Material Mapper is a data platform that tells you when, where, what types and what quantities of building materials will result from deconstructed/demolished buildings.
- Which buildings will be demolished/deconstructed within the next 5 years
- What materials will result from the demolishing process
- What quantities of materials will result from the building demolition
- What types of buildings will be demolished (plus satellite image)
- Address of the buildings planned to be taken down
- Estimates for CO2 emissions that could be saved if materials were reused
- Municipalities – in order to facilitate sustainable city planning and CO2 emission savings.
- Demolishers – to save time and money for estimating pricing offers for tenders.
- Recyclers – to have information on available material amounts.
- Property owners/developers – to determine leftover value of buildings.
- Marketplaces – to gain access to large quantities of reusable construction materials.
- Data houses – to get information for reports or statistics.
Yes! Material Mapper can estimate what amounts of material can be realistically re-used and what amounts of CO2 will be saved in the case of re-using that quantity of material Vs using virgin (new) materials.
No. Material Mapper is currently a data platform solely, however it is possible to collaborate with marketplaces or build a new one on top of the database.
Material Mapper is based out of Oslo, Norway.
Currently Material Mapper has the Municipality of Oslo in the system, however all other major municipalities of Norway will be added within the year 2021.