Through this trip to T·PARK, we understood the meaning of ‘reuse’ and the importance of protecting the environment.
‘T’ stands for transformation. T·PARK signifies the continuous drive to shape Hong Kong’s “waste-to-energy” ambitions for the good of the community. It also reflects a vision to encourage positive change in people’s attitudes and behaviours towards waste management and resource recovery and recycling.
Located in the most north-west of Hong Kong, T·PARK is the first self-sustained facility that combines sludge treatment, environmental educational center and recreational complex.
Consisting of four Fluidized Bed Incinerators and four steam turbines generators, the plant treats 2000 tonnes of sludge per day and supplies up to 2 MW of surplus electricity for the public power grid.
T·PARK started construction in 2010 and officially started operation in 2016.
T·PARK was designed by the renowned French architect Claude Vasconi.