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 Description of Carbon Reduction Activities

CandidatesDB.comCandidatesDB.com Limited

Contact:
Mr. Fred. Chan, Managing Director
Tel: (852) 2633-5118  Fax: (852) 2633-5218

  • To be provided

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Canon Hongkong Co., Ltd.   Canon Hongkong Co., Ltd.

Contact:
Ms Billie Wong, Manager
Tel: (852) 2170-2401  Fax: (852) 2723-9684  E-mail: billie_wong@chk.canon.com.hk

  • To adopt and be certified with environmental management system according to ISO 14001 requirements
  • To set environmental objectives which include electricity and paper consumptions for driving carbon reduction
  • To conduct greenhouse gas accounting according to ISO 14064 standard regularly for identifying carbon reduction opportunities
  • To raise awareness of our employees through environmental activities and educational messages regarding environmental protection and important of carbon reduction
  • To convert the manual operation procedure to electronic workflow system and use electronic document management system so as to reduce consumption of office paper
  • To hold recycling programs for toner cartridge, toner bottles and electronic waste including multi-functional device, computers, printers, scanners and camera to reduce pollution and burden to landfill
  • To organize Canon x McDull Ink Cartridge Recycling Campaign to educate the public regarding material recycling and to facilitate works of recycling industries which help reduce carbon footprint of producing raw plastic materials
  • To put sea freight as the first choice for oversea logistic arrangement to reduce carbon emission

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Carbon Care AsiaCarbon Care Asia

Contact:
Dr. Trini Leung
Tel: (852) 2541-5020 / (852) 2815-1882  Fax: (852) 2815-1230  E-mail: info@carboncareasia.com
  • Committed to create a low carbon economy by offering a comprehensive suite of Total Carbon Management solutions in measuring, reducing and offsetting carbon dioxide emissions:
    • Strategic Planning
    • Leadership Development
    • Measurement and Audit
    • Reduction and Offset
    • Communications & knowledge
    • Reporting, assessment & verification
    • CarbonCare Events (including labels) : for various corporate/ private functions or public activities
    • CarbonCare Premises (including labels) : for buildings, malls, offices and activity centres
    • Corporate CarbonCarer Programme : for staff engagement / CSR activities
  • Collaborate with various activity organisers to measure, reduce and offset the carbon footprint of their events. In May 2010, Carbon Care Asia has made the world and Hong Kong’s first carbon neutral Dragon Boat Regatta possible through innovative partnership with the Hong Kong Island Paddle Club
  • Collaborate with institutions and companies to conduct cutting-edge R&D and application in low carbon solutions
  • Aim at helping our clients to achieve at least 10% annual reduction in carbon emission
  • Aim to mainstream low carbon management practices by companies, institutions and the community in Hong Kong and nearby regions by 2012
  • Promote awareness and provide solutions in Carbon Reduction
  • Provide consultancy and advisory services in Total Carbon Management to clients
  • Provide training to companies and non-profit organizations in low carbon management
  • Collaborate with the public sectors and actively share our expertise in carbon management
  • Constantly review, reduce and improve its carbon emission performance by:
    • Carbon audit of its own office
    • Set target to reduce carbon emission by 10% each year by
    • Encourage use of public transport among staff
    • Turn off machines when not in use
    • Avoid using air conditioning when the temperature is below 29 degree Celsius
    • Use energy efficient lighting
    • Use FSC certified business card
    • Reduce and recycle waste wherever possible
    • Avoid consuming bottled water
    • Reduce printing, print on recycled paper or use double-sided printing
    • Discourage its staff to buy take-away meal using non-biodegradable packaging

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Carthy LimitedCarthy Limited

Contact:
Ms. Hazel Chow, Senior Corporate Officer
Tel: (852) 2877-8779   E-mail: info@carthy.net

  • Reduce copying, printing, encourage printing on recycled paper or using double-sided printing
  • Provide trays to collect and reuse one-sided paper
  • Use e-mail rather than facsimile
  • Switching off air-conditioning & lighting after using meeting room and office
  • Set idling printer, copier and computer in sleep mode
  • Replace T8 fluorescent lamps to T5 fluorescent lamps in public area
  • Replaced traditional light bulbs by energy efficient and saving light bulbs
  • Develop a culture of environmental protection throughout the company

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Cathay Pacific Airways LtdCathay Pacific Airways Ltd

Contact:
Ms Evelyn Chan, Environmental Projects Manager
Tel: (852) 2747-4650  Fax: (852) 2141-4650  E-mail: Evelyn_wk_chan@cathaypacific.com
  • A computerized building management system to centrally control air-conditioning, lighting and lifts.
  • VFD (Variable Frequency Drives) variable air volume control and chilled water cooling pumps, which have reduced energy consumption by 30%.
  • LE (Low Emission) lights, double-glazed windows, and sensor controlled window shades to reduce solar gain and eliminate solar glare.
  • Light wells, atriums and floor-to ceiling windows to maximize the use of natural light.
  • Low loss electronic ballast (with a higher energy efficiency than traditional magnetic ballasts) and double parabolic reflector in high efficiency lighting tubes for general lighting.
  • Lighting zones to allow separate switching on and off of lights in areas that are only used occasionally.
  • Occupancy sensors for switching off unoccupied a/c and light in conference rooms and classrooms.
  • A solar water heater installed for dish washing machine.
  • Experimental wind turbine of 1kW generating capacity.
  • Installation of CO2 sensors to existing AHUs to control the amount of fresh air intake.
  • Replacement of halogen lamps with energy-saving lamps.
  • Installed a water-cooled chiller to supplement base building chiller capacity.
  • Use of FSC certified copying paper.
  • Carbon offsetting for staff business travel.
  • Participate in ‘Earth Hour’ annual event organised by WWF.
  • Non essential lights at CX City are switched off at 7:00pm every evening and during weekends. Corridor lights are switched off during lunch hour.
  • Information awareness on carbon reduction.
  • Participate in the Airport Authority Hong Kong’s carbon reduction programme.

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CBRE LimitedCBRE Limited

Agricultural Bank of China Tower
Contact:  Mr Sam Leung, Centre Manager
Tel: (852) 2698-8900   Fax: (852) 2698-8780   E-mail: sam.leung@cbre.com.hk

Agricultural Bank of China Tower

  • To reduce the power consumption, using energy efficient equipment.
  • Active participation of cleaning company and building occupiers in waste / recycling management program. Participation in the Programme on Source Separation of Waste organized by Environmental Protection Department.
  • Regular cleaning the filters in all air-conditioners.
  • Switch off certain lighting zones and indoor air-condition units in unoccupied spaces.
  • Encourage to receive and send information by electronic format as far as possible.
  • Use duplex printing and collect single-sided paper for reuse and recycling.
  • During non-office hours, stop 1-2 lifts operation and using lift card.
  • Encourage employee to use the staircase instead of taking the lift.

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C & C Printing Co. Ltd

Contact:
Ms Gerita Lam, Vice Manager
  • To be provided

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Cell Therapy Technologies Centre LimitedCell Therapy Technologies Centre Limited

Contact:
Ms Toffy Wong, HR & Admin Assistant
Tel: (852) 2108-2133  Fax: (852) 2295-1280  E-mail: toffy.wong@thexssmgt.com

  • Reducing electricity consumption and energy efficiency
  • Switching off air-conditioning, lighting in office zones not in operation (such as conference rooms)
  • Maintain the air-conditioning temperature at appropriate level
  • Regular maintenance of air-conditioning system to maintain the best performance
  • Setting computer to enter power-saving mode after 10 minutes of inactivity or using standby/sleep mode or better switch it off once you have finished
  • Staff required to shut down PC's at the end of each day
  • Communication via intranet or internet to save papers and using e-fax to screen junk fax
  • Re-use stationery such as paper clips, envelopes, folders, etc.
  • Place boxes beside photocopiers as containers to collect single-sided paper for reuse and used paper for recycling
  • Use of recycled paper as appropriate
  • Arrangement for the re-use and recycling of personal computers, notebook computers, equipment and electrical appliances
  • Encourage staff to save energy by smart notices in office
  • Keep company cars under proper maintenance

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Central Fabrics Ltd Central Fabrics Ltd

Contact:
Ms Kit Li
Tel: (852) 2413-2262  Fax: (852) 2413-1906  E-mail: sdt@centraltextiles.com
  • a wholly-owned subsidiary of Central Textiles (Hong Kong) Ltd., is a woven fabric mill, offering a wide range of bottom-weight greige, denim and piece-dyed woven fabrics. In 2008, a sustainable development team was organized to try to achieve a year-on-year improvement on a triple bottom line basis, despite the size of the assignment. The projects are highlighted as below:

Sustainability Report

  • Central Textiles group publishes a yearly sustainability report which complies with the G3 guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) to explain to our stakeholders what Central is doing in the frontline of sustainability and to put in writing Central’s financial, environmental and social performances. We reports on an annual basis to help our management monitor the group’s triple-bottom-line performance in a systematic manner, to analyze our current position, anticipate our goals and set future targets.

Participation of Low Carbon Manufacturing Program (LCMP)

  • be one of the pilot run mills that participates in LCMP audit. We have since been committed to the standard requirements and were awarded a Gold Label from the program, testimony that Central Fabrics has an outstanding greenhouse gas management system. Our factories are achieving some best-practice energy efficiency levels as well as substantial reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.

Reduction in fuel consumption

  • Boiler
    has installed a combustion system to increase efficiency of the boiler by controlling Fuel to Air ratio (Central Fabrics is the only mill located in Hong Kong to received the CP3 funding).

Reduction in electricity consumption

  • Compressed air system enhancement 
    Electricity is the major power supply in our weaving mill. Most of our weaving machines require compressed air in the weaving process. To optimize energy efficiency, a centralized computer system was adopted to regulate the system pressure within a predefined and narrow pressure band. This system can store and analyze the actual performance of the system to ensure the system accuracy and reliability at all times.
  • Lighting
    • Replace T8 florescent lighting tubes with T5 tubes in factory floors

Reduction in water consumption

  • Water Recycling in finishing line
    A water recycling system was installed to recycle the water used for cooling the rubber band in the pre-shrunk process. Fresh water consumption can be reduced by reusing the collected and treated water in rinsing procedure after the desizing process.

Other on going projects:

  • Commencing corporate accounting to determine corporate carbon baseline
  • Researching on the possibility and efficiency to recover heat from the chimney for use in boiling the water
  • Researching on the possibility and efficiency in fuel recovery
  • Undertaking the Environment and Corporate social responsibility audit

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Central Textiles (Hong Kong) Ltd Central Textiles (Hong Kong) Ltd

Contact:
Ms Kit Li
Tel: (852) 2413-2262  Fax: (852) 2413-1906  E-mail: sdt@centraltextiles.com
  • is a third generation family-run company headquartered in Hong Kong with spinning, weaving and dyeing facilities. Two spinning plants are also situated in Zhanjiang in southern China. In 2008, a sustainable development team was developed to achieve a year-on-year improvement on a triple bottom line basis, no matter how big or small. The projects are highlighted as below:

Sustainability Report

  • Central Textiles group publishes a yearly sustainability report which complies with the G3 guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is to explain to our stakeholders what Central is doing in the frontline of sustainability and to put in writing Central’s financial, environmental and social performances. We report on an annual basis it helps our management monitor the group’s triple-bottom-line performance in a systematic manner, to analyze our current position, anticipate our goals and set future targets.

Continue to investigate viability of using renewable energy on-site

  • Invested in equipments to utilize solar power to heat up water for domestic use in one of our mainland factories.

Air Conditioning System Enhancement

  • Inverter installation
    To save energy consumed in the motors in the air washer of the air conditioning systems, inverters and sensors were installed in one of our mainland factories. Through monitoring relative humidity and temperature in the production zone the motor speed can be controlled by the control signals and operated at reduced speeds, thus saving electricity.
  • "Next" Intelligent Controller
    The “Next” Intelligent Controller is a system that adjusts the timing of the compressor system to achieve a reduction in energy consumption by controlling capacity to achieve energy conservation; it will record the demand values, power consumption and conservation for future analysis.
  • Fresh air cooling method application 
    In winter, fresh air will be delivered via fans to serve individual floors to avoid the operation of water chillers. During autumn and spring, when the dew point of outside air is still relatively low, (approx.20 to 23°C), water cooled by the cooling towers is fed directly to air washers and then re-circulated. This method enables us to cool the production area without water chillers up to 170 days annually, a significant increase from the original 120 days and reduce energy consumption.

Better use of solid waste

  • Organic fertilizer made with cotton waste
    Since 2010, we started to replace the chemical fertilizer with the natural cottonseed fertilizer made with cotton waste obtained from production line and reduce production of the cotton waste.
  • Lighting
    • Replace T8 florescent lighting tubes with T5 tubes in factory floors
    • Replace the lighting for all the Exit signs in our factories with LED lighting

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Centre Base LimitedCentre Base Limited

Contact:
Mr. Alrie Ng, Director
Tel: (852) 3582-3107  Fax: (852) 3582-4676  E-mail: info@centrebase.com.hk
  • Centre Base Limited is an innovative commercial design and fit-out contracting firm.

Business Guidelines

  • Implementation of carbon reduction policies in business running
    • Recommend pro-actively our clients guidelines in carbon reduction measures
    • Apply carbon reduction measures in office interior design to clients
    • Encourage green purchasing. Suppliers with qualified energy conserved products are our first priority

Internal Guidelines

  • Air-conditioning System
    • Maintain the indoor temperature at 25°C
    • Turn off the air-conditioners when rooms not being used (eg) conference rooms
    • In low temperature days, we encourage our staff to turn off air-conditioners and open all windows to let fresh air in
    • Conduct regular checking on air-conditioning systems to maintain high energy conservation
  • Energy Conservation - Lightings
    • Use energy saving T5 fluorescent tubes, LED light bulbs and energy saving light bulbs to reduce energy consumption and reduce heat load
    • Reduce the number of fluorescent tubes and make use of day lights
    • Use light-colored wall paints to enhance the effect of natural light
    • Maintain all lightings are in good conditions for the utmost illumination effects
  • Energy Conservation - Computers and Digital Devices
    • Ensure all computers, photocopiers and any unnecessary digital devices are switched off after working hours
    • Use high energy conserved electrical appliances.
  • Paper Saving
    • Encourage the use of e-mail instead of fax to reduce the use of papers. All internal communications are blasted via e-mails instead of papers
    • Collect single-sided non-confidential documents and reuse for drafted paper or meeting minutes
    • Collect double-sided non-confidential documents and send to recycling dealers
    • Reuse envelopes

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Champion Technology Holdings LimitedChampion Technology Holdings Limited

Contact:
E-mail: green@championtechnology.com

GREEN Actions in the Office

Energy

  • divide the office into different zones and switch off un-necessary lighting and air-conditioning in zones where such facilities are not necessary
  • maintain the air-conditioning temperature at appropriate level
  • replace traditional light bulbs with energy-saving ones such as LE (Low Emission) lights where applicable
  • use energy-efficient electrical appliances where applicable
  • encourage walking upstairs/downstairs instead of taking the lift to different floors of the office where appropriate

Office supplies

  • reduce un-necessary copying and printing; and encourage copying and printing on both sides of the paper where appropriate
  • use electronic means for paper-less communications where appropriate
  • use recycled paper and environment-friendly equipment and material where appropriate
  • reduce wastage by re-using office supplies, stationary, personal computers, notebook computers, equipment and electrical appliances where appropriate
  • participate in the waste computer and electrical equipment recovery program; and donate un-wanted personal computers, notebook computers and equipment to charitable organizations where appropriate
  • reduce food wastage by proper food arrangement in corporate events such as breakfast meetings, shareholders’ meetings and festival parties

GREEN Education for Staff Members and Community Initiatives

  • share practical tips and experience among staff members on environmental protection, energy saving and food and water conservation; and encourage them to share the information with their family and friends
  • enhance climate change awareness and offer environmental protection education among staff members
  • support community initiatives in environmental protection; and encourage staff members to volunteer for community services in relevant areas

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Cheong Ming Press Factory Ltd

Contact:
Mr LUI Shing Cheong, Director
Tel: (852) 2428-2721  E-mail: sc@cheongming.com
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Cheung Kong Property Holdings Limited
 

Cheung Kong Property Holdings Limited's subsidiaries Goodwell Property Management Ltd (“Goodwell”) and Citybase Property Management Ltd (“Citybase”) have both been awarded ISO 14001 certification for their environmental management systems. They have arranged for the commercial and residential properties under their management to take part in the Environmental Protection Department’s “Carbon Audit” programme since 2008. The following are a number of environmentally friendly measures which Goodwell and Citybase have implemented in their daily operations:

  • Adopting environmental policy with ongoing internal energy savings, carbon emission reduction and waste reduction target settings
  • Established environmental protection committees to review the effectiveness of carbon reduction policy regularly and to enhance, implement, promote and educate “going green practice” amongst staff and occupants continuously
  • Signing Environmental Rules with contractors to ensure that they take into account the environmental impacts that their works may bring about
  • Implementing various energy-saving and water-saving measures in properties, including: installing energy-saving sensors and equipment for power generation from solar and wind energy; adopting energy efficient lighting, air-conditioning as well as lift & escalator; using Summer and Winter energy saving schedules; as well as utilizing rainwater collection systems and sewage treatment facilities
  • Promoting 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) and raise environmental awareness among occupants in our developments by organizing various green activities
  • Encouraging properties to support and engage in numerous activities such as the Source Separation of Waste programme organized by the Environmental Protection Department, as well as other events held by various non-government green organizations

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China Agri-Products Exchange LimitedChina Agri-Products Exchange Limited

Contact:
Mr Cheung Chin Wa Angus, Company Secretary
Tel: (852) 2312-8221   Fax : (852) 2312-8148   E-mail: anguscheung@cnagri-products.com

  • Set PCs, printers and other office equipment to sleepy mode or standby mode when not in use
  • Reduce copying, printing and encourage staff to print on recycled paper or use double-sided printing
  • Encourage staff to use e-mail rather than facsimile/ paper memo
  • Encourage staff to re-use envelopes
  • Turn off the light at lunch time and non-office hour
  • Maintain the office temperature at an appropriate level
  • Prevent from using the paper cup
  • Use LED light bulbs in office to save energy

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China Habour Engineering Company LimitedChina Harbour Engineering Company Limited

Contract No. :HY/2008/11 – Reconstruction and Improvement of Tuen Mun Road - Sam Shing Hui Section
Contact: Mr Wilkie Wu, Site Agent
Tel: (852) 2307-1122  Fax:( 852)  2887-3014  E-mail: wilkie.wu@chechk.com

Contract No.: HY/2013/03 – Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge Hong Kong Border Crossing Facilities - Vehicle Clearance Plazas and Ancillary Buildings and Facilities
Contact: Mr Marko Chan, Assistant Environmental Manager
Tel: (852) 9427-2879   Fax:( 852)  2597-3368   E-mail: marko.chan@c300.chechk.com

Contract No. :HY/2008/11 – Reconstruction and Improvement of Tuen Mun Road - Sam Shing Hui Section

Reduce in energy consumption

  • Turn off lightings and electrical appliances in offices when not in use
  • Regular maintenance of air-conditioning system to maintain the best performance
  • Application of energy saving T5 tubes & LED lights
  • Carry out energy audit to reduce energy consumption and improve energy efficiency
  • Keep company cars under proper maintenance
  • Following guidelines from Electrical & Mechanical Services Department for Grade 1 or Grade 2 Energy Labels when purchasing office equipments/electric appliances

Reduce in waste production

  • Implement waste separation and recycling for paper, plastic bottles, aluminum cans
  • Copy and print on both sides of the paper, use multi-pages on each side, where appropriate
  • Use of electronic means for communications internally and with external parties
  • To imply “3R” principle of “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle” at all times

Control system

  • Support Green purchasing to minimize package waste as well as the adverse impact on the environment
  • Set environmental performance targets (e.g. carbon emission, energy consumption , water consumption and waste production) to meet our company’s goal

Future action

  • Promote environmental awareness among fellow colleagues, business partners and the general public
  • Choose suppliers and sub-contractors that follow environmentally-sound practices
  • To adopt environmental friendly equipment in order to reduce energy consumption and waste production
     

Contract No.: HY/2013/03 – Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge Hong Kong Border Crossing Facilities - Vehicle Clearance Plazas and Ancillary Buildings and Facilities

Reduce Paper Consumption

  • Place boxes beside photocopiers or printers to collect single-sided paper for recycling
  • Communication via email or e-fax to save paper
  • Before a document must be printed, try to reduce unnecessary paper consumption, e.g. deletion of unnecessary space, reduction of the font size, etc.
  • Re-use stationery such as envelopes and folders, and use scrap paper to take notes
  • Staff must bring their own mugs instead of using paper cups in the office

Reduce Energy Consumption

  • Maintain the indoor temperature at 26°C
  • Turn off computer and monitor, air-conditioning & lighting when leave office
  • Unplug unnecessary electronic equipment when it is not in use

Green Education

  • Update green information via email notice regularly
  • Encourage staff to participate green activities held by public organizations

Recycling and Reusing Activities

  • Set up recycling bins at site office to separate waste for recycling
  • Arrange recycling programs for paper, bottle, aluminum can, ink cartridge, moon cake boxes, CDs, clothes, chemical wastes and fluorescent tubes
  • Promote environmental awareness among subcontractors

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China Mobile Hong Kong Company Limited

Contact:
Ms Elva Wong, Assistant Administration Manager
Tel: (852) 2945-8000  Fax : (852) 2845-7747   E-mail: elvawong@hk.chinamobile.com

Reduce paper use

  • Remind staff printing documents on both sides of the paper or use recycle paper
  • Encourage staff to re-consider the actual need before copying and printing
  • Promote internal and external communication by electronic means instead of paper
  • Share documents in meeting or save document in iPad for meeting use to avoid over printing
  • Record paper usage monthly in order to monitor and control the paper using
  • Send e-card instead of mailing paper type celebration card

Reduce energy consumption

  • Remind staff to switch off light and air conditioners when leaving office or the areas which will not be occupied for long time
  • Computers and copiers set in energy saving mode that automatically change to sleep mode when it is not in use for a certain period of time
  • Turn off the lights and air-conditioners in meeting rooms when the room is non-occupied
  • Switch off the lighting of reception area after office hour
  • Encourage staff to switch off light when natural light is sufficient during daytime
  • Avoid unnecessary overseas business trip
  • Implement “Turn off the lights during Lunch Time” Campaign

Reduce water usage

  • Regularly check the external water equipment and pipes
  • Remind staff to treasure water

Waste management

  • Recycle used paper, used envelop, used file and used paper box until cannot be re-used
  • Placing recycle box for collecting un-reused paper for recycling
  • Arrange recycle service company to collect the used PCs, laptops, office equipment, toner cartridges and appliances, etc

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China Resources Property Management LimitedChina Resources Property Management Limited

Contact:
Mr. Daniel Kwan, Deputy General Manager
Tel: (852) 2828-5616  Fax : (852) 2827-6166  E-mail: daniel@crc.com.hk
  • Conduct carbon audit on a regular basis
  • Formulate implementation plans to promote the reduction of GHG emission
  • The building headquarters will be renovated in accordance with USGBC – LEED System, which provides a comprehensive framework to make the building environmental friendly. LEED System improves the building performances in the following aspects:

Sustainable Sites

  • Encourage the use of public transport
  • Reduce heat island effect
  • Provide tenants with guidelines to educate and help them implement sustainable design and construction features in their tenant improvement build-out

Water Efficiency

  • Reduce the water use by using water-saving fixtures

 Energy & Atmosphere

  • Select refrigerants that minimize or eliminate the emission of compounds that contribute to ozone depletion and global warming
  • Implement strategies (such as using high performance glass and CO2 sensors for controlling the amount of fresh air) to achieve 14% energy saving comparing with the ASHRAE baseline building
  • Install the necessary metering equipment to evaluate building and system performance

Materials & Resources

  • Provide an easily accessible area for collection and storage of non-hazardous materials for recycling, including paper, corrugate cardboard, glass, plastics and metals
  • Minimize the construction waste
  • Use building materials and products with recycle content
  • Use building materials or products that have been extracted, harvested or recovered, as well as manufactured, within the region

Indoor Environmental Quality

  • Use low-emitting materials in order to provide a good indoor environment

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China Resources Property Management LimitedChina Resources Property Management Limited

Contact:
Mr. Daniel Kwan, Deputy General Manager
Tel: (852) 2828-5616  Fax : (852) 2827-6166  E-mail: daniel@crc.com.hk
  • Conduct carbon audit on a regular basis
  • Formulate implementation plans to promote the reduction of GHG emission
  • The building headquarters will be renovated in accordance with USGBC – LEED System, which provides a comprehensive framework to make the building environmental friendly. LEED System improves the building performances in the following aspects:

Sustainable Sites

  • Encourage the use of public transport
  • Reduce heat island effect
  • Provide tenants with guidelines to educate and help them implement sustainable design and construction features in their tenant improvement build-out

Water Efficiency

  • Reduce the water use by using water-saving fixtures

 Energy & Atmosphere

  • Select refrigerants that minimize or eliminate the emission of compounds that contribute to ozone depletion and global warming
  • Implement strategies (such as using high performance glass and CO2 sensors for controlling the amount of fresh air) to achieve 14% energy saving comparing with the ASHRAE baseline building
  • Install the necessary metering equipment to evaluate building and system performance

Materials & Resources

  • Provide an easily accessible area for collection and storage of non-hazardous materials for recycling, including paper, corrugate cardboard, glass, plastics and metals
  • Minimize the construction waste
  • Use building materials and products with recycle content
  • Use building materials or products that have been extracted, harvested or recovered, as well as manufactured, within the region

Indoor Environmental Quality

  • Use low-emitting materials in order to provide a good indoor environment

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China Road & Bridge Corp.China Road & Bridge Corp.

Contract No. CV/2013/08, Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point and Associated Works – Site Formation and Infrastructure Works
Contact: Mr. Fong Chung Wai, Pan, Asst. Environmental
Tel: (852) 2108 9411   Fax : (852) 2108 9595  E-mail: Pan.fong@crbc.com.hk

    Contract No. CV/2013/08, Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point and Associated Works – Site Formation and Infrastructure Works

  • Procure and adopt more energy efficient electrical appliance such as T5 tube, LED light, wind-solar hybrid lamp post, Inverter refrigerator…etc.
  • Timely switch off plant and equipment not in use such as installing timer control at generators, level sensor at water pumps, computers with “sleep Mode” setting …etc.
  • Display tag at prominent place to remind staff to switch off electrical appliance such as computer screen, photocopier, light and air-conditioner when not in use.
  • Reduce use of portable water by reusing treated wastewater to suppress dust on site and for wheel washing.
  • Reduce non-inert waste generation by recycling waste paper, exhausted toner and ink cartridges, aluminium cans, plastic bottles, safety helmet, rechargeable batteries and computers.
  • Reduce C&D waste generation by reusing excavated material in own project and others projects.
  • Reduce consumption of fuel on transferring C&D material by adopting nearer disposal ground.
  • Transform felled tree trunks into furniture for recreation use and reduce waste generation.

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China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) LimitedChina State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Limited
Contract No. HY/2009/15 – Central – Wan Chai Bypass – Tunnel (Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter Section)

Contact:
Mr J.H. Chen, Site Manager
Tel: (852) 3557-6368  Fax : (852) 2566-2192  E-mail: jinghui_chen@cohl.com

Reduction of energy consumption:

  • De-lamp lamps in area which exceed the standard lighting level requirement
  • Turn off lighting when not in use
  • Use T5 lamps for higher energy efficiency
  • Set air conditioners to higher room temperature at or above 24oC
  • Turn off printers and computers when not in use after work
  • Employ electric-powered contract cars to reduce carbon emissions
  • Install solar panels to provide electricity to the site office
  • Install solar water heaters for bathing facilities
  • Use solar-energized road flash lamps to reduce the need of frequent replacement of dry batteries
Reduction of waste production:
  • Print and copy paper on both sides
  • Recycle used paper and cardboards
  • Implement waste segregation bins for recycling paper, plastics and aluminum
  • Recycle used plastic helmets and used batteries
Environmental management:
  • Green procurement such as Ultra-Low-Sulphur Diesel, low VOC paints, FSC paper and biodegradable warning tape
  • Environmental promotion event to promote environmental awareness to staff
  • Set environmental performance targets and periodic monitoring of goal achievement

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China Zhongwang Holdings LimitedChina Zhongwang Holdings Limited

Contact:
Michelle Chan, Corporate Communications Manager
Tel: (852) 2905-3119  Fax : (852) 2530-0790  E-mail: corpcomm@zhongwang.com

Zhongwang Plant Carbon Reduction Measures

Energy Management:

  • Replaced diesel with natural gas in smelting and casting process
  • Conducted heat energy recycling for use in the office area, resulting in substantial reduction in fuel consumption and expenses
  • Built a 660KV transformer plant to minimize line loss rate and save energy

Waste Treatment:

  • Built Sewage Treatment Plant to recycle industrial waste water
  • Appointed certified agencies to process hazardous wastes
  • Installed comprehensive monitoring and filter system for dusts and polluted air to guarantee clean production

Environmental Management:

  • Established the “Energy Saving and Emission Reduction Work Leading Team” and place environmental protection and carbon reduction work as a top priority task
  • Established scientific statistical monitoring system for emission reduction; develop stringent carbon reduction tasks and requirements
  • Passed ISO14000 Environmental Management System Certification and has established a garden style ecological factory
  • Established corporate living water circulation system, waste water circulation system and clear water circulation system
  • Our equipment, mainly from Germany, the U.S. and Italy, satisfy the most stringent international environmental requirements.

Carbon Reduction Measures in Office

Car Maintenance and Repairs:

  • Conduct regular maintenance for company cars to reduce extra gas and fume emissions, thereby improving the environment and also extending the lifespan of cars
  • Check tires pressure regularly to ensure they reach tire manufacturers’ recommended level. Maintain proper tire pressure can reduce rolling resistance.

Energy Saving:

  • Keep light fixtures and lamps clean to maximize their illumination efficiency.
  • Turn off air-conditioning and light fixtures that are not in use (e.g. unoccupied conference room)
  • Turn off PCs and monitors after office hours
  • Use computer operating system’s power saving functions and options
  • Turn off all electrical appliances when not in use or set them to power saving mode

Paper Conservation:

  • Send messages via emails
  • Set printers default as black/white
  • Assess the quantities of copies carefully before printing to avoid excess copies
  • Place a tray next to the printers to collect single-sided paper for recycling
  • Encourage employees to use both-sides of paper; recycle the used envelopes

Water Conservation:

  • Carry out regular leakage tests on concealed piping and check for overflowing tanks, waste, worn tap washers and other defects in the water supply system.

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Chinese World Cultural Heritage FoundationChinese World Cultural Heritage Foundation

Contact:
E-mail: envProtect@cwchf.com

Minimizing electricity consumption and enhancing energy efficiency:

  • Using energy efficient electrical appliances where applicable ; replacing existing installations with appliances / equipments having higher energy efficiency
  • Replacing traditional light bulbs with energy saving lamps or light bulbs, such as LED lights
  • Dividing the office into different zones, so as to implement separate switching on/ off for lighting and air-conditioning at different areas, thereby turning off the air-conditioning, lighting and equipment when those zones (like the meeting rooms) are not in operation

Environmental friendly behaviour:

  • Promoting climate change awareness among volunteer members and offer education on environment preservation; and sharing tips on environmental protection
  • Using recycled paper as appropriate
  • Reuse of stationery such as paper clips, envelopes, folders, etc.
  • Reducing the need to copy and print, and to do so only when needed; copying and printing on both sides of the paper where appropriate
  • Using electronic means for communications internally and with external parties as far as possible to save paper
  • Arrangements for the re-use and recycling of personal computers, notebook computers, equipment and electrical appliances
  • Creating awareness to encourage our volunteer members on food and water conservation
  • Careful food planning in community and PR events

Community projects and employee caring measures

  • Educating volunteer members on environmental protection, energy saving and food and water conservation, encouraging them to spread the message to their family and friends
  • Supporting and sponsoring community projects in promoting re-use and recycling of personal computers, equipment or appliances; donating office furniture or other items to charitable organizations for re-use; and encouraging volunteer members to participate
  • Participation in the waste computer and electrical equipment recovery programme; donating used personal computers, notebook computers and equipment of out-dated models to charitable organizations to vulnerable groups, and encouraging volunteer members to participate
  • Sponsoring and supporting projects community projects in environmental protection

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Chu & Lau Solicitors & NotariesChu & Lau Solicitors & Notaries

Contact: 
Ms Minerva Sze, Administration Officer
Tel: (852) 2107-0212 Fax: (852) 2523-8392 E-mail: info@chuandlau.com.hk

  • Place weather strips on doors and windows to prevent the leakage of cool air
  • Use energy-saving light bulbs
  • Switch off the lights and air-conditioning when not in use
  • Ensure that computers are switched off before the end of a working day
  • Encourage the use of staircase instead of taking the lift for inter-floor traffic
  • Think carefully how many copies are needed  before photocopying and do not copy too many
  • Encourage the staff to use paper on both sides, reuse envelopes and loose minute jackets, and use the backside of letter pads with outdated letterhead for drafting or printing

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Citi Citi

Contact:
Sharon Eng, Assistant Vice President Operations Manager
Tel: (852) 3961-1282  Fax: (852) 3961-1245

  • To be provided

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CITIC Telecom International Holdings LimitedCITIC Telecom International Holdings Limited

Contact:
Mr. Ben Lau, President-Head of Human Resources & Administration
Tel: (852) 2377 8888   E-mail: benlau@citictel.com

Reduce electricity consumption and improving energy efficiency:

  • Replacements of existing installations by electronics of higher energy efficiency
  • Use energy saving T5 fluorescent tubes, LED light bulbs and energy saving light bulbs to reduce energy consumption and reduce heat load
  • Separate lighting zones to allow lights to be switched off when not in use
  • Switching off air-conditioning, lighting and equipment in office zones not in operation
  • Regular cleaning of PAU & AHU to optimize energy usage
  • Regular maintenance of air conditioning system and all electrical appliances
  • Set thermostat of office area at 25oC
  • Encourage and educate staff to save energy by notice board, reminders and company intranet channel
  • Record electricity usage monthly in order to monitor and control the energy using

Reduce paper consumption:

  • Utilize e-mail and e-fax systems to eliminate unnecessary photocopies and avoid unnecessary printouts
  • Minimize photocopying and reinforce double-sided copying
  • Placing collection boxes near copiers to collect single-sided printed documents for internal-reuse
  • Electronic filing required whenever possible. Reduce the need to copy and print, do so only when needed
  • Sending e-card instead of mailing paper type celebration cards
  • Encourage staff to reduce of paper use by notices
  • Record paper usage monthly in order to monitor and control the paper usage

Water conservation:

  • Installation of water efficient taps in toilet which use 30% less water
  • Encourage staff to save water by notices in toilet
  • Record water usage monthly in order to monitor and control the water usage

Reuse and Recycle:

  • Donation of office computer to charitable organizations for reuse
  • Reuse stationery such as paper, folders, paper clips, envelopes, box, plastic bag, etc.
  • Place boxes beside copiers to collect double-sided non-confidential paper documents, envelopes or magazine and to be collected by recycling dealers regularly
  • Recycling of computer hardware, toner cartridges and other e-waste

Green Environment:

  • Planted over 100 small to medium size green plant on own green garden and inside office area
     

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City Cut Hair SalonCity Cut Hair Salon
Contact:
Mr Wilson Leung, Executive Manager
Phone: (852) 2381-7886  Fax: (852) 2381-0861  Email: citycut@hotmail.com
  • Actively promote a "zero emission" environmentally-friendly concept
  • In the selection of cleaner, we will use biodegradable and unleaded or harmless environmental products
  • Has a waste classification of plastic and paper for recycling, such as newspapers, magazines and note paper. And design 2 very environmental manifestations, flags, reminders to remind employees of environmental protection( Annex )
  • Use recycled envelopes, paper blank side, frequently use the electronic fax and e-mail methods to reduce paper consumption. Guests are encouraged to visit the company Web site for the information of special offers or products
  • Integrate 5S to business management and operation. Collect packaging material from our clients for recycling. For example, encourage guests to take back packaging of complimentary gifts of hair care products and to purchase environmental mounted hair products by providing discount handbooks
  • Require suppliers to reclaim their packaging material, such as big plastic buckets of shampoo and hair conditioner. Collect the rest of hair dye and perm lotion for recycle so as to save the resources
  • Has developed environmental improvement projects, such as the use of innovative energy-saving 12w (LED)Spotlight instead of the traditional 150w Spotlights. The replacement of 80% the company light tubes with energy saving tubes, for example: T5 Pipe help to save effectively and stably near 45-50% power (comparison between 4.2000 / 2.2001 and 5.2008 / 3.2009 electricity bills)
  • Regular wash all air-conditioned system at least 2 to 3 times annually to control and monitor its electricity consumption. The room temperature is adjusted for 22.5 to 25 degree. We are prepared to replace R22 refrigerant with A410 for air-conditioning system
  • To have mass cleaning of towels and classify the towels with different cleaning needs for saving water as well as hang-dry the towel at the roof
  • Turn off or set up automatic switches for those devices, lighting, air-conditioning and computer not in use, (Depending on the season and use frequency)
  • Lighting zones to allow separate switching off all lights or turn on a fewer lights in areas that are not used
  • Regular monitor the water and electricity bills and purchasing records and use of electronic bills so as to better understand the effectiveness of policy and establish management guidelines
  • Our management policy is not only focus on its own business oriented the latest environmental news, policies and regulations, etc., but also move forward to our suppliers. Regard to the budget availability, we will buy environmental friendly products , equipment & their series, and often communicate with product agents and suppliers in order to have more effective implementation of ideas
  • Posted the 5S in the lounge to remind staff about environmental protection

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City Telecom (HK) Ltd City Telecom (HK) Ltd

Contact:
Mr Chris Fung
Tel: (852) 3145-5198  Fax: (852) 2199-8757  E-mail: Chris@ctihk.com

Reduce electricity consumption and energy efficiency

  • To apply gypsum board in server room to minimize the affection of sun heat in order to decrease the air conditioning temperature require for server room
  • Replaced traditional light bulbs by energy efficient and saving light bulbs
  • Replacement of T8 fluorescent tubes with T5 ones in the public areas
  • Installed heat-shield brick on the rooftop to diminish the air conditioning request in the top floor
  • To install the friendly stickers on switches to remind turn-off of all power devices and lighting before leaving
  • Switch off air-conditioning and lights in vacant meeting rooms; set idling printer, copier and computer in sleep mode
  • Encourage our staff walking up stairs instead of taking a lift

Promote environmental friendly behavior

  • Promote our staff awareness on the waste reduction programme and specific waste reduction measures by means of posters, internal newsletters and intranet
  • Establish incentives schemes to encourage employees to contribute to resources reduction programme. For example, grant awards to individual or department which have raised good reduction suggestions
  • Encourage our staff not to buy take away meal in company canteen
  • Regularly review, reduce and improve the carbon emission of:
    • The staff shuttle bus schedules and routes
    • Stationary and cleaning materials
    • Air conditioning and lighting system

Reduce paper usage

  • Reduce printing, print on recycled paper, use double-sided printing or multi-pages on each side
  • Provide trays to collect and reuse one-sided paper
  • Replaced all bleached pulp paper to recycle paper in all toilets and pantries
  • Send electronic memo by email instead of paper memo
  • To install the friendly stickers on paper dispenser to remind in saving resources

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CityUCity University of Hong Kong

Contact: Mr. Tony Tung
Tel: (852) 3442-6850  Fax: (852) 3442-0112  E-mail: fmtony@cityu.edu.hk
  • To establish and implement our 3-year Energy Saving Plan (2012-2014) and/or to formulate a long-term target plan for carbon reduction
  • To conduct the carbon emission audit regularly
  • To adopt or to facilitate the use of renewable energy on campus as far as practicable
  • To incorporate "sustainability" into the design, selection of equipment and materials for construction and maintenance
  • To improve indoor air quality on campus for the health and well-being of the occupants
  • To continue to promote and implement our existing comprehensive 6"R" waste reduction/resources conservation programme
  • To use/adopt environment-friendly project, equipment and practices

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CKP Sustainability Consultants Ltd.CKP Sustainability Consultants Ltd.

Contact:
Ms Ranee Cheung, Sustainability Consultant
Tel: (852) 2566-2122  Fax: (852) 2566-3391  E-mail: info@CKPsustainability.com

Conserve Energy

  • Open window blinds to allow natural lighting
  • Close window blinds to reduce air-conditioning load, when appropriate
  • Switching off air-conditioning, lighting and equipment in office zones not in operation
  • Maintain the indoor temperature at 25°C
  • Conduct regular maintenance of air-conditioning systems to maintain high energy conservation

Promoting environmentally friendly awareness and behavior

  • Encourage staffs to bring lunch boxes to reduce food waste
  • Encourage staffs to take public transportation to reduce carbon emissions
  • Conduct Carbon Audit on a regular basis
  • Implement program for reduction of carbon emission

Promote Carbon Reduction Measures 4Rs: Reduce, Replace, Reuse & Recycle

  • Copy and print on both sides of the paper, use multi-pages on each side, where appropriate
  • Using electronic means, for example, emails, phone and video conference, to avoid unnecessary prints or copies
  • Provide trays to collect and reuse one-sided paper

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Climate Change Business ForumClimate Change Business Forum

Contact:
Tel: (852) 2784-3900  Fax: (852) 2784-6699  E-mail: ccbf@bec.org.hk

  • To take leadership and influence the business community to take concrete steps to reduce emissions and share best practice
  • To commission research on the impacts of climate change to business, relevant to Hong Kong on both a local and international level
  • To communicate the opportunities and risks businesses face from climate change and highlight best practice

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ClinksClinks Diamond & Jewellery Limited
Contact:
Mr Ko Chung Kit Jacky, Group Operation & Marketing Manager
Tel: (852) 2799-3028   Fax: (852) 2243-3148  E-mail: jacky@mesilo.com

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Cloudnifier Corporation LimitedCloudnifier Corporation Limited

Contact:
Ms Peon Li, Administration Director
Tel:  (852) 2337-2188   Fax: (852) 2337-2133   E-mail: peon.li@cloudnifier.com

    Energy Saving
  • Switch off office equipment that is not in use
  • Maximize use of natural light as far as practicable
  • De-lamping for the areas with higher-than-required lighting level
  • When leaving office, arrange for the last-man-out to check and switch off the equipment that are not in use

    Paper Saving
  • Reuse paper or use paper on both sides, wherever possible
  • Set the computers and printers to default duplex and economical modes
  • Disseminate information by electronic means wherever possible to reduce paper use

    Practice of Recycling Activities
  • Provide more recycling bins and facilities
  • Avoid use of disposable utensils in events
  • Reduce use of disposable and non-recyclable products

    Staff Travelling
  • Encourage use of public transportation
  • Encourage car pool among staff

    Overseas Business Travel
  • Choose direct flights for unavoidable business trip
  • Use video conferencing for online presentations and conferences to substitute unnecessary overseas business travel

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CLP Power Hong Kong LtdCLP Power Hong Kong Ltd

Contact:
Ms Cho
E-mail: fycho@clp.com.hk

Internally:

  • Implement energy savings & waste reduction initiatives in our offices with target settings through the internal environmental culture promotion program
  • Carry out energy audits for all offices and implement the identified energy management opportunities
  • Use energy efficiency office equipment whenever applicable
  • Set office temperature between 24 to 26 deg C in summer months
  • Continuously promote environmentally friendly behaviour among our staffs and their family members:
    • Switch off air conditioning & lighting after using meeting roomsSwitch off air conditioning & lighting after using meeting rooms
    • Turn off idle office equipment before leaving the office
    • Recycle rechargeable batteries
    • Purchase of environmentally friendly paper
    • Donate of computers and  associated accessories
    • Recycle of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
  • Adopt “Green” roofs tops for substations
  • Increase adoption of electric vehicles in corporate fleet

For our customers and the public:

  • "Green-billing” (paperless billing)
  • Energy Audits to help commercial and industrial customers become more energy efficient
  • Actively contribute to promoting environmental awareness & conservation among customers and the public through regular community-based programmes:
    • GreenPLUS Award
    • GreenPLUS School Programme
    • Green Elites Campus Accreditation Pilot Programme and Green Elites Portal
    • “Power Your Love” (an EE&C and CSR programme supports needy families)
    • CLP Education Fund
    • CLP Energy Efficiency Loan Scheme
    • CLP Eco Building Fund
    • Home Energy Report
    • Solar Energy Assessment Service

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CMAIDFLCMA Industrial Development Foundation Limited
(CMA Testing and Certification Laboratories)

Contact:
Mr Angus Chan, Senior Business Executive
Tel: (852) 2690-8266  Fax: (852) 2252-4207  E-mail: anguschan@cmatcl.com
  • Provide professional services to help corporations to achieve their green goals and fulfill local or global environmental and chemical regulations. Our services include:
    • Carbon Auditing & Recommendations
    • Carbon/Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Footprinting and Carbon Reduction Strategies
    • Energy Management and Audit
    • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Certificate Service & Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) in BEAM
  • We are committed to constantly review, reduce and improve the carbon emission performance by:
    • Carbon emission measurement and audit
    • Carbon reduction and offset scheme
    • Internal training of green knowledge
    • Carbon care events
    • Carbon audit of its own office
    • Set target to reduce carbon emission each year
    • Provide the shuttle bus for our staff
    • Turn off machines when not in use
    • Partially use of air conditioning when the temperature is below 25oC
    • Use energy efficient lighting
    • Reduce and recycle waste wherever possible
    • Reduce printing, print on recycled paper or use double-sided printing

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Come In Enterprises Co. Ltd.Come In Enterprises Co. Ltd.

Contact:
Mr Chan Yau Li, Manager
Tel: (852) 2553-8573  Fax: (852) 2553-8587  E-mail: office@comein.com.hk

Reduce

  • Use e-fax to screen junk fax
  • Sending out documents and information electronically. Make use of the audio and note functions in your smart phone so as to reduce paper usage
  • Encourage staff to use both sides of paper
  • When proofreading, make use of the two monitors installed to our computer instead of printing out hardcopies
  • Air-conditioning temperature is adjusted within the range of 25 degrees in office. Reminders are posted near the A/C control switches
  • Air-conditioning and lighting must be used in necessary in office, factory, warehouse
  • Encourage phone or video conferencing to reduce business travel
  • Document stored electronically

Reuse, Recycle

  • Reuse items such as single-sided paper, paper clips, envelopes, folders, etc
  • Recycle used paper and use original printer ink
  • Resources assets must be considered thoroughly of the possibility of their re-use/recycle before disposal.  For any doubts, ask Office Manager for advice
  • To collect single-sided paper to reuse before discard
  • Reuse banner, foam board after exhibition
  • Purchase second-hand equipment which are in good condition to reduce wastage
  • Plant more plants in office

Replace

  • Use electronic greeting cards to replace the paper ones
  • Serve drinks to guests with glasses instead of paper and plastic cups
  • Purchase pen with changeable parts instead of buying new one
  • Use re-chargeable battery in replace of single use battery

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Community Partner Foundation LimitedCommunity Partner Foundation Limited

Contact:
Tel: (852) 2810 1210  Fax: (852) 2810 8983  E-mail: info@cpfhk.org

  • Reduce copying, printing, encourage printing on recycled paper or using double-sided printing
  • Provide trays to collect and reuse one-sided paper
  • Use e-mail rather than facsimile
  • Switching off air-conditioning & lighting after using meeting room and office
  • Set idling printer, copier and computer in sleep mode
  • Replace T8 fluorescent lamps to T5 fluorescent lamps in public area
  • Replaced traditional light bulbs by energy efficient and saving light bulbs
  • Develop a culture of environmental protection throughout the company

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Confidential Materials Destruction Services Ltd(Contract No. CV/2013/08, Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point and Associated Works – Site Formation and Infrastructure Works)Confidential Materials Destruction Service Ltd
  • Passed ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO27001 certification. Also obtained AAA certification from National Association for Information Destruction
  • Promote “Carbon Credit Offset Program” to mitigate the impact of global warming. Provide CO2 emission reduction certification to our customer in order to encourage them to contribute more in recycling
  • Send the monthly record to the customer by e-mail in order to reduce the usage of paper
  • Effective use of paper, encourage Reduction, Reuse and Recycle (3Rs)
  • Setup A4 paper and old stationery collection boxes, reuse and print document in duplex mode
  • Set the office’s air conditioner temperature at 25.5oC
  • Joined WWF’s Low-carbon Office Operation Program (LOOP)
  • All vehicles must switch off engine while idling. If the temperature is too high, the driver can leave the vehicle while idling
  • Check the vehicle regularly to ensure the effectively use of the engine and fuel, avoid air pollution
  • Providing confidential material destruction service to Government departments, banks and corporations in Hong Kong. All materials are being handled properly and environmentally friendly without third party involved during collection, destruction and recycle process

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Construction Industry CouncilConstruction Industry Council

Contact:
Tel: (852) 2100-9002  Fax: (852) 2100-9003   E-mail: enquiry@hkcic.org
  • Implement energy savings measures by Construction Industry Council mainly on paper and electricity consumption and vehicle maintenance, which include:
    • Communicate via intranet or internet to save papers and share tips on environmental protection
    • Set duplex printing / photocopying
    • Advance the powering off of water heaters to 30 minutes preceding the close of office manually or by timers as water temperature will remain for a period of time
    • Encourage the use of staircase instead of taking the lift
    • Carry out regular and proper vehicle maintenance to reduce energy consumption and exhaust emission for improving the environment and extending the life span of vehicles
    • Switch off vehicles when idling
  • Educate staff on environmentally friendly behaviour
    • Designated working group to direct energy savings efforts
    • Organise internal campaigns to promote awareness of energy conservation

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CECContinental Engineering Corporation

Contract No. CV/2013/08, Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point and Associated Works – Site Formation and Infrastructure Works
Contact: Mr Lam Kwok Ping, Alex, Senior Safety & Environmental Manager
Tel: (852) 2108 9409    Fax:(852) 2108 9595    E-mail: Alex-lam@continental-engineering.com

 

    Contract No. CV/2013/08, Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point and Associated Works – Site Formation and Infrastructure Works

  • Regular maintenance of plants and equipment on site to maintain the best performance to consume fuel effectively.
  • Maintenance of water pipes timely to reduce water leakage.
  • Order appropriate amount of construction material such as concrete, steel, timber, water barrier etc. by better quantity surveying to reduce on wastage
  • Proper storage of construction material to prevent damage loss. Reuse residue of concrete on temporary paving to reduce concrete waste.
  • Adopt pre-cast concrete pavers to reduce in-situ concrete paving and Reuse concrete pavers in own project and other projects to reduce concrete waste
  • Reuse demolished bus stop for workers’ resting shelter.

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Cordis, Hong KongCordis, Hong Kong

Contact: 
Mr James Yeung, Senior Assistant Manager - Guest Service and Safety Department
Tel: (852) 3552-3150   Fax: (852) 3552-3322  E-mail: james.yeung@cordishotels.com

  • Carbon audit for hotel operation
  • ISO14001 implementation
  • Lighting Retrofit Scheme: Use of T5 tubes with electronic ballasts in back of house areas
  • Adoption of zonal lighting in corridors for guest room floors
  • Turn off lightings in offices, restaurant outlets and kitchens after operation
  • Use of water-cooled chillers
  • Chillers Energy Management: i) Increase temperature setback and ii) Shift to lower capacity chillers during low peak period
  • Use of heat pumps to recover the heat generated from chillers to pre-heat the hot water system
  • BMS control for initiating air conditioning for function rooms
  • Thermostat setback for service lift lobby areas: automatic lower the air conditioning during off peak periods
  • Gas management in kitchens: turn off gas when not in use
  • Use of water-based paint with minimal VOC content
  • Active participation in paper reduction and recycling

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Creative Property Services Consultants LimitedCreative Property Services Consultants Limited

Contact:
Executive Headquarters
Tel: (852) 2666-3900  Fax: (852) 2663-9776
  • Reducing electricity consumption and energy efficiency
  • Replacements of existing installations by electronics of higher energy efficiency
  • Replaced traditional light bulbs by energy efficient and saving light bulbs (e.g LE (Low Emission) lights and T5 kit)
  • Using non-opaque, light-colored lampshades and keeping light fixtures and lamps clean to maximize their efficiency
  • Switching off air-conditioning, lighting in office zones not in operation (such as conference rooms)
  • Setting computer to enter power-saving mode after 10 minutes of inactivity or using standby/sleep mode or better switch it off once you have finished
  • Regular maintenance of air-conditioning system to maintain the best performance
  • Keep company cars under proper maintenance
  • Carry out regular leakage tests on concealed piping and check for overflowing tanks, waste, worn tap washers and other defects in the water supply system
  • Fix dripping taps immediately
  • Using daylight whenever possible and making good use of the energy-saving features and options which come with the Operating System of the computers
  • Supporting projects in environmental protection. E.g. WWF Earth Hour and encourage staff members to volunteer for community services in relevant areas
  • Communication via intranet or internet to save papers and using e-fax to screen junk fax
  • Supporting re-use and recycling activities
  • Arrangement for the re-use and recycling of personal computers, notebook computers, equipment and electrical appliances
  • Donation of used office furniture and clothes to charitable organizations for re-use
  • Use of recycled paper as appropriate
  • Re-use stationery such as paper clips, envelopes, folders, etc.
  • Obtained quality water certificate
  • Replacement of T8 fluorescent tubes with T5 ones in the public areas
  • Set duplex printing as the default mode for most network printers
  • Place boxes and trays beside photocopiers as containers to collect single-sided paper for reuse and used paper for recycling

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Credit One Finance Limited Credit One Finance Limited

Contact: 
Ms Tam, Clerk
Tel: (852) 2156 9011  Fax: (852) 2156 9200  E-mail: ming@creditone.hk

  • Use energy efficiency labelled equipment such as refrigerators
  • Use energy efficiency labelled equipment such as photocopier
  • Turn off lights and power of all computers and equipments after work
  • Recycle paper
  • Reduce paper usage by using emails

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Croton Consultant LimitedCroton Consultant Limited

Contact:
Liam Yuen, Project Manager
Tel: (852) 2868-9082  Fax: (852) 2868-9211   E-mail: liam@hkcroton.com

  • Croton Consultant was started to help businesses and organizations improve their sustainability through product branding and development, training and project management. We are committed to promoting sustainability. Concern for the environment and promoting a broader sustainability agenda are integral to our activities and the management of the organization. We aim to follow and to promote good sustainability practice, to reduce the environmental impacts of all our activities and to help our clients and partners to do the same.

General Green Office Management

  • Waste management
    • Implement 3R policies for REDUCE, REUSE and RECYCLE office paper, plastics bags, and office equipment. Avoid using one-off disposables
    • Separate waste paper, aluminium cans, scrap metal and plastic waste for recycling
  • Energy Conversation
    • Deploy passive solar lighting features, with full spectrum company fluorescent lightning system in the office to help save energy
    • Switch off all electronic equipment, computers and lighting when not in use. Affix “Save Energy” stickers near the exit as a reminder
    • Reduce the air conditioning output if the temperature constantly stays below 25.5oC
  • Air quality management
    • Adopt natural ventilation system to improve air quality throughout the office.
    • Selection and use of low VOC paints when applicable
  • Carbon reduction
    • Use low-carbon light system in the office and avoid business travel to cut carbon emission
    • Support the local campaign “Meet Free Monday” and encourage staff to participate in the campaign
    • Encourage our clients to eat “MORE VEGGIES, LESS MEAT” to help reduce carbon emission on diet
  • Environmental management
    • Appoint a Green Ambassador to coordinate all the environmental programs and/or activities
    • Monitor environmental performance (e.g. electricity usage, and material purchase records) regularly

Design Initiatives

  • Use and recommend paper containing at least 75% post-consumer waste
  • Use Waterless printing and vegetable oil-based inks where possible
  • Advise all customers on ways they can reduce their environmental impact
  • Avoid mineral oil-based inks such as metallic and fluorescent
  • Avoid non-environmental finishing techniques such as lamination, spot UV and foil blocking
  • Avoid excess packaging and redundant printed items

Internal Education

  • Set up a “Green Corner” platform at office to provide staff with updated green-related books and information
  • Introduce green related activities held by other green organizations to staff whenever available via email

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CSR AsiaCSR Asia

Contact:
Ms Mara Chiorean, Country Director
Tel: (852) 3579-8079  Fax: (852) 3579-8080
  • Committed to continuously account for GHG emissions from all operations over which we have financial and operational control including offices in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Singapore, Beijing and Kuala Lumpur
  • Account for and report its GHG emissions in line with acknowledge standards such as Greenhouse Gas Protocol Corporate Standard and the EPD Guidelines.
  • Developing a carbon reduction strategy and acknowledges a ‘Carbon Management Hierarchy’ which prioritises the avoidance, reduction and replacement of emissions over offsetting
    • Aim to directly reduce GHG emissions through a range of measures including more sustainable use of resources and electricity, reduced waste generation and replacing as many flights as possible with the use of teleconferencing
    • Have a team of Environmental Champions in each office in order to develop staff awareness campaigns with the aim of introducing behaviour changes into day-to-day office life
    • Offset emissions from business air travel as well as emissions of our CSR Asia Summit (delegates travel, accommodation, and use of electricity)
  • Provide a range of climate change services including GHG emissions accounting and reporting, energy audits, carbon management plans, trainings and briefings, stakeholder dialogue, research on cutting edge topics such as the role of companies in pro-poor climate change adaptation or sector-based research on supply chain carbon audits
  • Built partnerships with important environmental stakeholders including WWF, the Climate Group, First Climate and Reset Ltd. and we support their efforts to engage the business sector in tackling climate change
  • Continue to provide free CSR briefings to the business community and general public with an increasing number of briefings focussing on business solutions to global challenges such as climate change, natural disaster and the emerging water and food crisis

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CWCC CO. LTD.CWCC Co. Ltd. - Certified Public Accountants

Contact:
Ms Alice Tsui, Financial Controller
Tel: (852) 2956-3333  Fax: (852) 2956-0111  Email: tsui.alice@@cwcccpa.com
  • To promote and implement paperless in our office work, we have launched DMS (document management system) since 2005. The extensive use of electronic copies within offices and clients leads to the reduction of paper consumption.
    • Storage computer files instead of hard copies
    • Comprehensive internal e-form system and other electronic administrative system
    • Send electronic greeting cards instead of paper cards
    • Use electronic means for communications internally and with external parties as far as possible
  • We also save resources by implementing the following initiatives:
    • Use of recycled paper for business cards, corporate brochures and envelopes, where applicable
    • Use of double-sided printing or multi-pages on each side as far as possible
    • Place boxes beside photocopiers to collect used paper for recycling
    • Reduce the use of disposable items, for example, serve drinks to clients with glasses instead of paper cups
    • Reuse of stationery such as envelopes, folders and paper clips, etc
    • Switch off air-conditioning and lighting after using conference rooms; set idling printer, copier and computer in save power mode
    • Separate switching on and off of lights in different office areas for power saving
    • Re-use and recycling of personal computers, notebook computers, equipment and electrical appliances

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