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Environmental Protection

Environmental Protection

Going Green for Sustainability


KWCM plants trees for a greener environment

KWCM staff held a Tree Planting Day in its quarry in Huidong to green the environment and to share planting fun.

Building green for Hong Chi Association

KWCM volunteers visited Hong Chi Association and joined hands with the students to rebuild their Green Garden in Fanling for a brand new look with shades of green.

KWIH becomes an Earth Partner of FoE (HK)

KWIH has signed up for the Earth Partner programme organised by Friends of the Earth (HK), under which management and staff will lend themselves to various initiatives in environmental protection. In support of the programme which was launched on Earth Day 22 April under the theme of Greenability 360°, KWIH has introduced an Electronic Product Recycling Campaign to collect unwanted computer products and inkjet cartridges and pass to charity organisations for recycling purpose. Internal communications through electronic means, in lieu of printed copies, are also being encouraged. Employees are urged to turn off unused lights and computer monitors during lunch hours as part of the efforts to build a green office environment.

ICGS gives another year of support to Green Power Hike

As a pioneer in Hong Kong for green hospitality, ICGS participated again in the Green Power Hike fund raising walkathon in 2012, in hopes of raising public awareness on environmental protection.

KWCM participates in Sedan Chair Race

As an avid green supporter, KWCM participated in Sedan Chair Race organised by Matilda International Hospital by using recycled materials to make sedan chair and music instruments. Dressed in military uniforms, the team members promote the importance of environment protection with the slogan of “Let’s go green, save the Earth”.

KWCM Green Fun Day

KWCM collaborated with EcoVision by participating in the Hong Kong International Coastal Cleanup Challenge while organising a Green Fun Day at the Tai Po Cement Plant. Over 300 staff, dressed in team tees and divided into 16 groups, worked hand in hand to clean up Tai Po Sha Lan Tan in an effort to raise the awareness of marine conservation.