Environment

Activities
Good Results for Dah Sing Financial Centre and The Forest Hills participation in the Competition on Source Separation of Domestic Waste, organised by the Environmental Protection Department

Competition on Source Separation of Domestic Waste, organised by the Environmental Protection Department, uses effectiveness, facilities, management and operating costs and involvement of residents and tenants as criteria to judge participants in order to give special recognition to buildings and residential developments that made efforts in waste separation. Over 2000 residential developments and commercial buildings took part in the competition. The excellent results garnered by Dah Sing Financial Centre and The Forest Hills reflected the success of our "Green Property Management" policy

Dah Sing Financial Centre was awarded the "Excellent Class" certificate, at the IAQ Certificate Awards 2010, organized by the Indoor Air Quality Information Centre

Clean air is vital to our health, and the Group has always paid special attention to the air quality in our various properties. It has always requested our property management companies outperform and make sure that public areas are cleaned on a regular basis and chemicals are stored and managed in a proper manner and switch to environmentally friendly products whenever possible, efficient use of thermostats and air condition systems are used efficiently so as to maintain indoor air quality at excellent levels.

Properties awarded Quality Water Recognition Scheme for Buildings certificates

In order to ensure residents enjoy good quality water, we carry out professional management of water pipe systems on all of the Group's properties and strive to maintain the highest water quality in those buildings. The Group's flagship property Dah Sing Financial Centre was awarded a certificate conferred by the Water Supplies Department under its Quality Water Recognition Scheme for Buildings in 2009, while The Forest Hills and The Morrison received the certificate in 2010, which show that tap water in these buildings is both safe and reliable, and also fully compliant with the drinking water quality guidelines of the World Health Organization.