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Sustainable Construction

The construction industry accounts for 36% of worldwide energy usage and 40% of CO2 emissions . In response to the Paris Agreement, Hong Kong’s Climate Action Plan 2030+ sets out carbon emissions target, which aims at 26% to 36% absolute carbon reduction by 2030. The construction industry should seek to achieve an 11% reduction against business-as-usual in 2030.

Sustainable construction aims at reducing industry’s impacts on environmental, social and economic aspects caused by the construction process. Measures include:
  • Green financing
  • Use of low carbon materials and equipment
  • Construction waste sorting and management
  • Innovative technology such as Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) and Building Information Modeling (BIM) etc.

Events

04-20-2021 4:00 pm -5:00 pm
The CIC Sustainable Construction Award Conference and Presentation Ceremony was successfully held to recognise sustainability best practices among organisations and practitioners, in particular the young generation of the construction industry. The award winners will showcase their advanced and innovative measures on sustainability during the Sharing Session. Should you have any queries pertaining to the event, please contact the CIC Secretariat at E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Please click here to register.

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582

No. of Projects Participated
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342

No. of Sustainable Materials Selection
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58.48

Low-carbon concrete used (%)
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129

Faster Electrification (No. of Projects)
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43.06

C&D Waste Recycling (Megatonnes)

Remarks: The figures are based on the construction projects participating in CIC Sustainable Construction Award and Carbon Assessment Tool.

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