on eligible orders over AED 300
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Green Building is the practice of constructing an environment that is resource efficient in terms of energy, water, and materials. Green building also lowers the building's impact on human health and the environment. During the last decade, sustainability has acquired significant traction in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. As a result, people are becoming more conscious of the need for ecologically friendly enterprises.
The Abu Dhabi Pearl Rating System (PRS), an internationally recognized Green Building Rating System, is used by many cities worldwide. It has significantly impacted the construction and building sectors in the United Arab Emirates. The influence has also helped Qatar's Global Sustainability Assessment System, a worldwide green idea of sustainable living (GSAS).
Large amounts of water and energy are consumed, producing hazardous gas emissions. In addition, nonrenewable waste is generated during construction, refurbishment, and destruction. Therefore, a continuing process to monitor and enforce competent management is required to establish a sustainable future in current affairs.
"Green Building," on the other hand, is the practice of designing and building structures while also employing strategies that maximize resource efficiency while minimizing the impact of those resources on human health and the environment throughout a building's whole lifecycle. The Department of Environment and Water Affairs has issued "Green Building Specifications."
His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai, pushes for the Formation of a healthy and sustainable environmental development that strikes the proper balance between economic expansion and preservation. The Dubai Green Buildings Regulations and Specification project, according to Circular No. (198) (available only in Arabic) is one of the most significant legislation the government has adopted to protect the environment and its natural resources and ensure citizens' welfare. Only green building grading systems most suited to the UAE's environment, economy, and culture are selected for implementation. To put the notion into reality, Dubai's municipal government declared in January 2011 that green building standards and specifications would be mandatory only for public buildings and optional for private ones. After completing 44 green government buildings in March 2014, Dubai made the criteria for all new development mandatory.
Pillars of Green Building
By 2020, Dubai's Al Sa'fat - Dubai Green Building System will have supplanted the present Dubai Green Building Regulations and Specifications.
According to the International Energy Agency, buildings account for more than 40% of worldwide energy use and CO2 emissions (IEA). One of the project's key targets was to cut power use by 20%, water consumption by 15%, CO2 emissions by 20%, and waste by up to 50%. (www.dewa.gov.ae) The Al Safat grading system boosted the use of renewable energy and environmentally friendly products.
The Al Safat system, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions, can increase building security and technological integration. Moreover, by encouraging architects and developers to build as many structures as possible, implementing this approach will promote a greener economy.
Environmentally friendly or sustainable buildings consume less energy, release fewer greenhouse gasses, and have lower running expenses from when they are built until they are demolished. We at Bulls Hardware have devised the most effective method for obtaining Al Saf'at's approval to construct an ecologically friendly construction.