Marina Mandarin Awarded Gold for Green Mark Award

Marina Mandarin is proud to be awarded BCA Green Mark Award. We are fully committed to energy efficiency with regular cleaning of heat exchanger to boost its efficiency as well as working closely with surrounding counterparts of MCST to improve the performance of District Cooling Plant.

BCA Green Mark is a green building rating system to evaluate a building for its environmental impact and performance. Endorsed and supported by the National Environment Agency, it provides a comprehensive framework for assessing the overall environmental performance of new and existing buildings to promote sustainable design, construction and operations practices in buildings.

Under the assessment framework for existing buildings, the building owners and operators are encouraged to meet their sustainable operations goals and to reduce adverse impacts of their buildings on the environment and occupant health over the entire building life cycle.

The assessment process involves a pre-assessment, evaluation and certification level sought.
The assessment identifies the specific energy efficient and environment-friendly features and practices incorporated are better than normal practice. The total number of points obtained will provide an indication of the environmental friendliness of the building design and operation.

Approximately 1.3 million kilowatts saved as compared from last year’s energy usage which equates to an average of $200,000 savings a year. Marina Mandarin pledges to continue our efforts in improving energy efficiency and environment- friendly practices in our operations.

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For further press information, please contact:
Patricia Yong
Director of Marketing Communications
Marina Mandarin Singapore, by Meritus
T (65) 6845 1239 / 9858 8269
patricia.yong@meritushotels.com

About Marina Mandarin Singapore
Marina Mandarin Singapore is a world-class, five-star luxury hotel that offers breathtaking views of Marina Bay and the financial district.

Enjoying an excellent location in the heart of the city, the hotel has direct access to the Marina Square Shopping Mall, and is opposite the Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre and The Esplanade–Singapore’s premier performing arts centre. The hotel is also perfectly situated right on the trackside of the annual Singapore Grand Prix Formula One race.

Complemented by a host of comprehensive amenities, the hotel’s 575 well-appointed guest rooms and suites are specially tailored to meet the needs of discerning business and leisure travellers.

With a distinctively majestic atrium soaring through 21 levels of the hotel, Marina Mandarin Singapore is imbued with a philosophy of providing Asian grace, warmth and care in an atmosphere of relaxed elegance.

About Meritus Hotels & Resorts
Meritus Hotels & Resorts is the hospitality division of Overseas Union Enterprise Limited (OUE:SP) which is amongst the key property players in Asia, and one of the few integrated developers in Singapore boasting a complete portfolio of prime assets across the retail, commercial, residential, and hospitality sectors.

As a hospitality brand, Meritus is synonymous with Asian hospitality and heritage, with luxury properties strategically located in key cities and idyllic resort destinations in Singapore, Malaysia, and Mainland China. Its current portfolio includes the flagship Mandarin Orchard Singapore, Marina Mandarin Singapore, Meritus Pelangi Beach Resort & Spa Langkawi, Shanghai JC Mandarin, Meritus Mandarin Haikou, and Meritus Shantou China.

Combining chic contemporary décor, comprehensive meetings, business and leisure facilities, and warm intuitive service, Meritus strives to consistently deliver an impeccable hospitality experience steeped in Asian grace, warmth, and care. For more information, visit www.meritushotels.com.

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