UAE firms 'must adopt green cooling systems'
Dubai, April 28, 2012
Al Reyadah, an UAE-based contracting company that serves clients in the Gulf region, has urged real estate developers to adopt the latest eco-friendly cooling systems that enhance the environmental sustainability in the UAE.
The call was made on the sidelines of the Cityscape Abu Dhabi 2012 that concluded recently at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre with the participation of local and international real estate companies and developers.
Mohammed Swairjo, the general manager of Al Reyadah said, “We feel it is our responsibility to stress the importance of adopting latest eco-friendly cooling technologies before the participants at the Cityscape Abu Dhabi. These technologies can assist in the environmental sustainability of the region, through saving the consumption of energy resources, such as water.”
Al Reyadah, he said, is providing cooling management services to different sectors, including hospitals, schools, universities, sportive clubs, factories, residential units, offices and other facilities.
It aims at developing and building long term relationships with its customers to ensure a reliable service, said Swairjo.
Al Reyadah, he said, had won many contracts for the management of cooling systems, including 19 luxury villas owned by B2B Hotels & Properties and Masar Printing Press which is the print arm of Awraq Publishing while it has provided Al Rahma Medical store owned by Ismail Al Khaja & Sons Group with AC built and design services.
“Our advanced cooling systems in buildings and towers are saving significant quantities of power, because it is associated with an advanced system that controls all cooling sizes at one place, as the rates of cooling differ from place to another in the same building such as windows, doors, corridors and other places,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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