There are over a million trees in Hong Kong. In 2008, a
one-hundred-year-old valuable tree failed and killed a
teen. In 2014, a fallen tree hit a pregnant woman. In
2018, a domestic helper was killed by a decaying
four-metre-long branch that weighed 30 kg. When
trees get sick, the signs of their unhealthiness pose
threats to city dwellers. The potential risk is why we
need tree management.
Metropolitan, like Hong Kong, has incorporated environmental city design, proposing life in harmony with nature. It is meriting maintaining trees in healthy conditions. Trees supply oxygen, which allows us to breathe to survive; trees grab to avoid landslides. Trees are home to wildlife and can be our food sources. Trees cannot speak nor walk. When we interact with the trees in city life, trees depend on us to care for them and provide them with a safe, healthy environment to grow and live in. While celebrating such a green city movement, ANewR has made a great move to manage the interplay with nature.
Why is Tree management a strategic approach
Tree performance indicator
Geographical Location Of Tree
Tree Survival Rate
Tree Health Condition
Risk Tree Identification
tree management system
90% tree survival rate
0% fatal accident
100% response rate to public
inquiries within 24 hours
Tree register system
Data input and presentation
Vetting and searching
The tree management system is designed for tree conservation and striving for zero casualties.
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- Provision of Service for Enhancement of the Tree Register and Tree Failure Database (Revamp of Tree Register Website)
- Provision of Enhancement Service for the Interim Solution of the Tree Register and Tree Failure Database for the Development Bureau (Works Branch)
- Provision of Service for Enhancement of Tree Register System
Who are we? ANewR Consulting Group has been venturing into environmental areas since 2008. Instituted by a team of seasoned environmental experts, acoustical specialists, and electronic engineers, we are proficient in rendering one-stop environmental and digital services to public and private sectors across Asia and Europe. Why do we want to combine digitalisation and environmental service? Digitalisation empowers cities with inclusion capability. We see social inclusion by facilitating stakeholders’ comprehensive engagement to contribute their viewpoints on infrastructural schemes to investigate the best to dwindle the potentially far-reaching impacts.
Address: Unit 1818-1819,
Tower A, Regent Centre,
63 Wo Yi Hop Road, Kwai Chung,
Tel: 852 2618 2831