Category Archives: Green Mark

BlueTec | Why Is Singapore One of the World’s Most Sustainable Cities?

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It’s no surprise that Singapore is widely recognised as one of the most sustainable cities in the world. Our little island nation has constantly been praised for its commitment to sustainability, and how we strive to reduce environmental impact. The Singapore government has taken quite a number of measures to reduce the overall carbon footprint […]

BlueTec | How Do You Meet the ‘Green Mark’?

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The BCA Green Mark Scheme was launched in Singapore by the BCA (Building and Construction Authority) in 2005. Its goal is to drive Singapore’s construction industry towards creating green, environment-friendly buildings. It is a rating system for green buildings that evaluates new and existing buildings for their environmental impact and performance, based on: Indoor Environmental […]

BlueTec | What is the Green Building Master Plan?

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Singapore’s very first green building masterplan was introduced in 2006 with the goal of encouraging builders to incorporate sustainability into their plans from the beginning.  Over the years, the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) has been updating the masterplan in order to broaden its reach. They aim to target the greening of a larger stock […]

BlueTec | Introduction to the Green Mark Certification Scheme

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The Green Mark certification scheme was introduced in Singapore, in January 2005. At its core, it’s a green building rating system created to assess a building’s performance and environmental impact. This is part of Singapore’s URA Master Plan, the statutory land use plan which guides the country’s development in the medium term over the next […]

What Is The Green Mark Certification Scheme?

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In this day and age, people are becoming increasingly aware of the dangers of climate change and the factors that exacerbate it. Therefore, governments across the globe have taken the necessary steps to minimise the consequences. This is why, in 2005, the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) introduced the Green Mark Scheme. The scheme is […]