Our Environmental Conservation Facilities
Solar Energy Sys. | Food Waste Conversion Sys. | Gymnastic Powering Sys. | Grade 1 Energy Label Cooler | Solar Thermal Sys.
Current Time : February 28, 2017, 11:02 am


"Healthy Eco Living" (current project)
is also funded by the Environment & Conservation Fund ).
We continue to carry out our responsibility in educating students on environmental protection. We organize a new project, Healthy Eco Living, which mainly focuses on the harmony between the health and the eco living style. We introduce the gymnastic powering system, solar thermal system and grade 1 energy labeling cooler replacement. All of the systems are practical and accessible that would meet our needs.


"Living in Conservation" (2009-2011)
is funded by the Environment & Conservation Fund (ECF). We demonstrate how to achieve environmental conservation in daily life by introducing the solar energy system and the food waste conversion system. Both systems provide an opportunity for students to explore the practical use of energy recycling.

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    01 Mar. 2011 "Living in Conservation" has been used as the Demonstration of Funded Minor Works Project by the Environmental Campaign Committee.
    20 Dec. 2010 "Living in Conservation" has been mentioned by the Environmental Protection Department in the Seminar Series on New Horizon in Greening – Skyrise Greenery.

    The presentation is available at Promoting Greening with the Environment and Conservation Fund(By Ms Eunice Chan )
    8-10 Apr. 2010 "Living in Conservation" has been used as the project demonstration by the Environmental Protection Department in Macau.