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11/25/2014.Wenzao Advocates Power Saving and Becomes a Member of GUUT

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Nov. 25, 2014



【News release: Public Relations Office、Translated by OICC】

     Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages made a big step on becoming a member of Green University! Wenzao was recently approved as a formal member by Green University of Union of Taiwan (GUUT). GUUT, a branch of Green University of Union, is a non-profit organization aiming to enhance sustainable development. As a member, Wenzao connects itself to the world to promote a green university in Taiwan.

     Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages has valued recycling and sustainability by educating its faculty and students to respect for the nature and cherish object. Specifically, Wenzao has advocated for campus sustainability. In addition to undertaking electricity and water saving initiatives, Wenzao makes an effort on curriculum integration and activities such as Sustainable Earth Month. Furthermore, Wenzao is committed to undertaking its environmental policies to reduce the possibilities of generating giant garbage and toxic water, including recycling and reducing the total amount.   

     Wezao has continuously advocating power saving and carbon dioxide reduction by controlling the consumption of electric power and water. The consumption of electricity in 2013 was 19.72% less than that in 2008.  On the other hand, the consumption of water in 2014 was 31.2% less than that in 2008. The achievement has been recognized by the Kaohsiung City Government’s Best Fuel-saving Award and twice approved as one of the excellent (non-profit) organization for its initial inspection by the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs. Wenzao’s efforts on campus sustainability have been recognized by GUUT to be invited as a formal member. In the future, Wenzao will continue to be an advocate by taking actions to promote environmental sustainability through integrations of curriculums that reflect the value of a university. 


 













































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Solar Power Board on the 4th floor of Spiritual Center
Provided by Office of General Affairs 



 Natural ventilation work in student dorms


of Millennium Building
Photo provided by Office of General Affairs 


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Solar Power Board in student dorms


Photo Provided by Office of General Affairs



 Heat pump Heating system in student dormitory
Photo Provided by Office of General Affairs


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Lighting improvements for carbon Dioxide reduction
Photo provided by Office of General Affairs



 Replacing old air-conditioning equipment
Photo provided by Office of General Affairs


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Recycled water used for an ecological pond
Photo provided by Office of General Affairs

 RO water for gardening
Photo provided by Office of General Affairs


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 Wenzao students participating in sea and beach purification


Photo provided by Chia-Chun Chen 



Wenzao students participating in sea and beach purification
Photo provided by XE5B Yun-Min Wang


     
     

 




 
 


 


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Wenzao Advocates Power Saving and Becomes a Member of GUUT









 


Nov. 25, 2014





【News release: Public Relations Office、Translated by OICC】
     Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages made a big step on becoming a member of Green University! Wenzao was recently approved as a formal member by Green University of Union of Taiwan (GUUT). GUUT, a branch of Green University of Union, is a non-profit organization aiming to enhance sustainable development. As a member, Wenzao connects itself to the world to promote a green university in Taiwan.
     Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages has valued recycling and sustainability by educating its faculty and students to respect for the nature and cherish object. Specifically, Wenzao has advocated for campus sustainability. In addition to undertaking electricity and water saving initiatives, Wenzao makes an effort on curriculum integration and activities such as Sustainable Earth Month. Furthermore, Wenzao is committed to undertaking its environmental policies to reduce the possibilities of generating giant garbage and toxic water, including recycling and reducing the total amount.   
     Wezao has continuously advocating power saving and carbon dioxide reduction by controlling the consumption of electric power and water. The consumption of electricity in 2013 was 19.72% less than that in 2008.  On the other hand, the consumption of water in 2014 was 31.2% less than that in 2008. The achievement has been recognized by the Kaohsiung City Government’s Best Fuel-saving Award and twice approved as one of the excellent (non-profit) organization for its initial inspection by the Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs. Wenzao’s efforts on campus sustainability have been recognized by GUUT to be invited as a formal member. In the future, Wenzao will continue to be an advocate by taking actions to promote environmental sustainability through integrations of curriculums that reflect the value of a university. 

 



 
 



Solar Power Board on the 4th floor of Spiritual Center Provided by Office of General Affairs 


 Natural ventilation work in student dorms
of Millennium BuildingPhoto provided by Office of General Affairs 








Solar Power Board in student dorms
Photo Provided by Office of General Affairs


 Heat pump Heating system in student dormitory Photo Provided by Office of General Affairs



 
 



Lighting improvements for carbon Dioxide reduction Photo provided by Office of General Affairs


 Replacing old air-conditioning equipment Photo provided by Office of General Affairs







Recycled water used for an ecological pond Photo provided by Office of General Affairs

 RO water for gardening Photo provided by Office of General Affairs








 Wenzao students participating in sea and beach purification
Photo provided by Chia-Chun Chen 


Wenzao students participating in sea and beach purification Photo provided by XE5B Yun-Min Wang