Green Features

As part of our commitment to build a sustainable future for our future generations, we have incorporated some green features into our manufacturing facilities building, hence reducing the environmental impact to nature.


     

Energy Conservation

  • Solar
    The use of the sun's energy to effectively generate electricity for lightings at the storage yard as a form of renewable energy, this contributes to reduction in usage of electricity.

  • Natural Light
    The use of transparent roofing sheets at certain section of the warehouse and the factory building roof is another green feature that contributes to energy conservation. With the installation of transparent roofing sheets, the building workplaces are lit with natural light, which reduces the reliance of lights from electricity.

  • Energy Efficient Lighting
    As part of ZHA's effort to conserve energy, 16mm T5 SMARTLUX fluorescent (environmental friendly with low mercury content) has been installed in all buildings during the construction phase of our facility. The use of T5 fluorescent provides more light from less power and they generally consume 10% less power than the conventional T8 fluorescent.

Natural Resources Conservation

  • Conventional Rain Water Harvesting
    In order to promote the independency and self sufficiency on water, ZHA has invested in rainwater harvesting systems on several buildings to harvest the precious natural resources for non-potable usages.

  • High Rainfall Syfonic Roof Drainage
    An effective, unique, high-rainfall roof drainage product for our climate has been installed on selected buildings to harvest rain water for our process and washroom use. Other than reducing the dependency on piped water, this kind of system also helps to conserve natural resources by using less construction materials such as downpipes, smaller diameter downpipes with higher flow rates.





Achieved Green Project Certification from Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water in 2010


Implementation of Environmental Monitoring Program as compliance to EIA since 2011