Emirates Steel’s Headquarter Receives LEED Platinum Rating

  • Friday, June 18, 2021
  • Source:ferro-alloys.com

  • Keywords:Platinum,steel,energy consumption
[Fellow]UAE based leading integrated steel maker Emirates Steel’s headquarter

[Ferro-Alloys.com]UAE based leading integrated steel maker Emirates Steel’s headquarter and warehouse in Musaffah Industrial Area in Abu Dhabi in UAE has received the Platinum Rating for green buildings from Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, LEED v4, awarded by the US Green Building Council, achieving 80 and 82 points respectively.

This is a new global recognition of Emirates Steel’s success in implementing the highest international standards in green buildings. Emirates Steel CEO Engineer Saeed Ghumran Al Remeithi said “Emirates Steel is committed to the highest standards of sustainability and efficiency in all projects and initiatives. Receiving the Platinum Rating for green buildings from LEED highlights our sustainability efforts and leadership. This helped us rationalise our energy consumption, improve buildings’ indoor environment quality, enhance its thermal insulation, find new sustainable solutions for waste management, and other LEED requirements. This helps us maximise our contribution in reducing emissions, promoting sustainability and protecting our environment.”

In October 2020, Emirates Steel became the first steel manufacturer in the region and one of the first 50 companies in the world to be verified for LEED documentation for its products. Its high-quality steel products comply with international and local Green Building rating systems, such as LEED and Abu Dhabi ESTIDAMA programme.
As a member of the worldsteel Climate Action Programme, Emirates Steel is also a recipient of its Certificate of Recognition for its participation in the CO2 Emissions Data Collection Programme in partnership with Al Reyadah carbon capture, utilisation and storage facility. 
source:SteelGuru Business News
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