The coolest new green building, a flagship home for sustainable green engineering at UKZN

The University of KwaZulu-Natal’s (UKZN’s) Intensive Tuition for Engineers (Unite) programme officially unveiled its new building early this month, with Science and Technology Minister Naledi Pandor delivering the keynote address.

The building is described by Unite’s deputy director, Rudi Kimmie, as the “coolest” building in town and by the deputy vice-chancellor and head of the College of Agriculture, Engineering and Science Professor Rob Slotow as a flagship home for sustainable green engineering at UKZN.

The main feature of new energy efficient building’s was its embodiment of green principles, making it an environment responsive, sustainable and energy-efficient structure.

The reason that the green building attracting such great attention mainly due to the feature of environment- friendly. For many construction manufactures, what they may care about is the high benefit they can get. But most of them ignored the “win- win” aspect that is the construction waste.

Construction waste can and should be managed in the same way as other home building operations. Efforts to reduce, reuse, and recycle construction waste may save money, reduce liability, keep job sites cleaner and safer, and conserve valuable landfill space.

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