Circular project| impact SDG: 7, 9, 12, 13
The Province of Limburg together with the municipalities of Maastricht, Meerssen and Sittard-Geleen are planning a contract for the supply and maintenance of the public lighting.
There are currently about 7,500 light poles in Limburg and almost 9,000 luminaires (supporting structures) spread along provincial roads throughout the province.
The aim is to conclude a framework agreement for the performance of the maintenance contract.
Contracting Authority: municipalities of Maastricht, Meerssen and Sittard-Geleen and the Province of Limburg
Period: The tender was published in November 2020
Circular elements: On the basis of the innovations that are used in the execution of the assignment and innovations that are currently under development.
this project contributes to the SDG
positive impact indicators
The indicators are based on the international SDG of the United Nations.
Insight into the application of sustainable innovations for work processes, materials and techniques and innovations that are under development.
Good communication and planning to ensure limited nuisance, inconvenience and unsafe situations during the work.
Proper maintenance and cleaning extend the life of materials.
Disassembly and standardization make reuse possible.
Dimming lighting and switching to LED fixtures saves approximately 657,468 kg of CO2 per year based on gray electricity.
For this tender, the minimum criteria from the MVI criterion tool apply as a requirement for:
- GROUNDWORKS, SITE PREPARATION AND REMEDIATION / SOIL REMEDIATION
- CABLES AND PIPES
- PUBLIC LIGHTING
- MOBILE IMPLEMENTS OUTSURING.
As award criteria for sustainability and innovation (20%), the entrepreneur must describe how this is implemented in his own organization, the working method and the service provision in relation to the assignment.
“The MVI criteria requirements have been applied for the lighting. To increase circularity, sustainability and innovation were requested for this tender. By switching completely to LED, we will save the power consumption of approximately 400 households every year”.