Grohe unveils key eco-friendly solutions
Beirut, April 6, 2011
Grohe AG, one of the leading premium brands of sanitary fittings, unveiled several novel solutions aimed at utility cost savings during the recent "Build It Green Lebanon” conference held in Beirut.
Sharing its commitment to the natural world, Grohe said the company was dedicated to using its advanced technological resources, first class materials and design innovation to ensure water efficiency.
The German-based sanitary giant was taking part in the "Build It Green Lebanon” sustainability solutions conference for the second consecutive year.
Antoine Khalife, regional sales manager - project channel of Grohe East Mediterranean, Middle East & Africa, highlighted the company’s commitment to the ecological and economical use of natural resources and the protection of the environment.
“At Grohe, everything revolves around one element – water – and how to make the best use of this resource. In a world where water resources are under increasing pressure, we work every day to provide solutions to this serious challenge."
"Our commitment to the environment drives the engineering of our products and technologies to ensure economical use of water,” he added.
"A lot of utility cost savings can be generated through installation of the right water saving fittings. True sustainable building should produce long-term positive economic impact, use sustainable environmental practices, and be socially responsible by improving the lives with whom the building interacts," Khalife explained.
According to him, Grohe provides people with products and solutions to meet their desire for sustainability in conjunction with quality and design.
“In public buildings water often runs when it’s not needed – yet it only takes a few simple steps, such as replacing regular faucets with self-closing to dramatically reduce unnecessary wastage,” Khalife added.-TradeArabia News Service
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