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Sekisui Chemical Exhibits at GREEN BUILDING CONGRESS 2010
Oct 13, 2010
SEKISUI CHEMICAL CO., LTD
SEKISUI CHEMICAL INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED, with the cooperation of the local sales agent, Ecosys Building, exhibited the Rainstation System "Cross Wave" manufactured by SEKISUI TECHNO MOLDING CO., LTD., and the "Eslon Rain Gutters" manufactured by the Building Materials Division of the Urban Infrastructure & Environmental Products Company at GREEN BUILDING CONGRESS 2010, an environmental exhibition held in Chennai in southern India.

In line with the concept of environmental preservation, the term "green building" refers to buildings that take advantage of the latest eco-technologies including recycled and natural materials, solar cells and the effective use of insulation materials, as well as the techniques for re-use of rainwater and use of natural light. This is a building project based on a certification system promoted by the Indian government.

In India too, people's awareness of environmental consciousness is increasing along with the economic development, and the above two products attracted much attention at the exhibit in terms of the reuse of rainwater.

We would like to take this opportunity to extend our thanks to all concerned for their support and cooperation during the exhibition.

<<Overview of Exhibition>>
Dates: October 7 - 9, 2010
Venue: Chennai Trade Center, India
Number of Exhibitors: Approx. 170 including major overseas companies
Number of Visitors: Approx. 7,000

Entrance to the Exhibition Center Exhibition Booth
Entrance to the Exhibition Center Exhibition Booth


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