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ENVIRONMENTAL PRODUCT DECLARATION as per ISO 14025 and EN 15804 Owner of the Declaration Programme holder Publisher Declaration number Issue date Valid to RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU) Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. (IBU) EPD-RHE-2012121-E 28.12.2012 27.12.2017 RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey www.bau-umwelt.com https epd-online.com PATINA LINE 1 Environmental Product Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey Umwelt Produktdeklaration Name des Herstellers Name des Produkts 1. General Information RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG Programme holder IBU - Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. Rheinufer 108 D-53639 K nigswinter Declaration number EPD-RHE-2012121-E This Declaration is based on the Product Category Rules Building metals 07-2012 (PCR tested and approved by the independent expert committee [SVA]) Issue date 28.12.2012 Valid to 27.12.2017 RHEINZINK-prePatina blue-grey and graphite-grey Owner of the Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG Bahnhofstra e 90 45711 Datteln Declared product Declared unit RHEINZINK -prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey Scope The Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) was carried out according to DIN ISO 14040 et sqq. Specific data from the company RHEINZINK in Datteln Germany and from the data base GaBi 5 were used. The LCA was carried out for the manufacturing phase of the products taking into account all background data such as raw material production and transports ( cradle to gate ). The use phase of the titanium zinc sheets is divided into several application areas roofing applications roof drainage and facade claddings. The treatment for the titanium zinc sheets was modeled in re-melting furnaces for the end of life phase. The thereby resulting credit of extracted zinc is counted as replacement for primary zinc. The owner of the declaration shall be liable for the underlying information and evidence. Verification The CEN Norm EN 15804 serves as the core PCR Independent verification of the declaration and data according to ISO 14025 internally externally Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst J. Bossenmayer (President of Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V.) Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Wolf Reinhardt (Chairman of SVA) Dr.-Ing. Ivo Mersiowsky (Independent tester appointed by SVA) 2. Product 2.1 Product description The basis of the RHEINZINK alloy is electrolytic highgrade fine zinc in accordance with DIN EN 1179 with a 99.995 % degree of purity. Added to this are small amounts of titanium and copper based on EN 988. In addition to other factors the alloy composition is not only of importance for the technological material properties of RHEINZINK but also for the colour of its patina. 2.2 Application System Double-standing seam Roll-cap System Square tiles Gutter Downpipe Angle-standing seam Angle-standing seam Flat-lock tiles Reveal panel Horizontal panel Shipboard panel Area of Application Roof Roof Roof Roofdrainage Roofdrainage Fa ade cladding Fa ade cladding Fa ade cladding Fa ade cladding Fa ade cladding Fa ade cladding Thickness of metal Weigh per m 0 70 0 70 0 70 0 70 0 70 0 70 0 80 0 70 1 00 1 00 1 00 5 6 kg m 5 8 kg m 7 7 kg m 1 7 kg m 1 6 kg m 5 7 kg m 6 6 kg m 7 kg m 9 8 kg m 9 8 kg m 10 4 kg m Titanium zinc sheets strips and profiles for roofing and facade cladding Roof drainage systems (roof gutters pipes and accessories) 2.3 Technical Data The following table gives conversion data from product surface mass per unit area for the relevant product systems. Technological Data Name Testing standard Value 22 150 80.000 420 109 7200 Unit 10-6K-1 N mm N mm C W (mK) kg m Coefficient of thermal expansion Tensile strength EN 10002-1 Modulus of elasticity Melting point Thermal conductivity Density No testing standard required Test related to F. Porter Zinc Handbook Marcel Dekker Inc. 1991 (ISBN 0824783409) 3 Environmental Product Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey 2.4 Placing on the market Application rules EN 988 1996-08 - Zinc and zinc alloys - Specification for rolled flat products for building EN 506 2000-12 - Roofing products from metal sheet specification for self-supporting products of copper and zinc sheet EN 612 2005-04 - Eaves gutters with bead stiffened fronts and rainwater pipes with seamed joints made of metal sheet 2.5 Delivery status The material RHEINZINK is delivered in thicknesses from 0 5 1 5 mm. The maximum width of strips and sheets for prePATINA blue-grey is 1.000 mm. The max. width for RHEINZINK-prePATINA graphite-grey is 700 mm. The standard sheets are delivered in 1x2 m and 1x3m strips are coiled up to 1 to weight. Finished products are delivered to customer specification. 2.6 Base materials Ancillary materials Coiling Subsequently the readily rolled RHEINZINK is wound up into coils of 20 tons weight (so-called bigcoils). They are still at a temperature of 100 C and are stored for further cooling. Stretching and cutting The tensions developed inside the RHEINZINK coils during rolling are stretched-out by a stretching-bending-straighteningprocess. Preweathering After a cleaning process the material is pickled and rinsed. The complete pickling process is carried out in a continuously operating enclosed production process. Afterwards a thin temporary protection layer is applied. Quality control Control by the manufacturer and by T V Rheinland Group. Control of zinc material according to the QUALITY ZINC list of requirements as set up by T V Rheinland Group. Quality management control according to DIN ISO 9001. 2.8 Environment and health during manufacturing Components of RHEINZINK-alloy Special-High-Grade zinc 99.995% (Z1 according to DIN EN 1179) 99 835% Copper 0 08 - 1 0% Titanium 0 07 - 1 2% Aluminium 0 015% Auxiliary substances Lubricant emulsion 0.08 kg t zinc Sulphuric acid 15 g kg zinc Nitric acid 5 g kg zinc Temporary protection 1 - 3 m thickness 2.7 Manufacture Structure of the manufacturing process The manufacturing process comprises seven steps Pre-alloy To improve the quality and for energysaving reasons a pre-alloy is produced at 760 C in an induction crucible stove (meltdown of fine zinc copper titanium and aluminium). The pre-alloy blocks produced contain the titanium and copper portions of the subsequent rolled alloy. Melting The pre-alloy blocks and fine zinc are melted together in large melting stoves (induction channel stoves) at 500 550 C and mixed together completely with induction currents. Casting The final alloy is cooled down below melting point with a closed water circuit in the casting machine resulting in a solid cast string. Rolling There is a cooling distance between casting machine and roller racks. The rolling is done by 5 roller pairs so-called roller racks. With adequate pressures the material thickness is reduced by up to 50% at each of these roller racks. Simultaneously the material is cooled and greased using a special emulsion. Environmental management according to DIN EN ISO 14001. Energy management according to ISO 50001. 2.9 Product processing Installation Basic principles During transportation and storage RHEINZINK must be kept dry and ventilated to avoid the formation of zinc hydroxide For the same reason when laying RHEINZINK on wet surfaces or in the rain it should be ensured that the base material does not have hygroscopic properties ie. will dry off. The thermic stretching of the material has to be taken into consideration when handling installing the product. Due to the typical brittleness of zinc under cold conditions the temperature of the product should be 10 C. In other cases adequate mechanical equipment should be used e.g. hot air blasts. 2.10 Packaging Packaging of the titanium zinc sheets The packaging materials in use paper cardboard polyethylene (PE foils) polypropylene (PP foils) and steel are recyclable (non-reusable wooden pallets reusable wooden and metal pallets). If gathered separately return in Germany is organized by INTERSEROH. which collects the packaging material at given sites with exchangeable containers upon request and complies with legal regulations. The reusable wooden and steel pallets are taken back and are reimbursed by RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG and the wholesale trade (refund system). 4 Environmental Product Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey 2.11 Condition of use RHEINZINK is UV-resistant and does not rot. It is resistant against a rust film nonflammable and resistant to radiating heat and against most of the chemical substances used in building construction. Effects on the durability of RHEINZINK products with regard to snow rain and hail are not known. The effects of snow and rain may be neglected. This material has a repellent effect to electrosmog (electromagnetic radiation in excess of 98%). RHEINZINK develops a superficial protective coating the so-called patina which darkens only slightly over the years and which is responsible for the high resistance of zinc against corrosion. In the chemical process that forms this patina zinc-oxide develops in contact with the oxygen in the air. Next due to the influence of water (precipitation) zinchydroxide develops which will be transformed into a tight strongly adhering and non water-soluble coating of basic zinc carbonate (patina) on reaction with the carbon dioxide in the air. Therefore RHEINZINK does not require any maintenance and cleanning. 2.12 Environment and health during use 2.13 Reference service life Service lifetime according to BBSR 50 years theoretical lifetime according to available literature 100 years. The standard ISO 15686 has not been considered. Influences on ageing when applied in accordance with the rules of technology. 2.14 Fire Fire performance The RHEINZINK products comply with DIN 4102 Part 1 and to DIN EN 13501-1 the Requirements of Building Material Class A1 non-combustible . Smoke production smoke concentration When heated above 650 C vaporization as zinc oxide (ZnO) occurs producing smoke. Toxicity of the fumes The ZnO smoke may cause zinc fever (diarrhoea fever dry throat) when inhaled over some period time this disappears completely 1 to 2 days after inhalation. Change of state (burning drip down drop-out) The melting point is 420 C. Water None. Mechanical destruction None. 2.15 Re-use phase Extraordinary effects Environmental aspects The transfer of zinc ions via rain water is constantly reduced due to the development of the natural protecting coat of zinc carbonate (Patina). The further transfer of zinc ions depends mainly on air contamination with acid pollutants particularly with SO2. As a result of the reduction of SO2 concentration in the air to one fifth of the former values during the last 30 years the zinc concentration of precipitation has subsequently been reduced by the same amount in the rainwater. The total-zinc-concentration has been lower that the prescriptive limits for drinking water. In aquatic systems only a small part of the total zinc concentration is available for an oraganism - this amount is called bioavailable. It is related to the physical-chemical contitions of the receiving water body. The bioavailability is for example influenced by the amount of zinc which is organically or inorganically bound linked to particles or competes which other ions. Roof drainage Average Material thickness Density Exposed surface Max. Run-off rate Min. Run-off rate Max. zinc Run-off (per m ) Min. zinc Run-off (per m ) Max. zinc Run-off (per kg) Min. zinc Run-off (per kg) 0 70 mm 7 2 g cm 50% 3 0 g m a 2 0 g m a 1 5 g m a 1 0 g m a 0 3 g kg a 0 2 g kg a Roofing 0 70 mm 7 2 g cm 75% 3 0 g m a 2 0 g m a 2 25 g m a 1 5 g m a 0 45 g kg a 0 3 g kg a Facade cladding 0 80 mm 7 2 g cm 10% 3 0 g m a 2 0 g m a 0 3 g m a 0 2 g m a 0 05 g kg a 0 03 g kg a Disassembly When renovating or disassembling a building RHEINZINK products can easily be collected. Circulation The trimming scrap produced during manufacturing the material is 100% remelted at RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG and processed into new products. The cuttings occurring at building sites as well as used zinc from renovation sites are gathered and may be sent directly or via scrap gathering organisations to secondary melting plants - several exist in Germany. The energy necessary for recycling titanium zinc sheets is only 5% of the primary energy content of zinc. The demand for zinc scrap resulting from zinc recycling s low energy requirement is also mirrored by the fact that generally about 70% of the value of the zinc content is reimbursed. According to the newest information the total recycling rate is up to 96%. 2.16 Disposal Due to the effective recycling process no zinc has to be disposed. 2.17 Further information Additional information www.rheinzink.de Lit. R. H. J. Korenromp et al Diffusive Emissions of zinc due to atmospheric corrosion of zinc coated (galvanised) materials TNO- Report R 99 441 (1999) Health aspects There will be no effects to health if the RHEINZINK products are used according to their designated function. Zinc like iron belongs to the essential metals. Zinc is not accumulated in the body. The recommended daily intake of zinc according to the Deutsche Gesellschaft f r Ern hrung (DGE - German Society for Nutrition) is 15 mg. 5 Environmental Product Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey 3. LCA Calculation rules 3.1 Declared Unit The declared unit is 1 kg of RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey graphite-grey 3.2 System boundary Country and region specific data on energy sources including electricity and region specific data on raw materials such as high grade zinc were taken from GaBi databases. 3.6 Data quality The process data and the used background data (GaBi 5) are consistent. In addition the origin of the data is documented. Additional information is gathered regarding the age of the data. The input and output data of the whole process Plant was strongly emphasized. The supplied data (Processes) were provided by RHEINZINK and checked for plausibility. Therefore the data quality can be described as good. The age of the data employed in this study is due to 2010. 3.7 Period under review Modeling is based on production data from 2010. Background data refer from 2008 to 2011. 3.8 Allocation In this study allocation was avoided wherever possible as required in EN 15804. However the following allocations had to be done Credits from energy recovery of production waste (Modul A3) Credits from recycling from the end of life of the product (ModulD) 3.9 Comparability Basically a comparison or an evaluation of EPD data is only possible if all the data sets to be compared were created according to EN 15804 and the building context respectively the product-specific characteristics of performance are taken into account. Type of the EPD cradle to gate - with options In this study the product stage information modules A1 A2 and A3 are considered. These modules include production of raw material extraction and processing (A1) processing of secondary material input (A1) transport of the raw materials to the manufacturer (A2) manufacturing of the product (A3) and the packaging materials (A3). The EoL of the product (Modul D) is also included. 3.3 Estimates and assumptions No assumptions and estimations were necessary for the LCA. 3.4 Cut-off criteria Criteria for the exclusion of inputs and outputs (cutoff rules) in the LCA and information modules and any additional information are intended to support an efficient calculation procedure. All inputs and outputs to a (unit) process are included in the calculation for which data were available. The applied cut off criteria is 1 % of renewable and nonrenewable primary energy usage and 1 % of the total mass input of that unit process in case of insufficient input data or data gaps for a unit process. The total of neglected input flows per module e.g. per module A B C or D is a maximum of 5 % of energy usage and mass. 3.5 Background data Background processes are taken from the publicly Professional GaBi 5 databases as far as available. 4. LCA Scanrios and additional technical information The modules A4 A5 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 reference service life B6 B7 and C1 C4 are not considered and declared in this study. The credits given in Module D are a result of the 100% recyclability of each zinc-product. After the scrap collection (a collection rate of 96% was assumed) zinc scrap is sent to a re-melting process where the scrap is converted to secondary zinc. The credit for the zinc gained through re-melting is calculated with the dataset of the primary production. 6 Environmental Product Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey 5. LCA Results DESCRIPTION OF THE SYSTEM BOUNDARY (X INCLUDED IN LCA MND MODULE NOT DECLARED) PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS STAGE USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE BENEFITS AND LOADS BEYOND THE SYSTEM BOUNDARYS Operational energy use Constructioninstallation process Waste processing Operational water use De-construction demolition Refurbishment Manufacturing Replacement Raw material supply Maintenance A1 X A2 X A3 X A4 A5 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 C1 C2 C3 C4 MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND MND RESULTS OF THE LCA - ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT 1kg prePatina blue-grey graphite-grey Manufacturing Parameter GWP ODP AP EP POCP ADPE ADPF Caption Einheit [kg CO2- q.] [kg CFC11- q.] [kg SO2- q.] [kg PO43-- q.] [kg Ethen q.] [kg Sb q.] A1-A3 3 9E 00 3 4E-07 2 3E-02 2 7E-03 1 5E-03 2 0E-04 Credits D -2 6E 00 -3 0E-07 -1 9E-02 -2 1E-03 -1 1E-03 -1 6E-04 RESULTS OF THE LCA - RESOURCE USE 1kg prePatina blue-grey graphite-grey Manufacturing Parameter PERE PERM PERT PENRE PENRM PENRT SM RSF NRSF FW Einheit [MJ] [MJ] [MJ] [MJ] [MJ] [MJ] [kg] [MJ] [MJ] A1-A3 8 8E 00 0 8 8E 00 5 1E 01 0 5 1E 01 0 3 2E-04 3 4E-03 3 8E 01 -2 5E 01 [MJ] GWP Global warming potential ODP Depletion potential of the stratospheric ozone layer AP Acidification potential of land and water EP Eutrophication potential POCP Formation potential of tropospheric ozone photochemical oxidants ADPE Abiotic depletion potential for non fossil resources ADPF Abiotic depletion potential for fossil resources Credits D -6 7E 00 0 -6 7E 00 -3 5E 01 0 -3 5E 01 0 4 0E-03 4 2E-02 Caption RESULTS OF THE LCA OUTPUT FLOWS AND WASTE CATEGORIES 1kg prePatina blue-grey graphite-grey Manufacturing Parameter HWD NHWD RWD CRU MFR MER EE [Typ] EE [Typ] Einheit [kg] [kg] [kg] [kg] [kg] [kg] [MJ] [MJ] A1-A3 - - 4 85E-03 0 Credits D - - 3 6E-03 9 6E-01 - - - [m ] PERE Use of renewable primary energy excluding renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials PERM Use of renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials PERT Total use of renewable primary energy resources PENRE Use of non renewable primary energy excluding non renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials PENRM Use of non renewable primary energy resources used as raw materials PENRT Total use of non renewable primary energy resources SM Use of secondary material RSF Use of renewable secondary fuels NRSF Use of non renewable secondary fuels FW Use of net fresh water HWD Hazardous waste disposed NHWD Non hazardous waste disposed RWD Radioactive waste disposed CRU Caption Components for re-use MFR Materials for recycling MER Materials for energy recovery EE Exported energy per energy carrier These indicators are temporarily not reported as agreed in the advisory board meeting from 04.10.2012. 7 Environmental Product Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey ReuseRecoveryRecyclingpotential D X Transport Transport Transport Disposal Repair Use 6. LCA Interpretation Impact categories for the life cycle of 1kg RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey graphit-grey The GWP is dominated by the use of the high grade Zinc (84%). The pre-process of bright-rolled zinc sheet is contributing to 94% to the total GWP impact. Almost the rest is due to the energy consumption and use of auxiliary materials. Around 40% of the impact is credited because of the high recycle rate of the product. The ODP is most notably influenced by the use of the refined Zinc (99%) as raw material. These results come mainly from the used power grid mix and other energy carriers by the extraction and production of high grade zinc. The relevant emissions are the R 11 and R 114. The AP is also dominated by the production due to the emissions related to use of the high grad zinc and to the energy consumption at the manufacture side. Mostly the impact refers to emissions to air 52% from sulfur dioxide and 40% from nitrogen oxides. The EP is significantly influenced by the use of the high grade zinc (95%) in the pre-process of bright-rolled zinc sheet. Almost the rest is due to the use of electric energy and auxiliary materials. Nitrogen oxides emissions contribute with around 91% to the total impact. The POCP is particularly dominated by the use of the refined zinc (94%) and present a similar profile as the eutrophication potential. The main emissions contributing to this impact category are NMVOCs (12%) sulfur dioxide (31%) and nitrogen oxides (34%). The ADP elements are dominated by the raw material high grade Zinc coming from the consumption of copper-gold-silver-ore (82%) and lead zinc ore (20%). The ADP fossil is dominated with around 85% by the raw material Zinc (44% coming from the consumption of hard coal) and 8 2% by the electricity grid mix used during the production of the product bright rolled zinc sheet. The most important energy sources are hard coal (44%) natural gas (26%) crude oil (13%) and lignite (16%). The total primary energy demand is divided into around 89% of non-renewable energy and 11% of renewable energy. The primary energy demand non-renewable (PENRT) is dominated by the raw material high grade zinc. The renewable energy demand (PERT) present a similar profile as the non-renewable the dominating contributor is the high grade zinc production (90%). 8 4% of the total impact comes from the use of electric energy in the production of preweathered zinc sheet. 8 Environmental Product Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey 7. Requisite evidence Runoff rates In a report of TNO of 1999 a literature study was undertaken to determine the runoff rates of zinc in Europe. The following conclusions were taken in this report Corrosion rates refer to the loss of metallic zinc initially accumulating as ionic zinc in the patina layer. Run-off rates refer to the wash-off of ionic zinc from the patina layer the difference being the amount of zinc remaining in the patina layer. Run-off rates will in general be lower than corrosion rates or at maximum equal to the corrosion rates. Available data for corrosion and run-off rate result from exposure of standard test panels mounted on standard test racks. Only little data are available from testing (on) real objects under the variety of typical microclimate conditions to which they are exposed. Recent experimental data with very large test racks (simulating zinc roofs) suggest that small test racks may overestimate the run-off rate. The decrease of the corrosion rates runs parallel to the decrease of the ambient concentrations of SO2 which is generally accepted as the dominant air pollution factor determining corrosion of zinc. Corrosion rates decrease with time due to the increasing protection of the patina layer. Therefore long term (20 years) average corrosion rates will be substantially lower (60% of initial value) than those during the first years of fresh not patinated materials. After a period of about 10 years the run-off rate will be approximately 2 3 of the corrosion rate. Run-off rates can be calculated to be 3 g m a in areas with higher SO2 concentrations and 2 g m a in areas with lower concentrations. 8. References Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. K nigswinter (pub.) General principles for the EPD Programme of the Institute Construction and Environment e.V. (IBU) 2011-09 PCR Part A Product Category Rules for Building-Related Products and Services Part A Calculation Rules for the Life Cycle Assessment and Requirements on the Background Report. 09-2012 PCR Part B PCR Guidance-Texts for Building-Related Products and Services Part B Requirements on the EPD Building Metals 07-2012. http www.bau-umwelt.com EN 15804 EN 15804 2012-04 Sustainability of construction works - Environmental Product Declarations - Core rules for the product category of construction products EN 1179 DIN EN 1179 2003-09 Zinc and zinc alloys - Primary zinc German version EN 1179 2003 EN 501 DIN EN 501 1994-11 Roofing products from metal sheet - Specification for fully supported roofing products of zinc sheets EN 612 DIN EN 612 2005-04 Eaves gutters with bead stiffened fronts and rainwater pipes with seamed joints made of metal sheet EN 988 DIN EN 988 1996-08 Zinc and zinc alloys - Specification for rolled flat products for building German version EN 988 1996 GaBi 5 2011 GaBi 5 Software and Database for Life Cycle Engineering IKP [Institute for Polymer Testing and Polymer Science] University of Stuttgart and PE Europe AG Leinfelden-Echterdingen 2011 9 GaBI 5 2011B GaBi 5 Documentation of GaBi5-Datasets for life cycle engineering. LBP University of Stuttgart and PE INTERNATIONAL AG 2011. http documentation.gabi-software. com ISO 9001 DIN EN ISO 9001 2008 Quality Management SystemRequirements ISO 14001 DIN EN ISO 14001 2009-11 Environmental management systems - Requirements with guidance for use (ISO 14001 2004 Cor. 1 2009) ISO 14025 DIN EN ISO 14025 2011-10 Environmental labels and declarations - Type III environmental declarations - Principles and procedures ISO 50001 DIN EN ISO 50001 2011-12 Energy management systems - Requirements with guidance for use (ISO 50001 2011) Hullmann Heinz (Ed.) Nat rlich oxidierende Metalloberfl chen Umweltauswirkungen beim Einsatz von Kupfer und Zink in Geb udeh llen (Naturally oxidising metal surfaces environmental effects when using copper and zinc for buildings) 2003 Stuttgart Fraunhofer ISB-Verlag ISBN 3-8167-6218-2. R. H. J. Korenromp et al Diffusive Emissions of zinc due to atmospheric corrosion of zinc and zinc coated (galvanised) materials TNO-Report R 99 441 (1999) Bundesinstitut f r Bau- Stadt- und Raumforschung (BBSR) Nutzungsdauer von Bauteilen f r Lebenszyklusanalysen nach BNB (BNB Bewertungssystem Nachhaltiges Bauen) (2011) S. Grund M. Sch nnenbeck Lebensl nglich Dachbaumagazin 12 2011 48-49 (2011) P. Versloot M. de Vries Vastleggen recyclingsysteem voor bouwzink Intron- Studie Nr. 96078 1996 Environmental Product Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG RHEINZINK-prePATINA blue-grey and graphite-grey Publisher Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. Rheinufer 108 53639 K nigswinter Germany Tel Fax Mail Web 49 (0)2223 29 66 79- 0 49 (0)2223 29 66 79- 0 info bau-umwelt.com www.bau-umwelt.com Programme holder Institut Bauen und Umwelt e.V. Rheinufer 108 53639 K nigswinter Germany Tel Fax Mail Web 49 (0)2223 29 66 79- 0 49 (0)2223 29 66 79- 0 info bau-umwelt.com www.bau-umwelt.com Owner of the Declaration RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG Bahnhofstra e 90 45711 Datteln Germany Tel Fax Mail Web 49 2363 605-0 49 2363 605-209 info rheinzink.de www.rheinzink.de Author of the Life Cycle Assessment PE International AG Hauptstrasse 113 70771 Leinfelden-Echterdingen Germany Tel Fax Mail Web 49 711 341817-0 49 711 341817-25 M.Bonell pe-international.com www.pe-international.com This is the conformable print version of the IBUEnvironmental Product Declaration. The original edition is available at www.bau-umwelt.com RHEINZINK GmbH & Co. KG Postfach 1452 45705 Datteln Germany 106046-RZ-INT_EN-000-11-13 Tel. 49 2363 605 - 0 Fax 49 2363 605 - 209 info rheinzink.de www.rheinzink.com