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Cecil Lee

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These are more pictures of the eco-friendly Green Mark: Treelodge at Punggol

Treelodge at Punggol has a range of green initiatives: incorporating the latest green techology and innovation in the area of: energy saving, water and waste management.
The buildings are oriented in a northly-southerly orientation. It has solar panels to generate sufficient lighting for common areas. It also has a centralised recycling refuse chutes. Each level has a separate chute for recyclables.
Treelodge also has a rain water collecting system within the precint.
This is nothing new in Singapore: lots og greenery and the vertical "piano" wires that allow creepers to creep onto the sidewalls of some blocks. Creeper wires were also provided for the creepers to climb up to the snake like trellis. The green roofs at the roof deck helps to cool the temperative within the development.
It has the usual playground, excerise station, jogging paths and community rest area.
Within the individual units; the non-loading walls use of ferrolite partition wall system. It is suppose to help abosrb noise between rooms. This material is lightweight and cuts down on the use of raw materials like cement and sand.



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Bird's eye view of Treelodge at Punggol. The last photo is taken from Treelodge showing the uncompleted Damai Grove development. Hidden from view is teh Damai LRT for which Damai Grove is named after.
In the picture next Damia Grove isthe Punggol Lodge.

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On 1/1/2011 10:06:26 AM, Anonymous wrote:
These are more pictures of the
eco-friendly Green Mark:
Treelodge at Punggol
Treelodge at Punggol has a
range of green initiatives:
incorporating the latest green
techology and innovation in
the area of: energy saving,
water and waste management.The
buildings are oriented in a
northly-southerly orientation.
It has solar panels to
generate sufficient lighting
for common areas. It also has
a centralised recycling refuse
chutes. Each level has a
separate chute for
recyclables.Treelodge also has
a rain water collecting system
within the precint.This is
nothing new in Singapore: lots
og greenery and the vertical
"piano" wires that allow
creepers to creep onto the
sidewalls of some blocks.
Creeper wires were also
provided for the creepers to
climb up to the snake like
trellis. The green roofs at
the roof deck helps to cool
the temperative within the
development.It has the usual
playground, excerise station,
jogging paths and community
rest area.Within the
individual units; the
non-loading walls use of
ferrolite partition wall
system. It is suppose to help
abosrb noise between rooms.
This material is lightweight
and cuts down on the use of
raw materials like cement and
sand.


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2018 Update. A few of my previous clients have sold theirs. And upgraded to ECs.

While a few bought this place and doing Feng Shui.


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