Dubai, UAE -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/19/2012 -- Corodex Electromechanic Co. LLC and Roediger Vacuum GmbH are geared up to introduce their award-winning and environmentally friendly Vacuum Sanitation Systems to Qatar this week. The system aims to decrease the dependence on water by using air.
Christian Ruester, director, Vacuum Sanitation Systems, Roediger Vacuum, and Mohanned Awad, director, Concorde – Corodex Group will deliver their presentation on the benefits of the system at MEED - Qatar Stadium Build Conference from April 16th to the 17th. They will discuss indoor vacuum sewer systems and its ability to save water over conventional systems.
Hoping to break into the Qatar market, Ruester and Awad will inform delegates that the innovative system uses air as a medium instead of water, and as such, requires only one litre of water per flush. Other advantages include an easy installation process. Several stadiums worldwide have already adopted this technology.
The system has been such a success that it won the coveted, “Water Reuse Project of the Year” in United Arab Emirates at the MEED Quality Awards for Projects 2012, the only awards programme in the GCC to recognise completed quality projects.
Corodex and their partner Roediger Vacuum GmbH supplied the Indoor Vacuum Sewage Collection System to Al Ain Wildlife Park and Resort.
“We are proud on being recognised as the national winners in our category (Water Reuse) along with our partners Roediger Vacuum, however we are even more proud that the UAE and our client is willing to invest in such technology to address the water scarcity issues that exist in the region”, said Awad of Concorde-Corodex Group.
”The technology that was installed will provide the end user with water savings and a light carbon foot print during the operational lifetime of the equipment, while the contractor and architect have already enjoyed the advantages of the flexible arrangement for the piping network unlike the conventional technology,” said Marc Lyachenko, Regional Manager of Roediger Vacuum GmbH.
”Our partnership in the Middle East with Corodex has provided our common client base a trusted supplier for all the Vacuum Sewer and Sanitation Solutions,” he added.
Judged by an independent panel consisting of representatives from each GCC country and experts in the projects industry, the winners were selected on the basis of their economic, social and environment impact, as well as innovations and achievements in design, engineering and construction.
Edmund O’Sullivan, Chairman of The MEED Quality Awards for Projects said, “The Awards’ ultimate purpose is to support and salute the architects, engineers, builders, financiers and clients through a comprehensive awards programme which provides a platform to recognise best practise in projects throughout the region.”
The GCC winners will be announced at the annual MEED Quality Awards for Projects on May 21, 2012 at The Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa, UAE.
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The Concorde- Corodex Group, a part of M.H Al Mana Group of Companies, has served the Middle East region and its economy for over 35 years.
The group was one of the first companies in the region to offer Fire Protection, Water & Waste Treatment and Environmental Services. The Group, since its inception, has never looked back and has today achieved the milestone of being the largest Group offering a wide range of services which include a complete kit of water treatment services, fire fighting equipment & marine and industrial chemical cleaning to name a few. Among the reputed client list of the group include names like Dubai Electricicty and Authority, Abu Dhabi Electricity and Authority, Abu Dhabi Sewerage Services Company, Haya Water(Oman), Asghal, Qatalum, Qatari Diar, Nakheel, Aldar, Emaar and other elite commercial ventures in the related industry. In order to specialize and meet the rising customer demand the Group diversified itself into 17 individual companies, each excelling in their respective field of expertise and operating as an independent entity. These business units collectively comprise the strength of the group and enjoy an asset worth of USD 90M.