Green Engineering

We have long been committed to incorporating various green engineering technologies. From the life cycle perspective that involves design, procurement, construction, commissioning, operation, and decommissioning, we offer clients economic and viable eco-friendly solutions that minimize pollution, impact on human health, and environmental damage. We innovate to enhance the green competitiveness of the industry, achieving winwin situations for CTCI, partners, stakeholders, society, and the environment contributing to the sustainability of our ecosystem.

Environmental risks and mitigation at each phase of green engineering

Design

Material

Transportation

Construction

Use

Dismantle

Environmental risks

Design methods on methodologies, geotechnical engineering, construction, electrical engineering, piping engineering, instrumentation, equipment may have different environmental impact.

It becomes a source of environmental pollution, natural resources exploitation and energy consumption.

Status of transport equipment, greenhouse gas emissions

Greenhouse gas emissions, pollutants associated with air, water, waste and toxic and treatment of pollutants

Greenhouse gas emissions, duration of use, maintenance input

Classification, temporary storage and follow-up disposal of waste

CTCI mitigation

Standardized design

Modular design

Multifunction

High efficiency

Low pollution

Localization of procurement, reducing transportation costs

Cargo consolidationt ransport

Develop automation to reduce on-site workload

Enhance waste water recycling and reuse efficiency to minimize environmental impact

Use high-performance equipment

Use organic materials

Resource recycling and reuse

Amount (TWD) spent on Green Engineering Technological R&D investment and staff

Category

Technology

Amount invested

Manpower input

2014

2015

2016

2017

2014

2015

2016

2017

Process innovation

Information integration, intelligent management, mobile applications, visual applications, system turn over, and Big Data

18,825,460

19,754,676

23,680,950

29,655,865

15

15

15

20

Design technologies

Process technologies

6,336,018

5,338,754

7,539,874

7,046,128

5

5

5

5

Civil engineering technologies

12,213,711

12,863,656

15,949,318

17,896,774

8

9

9

10

Equipment technologies

5,072,334

4,721,586

5,396,855

5,889,652

3

3

3

3

Instrument engineering technologies

6,620,631

6,732,593

6,627,900

6,925,028

5

6

5

4

Piping engineering technologies

16,408,376

16,059,452

18,795,635

19,223,428

12

11

13

15

Electrical engineering technologies

6,682,552

6,404,103

7,971,654

7,490,865

5

5

6

5

Supply chain

Facility management, intelligent information dashboard, and logistical management

7,367,459

7,559,104

14,208,289

15,786,196

4

5

8

10

Construction technologies

Construction management, modular applications, 4D visualization, scaffolding management, mobile HSE, and warehouse management

0

487,257

389,918

4,079,043

0

1

1

3

Commissioning technologies

Commissioning expert system and flawless start-up

2,103,459

1,295,819

1,255,718

0

2

1

1

0

Total

81,630,000

81,217,000

101,816,111

113,992,979

59

61

66

75

Note 1: Manpower input includes R&D and non-R&D personnel in the Innovation R&D Center. The development and implementation of any R&D plan require the collaboration amongst the R&D and non-R&D personnel in their respective area, and complete the system or operational processes collectively.

Note 2: In 2017, the R&D of commissioning technology was incorporated into the R&D of process technology, hence the figure is 0.