Industrial hub in Jordan to go green

Energy Management Services (EMS), proposes to transform an industrial hub in Jordan, to a new environmental friendly 'Green Industrial City'.

Energy Management Services (EMS), proposes to transform an industrial hub in Jordan, to a new environmental friendly 'Green Industrial City'.

"The green concept focuses on three major aspects, energy efficiency, water efficiency, waste and environmental efficiency.

"All of these aspects amount to a huge economic benefit," said Omar Al Shobaki, marketing manager, EMS, Jordon.

Phase one of the city, approximately 1.3 million m², is complete and includes the main management and service buildings.

EMS will bring cost-saving and comprehensive energy-saving solutions to the industrial city.

"The infrastructure is complete with water wells, power transformer, road network accessibility, advanced telecom utilities to accommodate for networks and digital solutions, voice services and ISDN connections, fire fighting connection and sewage and water treatment plants," added Shobaki.

The company will have a contractual agreement with the city and it will take a minimum of three to four years to complete.

Technology will help monitor the site.

The implementation of the Al Mushatta project began in 2004 and development started March 2005. The city is located in Jordanian capital city of Amman.

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