ENOC has launched the first environmental service station
The first eco-friendly service station in the Middle-east has been launched by the Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), a government-owned oil company in Dubai. The green service station has been opened in the Emirates Hills neighborhood in Dubai.
This service station has different and unique features in it and it has an aim to reduce the ecological footprint of the consumers. Half of the energy requirements of the station are generated by the renewable sources.
Moreover, advanced technological devices have been used in the station to check the smokes which were released at the pump. Fusions of other state-of-the-art systems, which included solar-powered lighting, a 'waterless' car-washing system and new dissipate disposal systems, were used in the station.
ENOC's chief executive officer, Saeed Abdullah Khoory has said that with the inauguration of the station they are planning to make a movement in the UAE and across the Middle East.
In addition to that, Dubai residents are encouraged to lessen their environmental footprints and this could be possible if they use the ecological services which are provided by them.
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