Circular Economy Model Office Guide (CEMO).

CEMO is a process to help you design out waste in commercial refurbishments and builds using Circular Economy* principles

Cerebos Greggs, Auckland. Designed by Creative Spaces – onsite repurpose of kauri doors from previous occupants Boardroom as sliding wall. CEMO compliant Interface carpet tiles. Cerebos Greggs, Auckland. Designed by Creative Spaces – onsite repurpose of full height glass from previous tenants as glass board. Plus solid core doors repurposed as cladding for ‘tree house’ space above. Cerebos Greggs, Auckland. Designed by Creative Spaces – repurposed original floorboards from Cerebos Greggs factory in Dunedin as reception desk frontage.
Cerebos Greggs, Auckland. Designed by Creative Spaces – onsite repurpose of kauri doors from previous occupants Boardroom as feature panelling. CEMO compliant Interface carpet tiles.  Beca, Auckland – Interface carpet tiles from Inzide Commercial – CEMO complaint / part of Ministry for the Environment accredited product stewardship scheme

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Appendix 1 - Materials Matrices,

                                                    i.    Existing Materials Matrix – Overview

                                                   ii.     Existing Materials Matrix – Project Specific

                                                  iii.     Introduced Materials Matrix – Project Specific

Appendix 2 - CEMO new materials compliance

Appendix 3 - Specification 1226CE CEMO PROJECT - SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Appendix 4 – CEMO Declaration

Appendix 5 - Specific information regarding CEMO links with other Building Initiatives.

 

For further information contact james@sustainable.org.nz

*A Circular economy is one where the lifecycle of materials is maximised, usage optimised and at the end of life all materials are re-utilised.

 

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