The new Xavier Ateneo Senior High School at Pueblo de Oro will be a green campus.
The last addition to Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan’s basic education cluster will be implementing environment-friendly technology for its new buildings. Among its green features are the following: a sewerage treatment plant, a rainwater collection system, natural ventilation, and sky gardens. They are all designed to reduce the overall impact on the environment and human health.
For efficient energy use, the classrooms and offices will be using T5 and led lighting and an inverter-type air conditioning system.
Architect Ernest Martin Soriano designed the new campus to allow the free flow of air maximizing natural ventilation. The sky gardens also provide insulation by absorbing the sunlight and reducing extreme temperatures.
The buildings will also have water tanks to store rainwater collected from the rooftops and will be used for the sprinkler system and industrial use.
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