This firm has been recognized by Capterra, one of the leading trade publications for the construction and engineering industry, for best practices in the field of sustainable construction.
I had no idea they had such a high profile. It’s a nice gesture for an engineering firm, and one that will make their practice more transparent and sustainable in the process. We are so grateful to have them on our team.
What’s more, our company has been recognized for their best practices in sustainability. We certainly hope to be as competitive in the sustainability field as we are in our other areas of expertise.
As you might guess, the technology group at firan uses a variety of sustainable practices. The technology group uses a variety of sustainable practices including: Rainwater harvesting, biogas, solar power, and bio-roofs.
The technology group at firan uses Rainwater harvesting to save water for their facility. In order to do this, they have a large cistern, and they use it to store rainwater for when the rain water goes bad. This process saves up to 10 million gallons of water per year. It also helps to reduce their energy consumption by 1/3 of what it would have been otherwise. By saving water they can reduce the amount of water they use to produce their machines.
Rainwater harvesting is a growing industry in the United States. In the past it was done by farmers, but it has become more efficient and more widespread with the use of large water tanks.
I have a few videos I’ve made on this. The most obvious of them is the one I did with the company on their website. These guys are actually in the business of harvesting rainwater in the US.
The company is named firan and they are based in the city of Hualien, Taiwan. The video I posted was one of the first I’ve done of them. I’ve always wanted to do one of those videos with them, I think they deserve it.
Ive also posted some videos called rainwater harvest videos on this channel as well.
Their website is pretty cool and they have some cool videos on their site as well. You can check them out at firan.org.