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|Title:||ECO-TOWN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CENTER : HEADQUARTERS FOR THE ECO-TOWN UTILITIES BOARD IN PUNGGOL WEST||Authors:||LEE PENG HONG PAUL||Issue Date:||2003||Citation:||LEE PENG HONG PAUL (2003). ECO-TOWN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CENTER : HEADQUARTERS FOR THE ECO-TOWN UTILITIES BOARD IN PUNGGOL WEST. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||This is a project stemming from the greater master-plan of the design of an ECO-Town for the whole of Punggol West, a joint studio with the Housing and Development Board of Singapore. The master-plan is then split into 3 main components and each is taken up by a student with his/her own concerns as their thesis research, looking into the 3 main themes of ECO-Design: ECO-logy, ECO-nomics, and ECO-(as in oikos). In this particular thesis, the main concern is the ECO-nomics of ECO-design. The management of various resource systems namely water and power, and also the disposal and recycling of wastes within the ECO-Town. The ECO-Town Resource Management Center will be housing the ECO-Town Utilities Board (E.U.B.) and other leading "GREEN" non-profitable organizations like the Singapore Environmental Council. It will also be promoting ideas pertaining to the protection of the environment and also raising the awareness of ecological design and sustainability. Thus other than having exhibition galleries and seminar rooms, the overall design of the building aims to reveal the complex and inter-connecting systems of the various cycles of water, power and wastes within the ECO-Town Resource Management Center as an exemplar of the whole ECO-Town.||URI:||https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/244694|
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