According to the solar power generation technology and the energy concept of using groundwater, Omega factory opens the door to the future and makes great contributions to protect the earth.
Omega modern chemical plant adheres to the principle of maximum efficiency, highlights the brand in many aspects, and is committed to the goal of sustainable development. According to the concept of indoor climate and energy, the factory almost completed the self powered mode. The roof of the factory building is equipped with more than 100 photovoltaic solar panels, which brings free and sufficient power to the factory, and all the excess heat will be recycled.
561 photovoltaic solar panels on the roof generate sufficient and free clean energy.
The inductive control lighting and sun blinds outside each window of the factory make full use of natural light, while the radiant panel cleverly uses underground water energy. Omega's latest plant is designed by Shigeru Ban, a well-known Japanese architect, following his well-known philosophy of sustainable architectural design. The factory uses recyclable building materials, such as paperboard and Swiss spruce board. The commonly used wood can reduce pollution and can be regenerated quickly. The total amount of wood used is only equivalent to the 2.6 hours growth of trees in Switzerland.
The air processor also uses energy-saving fans to reduce power consumption.
Omega's action in protecting the environment depends not only on the completion of energy-saving factories, but also on the planting of 200 additional trees around the factories to help offset carbon emissions. As a well-known professional watch making brand in Switzerland, Omega is proud of its huge investment in renewable natural energy, which fully shows that there is no need to sacrifice the earth's resources to create high-end products.