In this fast-paced world, technology is not only increasing but methods to curtail the adverse effects of technology are also rising rapidly among which green mark scheme is a system discovered in 2005 in Singapore. This scheme is a rating arrangement that is testing the ecological effect caused by a structure and is also aiming to make the construction sector build, environment- friendly and sustainable structures and is increasing the awareness amongst designers, builders, and developers at the initial stage of a project, and during the period of construction, and the scheme is in alliance with the National Environment Agency.
It is assessing both pre-and post-construction based on the green elements incorporated during the cycle of building with principles like energy efficiency which can achieve by bioclimatic architecture and high-performing insulation. By installing light-flowing taps and a rainwater harvesting system, the building can pass on the next criteria that are water efficiency. The third is environmental protection, which is achieved by using methods like solar panels, for conserving electricity and choosing materials that are nontoxic to the environment. By fitting composite waste management in the kitchen, designing interiors with local plants, and reducing the use of air-conditioners and refrigerators will give good grades for your house in the next category, indoor Environmental Quality. The last one is other Green Features is where other essentials like effective usage of nature come into account. So, finally, only when the building is scoring well, they are affiliated with green buildings and will get the certification for proof.