Aiming to be launched in 2018, Tengah “Forest Town” – soon to be Singapore’s largest smart, sustainable town – plans on becoming a pilot project by the Housing and Development Board.
According to the Housing and Development Board, the town features eco-friendly water and energy technology. Meanwhile, a software will be installed as an automated waste system in residential housing development projects.
Energy and water conservation such as smart lighting and eco-pedestals in flats, with dual bicycle racks system for green commuting, will also be included in this town area. Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System (PWCS), an automated and enclosed waste collection system, can also be found as being more hygienic and efficient for waste collection and management.
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