 2024.

• October to December 2022 - Mapping the situation of reuse of building materials in Tartu.

• Development of methods for proving the usability of building materials resulting from renovation and demolition projects.

• Spring 2023 - The first bike pavilion will be completed (completion depends on winter conditions).

• By autumn 2023 - Three more bicycle pavilions will be completed.

• By the end of 2023 - Solutions and principles for assessing the circular use of materials will be ready.

• During 2023 - Trainings to empower key groups of circular renovation.

• February 2023 to April 2023 - Exchange of experiences of good circular renovation examples, solutions and models with partners outside the project. Discussions in the city council and with all project parties.

• May 2023 - Good examples and practice from external project partners. The activity includes a foreign mission to Trondheim and a meeting with foreign partners.

• November 2023 - Training of city government officials.

• September to October 2023 - 10 important steps to strengthen circular renovation to be taken into account when updating Tartu's waste plan. Development of activities and proposals for Tartu.

• Autumn 2022 to autumn 2023 - Construction of bicycle pavilions, including demonstration of circular roofing of building materials in bicycle pavilions.

• July 2023 to February 2024 - Trainings on the reuse of building materials.

Rattapaviljonid

Ehitusmaterjalide ringkasutuse demoobjektidena valmivad rattapaviljonid Tartu avalikus linnaruumis. 2023. aasta lõpuks on  valminud kolm avalikus kasutuses olevat rattapaviljoni.

Karlova kooli rattapaviljon

Karlova kooli Salme õppehoone juurde ehitatud rattapaviljoni puitosas on ära kasutatud samas kohas varem asunud kuuri materjale ja metallosa oli varem kasutuses aiana.

Katusealust saavad jalgrataste hoidmiseks kasutada Tartu Karlova Kooli õpetajad ja õpilased.

 

Muusikakooli rattapaviljon

Kaunase puiesteel asuva rattapaviljoni katusekate pärineb Aravete lasteaiast, kivisillutis kattis varem Tartu Rukkilille monumendi ümbrust ja puitdetailid saadi Kubija spaahotelli lammutustöödelt.

Katusealust saavad jalgrataste hoidmiseks kasutada Tartu Linnaraamatukogu ja Tartu II Muusikakooli külastajad ning õpilased.

 

Roosi kettagolfi rattapaviljon

Raadil asuva kettagolfi raja jaoks ehitatud paviljoni puit ja nurgikud on pärit Helliku lasteaia varjualustest. Lisaks on paviljoni aluse ehitusel kasutatud suudlevate tudengite purskkaevu ehitusest üle jäänud betoonelemente. Katuseplekk on Aravete lasteaia lammutusest ja sillutiskivi Rukkilille monumendi platsilt.

Rattapaviljon on mõeldud eelkõige Roosi discgolfi kasutajatele. Arhitektuurse lahenduse koostamisel arvestati kettagolfi mängijate soove, et varjualust saaks võistluste ajal ka staabina kasutada.

Ehitusmaterjalide ringkasutuspank


Tartu linn ja Terasteenus OÜ avasid 1. oktoobril ehitusmaterjalide ringkasutuspanga aadressil Jaamamõisa 30. Keskuse eesmärgiks on parandada kasutatud ehitusmaterjalide kättesaadavust, suurendada nende taaskasutamist ja vähendada ehitusjäätmete teket. Aasta kestva pilootprojekti abil saab ka parema ülevaate turuolukorrast ning taolise ärimudeli tasuvusest.

Kasutatud ehitusmaterjalide ringkasutuspanga teenust osutab Terasteenus OÜ, kuid Tartu linnavalitsus annab teenuse pakkumiseks vajalikud ruumid tasuta kasutada. Ringkasutuspank peaks olema kasulik nii materjalide loovutajatele kui uutele omanike. Praegu peab ehitusest või lammutusest üle jäänud materjalide jäätmejaama viimise eest maksma, kuid ringkasutuspanka saab taaskasutatavaid ehitusmaterjale tasuta ära anda tasuta. Loomulikult peavad aga materjalid olema taaskasutatavad, kasutuspotentsiaalita jäätmeid vastu ei võeta ja need tuleb viia jäätmejaama. Teenusepakkujal on õigus materjale tasu eest edasi müüa, kuid ostja jaoks on hinnad soodsamad kui ehituspoes ja lisaks on tegu keskkonnasõbraliku lahendusega.

Materjale saab ringkasutusse tuua E-R 8-19 ja L 10-16. Täpne aeg aga tuleb eelnevalt kokku leppida helistades numbril 5264845.

Contacts

Tartu linnavalitsuse linnavarade osakonna majandamisteenistuse juhataja Eva Lääne, tel 7361 175, e-post [email protected]

Project partners

Tartu City Government

TalTech

Information Centre for Sustainable Renovation

SINTEF

Trondheim Municipality

General Assembly of Estonian Waste Management Association

 

23.05.2023

Last changed 05.10.2023