Green Architectural Buildings (Features (Water recycling (Used for…
Green Architectural Buildings
Dry-Wet waste management
Two self-cleaning chutes installed in kitchen for wet/dry waste
Wet waste composted into Organic produce to grow green roofs
Excess seeds/organic to be sold to nurseries to grow plants
Excess wet waste converted into bio-gas
Dry waste channeled to recycling chute collected by waste management services
Used for washing cars in the parking lot
Filtered to irrigate green roofs
Used water to clean garbage chutes
Water-efficient fittings, latest faucets and flush mechanisms uses less water.
Low solar heat gain coefficient with
: Reduces solar transmission indoors thus cooling the building.
Air tightness and vapor barrier in building walls and surfaces
Minimum or no air conditioner
Enthalpy restoration of exhaust air- a device that recovers the cooled air spent and uses it to cool fresh air from outside.
: LED's, Daylight controlled lightening systems, occupancy sensors, indoor meter for displaying real time energy consumption, mobile synced apps.
Municipality Approvals and Permissions
Awareness Campaigns to educate users
Current environmental issues & challenges
High Energy Costs
Current health issues like respiratory ailments and allergies due to harmful in-house air quality