Max-Schmeling-Halle

 

 

 

Measures to reduce resource consumption

• Greening the sloping roof surfaces serves as additional facade insulation and promotes the improvement of the indoor climate

• 1,064 solar modules are installed on the roof of the Max-Schmeling-Halle and produce approx. 225 MWh per year

• Preconditioning of the outside air to regulate the arena temperature

• Renewal of the building management system and thus targeted control of all systems

• The use of daylight through glass facade possible, eg. B. during set-up and cleaning work

• Lighting control via motion detectors and timers

• Successive replacement of conventional lamps with LEDs

• Avoidance of business trips by plane and compensation of corresponding consumption by purchasing CO2 certificates from atmosfair

• Time limiters on taps in the visitor areas and showers in all athletes' changing rooms and cloakrooms in the arena and side halls.

• Low flow taps.

• Economical cleaning techniques, sustainable cleaning agents through the treatment / reuse of cleaning water as a sub-project of the Clean & Green certification.

Approach

• A large proportion of the total CO2 emissions of an event is due to the arrival of the participants. Depending on the catchment area, travel by train or public transport is preferable. Our location offers excellent connections for public transportation. 

• Other options for CO2-free mobility include: B. arrival with rental bikes, for example nextbike. Our cooperation partner has a station at the Max-Schmeling-Halle.

• Further information can be found here.

Gastronomy

• Our partners (suppliers, tenants etc.) are from the region and offer seasonal and /or ecologically produced food.

• We offer vegetarian alternatives.

• We do without: straws, plastic cutlery and use large containers (large buckets with ketchup and mustard) instead of small packaging

• We use deposit cups instead of disposable cups, avoid high amounts of waste and use waste presses to minimize the amount of waste. Purchasing, communication and documentation.

Purchasing, communication and documentation

Our suppliers, partners and we consider the following points when procuring products and purchasing services:

• We avoid unnecessary printing and reduce the consumption of paper, toner and electricity.

• We strive for an almost paper-free office operation, the work documentation and accounting are done electronically.

• Compliance with sustainability criteria for procurement processes and ordering services, e.g. B. Transfer of social security contributions, no bogus self-employment; Compliance with minimum wage and tariff requirements, compliance with occupational safety and much more .

 • Company health management for employees, concrete offers such as B. massages, fruit and sports.

• Sustainable topics are proposed in regular meetings and their implementation is discussed.

• Information sharing and training of all employees and actors.

• Reduction of waste through consistent waste management.

• CO² compensation for the transport of letters takes place in the entire Gegenbauer group.

Water saving

• Time limiters on taps in the visitor areas and showers in all athletes' changing rooms and cloakrooms in the arena and side halls.

• Low flow taps.

• Economical cleaning techniques, sustainable cleaning agents through the treatment / reuse of cleaning water as a sub-project of the Clean & Green certification.

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