Grohe showcases sustainable line at Lebanon event
Beirut, April 5, 2012
Leading sanitary fittings company, Grohe, showcased its line of sustainable products at the recently held "Build It Green Lebanon” Sustainability Solutions Conference for the third consecutive year.
The company shared its commitment to the natural world and its expertise in water sustainability during its participation, a statement from Grohe said.
The products allow consumers to reduce their water usage and energy consumption, leading to a smaller carbon footprint without compromising on comfort and enjoyment, the statement said.
All Grohe products are characterised by a balance of quality, design, technology and sustainability, it said.
Research into product lifecycles has revealed that the greatest impact on the environment occurs during the usage of the products. The company therefore offers economical, long-life products that will please and function in the long term.
Featuring the resource-efficient Grohe EcoJoy technology meets the requirements of national building energy efficiency labels.
Single-lever mixers equipped with EcoJoy guarantee a maximum flow rate of 5.8 litres per minute regardless of pressure fluctuations. Faucets for the kitchen sink are also available as EcoJoy variants.
For the bathroom, there are showers with integrated saving technology and models equipped with an ‘EcoButton’, which gives users fingertip control of their water consumption.
Thermostats also feature this button, which reduces the flow rate by up to 50 per cent. Flushing systems for the toilet are available with a start/stop button or with a two-volume flush, which allows the user to choose the amount of water they want to use.
Touch-free or self-closing faucets are especially recommendable for public and commercial restrooms.
Another product is ‘Grohe Blue’, a kitchen system which delivers chilled and filtered still, medium or sparkling water direct from the tap.
Grohe has also reduced the packaging volume of its products by about 50 per cent, needing fewer pallets to be transported by truck, reducing carbon emissions, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
More Miscellaneous Stories
- Latest kitchen technology at Sharjah event
- Number of HNWIs in Africa to double by 2023
- World boxing legend to visit Bahrain
- UAE road accidents decline by 23.5pc
- Top businesswomen in Bahrain honoured
- Death penalty sought for Bahrain terrorists
- Girl, 9, dies after fall from 8th floor in Abu Dhabi
- Lebanese café brand opens Dubai outlet
- Bahrain poultry firm told to step up safety
- Customer dies in Bahrain cafe brawl
- Bahraini boys hurt while planting bombs
- Philips, Ericsson launch LED street lighting
- DuBiotech to set up first Halal safety lab
- Jotun to supply coatings for Makkah Station
- Raytheon wins $655m Kuwait Patriot deal
- Alwaleed Foundation lights up 3 Saudi villages
- Poultry farms strike may trigger shortages in Bahrain
- Oman seals Victoria food security pact
- Saudi woman, 80, donates $133m to charity
- New Saudi clamp on energy drinks
- Outrage follows Bahrain killer bomb
- Improvised explosive device used in Bahrain attack
- 3 policemen killed in Bahrain blast
- Dammam-Al Ahsa train service starts
- Egypt wheat supplies enough to last until June
- Expat killed at Saudi workers' holding facility
- 80 global speakers for Doha summit on family
- Restaurant runs up $47,555 phone bill in 4 days
- NZ minister to visit Gulf states
- Public-private tie-ups ‘vital for agri growth’