Being one of the leading property management
companies, Goodwell Property Management Limited (Goodwell) has always believed
in the importance of environmental conservation through professional
management. With our continuous effort, Laguna Verde and Sceneway Garden have won
the Silver Award and Certificate of Merit under the category of Property
Management in the Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence (HKAEE) 2015 respectively.
Laguna Verde, a large residential property in Hung Hom,the
winner of Silver award of Property Management section, has been recognized as a
remarkable highflier in environmental management. For instance, the formation
of “Carbon Pioneer” helps raise the awareness of environmental protection
within the residents by organizing over 30 events together with various NGOs. Besides, all
lighting, air-conditioning and water pumping systems are well-equipped with
energy-saving facilities, which help reduce more than 20% of the total
electricity and water consumption since 2007. Apart from the various
waste-recycling schemes, Laguna Verde has effectively tackled the water and air
pollution by the collaboration with various governmental departments.
in Lam Tin, Sceneway Garden has also achieved in winning the
Certificate of Merit thanks to its continuous efforts in environmental
preservations, for instance, more than 60% of podium area is covered by
landscape as they make good use of the food waste into fertilizer and
re-cycling of rainwater. Other proactive projects have been launched in order
to attain a green sustainable development, such as environmental-friendly policies,
the use of E-Systems, “Waste Rebate” rewards programme and “Gardening Pioneers”
activities with different NGOs, etc.
Goodwell was requested to attend the award presentation
ceremony held in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on 19 April
2016. Mr. Ricky Kwok, the Deputy General Manager of Goodwell, received the
awards by the Honourable Wong Kam-sing, Secretary for the Environment, the
officiating guest of ceremony.
The HKAEE is organised by the Environmental Campaign
Committee alongside the Environmental Protection Department and in conjunction
with nine organisations, aiming to encourage organisations to implement
environmental management and recognize organisations’ contribution in effective