HOA SEN PLASTICS JSCo. RECEIVED THE “GREEN MARK”—GREEN BUILDING PRODUCT FROM SINGAPORE GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL (SGBC)
Hoa Sen Plastics has just received the Green Mark for Green Building Products from the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) for its product group of PP-R and HDPE pipes and accessories.
In recent years, the growth of green and sustainably conscious development pushing for the use of environmentally friendly materials has proved to be effective and is becoming a trend in Vietnam’s construction sector. Not an outlier to that trend, we at Hoa Sen Plastics have always strived to innovate our plastic pipe products and accompanying accessories for leading qualities while meeting resource-efficient criteria and being green, which also guarantees great efficiency in construction and use.
To get approved – promoted, and receive the Green Mark, our units had to go through a rigorous appraisal process with strict standards, according to the quality assessment procedures of the Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC). This is an important certification to recognize the value of a project or building in the real estate market.
Receiving the certificate is a testament to Hoa Sen Plastics continuous efforts in developing plastic pipe products and accessories that not only achieve high performance in construction projects but are also favorable to the environment and effective in their use of resources.
Having been invested in the latest and state-of-the-art production lines from Battenfeld-Cincinnati (Germany), Hoa Sen Plastics pipe products never fail to meet strict technical requirements, affirming our superiority in terms of quality. Our production line is self-contained and fully automated, accompanied by a system of quantitative and quality control equipment that ensures consistent products in accordance with German as well as international standards.
Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC) is a non-governmental organization established in 2009 and a member of the World Green Building Council (WGBC). SGBC performs the role of evaluating and labeling Green Marks for materials and equipments serving construction.