The curved roof helps to collect rain water in a pond at the center of the museum's base which is used to flush toilets.
Our skating rink is made from a synthetic material that does not need cold and therefore energy to make it skateable.
This waterworks is powered with rain water.
The glass roof at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands lets natural light in. Photo sensors detect brightness levels and adjust the lights accordingly. The net effect is less artificial light and therefore less energy used.
Strategically-placed recycling bins ensure that visitors and employees can recycle glass, plastic, aluminum, cardboard, paper and wood.
Sensors activate the escalators only when they detect people. When no one is around, the escalators slow and stop to save energy.
The 'green' roofs absorb heat, keeping the building cool and reducing air conditioning and energy consumption.
The elevators generate and recycle energy to power their trips. The 'green' roof consists of 250 trees and 650 plants and helps to absorb and reduce the temperature and energy used to cool the facility.