Results and deliverables
Project documents and deliverables by project component
Component 1 – Communication:
- MEID brochure in Bosnian: click here to download
- MEID brochure in English: click here to download
- MEID brochure in French: click here to download
- MEID brochure in Greek: click here to download
- MEID brochure in Italian : click here to download
- MEID brochure in Spanish: click here to download
Component 2 – Project Management:
- Report on the launching event of the MEID Project (Mediterranean Eco-Industrial Development) at ECOMONDO 2010, International Trade Fair of Material and Energy Recovery and Sustainable Development, 3 November 2010, Rimini, Italy. Arianna Dominici Loprieno, Rovena Preka, Maria Litodo, Mario Tarantini. Download the document.
- MEID project 1st Annual report (report covers project activities realised within July 1st 2010-August 31th, 2011). Download the report.
Component 3 – SWOT analysis of Industrial Areas (IAs):
- The SWOT questionnaire: the explanation and questionnaires in project languages is available here .
- The database of Best Available Techniques (BAT) in the Industrial Areas of the Mediterranean Region: the description of the data base and access are available here. Access directly the BAT Database: click here
- MEID Report for Territorial Analysis, 2011. This report covers the Industrial Areas based in MEID partner countries: Italy, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Spain, France, and Malta. Download the report.
- SWOT Analysis on Sustainable Industrial Areas in each partner country: Italy, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Spain, France, and Malta, 2011. This analysis provides a global vision of the development of the Sustainable Industrial Areas at local and Mediterranean levels and concerns a set of aspects:
- legislation frameworks of the functioning of the Industrial Areas,
- profiling of Industrial Areas in different countries,
- local SWOTs and integrated Mediterranean SWOT analysis. Download the report.
Component 4 – MEID model definition:
- Definition of BAT (Best Available Techniques) applicable in Industrial MED Areas, a report explaining the approach of definitionof BAT and structure of the database: download the report. Access directly the BAT Database: click here
- Definition of tools and methods , report resuminng the current situation of each country participating in the SWOT survey (Greece, Malta, Bosnia-Herzegovina, France, Spain, Italy) in terms legislation for sustainable industrial development, tools for territorial planning and industrial area management’s issues. Download the report.
- Report on applicable European law and voluntary standard. The purpose of this report is to analyze the main European standards related to the management of industrial areas and to the protection of environmental and related social and economic aspects. This document will briefly resume the rules governing industrial areas considering them as complex systems formed by a plurality of companies within a modern concept of sustainable production plants. Download the report.
- Streamlined life assessment of 2 industrial buildings in Italy.
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the life cycle (LCA) of two industrial buildings produced by two different companies operating in the industrial area of Ragusa:
- Industrial building A: precast reinforced concrete the surface is 1,500 m2
- Industrial building B: the backbone of the building is frame, with horizontal and vertical elements precast concrete, exterior rear-end collisions are made up of vertical panels, also prefabricated reinforced concrete, the surface is 2,500 m2. Download the full report.
- Guide for the construction of environmentally sustainable industrial buildings, summarised version. This “Guide for the Construction of Environmentally Sustainable Industrial Buildings in the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country” describes a wide list of good practices applicable to the construction of buildings and industrial sites throughout all its lifecycle (covering construction materials, as well as the construction process and issues related to energy consumption and other natural resources that are associated to the use of the building, amongst others).The summary of this guide has been prepared by the interregional cooperation project MEID.The aim of this Guide is to present a series of recommendations to the different agents implied in the process of design, construction and maintenance for a specific construction project, to ensure that this is undertaken under an environmentally sustainable perspective. At the same time, a practical methodology is associated to the guide, which will enable measuring or quantifying the degree of sustainability pertaining to industrial buildings. Download the guide.
- MEID Procedural Model. This document defines the procedure of the MEID model, to be intended as a series of necessary steps to be followed in order to implement a sustainable management of Mediterranean industrial areas. Specifically, there are described the essential requisites of a “sustainable” industrial area, among which a Sustainable Industrial Building (SIB) trademark which characterizes the MEID Model. Download the report.
Component 5 – Validation and Pilot test:
- The MEID training program: click here. The MEID training program address Industrial Area managers, local and regional public authorities, regional agencies and national development associations, business intermediaries, SMEs, corporate groups, financial and investment community.
Realised by Mediterranean project partners, the MEID training program includes:
- MEID model presentation and its practical application aspects
- Technical and Transversal topics related to the development of sustainable industrial areas
- Mediterranean case studies linked to the sustainable development.