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Come to Your Future Home: Green Building in the 2017 CHTF
News sources:CHTF Organizing Committee Release Date:2017-11-08

The building industry has not only been identified as the major consumer of energy, land, minerals, wood and water but also constitutes a leading source of pollution. Undoubtedly the economic development shall be held responsible for the increasing pollution and deterioration of natural resources to a large extent. Green building appears to be the one and only sensible solution and according, are of great momentum throughout the world.   

Apparently the building industry has dramatically changed China in its urbanization and improved the accommodation of a huge population. But this industry with its drastic growth rate and enormous impact on Chinas economy has caused problems of big public concern like waste of energy, air pollution, and urban water-logging, due to the lack of adequate regulation and planning. 

China has embarked on the idea of green building since 2005. Over the past decade, green building has witnessed a growth from scarcity or individual projects to an industry of national scale with increasing public awareness.  

The Green Building Action Plan launched in 2013 jointly by the National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Construction, has resulted in the introduction of green building initiatives at all levels of the administrations. In the context of such a state-level endorsement, Green Building Industry in China has gathered momentum and literally witnessed a speedy growth over the past 4 years. 

By the end of December 2015, there had been 3,979 Green Building Labeled Projects in China, with an overall construction area of 460 million square meters, mainly located in the eastern, northern and southern part of the nation.  

However, only 1% of these green buildings originated from the reconstruction of existing architectures. With the acceleration of Chinas urbanization, the building industry is expected to consume even more energy and that leaves a big room for the growth of Green Building Industry. Housing with one of the largest demands in green building technology, is full of potential for innovation.   

As a major facilitator of technology cooperation, the 2017 China High-Tech Fair, or the 2017 CHTF will also launch its Green Buildings  Exhibition this November from the  16th to the  21st in the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center. The Exhibition will feature green building materials, prefabricated building technology, the Building Information Model, green building planning and design technology, property management, resources recycling, reconstruction of existing buildings and other cutting edge technologies in the field.    

Progress in China’s green building materials, waste disposal, air purification, and smart home devices will be represented by the state of the art products of the innovative exhibitors on the 2017 CHTF Green Buildings Exhibition. One shall not miss in particular, the energy saving window films developed by Zonling Thin Films Technology (Shanghai)2B72, Hall 2, the photocatalyst nanometer material, air treatment material, and solutions of industrial waste water purification and indoor air treatment of Yoga Environmental Technology (2D66, Hall 2),  and the recycling system of organic waste, smart garbage can, and the smart home control system unveiled by the Yiran Technology (Shenzhen)(2D68, Hall 2) in the Green Buildings  Exhibition   

  

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