Wed 16-06-2021 11:37 AM
ABU DHABI, sixteenth June, 2021 (WAM) — Emirates Metal’s headquarter and warehouse in Musaffah Industrial Space in Abu Dhabi has acquired the Platinum Score for inexperienced buildings from Management in Vitality and Environmental Design (LEED v4) awarded by the US Inexperienced Constructing Council (USGBC), attaining 80 and 82 factors respectively.
“Emirates Metal is dedicated to the very best requirements of sustainability and effectivity in all tasks and initiatives. Receiving the Platinum Score for inexperienced buildings from LEED highlights our sustainability efforts and management. This helps the nationwide plans and techniques selling pure assets’ sustainability, power and water conservation, and adopting inexperienced practices in each side of our lives,” stated Saeed Ghumran Al Remeithi, CEO of Emirates Metal.
“Our current headquarter and warehouse constructing have been upgraded to meet the inexperienced buildings’ requirements. This helped us rationalise our power consumption, enhance buildings’ indoor atmosphere high quality, improve its thermal insulation, discover new sustainable options for waste administration, and different LEED necessities. This helps us maximise our contribution in decreasing emissions, selling sustainability and defending the environment,” added Al Remeithi.
In October 2020, Emirates Metal turned the primary metal producer within the area and one of many first 50 firms on the earth to be verified for LEED documentation for its merchandise. Its high-quality metal merchandise adjust to worldwide and native Inexperienced Constructing ranking methods, resembling (LEED) and Abu Dhabi ESTIDAMA programme.
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