Al-Jazeera Paints stresses on importance of consumers safety and environmental protection in Dubai and Al Damam conferences
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, March 16 - 2013 at 12:50
- PRESS RELEASE
Al-Jazeera Paints, the high quality paint industry giant in the Middle East and surrounding regions stressed on the importance of consumers' safety and environmental protection. This came during Al-Jazeera recent participation in the 4th Dubai's annual conference for the Sustainable Building Materials and Technologies and Al Damam Security and Safety conference and exhibition 2013.
Al-Jazeera also showcased its microbe resistant paints and its impact on mitigating harm inside hospitals delivery rooms, laboratories and food manufacturing and packing plants.
The company introduced its anti graffiti products helping combating this uncivilized phenomenon yet keeping the streets of cities and villages clean while allowing for the ability to remove paints and writings with ease if and when used literally, similar to the usage of blackboard for teaching or drawing by skilled painters which eventually return back to its original stage after wipe outs.
Amongst the company products showcased were its low odor paints, easy to clean and wipe paints which keep houses clean from children's games and public places as a result of traffic, its decorative paints which bestow a hue of beauty and glamour on the interiors of buildings. These products enrich society's wellbeing and answers its needs and aspirations to excel and develop in all aspects of life and more so in constructions.
Al-Jazeera Paints stressed on its keenness to introduce its environmentally responsible, fire resistant and safe paints, striving to contribute to raise awareness of such kind of paints to be used in all different projects in and out of the Kingdom, deeming this as part of its corporate social responsibilities as a national paints company.
The company pointed out that holding such conferences and exhibitions play a positive role in embodying its aspirations in preserving the environment and consumers. It explained that the company provided many of its high quality products to a number of high profile projects throughout the Kingdom, such as; King Abdullah for Science and Technology University, King Abdullah Financial Center, Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University, King Abdullah Petroleum R & D Center, which is part of ARAMCO in addition to King Abdul Aziz International Airport in Jeddah.
Al-Jazeera Novel, the fine quality and easy to clean and wipe product used as a final coating was also under the spot lights. This product has many fine characteristics such as; its low odor, glamorous look in addition to creating spaciousness to areas wherever its applied. It also provides a healthy environment for inhabitants of the buildings where it gets coated as it is a Green Seal certified product. These qualities are unique and have much positive impacts on people's lives whether at home, heavily populated complexes, commercial projects, hotels, hospitals, universities, schools and airports.
Al-Jazeera Business Development Engineer, Abdulla Mughrabi showcased the company's efforts and its keenness to embody its outlook in real life. He noted that Al-Jazeera is the first national Saudi paint company to invest in preserving the environment and human beings through the adoption of international environmental specifications and standards in the paint industry. In so doing, the company provides healthy living places and encourages productivity in workplaces. He further stressed that the company deploys environmentally responsible paints that conform to Green Seal specifications and standards for the environment according to high performance requirements which minimize the use of dangerous and volatile organic compounds.
Mr. Maghrabi also pointed out that Al-Jazeera was the first company outside of USA to be crowned with the International Green Seal Certificate (LEED) for sustainable green buildings, noting that it is the first Saudi company that strives to protect lives and properties by adopting international standards and specifications that regulate fire resistant paints seeking to provide a safer and more secure life for people.
It is worth mentioning that Al-Jazeera Paints is a pioneer among paint companies in Asia and Africa as it obtained the (UL) certificate for its fire resistant products using (Intumescent) technology in addition to obtaining a certificate from )Exova Warrington fire) labs for the same qualities. The company is equipped with the best testing and experimental appliances the industry has to offer yet performing a pivotal role in providing practical solutions for environmental concerns and in answering the needs and wants of consumers and clients. Al-Jazeera entrusts a specialized international laboratories, as a third party, to test its products and to determine if and how much it is in line with international standards and requirements.
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