22 Jul 2022

Environmental Forum on Green Construction Materials

This event is co-organised by the Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC) and Hong Kong Metropolitan University (HKMU)

The embodied carbon in construction materials can contribute up to 50% carbon footprint of a building. Therefore the strategic adoption of green construction materials could definitely improve the sustainability performance of buildings by reducing resources consumption and carbon footprint, as well as boosting occupant’s health and wellbeing. 

Jointly organised by the HKGBC and HKMU, the sixth edition of the Environmental Forum will unveil the latest development on green construction materials. An overview on CIC Green Product Certification will be delivered to encourage the implementation of green procurement for the industry. Two distinguished product suppliers will also share their cases on low carbon construction materials with the views of bringing positive impacts to the environment and the wellbeing of the users.

Event Detail
Event Name: Environmental Forum on Green Construction Materials
Presented By:

Mr Tony IP, Mr Andy LEE, Mr Kenny KWAN

Date: 22 Jul 2022
Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm

This CPD event will be conducted in the form of webinar via Zoom. 

(An event reminder with Zoom Webinar ID will be provided at around a week before the event.)

Capacity: 900

1.5 CPD hour will be automatically uploaded to attendees' BEAM Pro/ BEAM Affiliate Individual Accounts.

Fee: Free of Charge (HKGBC Members)
Free of Charge (Non-HKGBC members)
Contact Email: [email protected]

Welcome Remarks

Prof Reggie KWAN

Provost, Hong Kong Metropolitan University

Understanding the positive impacts of Green Product Certification in Green Building 

Mr Tony IP

HKGBC Director and Convenor, Green Product Task Force

The Decarbonisation Strategies on Flooring Products nowadays

Mr Andy LEE 

Sales Director (Carpet & LVT) Greater China, Interface 

Greentech on Waste to Resources for a Sustainable City

Mr Kenny KWAN

CEO & Executive Director, On Fat Lung Innovative Resources Limited

Panel Discussion

All Speakers

Language: Cantonese with presentation materials in English / Chinese