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Buildings and homes (or the built environment) affects natural environment. Buildings, where people spend 90% of their time, adversely impact human health. Buildings also account for 40% of energy and 16% of the water used annually worldwide. Air quality inside buildings is 2 to 5 times worse than outside There are many factors to consider while studying the impacts of buildings Land use and ecosystems where buildings are built Materials and practices used to construct buildings Material, chemical, energy and water resources used to maintain and operate buildings Demolition and waste of a building at the end of its life Green Building involves minimizing these negative environmental and human health impacts and enhancing positive results throughout the buildingâ„¢s entire life cycle. In addition to environmental benefits, through integrated design, they can be constructed at the same or lower cost than conventional buildings. Typical Features of Green Buildings are *Eco-friendly Building Materials *Green Power *Water use Efficiency *Energy efficient and Eco-friendly equipment *Indoor Air quality
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green building is an outcome of a design philosophy which focuses on increasing the efficiency of resource use ” energy, water, and materials ” while reducing building impacts on human health and the environment during the building's life cycle, through better siting, design, construction, operation, maintenance, and removal Though green building is interpreted in many different ways, a common view is that they should be designed and operated to reduce the overall impact of the built environment on human health and the natural environment by:
* Efficiently using energy, water, and other resources
* Protecting occupant health and improving employee productivity
* Reducing waste, pollution and environmental degradation



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ABSTRACT
In India there is a small but growing movement towards the design and construction of ‘‘green’’ buildings. To ensure continued growth in the adoption of green building technologies it is important to ensure that customer needs are being addressed and that claims of performance are warranted; this means evaluating the performance and life-cycle costs of new green buildings as they come on line. ‘A Green building should create delight when entered, serenity and health when occupied and regret when departed’ – Perhaps this is one of the most inspiring definitions of a Green building, articulated in the book ‘Natural Capitalism’.
Construction Industry in India is one of the rapidly growing sectors and contributes significantly to the Nation’s economy. The sector contributes to 10% of India’s GDP .Indian construction sector is growing at a rate of 9.2% as against the world average of 5.5%. The sector is likely to record higher growth in the coming years.
The Indian materials and equipment manufacturers are now faced with a challenge to seriously look at green features to meet the growing demand for Green Buildings. A few green materials and equipment are available in the country. To name a few - Fly-ash cement, Fly-ash block, Recycled Aluminum, Recycled steel, Recycled tiles, Low VOC paints, Bamboo based products, HFC based high efficiency chillers, Building Controls, Green Roof, Recycled wood, etc.,
KEY WORDS: Green Buildings, Fly Ash, Recycled Aluminum,Green Roof….
INTRODUCTION
DEFINITION OF GREEN BUILDING

Green buildings are sited, designed, constructed, and operated to enhance the well-being of their occupants and support a healthy community and natural environment.
Green building is a loosely defined collection of land-use, building design, and construction strategies that reduce the environmental impacts that buildings have on their surroundings. Traditional building practices often overlook the interrelationships among a building, its components, its surroundings, and its occupants. “Typical” buildings consume more of our resources than necessary and generate large amounts of waste.
GREEN BUILDING BENEFITS
• 30% to 40% reduction in operating cost.
• Health and safety of building occupants.
• Incorporate latest techniques and technologies.
• The most tangible benefit is in reduction of operating energy and water costs right from day one during the entire life cycle of the building.
GREEN BUILDING FEATURES
Green Building Have Many Advantages & Features. Some
Important Fractures are indicating below.
• Energy efficient equipment for air conditioning and Lighting systems.
• Use of onsite renewable energy.
• Measurement and verification plan to ensure energy &Water savings.
• Reduction of building footprints to minimize the impact on environment.
• Installation of high efficiency irrigation methods and selection of vegetation which have low water consumption.
• Controls and building management systems.
• Recycling of construction debris to other sites.
• Use of building materials having a high recycled content.
• Use of rapidly renewable materials.
• Declaration of site as “Non-smoking” area or havedesignated area of smoking.
• Providing daylight and views for the occupied areas.
GREEN BUILDING MOVEMENT IN INDIA
The Green Building movement has gained tremendous momentum during the past 5 years, ever since the Green Business Centre embarked on achieving the prestigious LEED rating for their own center at Hyderabad.
The ‘Platinum Rating’ for the Green Business Centre building has sensitized the stakeholders of the construction industry. Today, several corporate and Government organizations are considering Green Buildings in a major way. This has resulted in a spurt in the demand for green materials & equipment. From a humble beginning of 20,000 sq.ft of green footprint in the country in the year 2003, to a staggering 70 million sq.ft till date, green buildings are well poised to reach scalar heights.
Today a variety of green building project and implimentations are coming up in the country - residential complexes, exhibition centers, hospitals, educational institutions, laboratories, IT parks, airports, government buildings and corporate offices.
Today the earth’s environment is in a sorry state. Wherever one looks, we encounter pollution. Forests are disappearing. The green patches in the city are being replaced by concrete buildings. Waste products are being dumped indiscriminately. Water is too toxic to drink. The air is unfit to breathe. Global warming has become a menacing issue. There is a question mark over the survival of life on the earth. The human race is at the brink of a self-created disaster. Truly there is a surfeit of environmental problems today.
"Sustainable development is development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
Need for sustainable alternatives:
 Steel, cement, glass, aluminium, plastics, bricks, etc. are energy-intensive materials, commonly used for building construction. Generally these materials are transported over great distances.
 Extensive use of these materials can drain the energy resources and adversely affect the environment.
 On the other hand, it is difficult to meet the ever-growing demand for buildings by adopting only energy efficient traditional materials (like mud, thatch, timber, etc.) and construction methods.
Technology for Alternative:
Materials for low cost Housing should be:
 Energy Efficient
 Environment Friendly
 Employment Generating
Green architecture may have these characteristics:
 Energy-efficient lighting and appliances.
 Water-saving plumbing fixtures.
 Landscapes planned to maximize passive solar energy.
 Minimal harm to the natural habitat.
 Alternate power sources such as solar power or wind power.
GREENBUILDING PRACTICES:
Green building brings together a vast array of practices and techniques to reduce and ultimately eliminate the impacts of buildings on the environment and human health.
E.g. Using sunlight through passive solar, active solar and photo voltaic techniques and using plants and trees through green roofs, rain gardens, and for reduction of rainwater run-off.
SALIENT FEATURES
• Minimal disturbance to landscapes and site condition
• Use of Recycled and Environmental Friendly Building Materials.
• Use of Non-Toxic and recycled/recyclable Materials.
• Efficient use of Water and Water Recycling
• Use of Renewable Energy
• Indoor Air Quality for Human Safety and Comfort
• Effective Controls and Building Management Systems
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GREEN BUILDING
Introduction
structure and process that is environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle
Efficiently using energy, water, and other resources
Protecting occupant health and improving employee productivity
Reducing waste, pollution and environmental degradation
Current Scenario of Green Building Technology
Application of green building concept is relative new and is being recently getting adopted in the society.
Growing awareness of sustainability within India, competency and encouraging returns will encourage the real developers to shift towards construction of green buildings.
GREEN BUILDING CRITERIONS
Sustainable siting and design
Green building materials
Water efficiency
Energy efficiency
On-site power generation
Indoor air quality
GREEN BUILDING BENEFITS
30% to 40% reduction in operating cost.
Health and safety of building occupants.
Incorporate latest techniques and technologies.
Improve occupant health
Reduce pollution
Reduce water usage (by 20%- 30%)
Eliminates creation of waste
Reduce power consumption (by 40%- 50%)
Green architecture may have these characteristics:
Energy-efficient lighting and appliances.
Water-saving plumbing fixtures.
Landscapes planned to maximize passive solar energy.
Minimal harm to the natural habitat.
Alternate power sources such as solar power or wind power.
SALIENT FEATURES
Minimal disturbance to landscapes and site condition
Use of Recycled and Environmental Friendly Building Materials.
Use of Non-Toxic and recycled/recyclable Materials.
Efficient use of Water and Water Recycling
Use of Renewable Energy
Indoor Air Quality for Human Safety and Comfort
Effective Controls and Building Management Systems
Water efficiency
Indoor water conservation plan
Use low flow plumbing fixtures
Use high performance appliances
Outdoor water conservation strategies
Use a rain water collection system
Use sustainable landscaping techniques
Use high efficiency irrigation systems
Energy efficiency
Passive solar design
Optimize the site, design, and orientation
Landscape to provide natural shade
Use natural day lighting
Use natural heating and ventilation
Energy efficient products
Use high performance thermal insulation
Use high performance roofing and glazing
Use high performance lighting systems
Use high performance heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
Use high performance appliances
Energy management plan
Evaluate tradeoffs and minimize project and implimentationed energy costs.
Train building occupants.
Track and optimize performance overtime.
Employ an energy management system and commissioning.
Energy efficient products
Use high performance thermal insulation
Use high performance roofing and glazing
Use high performance lighting systems
Use high performance heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems
Use high performance appliances
CONCEPTUAL DRAWING OF GREEN BUILDING:
GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS:

Use recycled content building products
Use locally available or naturally occurring building products
Use rapidly renewable resources
Use certified wood
Use structural insulated panels
Use of recyclable sustainable materials
As specified in Green Guide
Use of pre fabricated materials
System for Rooftop rain Water Harvesting for water reuse or recharging of underground water
Use of modern gadgets, information Technology and automation control for Security and comfort
 THREE BASIC STEPS OF PRODUCT SELECTION:
Research
Evaluation
Selection.
BENEFITS
Environmental benefits
Reduce the impacts of natural resource extraction, manufacturing, operations and disposal
Economic benefits
Improve the bottom line
Health and safety benefits
CASE STUDY
OLYMPIA TECH PARK CHENNAI, INDIA
Building Type: Office
Approximate gross area: .13,00,000 Sq. Ft
Number of floors above ground: 8
Year of completion: 2006
Main Green Features of the project and implimentation
The client (Olympia) and the architects developed a strategic green option to recycle/reuse the entire building.
Allows opportunities for natural ventilation in summer and acts as a warm buffer zone in winter.
Energy efficient HVAC and electrical equipment and systems design providing considerable energy savings of over 25%.
High efficiency water system design resulting in water use reduction by over 40%.
CONT…..
Effective use of recycled materials for over 15% of the project and implimentation cost.
Utilization of regionally manufactured materials for over 60% of the project and implimentation cost thereby reducing the impact of environmental pollution.
Exemplary performance on construction waste management diverting close to 98% of the construction waste generated at site.
CONCLUSION:
It becomes inevitable to steadily switch over to the use of energy efficient building materials and technologies and device methods and mechanisms to utilize industrial/mine wastes and recycling and reuse of building wastes for the manufacture of building materials and products for the sustainable construction practices.
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ABSTRACT:

Green building is the practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient through a building’s life cycle. They are designed to reduce the overall impact of the built environment on human health and natural environment. They bring together a vast array of practices and techniques to reduce and ultimately eliminate the impacts of building on the environment and human health.
The design of a green building is based to reduce loads, use building materials extracted and manufactured locally, use of rapidly renewable plant materials, reduce loads, use of renewable energy and to reduce toxic and wastes. Building materials used are bamboo and straw, lumber from forests, dimension stone, recycled stone, recycled metal, and other products that are non-toxic, reusable, renewable, and recyclable.
Green buildings reduce GHG emissions, maintenance cost, load, transportation costs while construction, save around 50-65$ per square feet for a year. By using simple methods one can change an ordinary building into a green building.
Rather for few disadvantages like additional costs, poor indoor air quality and harmful radiations green building has great social, economical and environmental benefits.

INTRODUCTION:

Green building is the practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle from sitting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation and deconstruction. This practice expands and complements the classical building design concerns of economy, utility, durability, and comfort. Green building is also known as a sustainable or high performance building.

CONCEPT:

Green building brings together a vast array of practices and techniques to reduce and ultimately eliminate the impacts of buildings on the environment and human health. It often emphasizes taking advantage of renewable resources, e.g., using sunlight through passive solar, active solar, and photovoltaic techniques and using plants and trees through green roofs, rain gardens, and for reduction of rainwater run-off. They require careful, systemic attention to the full life cycle impacts of the resources embodied in the building and to the resource consumption and pollution emissions over the building's complete life cycle.

Indoor environmental quality:

Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) is a critical component of constructing green buildings. The green buildings are designed to create healthy indoor environments with minimal pollutants (e.g., reduced product emissions) and selecting finishing products (carpets millwork, paints, adhesives, sealants, etc) that are low in volatile compounds that cause bad odours and irritate sensitive building occupants. The buildings are designed to breathe and deliver fresh air, filtered air directly to individual dwellings and zoned common areas. Filtered fresh air is delivered directly to each suite.

Water efficiency:

Advanced low flow fixtures, like dual flush toilets, front-load washer, showerheads and aerated faucets are installed that can reduce potable water consumption and save on water heating. Irrigation systems, storm water management rainwater treatment and drought resistant vegetation are practiced. The waste water is treated and it is used for spray irrigation, car wash, toilet flushes and other non-consumptive purposes.

WHY BUILD GREEN:

Buildings and communities are responsible for over 40 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions into our atmosphere. Global awareness of the urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental degradation is driving the need for rapid formation of Green Buildings around the world.
The built environment has a vast impact on the natural environment, human health, and the economy. By adopting green building strategies, we can maximize both economic and environmental performance. Green construction methods can be integrated into buildings at any stage, from design and construction, to renovation and deconstruction. However, the most significant benefits can be obtained if the design and construction team takes an integrated approach from the earliest stages of a building project and implimentation.

CONCLUSION:

Current growth in the green building market is not a short-lived trend, but the start of a permanent shift in how the world uses energy and natural resources within the spaces we live and work. However, there are many obstacles that may slow the growth of the green building industry. To begin with, knowledge of the long-term social, economic and environmental benefits of sustainable building practices is generally lacking among relevant stakeholders, including investors, insurance companies, property developers and buyers/tenants. Furthermore, current legislation and building standards generally neglect sustainability issues, focusing instead on the technical function of buildings. Finally, there are a lack of official government policies and incentives to encourage green building. Overcoming these obstacles might be uneasy but this small step promises a giant leap in the way the world lives.



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ABSTRACT

In India there is a small but growing movement towards the design and construction of ‘‘green’’ buildings. To ensure continued growth in the adoption of green building technologies it is important to ensure that customer needs are being addressed and that claims of performance are warranted; this means evaluating the performance and life-cycle costs of new green buildings as they come on line. ‘A Green building should create delight when entered, serenity and health when occupied and regret when departed’ – Perhaps this is one of the most inspiring definitions of a Green building, articulated in the book ‘Natural Capitalism’.
Construction Industry in India is one of the rapidly growing sectors and contributes significantly to the Nation’s economy. The sector contributes to 10% of India’s GDP .Indian construction sector is growing at a rate of 9.2% as against the world average of 5.5%. The sector is likely to record higher growth in the coming years.
The Indian materials and equipment manufacturers are now faced with a challenge to seriously look at green features to meet the growing demand for Green Buildings. A few green materials and equipment are available in the country. To name a few - Fly-ash cement, Fly-ash block, Recycled Aluminum, Recycled steel, Recycled tiles, Low VOC paints, Bamboo based products, HFC based high efficiency chillers, Building Controls, Green Roof, Recycled wood, etc.

INTRODUCTION

Green buildings are sited, designed, constructed, and operated to enhance the well-being of their occupants and support a healthy community and natural environment. These are eco friendly, recourse efficient and designed and commissioned to ensure they are healthy for its occupants. They are more comfortable and easier to live with due to operating and owing cost.
Green building is a loosely defined collection of land-use, building design, and construction strategies that reduce the environmental impacts that buildings have on their surroundings. Traditional building practices often overlook the interrelationships among a building, its components, its surroundings, and its occupants. “Typical” buildings consume more of our resources than necessary and generate large amounts of waste.

DEFINITION OF GREEN BUILDING

Green building is a loosely defined collection of land-use, building design, and construction strategies that reduce the environmental impacts that buildings have on their surroundings. Traditional building practices often overlook the interrelationships among a building, its components, its surroundings, and its occupants. “Typical” buildings consume more of our resources than necessary and generate large amounts of waste.

GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS

Green building is about making the best use of resources during all stages of construction. By combining a system of components and materials that work in harmony with one another, the goal is to create an energy-efficient, water-saving structure with a low carbon footprint. While selecting the right materials is a large part of green building, choosing the best materials may not be obvious and will depend on the needs of the building owner.
What, if any, green certification is the owner seeking?
Is the owner concerned about lifetime energy use?
Is the carbon footprint of the construction process a factor that concerns the owner?
Since it can be difficult to define whether a particular building material is green or not, here are some general principles to consider.
Typically, the best material for any job is the one that performs the best with respect to the green criteria of the owner. That will likely include the product’s longevity but may also include how well the material or product works with the rest of the building as a system, whether it contributes to reducing energy or water consumption, or if it helps to improve air quality.
If two materials perform the same and have roughly equal expected lifetimes, natural materials are generally preferable to man-made ones.
Local materials are generally preferred to ones that must be shipped long distances, but you should weigh each material case by case.

GREEN BUILDING MOVEMENT IN INDIA

The Green Building movement has gained tremendous momentum during the past 5 years, ever since the Green Business Centre embarked on achieving the prestigious LEED rating for their own center at Hyderabad.
The ‘Platinum Rating’ for the Green Business Centre building has sensitized the stakeholders of the construction industry. Today, several corporate and Government organizations are considering Green Buildings in a major way. This has resulted in a spurt in the demand for green materials & equipment. From a humble beginning of 20,000 sq.ft of green footprint in the country in the year 2003, to a staggering 70 million sq.ft till date, green buildings are well poised to reach scalar heights.
Today a variety of green building project and implimentations are coming up in the country - residential complexes, exhibition centers, hospitals, educational institutions, laboratories, IT parks, airports, government buildings and corporate offices.
Today the earth’s environment is in a sorry state. Wherever one looks, we encounter pollution. Forests are disappearing. The green patches in the city are being replaced by concrete buildings. Waste products are being dumped indiscriminately. Water is too toxic to drink. The air is unfit to breathe. Global warming has become a menacing issue. There is a question mark over the survival of life on the earth. The human race is at the brink of a self-created disaster. Truly there is a surfeit of environmental problems today.
"Sustainable development is development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."

GROWTH OF GREEN BUILDING IN INDIA

The 'Platinum Rating' for the Green Business Centre building has sensitized the stakeholders of the construction industry. Today, several corporate and Government are considering Green Buildings in a major way. This has resulted in a spurt in the demand for green materials & equipment. From a humble beginning of 20,000 sq.ft of green footprint in the country in the year 2003, to a staggering 10 million sq.ft expected by end 2008, green buildings are well poised to reach scalar heights. Today a variety of green building project and implimentations are coming up in the country - residential complexes, exhibition centers, hospitals, educational institutions, laboratories, IT parks, airports, government buildings and corporate offices.

CONCLUSION

Today the earth’s environment is in a sorry state. Wherever one looks, we encounter pollution. Forests are disappearing. The green patches in the city are being replaced by concrete buildings. Waste products are being dumped indiscriminately. Water is too toxic to drink. The air is unfit to breathe. Global warming has become a menacing issue. There is a question mark over the survival of life on the earth.
Green building brings together a vast array of practices and techniques to reduce and ultimately eliminate the impacts of buildings on the environment and human health.
E.g. Using sunlight through passive solar, active solar and photo voltaic techniques and using plants and trees through green roofs, rain gardens, and for reduction of rainwater run-off
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Definition :-

“It is the practice of increasing efficiency with which buildings use resources- energy, water and materials-while reducing building impacts on human health and the environment.”

Concept

 The `Green Building' concept is gaining importance in various countries, including India. These are buildings that ensure that waste is minimized at every stage during the construction and operation of the building, resulting in low costs, according to experts in the technology.
The techniques associated with the `Green Building' include measures to prevent erosion of soil, rainwater harvesting, use of solar energy, preparation of landscapes to reduce heat, reduction in usage of water, recycling of waste water and use of world class energy efficient practices.
A similar concept is natural building, which is usually on a smaller scale and tends to focus on the use of natural materials that are available locally.

How To Make Green Building?

A green building is a structure that is environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout its life-cycle. These objectives expand and complement the classical building design, concerns of economy, utility, durability and comfort.

Importance of Green building.

Nowadays, we should make a way to maximize our natural resources and also help our mother earth to get some relief since pollution is everywhere plus the global warming that we are all experiencing. Non-renewable energy is expensive and unsafe but did you know that through green building we can save a lot of energy. Before that, let's define first the meaning of green building (know also as green construction is the practice of creating structures and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle: from siting to design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and deconstruction. The importance of this is it lessen the consume of energy and the pollution as well because the more we use nonrenewable energy the higher the risk of pollution.

Wool brick

Obtained by adding wool and a natural polymer found in seaweed to the clay of the brick, 
37% More strength than burnt bricks
Resistant for cold and wet climate

Sustainable Concrete

 Crushed glass 
 Wood chips or slag - a byproduct of steel manufacturing.
Reduces the emission of CO2
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