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  3. • Green building (also known as green construction or sustainable building) expands and complements the building design concerns of economy, utility, durability, and comfort. • A Green Building is one which uses less water, optimizes energy efficiency, conserves natural resources, generates less waste and provides healthier space for occupants as compared to conventional buildings.
  4. The `Green Building' concept is gaining importance in various countries, including India. These are buildings that ensure that waste is minimized at every stage during the construction and operation of the building, resulting in low costs, according to experts in the technology.
  5. Continue… The techniques associated with the `Green Building' include measures to prevent erosion of soil, rainwater harvesting, use of solar energy, preparation of landscapes to reduce heat, reduction in usage of water, recycling of waste water and use of world class energy efficient practices. A similar concept is natural building, which is usually on a smaller scale and tends to focus on the use of natural materials that are available locally.
  6. OBJECTIVES OF GREEN BUILDING • Green Buildings are designed to reduce the overall impact on human health and the natural environment by the following ways: • Using energy, water and other resources efficiently. • By reducing waste, pollution, and environmental degradation.
  7. Principles of Green Building • Save energy • Recycle buildings • Create community • Reduce material use • Protect and enhance the site • Select low-impact materials • Maximize longevity • Save water • Make the building healthy • Minimize C&D waste • Green up your business
  8. • STRUCTURE EFFICIENCY: It is the concept of sustainable building and has largest impact on cost and performance. It aims to minimize the enviornmment impact associated with all life-cycles. • ENERGY EFFICIENCY: The layout of the construction can be strategised so that natural light pours for additional warmth. Shading the roof with trees offers an eco-friendly alternative to air conditioning.
  9. • WATER EFFICIENCY: To minimize water consumption one should aim to use the water which has been collected, used, purified and reused.
  10. • MATERIAL EFFICIENCY: Materials should be use that can be recycled and can generate surplus amount of energy. An example of this are solar power panels,not only they provide lightening but they are also a useful energy source. • WASTE AND REDUCTION: It is probable to reuse resources. What may be waste to us may have another benefit to something else.
  11. 11 IMPORTANCE OF GREEN BUILDING Nowadays, we should make a way to maximize our natural resources and also help our mother earth to get some relief since pollution is everywhere plus the global warming that we are all experiencing. Non- renewable energy is expensive and unsafe but did you know that through green building we can save a lot of energy. Before that, let's define first the meaning of green building (know also as green construction is the practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle: from siting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and deconstruction. The importance of this is it lessen the consume of energy and the pollution as well because the more we use nonrenewable energy the higher the risk of pollution.
  12. ADVANCED SYSTEMS IN GREEN BUILDING • Installation of solar panels constructed using organic solar cells for efficiency. • The electrical energy is stored in a high PV inverter. • It is also a hybrid system using the wind mill for electricity. • Allow high ventilation of air throughout the building. • Making the sun light to enter into the building. 5/13/2017 12
  13. Principles of Green Materials • Choose products: – made from environmentally attractive materials – that are green because of what isn’t there – that reduce environmental impacts during construction, renovation or demolition – that reduce environmental impacts of building operation – that contribute to a safe, healthy indoor environment
  14. Green Materials  Materials, production, use and disposal must be safe for the planet. Most of the materials have specific range of conditions in which they best work  Sustainable building materials have the following features: • Durable and easily maintained • Less processing required • Low odor • Low emitting • Cost-effective • Aesthetic
  15. Source of Material Renewable sources: Forests Reuse from waste: old plumbing , doors etc.. 15
  16. Wool brick  Obtained by adding wool and a natural polymer found in seaweed to the clay of the brick, red bricks and blue engineering bricks.  37% More strength than burnt bricks  Resistant for cold and wet climate
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  18. Sustainable Concrete  Crushed glass  Wood chips or slag - a byproduct of steel manufacturing. Reduces the emission of CO2 18
  19. Solar Tiles  Exist to simply protect a building  They spend a large portion of the day absorbing energy from the sun. 19
  20. Triple-Glazed Windows Super-efficient windows Stops heat to enter the building & from direct sunlight 20
  21. Eco Friendly Using Bamboo Replacing The Steel Bars 21
  22. Typical Layout Of Green Building 22
  23. DIFFERENT FROM OTHER BUILDINGS • The design,maintaince and construction of buildings have tremendous effect on our enviornment and natural resources. • Green Building is different from the other buildings because it use a minimum amount of nonrenewable energy, produce minimal pollution, increases the comfort, health and safety of the people who work in them. • It also minimize the waste in construction by recovering materials and reusing or recycling them.
  24. Merits Of Green Building  Efficient Technologies  Easier Maintenance  Return On Investment  Improved Indoor Air Quality  Energy Efficiency  Water Efficiency 24
  25. • Continue… Waste Reduction Temperature Moderation Water Conservation Economical Construction For Poor Healthier Lifestyles and Recreation Improved Health. 25
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