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NEN-ISO 21928-2

Sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works - Sustainability indicators - Part 2: Framework for the development of indicators for civil engineering works

active, Most Current
Organization: NEN
Publication Date: 1 May 2023
Status: active
Page Count: 100
ICS Code (Buildings in general): 91.040.01
scope:

This document establishes a set of common aspects and impacts for all typologies of civil engineering works, and identifies core sets of environmental, social and economic aspects and impacts for each typology of civil engineering works defined.

The common core set of aspects and impacts described in this document are applicable to all types of civil engineering works. In addition, this document describes specific core sets of aspects and impacts for different typologies of civil engineering works (industrial process infrastructures; linear infrastructures; dams and other fluvial works; maritime works; public spaces; and other civil engineering works not contained in the previous typologies).

Further, the document gives rules for establishing a system of indicators and describes how to use sustainability indicators regarding civil engineering works.

This document does not provide guidelines for the weighting of indicators or the aggregation of assessment results.

Document History

NEN-ISO 21928-2
May 1, 2023
Sustainability in buildings and civil engineering works - Sustainability indicators - Part 2: Framework for the development of indicators for civil engineering works
This document establishes a set of common aspects and impacts for all typologies of civil engineering works, and identifies core sets of environmental, social and economic aspects and impacts for...

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