Dubai Taxi inks MoU with Ozone International for Consultancy and Environmental Studies
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, September 10 - 2012 at 15:23
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The Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) has recently inked a five-year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ozone International Company for Consultancy and Environmental Studies in the context of joint cooperation made to enhance operations, and figure out environmental solutions as well as integrated consultancy services.
"Beside the experiments carried out by the DTC to prove the effectiveness of the Super Tech device, Ozone Company will be committed to pay an annual 5% from the profits realized from selling the device to scientific research entities throughout the 5-year period of this Memorandum. The two parties will also cooperate in bringing success to the European Program for the Reduction of Carbon Emissions, where the company, in coordination with a specialized third-party, will measure and verify the ability of the device in reducing carbon emissions in order to provide these measurements and evidences to the concerned bodies in the European program, before obtaining endorsements and internationally accredited certificates for the completed metrics, proving DTC's role in reducing emissions effectively," he stated.
"Pursuant to this MoU, it was also agreed to insert a posting in the website of the Ozone Company indicating DTC as a strategic partner, and sponsoring some DTC's activities throughout the duration of the MoU, in addition to conducting at least 3 annual educative awareness lectures about relevant environmental studies to DTC's staff, and coordinating the dispatch of a DTC representative to at least one radio / television program every year to showcase DTC's role in the environment protection," he added.
"The DTC will adhere to publicizing and distributing internal newsletters to update its staff on the joint ventures run between the parties as provided for in the MoU, provide the required coordination and support to the Company to bring success to the environmental awareness lectures delivered in a fine way," he continued.
"The joint efforts will continue side-by-side with the Ozone Company through the environmental protection project "Environment First," by inviting stakeholders to participate and discuss a number of topics & activities, and mull how to present the studies & conclusions to the bodies concerned with the environment," further added Al Ali.
For his part, Salem Al Shuhhi, Chairman of Ozone Company, said, "The MoU culminates a long-running collaboration with the DTC through installing the Super Tech device inside the fuel tank of a number of DTC's taxicabs. This innovated device will save fuel and reduce gases emitted from vehicle exhausts that pollute the environment. The device breaks up the fuel hydro carbonic components, configures it for the optimal combustion and slashes the gas emissions, which lengthens the engine's life span."
"The device has been tested all over the world, and the same results were concluded i.e. a clear reduction of carbon emissions by as much as 80%, and fuel saving by more than 12%. These tests have been implemented as per the international protocol No. 1321J, sag.org and those of the Automotive Engineers Society, along with several documented tests carried out by universities, government entities, independent laboratories and transportation companies, which gave the Super Tech a global reference all over the world.
"The DTC has tried the Super Tech Device, in cooperation with our company for almost a year, and applied this new technology with the aim of preserving environment, and cutting down carbon emissions; the main cause of global warming and environmental pollution impacting the whole world and prompting a collective global effort to combat it, knowing that each car emits 32 tons of carbon annually. The device will also save fuel and increase income by reducing expenses," he continued.
The signing of the MoU was attended by Yousef Al Ali, CEO of DTC; Salem Al Shuhhi, Chairman of Ozone International Company; Ahmed Hamdi, Managing Director cum Expert in Engineering Environmental Sciences in Ozone Company; Mansour Al Falasi, Director of DTC Resource & Support; Ammar bin Tamim, Director of DTC Fleet Drivers Affairs; and Mohammed Yusuf, Director of DTC Fleet Operation & Processes.
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