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  • G REEN TECHNOLOGY G REEN INNOVATIONS Together for Sustainable Future
  • W HAT IS GREEN TECHNOLOGY • Environmental friendly technology • Conserve natural resources and the environment – Sustainable development • Radical thinking to change • Innovative technology
  • G OALS OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY • Rethinking • Recycling • Renewing • Reducing • Responsibility
  • G OALS OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY 1. R EDUCE  Fuels  Waste  Energy consumption  Using clean water  Purchasing
  • G OALS OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY 2. R ECYCLING Aggregates and Concrete Paper Plastic Can Batteries Clothing
  • G OALS OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY 3. R ENEWING  Renewing Energy: 1. Wind power 2. Water power 3. Solar Energy 4. Bio-fuel  Waste water
  • G OALS OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY 4. R ESPONSIBILITY One world One dream
  • G OALS OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY 5. R ETHINKING Radical thinking for fundamental changes
  • T YPES OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY • Energy • Building • Preffered purcuase • Chemistry • Nanotechnology
  • C ASE STUDY 1: BC C ANCER A GENCY R ESEARCH C ENTRE
  • L EADERSHIP IN E NERGY AND E NVIRONMENTAL D ESIGN levels—certified (silver, gold, and platinum) there must be significant reduction or elimination of negative impacts in five areas: water efficiency, energy efficiency and renewable energy, conservation of materials and resources, sustainable site planning, and indoor environmental quality.
  • 50 PERCENT LESS ENERGY CONSUMPTION THAN A BUILDING OF COMPARABLE SIZE 43 PERCENT SAVING OF POTABLE WATER DEMANDS 98.5 PERCENT OF THE CONSTRUCTION WASTE FOR THE PROJECT WAS DIVERTED FROM LANDFILL .
  • EVERY DOLLAR SAVED GOES BACK INTO CANCER RESEARCH
  • C ASE 2: G REEN I NNOVATION I NITIATIVE IN ASIA  New era for eco-friendly construction industry in Singapore – Intelligent and Sustainable building  Example: National Library of Singapore and  Green City – Strategic development policy in China
  • C ASE 2: G REEN BUILDING CASES IN S INGAPORE BCA Green mark Scheme first launch in 1995 Initiative to environmental- friendly building Sustainability in Singapore Construction Industry
  • C ASE 2: BCA GREEN MARK What is BCA Green Mark? Green building rating system for environmental impact and performance
  • C ASE 2: BCA G REEN MARK CRITERIA Energy Efficiency Water Efficiency Site/Project Development & Management (Building Management & Operation for existing buildings) Good Indoor Environmental Quality & Environmental Protection Innovation
  • C ASE 2: BCA GREEN MARK BENEFITS  Facilitate reduction in water and energy bills,  Reduce potential environmental impact,  Improve indoor environmental quality for a healthy and productive workplace,  Provide clear direction for continual improvement
  • C ASE 2: N ATIONAL LIBRARY IN S INGAPORE  Escalators and water taps with motion-sensors  Use of natural lighting  Building garden and green root  Save about 10-per-cent on its monthly energy bill
  • C ASE 2: N ATIONAL L IBRARY S INGAPORE
  • C ASE 2: G REEN CITIES IN C HINA AT A GLANCE
  • C ASE 3: E NVAC ’ S UNDERGROUND WASTE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM http://www.building.co.uk/story.asp?storycode=3129531
  • O BJECTIVES  to reduce the total amount of household waste  reduce waste collection by heavy traffic  introduce source separation
  • S TATIONARY SYSTEM
  • M OBILE SYSTEM
  • W HAT CAN WE DO ? • Responsibility for the environment • Rethink the way we live, use energy, natural resources • Issues: 1. Reducing Exhaustion 2. Recycle Waste 3. Renewing Energy  Time: 1. Brainstorming: 10 minutes 2. Presentation: 4-5 minutes / group
  • G ENERATION “W E ” Together we can make a difference for a better world