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《資本傑出環保大獎2010頒獎典禮》

【香港 — 2010年11月9日】 由《資本雜誌》主辦的「資本傑出環保大獎2010頒獎典禮」,今日假香港跑馬地馬場舉行頒獎典禮。

隨著氣候暖化越趨嚴重,環境保護已成為全球的重要課題,當中市民的參與和企業的支持,對環保政策的推行和成效均肩負著重要作用。事實上,香港商界當中,已有不少企業先軀,早已實行「低碳」政策,配合政府推動綠色經濟。

為表揚一眾傑出企業,在推行綠色經濟中,對香港以至全球的貢獻,《資本雜誌》今年將首度舉辦《資本傑出環保大獎》,期望透過這項活動,彰顯企業卓著的社會責任,繼續鼓勵和提升香港的綠色營商環境和競爭力,

今年共有十八個企業獲獎,當中分為《資本傑出環保表現大獎》和《資本傑出環保企業大獎》,分別頒與推行環保政策且獲卓著成就的企業;及提供優質環保解決方案之企業。評審準則主要是根據企業對保護環境的承諾、對保護環境的市場策略、已作出的貢獻及成績,以及企業內部管理的成效而釐定。而評分則來自學界、政界、商界及環保團體等知名人士組成的專業評審團,及《資本雜誌》編務委員會各佔50%選出。,務求集合各界之意見,以達致公平、公正的評選。

「資本傑出環保大獎」出席嘉賓如下(排名不分先後)︰

劉心怡小姐 香港天文台署理助理台長
何惠萍小姐 環保促進會行政總幹事
鍾志平博士 香港明天更好基金理事
譚惠珠女士 香港特別行政區第十一屆全國人大代表
雷添良先生, JP 香港特別行政區第十一屆全國人大代表
王英偉先生, SBS, JP 香港特別行政區第十一屆全國人大代表
梁家傑先生, SC 立法會議員
羅君美女士, MH, JP  環境保護運動委員會副主席
梁定宇先生 東華三院主席
莫國和教授 香港品質保證局主席
林乾禮太平紳士 長春社主席
脫志詠先生 環保生態協會總幹事
陳鏡治先生  香港物流協會會長

「資本傑出環保大獎」得獎名單如下(排名不分先後)︰

「資本傑出環保企業大獎」:
Aviva人壽保險有限公司
Canon Hongkong Co. Ltd.
中電控股有限公司
康業服務有限公司
香港上海滙豐銀行有限公司
新鴻基地產
香港中華煤氣有限公司

「資本傑出環保表現大獎」:
Coolpoint Energy Ltd.
第一線有限公司
EcoSmart Energy Management Ltd.
Fidelity (Far East) Trading Co., Ltd
Fukutomi Company Limited
金東貿易 (香港)有限公司
Kukel Technology Company Limited
利安電光源(香港)有限公司 – 曼佳美®
理光(香港)有限公司
SINOMAX Health & Household Products Ltd.
Synergy Green Technology Co. Limited

 

New Campus with Wind System in Sichuan- September 10, 2010

7 September 2010

CUHK Builds Advanced Eco School in Two Weeks for Sichuan

A research team led by Prof. Zhu Jingxiang of the School of Architecture at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) has developed an advanced architectural system for the construction of the New Bud Study Hall in Sichuan this summer. Based on the experience of building the first New Bud Primary School at Xiasi village in Sichuan’s Jiange County, the new Study Hall excels further in energy efficiency and space design, while retaining certain distinguishing features of the first school, such as earthquake resistance, durability and short construction time (two weeks).

With the support of the Hong Kong Dragon Culture Charity Fund and the CUHK New Asia Sichuan Redevelopment Fund, Professor Zhu and his team applied innovative building technologies to develop an ecological school prototype after the 5.12 Wenchuan Earthquake. The new Study Hall is located in a remote minority village, Dazu, a hilly region of an altitude of 2,600 m on the border of Sichuan Province.

The Study Hall adopts a light composite structure system, with earthquake resistance reaching Mercalli Intensity Scale X. Built with fire-proof, weather-resistant materials, the life span of the system is expected to last over 20 years. Over 90% of the components in the building system are prefabricated in factories, reducing the time taken to assemble the super-structure to only 14 days. With a low construction cost, the system is an ideal option for buildings in areas threatened by natural disasters or stricken areas needing reconstruction.

The design of the building envelope, the separation between the interior and exterior environments of the building, meets the relevant contemporary standards of developed countries. Thermal insulation materials of 8 cm thick are used in the exterior to resist cold weather. The vents are well-positioned and the stack effect is manipulated carefully to keep indoor space cool in summer and warm in winter.

A wind turbine is used to provide clean energy to power the LED lights installed in the Study Hall, keeping the total energy consumed for lighting to as low as 1.2 KW. Extra space is also reserved for the installation of a solar ground heating system.

The 260 sq. m. single-storey building compactly houses three classrooms and a reading space, without wasting any space in corridors. All four areas are uniquely designed with different sizes, proportions and orientations, giving students a clear sense of location. Teachers can also make good use of the space by adjusting the doors. Translucent partition walls are used to block noise, without hindering light penetration.

The Study Hall is well integrated into the scenic views of Lugu Lake as well as the existing village fabric. With a simple timber-trellis cladding design, this modern building blends in with the rural ambiance of the village without consuming as much raw timber as the vernacular log constructions commonly found in the village.

The project involves 30 volunteers, comprising mainland and Hong Kong university students, and architects. Demonstrating an advanced building constructed with innovative building technologies, the project holds much educational value.

The Study Hall has been in operation since 1 September. Students can complete their six-year primary education there and it has attracted students from neighboring villages.

This ecological school prototype integrates an innovative structural system, construction and environmental technologies with compact spatial organizations, thereby drastically raising the building’s overall performance. In conjunction with Professor Zhu,