Green buildings have hope for a low-carbon future


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Tianjin, June 28 (Xinhua) – With a few clicks on the screen, you can control your apartment’s lighting and air conditioning system, open and close the skylights, and open and close the curtains. At an exhibition in Tianjin, northern China, all futuristic home ideas were turned into commercial reality.

The Smart Room debuted at the China Building Science Conference and the Green Intelligent Building Expo, which ended on Sunday, with more than 500 exhibitions on environmentally friendly building technologies.

“This piece is recyclable and recyclable and can adapt to changes in the environment,” said Yang Wei, project manager and professor at the Faculty of Architecture at Tianjin University.

Solar energy materials can be installed on the facade of the apartment to collect solar energy to power the apartment and share excess electricity with the city’s power grid, providing environmental and economic benefits, said Yang. Added.

Another exhibitor at the Expo, Zhong Jing Building Materials, exhibited the latest building materials made by 3D printing.

According to the company’s Zhang Bo, the floorboards are made of siliceous and calcium materials to give it the appearance of wood. “We can also turn chemical plant contaminants, such as haze and dust, into marketable panels and panels. “

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The Huoshenshan Hospital scale model was originally built in Wuhan in just 10 days and caught the attention of many attendees as it was the first such temporary facility to treat patients infected with the coronavirus. ..

Yu Dihua, the chief engineer involved in building the hospital, said he adopted the prefabricated construction method.

“The hospital is made up of a large number of building blocks because all the components are factory-made and shipped to the job site for assembly,” Yu said, greatly reducing consumption and construction waste. I added that I did.

High technology is also at the center of the exhibition. China Construction Second Engineering Bureau Ltd. presented a digital platform capable of recording the life cycle of steel used in construction.

“The platform can monitor the entire steel process, from design to purchase, from transportation to installation, effectively avoiding installation errors and reducing waste of building materials,” said Wu Libo said. He added that each steel has its own QR code. To trace further.

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Today, green buildings have appeared all over China, and smart energy saving technologies have created new possibilities for home design and lifestyle.

Showcasing the latest technologies in green building materials, eco-cities and the construction industry, this exhibition is designed to promote green and smart buildings and help them reach their peak in carbon dioxide emissions. carbon and their carbon neutrality objectives. ..

At the Expo, Chairman Wang Jun of the Institute of Architectural Sciences of China said that green buildings are important for the development of green and low-carbon environment in China.

According to Wang, the Chinese construction sector emits about 2 billion tons of carbon per year, which is about 20% of the country’s total carbon emissions.

“In the future, the construction industry will integrate smart and low-carbon engineering measures to facilitate the large-scale and high-quality development of green buildings in China,” Wang said.

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