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104. Percentage of low embodied energy materials Buffer spaces between the external environment andair-conditioned spaces to reduce sol air temperature and reducing conductivesolar gain. Deep gravel roofs in some locations that provide kineticinsulation. Significant proportion of projectile shading to external glassfacades. Balconies to the sloping elevations with overhangs to provide shading.Where shading is not provided to glazing, a high quality solar glass is usedwith low shading co-efficient to minimize solar gains.

Low leakage windows,Enhanced thermal insulation for opaque fabric elements. Dense concrete core andfloor slabs presented to the internal environment in a manner that will levelloads and reduce peak demand with associated reductions in air and chilledwater transport systems. Variable volume chilled water pumping that willoperate with significantly less pump power at part loads than conventionalconstant volume pumping.

Low-pressure and loss distribution for primary air andwater transport systems that reduces fan and pump power requirements. Totalheat energy recovery, heat wheels of fresh air intake and exhausts to recover”coolth” from the vitiated air and recover it to the fresh make up air. Energyefficient, high efficacy, high frequency and fluorescent lighting. Dualdrainage systems that segregate foul and wastewater and allow grey waterrecycling to be added at a later date.

Connection to the district coolingsystem that will allow an order of magnitude improvement on carbon emissionssince in Bahrain efficient water cooled chillier are not allowed due to watershortage, whereas the district cooling solution will involve sea water cooling/ heat rejection and much improved levels of energy conversion efficiency.Reflection pools at the building’s entrances to provide local evaporativecooling. Extensive landscaping to reduce site albedo, generation of C02 andprovision of shading to on grade car parks. Solar powered road and amenitylighting.

 The energy building is based on electricity supply and turbineenergy (conventional fuels), therefore the building contributes to thereduction of ozone-depleting chemicals for this sector. Also the materials andthe environmental design of the building help to reduce the energy needed forthe building’s needs as there are no big energy losses. Also, buildingmaintenance materials should be carefully selected since they also emitchemicals that have an impact on the environment.   105. Quantities of dangerous goods imported Bahrain,a nation comprising more than 30 islands in the Arabian Gulf, has been at thecentre of major trade routes since antiquity imports all the goods it needsfrom through its official Ports and airports. The quantities of dangerous goodsthat can be imported are if not zero, because some of the goods imported comefrom the legal ports and airports.

The products that will be used in the buildingbefore and during operation will be the most environmentally friendly and withthe lowest energy consumption, with materials incorporating low energy and withminimum maintenance costs. Underthe current regulations in the Kingdom of Bahrain, licenses procedures formaterials and gases identified with cooling and aerating that Deplete the OzoneLayer and their options.Presentingthe application shape acquired to the Commercial Registration to the LicensingDepartment at the Supreme Council for the Environment.

Thenatural reviewer influences a preparatory examination to visit to theorganization’s site.-       ([email protected]),including the following:Filling in an application form to import chemicals and attachedthe relevant documents required.It is prohibited to import anychemical materials or products without taking the prior written license fromthe SCE’s Environmental Assessment and Control Department, and violators willbe held legally responsible.