T ▪ PARK, located at Tsang Tsui, Tuen Mun, is a state-of-the-art sludge treatment facility adopting a technology known as “fluidised bed incineration” for treatment of sewage sludge collected from all major sewage treatment works in Hong Kong, with a maximum treatment capacity of 2,000 tonnes per day. The final products of treatment are mainly inert ash and residues that have been reduced to 10% of the original sludge volume, hence greatly reduce the pressure on landfills. The “T” stands for "transformation", connoting our vision to embrace the concept of “turning waste to energy” and “driving changes in attitude and behaviour towards a greener lifestyle”.
It is a unique facility combining advanced technologies of sludge incineration, power generation, seawater desalination and wastewater treatment in one self-sufficient complex. It also features a variety of recreational, educational and ecological facilities together with a landscape area for enriching visitors’ experience.
For more information, please visit http://www.tpark.hk and watch the Waste-to-Energy Journey Video.
“Waste-to-Energy” in Action
Landscape and Habitats
Use of Eco-materials
Total Water Management
Please watch the videos:
2. Second life series (1) : T ▪ CAFE
3. Second life series (2) : T ▪ SKY
T ▪ PARK is a showcase of sustainable building and a new milestone of green infrastructure in Hong Kong. In addition to serving a sludge treatment function, it is also a place to nurture learning and concept in green living through its educational, recreational and ecological facilities. At its Environmental Education Centre, one will experience the benefits of “waste-to-energy”, learn about the culture of recycling/upcycling and be inspired about the importance of sustainable development.
T ▪ PARK receives world-wide recognition as an exemplary project of its kind, and won a series of monumental awards.
|Number of Blocks||11|
|Number of Storeys||1 - 12|
|Number of Floors||25|
|Type||Government, Institutional and Community|
|Total Site Area||67,000 sqm|
|Project Developer / Owner||Environmental Protection Department, HKSAR Government|
|Project Manager||Veolia Water - Leighton - John Holland Joint Venture|
|Architect||P&T Architects and Engineers Limited|
|M&E Engineer||Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Limited|
|Main Contractor||VW-VES (Hong Kong) Limited|