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SHKP's Kai Shing and Hong Yip win environmental excellence awards for third year running


Sun Hung Kai Properties' (SHKP) property management subsidiaries Kai Shing and Hong Yip won a number of prizes in the 2010 Hong Kong Awards for Environmental Excellence, including a gold for Metroplaza in Kwai Fong.  This was the third consecutive year that an SHKP development took the top honour.

SHKP's management subsidiaries won golds for Park Island and Millennium City in the last two years.  They took seven prizes this year including a gold for Metroplaza and a bronze for Kowloon Commerce Centre, as well as certificates of merit for Landmark North, Grand Century Place shopping arcade and office towers, The Parcville, BeneVille and Manhattan Hill.

SHKP has also been given the right to use special environmental labels, with 165 developments getting the 'Wastewi$e' label for reducing waste, 17 the 'Energywi$e' label for saving energy and 12 the 'IAQwi$e' label for enhancing indoor air quality.  And 65 SHKP developments have been awarded Carbon"Less" certificates for reducing carbon emissions.

The awards were given out by 11 organizations including the Environmental Campaign Committee, Environmental Protection Department, Advisory Council on the Environment and Business Environmental Council.  Comprehensive assessments were carried out by a panel of judges based on environmental leadership, partnership, planning and achievement.

SHKP is committed to environmental protection and sustainable development from planning and design to materials, construction, landscaping and property management to save energy and reduce waste.  Its property management subsidiaries engage residents and tenants in eco activities and promote energy saving and recycling for green living.

Hong Yip website: http://www.hongyip.com.hk/

Kai Shing website: http://www.kaishing.hk//



Kai Shing Deputy Managing Director Chan Kam-fai (right) accepting the gold award for Environmental Excellence (Property Management) from Chief Executive Donald Tsang

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