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Delta unveils green factory in Rudrapur

Posted: 01 Sep 2008     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:green factory  environmental conservation  energy saving practices  waste management system 

Delta Electronics Inc. launched its first green factory at Rudrapur, Uttarakhand. As part of Delta's expansion plans in India, the eco-friendly factory reinforces its mission: "to provide innovative, clean and efficient energy solutions for a better tomorrow." The grand opening ceremony featured speeches by honoured guests, including Dr. BS Bisht, Vice Chancellor of Pant Nagar University, Mr. Poldej Worachat, General Minister Thailand, Mr. Puo-Suz Shih, Acting Representative, Taipei Economic and Cultural Center, and Yancey Hai, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Delta.

Delta's Rudrapur factory spans 16,657.48 sq. m manufacturing space of products for power management, display solutions, components, industrial automation, automotive electronics and networking solutions. The factory has been designed and built using environmental conservation measures. Delta believes that it will provide a healthy and safe workplace for employees.

The state-of-the-art Rudrapur green factory is Delta's first factory in India that incorporates eco-friendly energy saving practices and waste management system. It is registered with the Indian Green Building Council and is aiming for the highest green building accreditation. Delta India has made use of various energy efficient technologies. Natural light harvesting saves electricity and reduces carbon emission by 36,800lb. every year. Turbo ventilation saves electricity and saves 55,200lb. of carbon emission every year. The solar panels installed in the plant would reduce green house gas emission by 5mn lb. The power factor controller saves 12-15 per cent electric energy by maintaining the power factor at 0.99 instead of 0.85. The linear panel polynum insulation saves electric energy due to minimum requirement of forced cooling. The 37016.6-square-metre factory will provide an ecologically sensitive, energy-saving, waste reducing and healthy environment for the local population.

The Sewage Treatment Plant has been put up to recycle and reuse water. It functions on anaerobic bacterial action and the water is used for non-contact applications. Storm water harvesting is also carried out to conserve water.

Featured green facts include:

- Approximately 60% of the total area of the factory is open and green to benefit the lifestyle and health of employees

- Low volatile organic compound paints reduce toxic emission to a considerable extent

- Green materials such as brick cova, fly ash, gypsum are maximised in construction

- R 407-an environmentally-friendly gas is used for air conditioning





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