This building type consists of single- and two-family houses of different ages. It was generated for material cadastre calculations as part of the INTEGRAL project (https://www.ioer.de/en/projects/integral) for the city of Dresden.
The allocation of mineral building materials to raw material categories is based on formulas. These specify the type and quantity of raw materials required for the production of the mineral building materials. The differentiation according to raw material categories forms the basis for the estimation of raw material requirements as a contribution to the resource conservation discussion.
The allocation of mineral building materials to waste categories is based on the Waste Catalogue Ordinance (AVV). The waste categories reflect which construction and demolition materials are produced during demolition. Their differentiation is an important link towards the execution of recycling in order to identify future recycling potentials.
Determination of the building material-induced emissions ("grey emissions") is based on life-cycle assessment data (Ökobaudat database). The Global Warming Potential (GWP) is taken into consideration. It indicates how much CO2 equivalent is generated during the production of building materials (modules A1-A3), taking into account the given energy mix. The statements regarding CO2 emissions help to describe greenhouse effects as a contribution to the discussion of climate protection aspects.