More constructions care for the environment ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

More constructions care for the environment ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

Construction Industry is actively working
to eradicate
pollution and lower emission levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the
atmosphere, according to the most current figures from the World Bank, encouraging them to develop this sector by reducing consumption and applying measures
to preserve the environment.

More constructions care for the environment ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

towards environmental care

architects and builders increasingly develop their projects for new buildings in a sustainable manner
taking into account the negative impact
and employing measures to reduce
pollution in the environment today. The figure reported by the World Bank on
pollution includes:

The fuel Burning industry

for natural resources

by the selection of materials

Venezuela, construction experts under the direction of Armando Iachini, Yamaro Constructions implements advances every day in protocols to the correct
and efficient use of electricity.

this it is essential to know the daily
consumption and how to reduce
it without affecting your lifestyle. I.e. be
attentive and give good use to:

  • Heating
  • Air
  • Refrigeration
  • Building
More constructions care for the environment ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini


current trend is oriented to use insulation
materials that eventually will reduce costs to consumers
, used efficiently
they can make a huge difference at the end, users can save up to 50% of
electricity consumption this way, eventually ten users would consume the
equivalent of five and if we go grand one hundred users would consume the
equivalent of fifty, the saving of 50% of electricity is no joke, especially if
big number of people is involved in the project.

thermal insulation is designed to be used throughout a full life
and it is as solid as brick, in an affordable
price that is attractive to pay. Currently the development of these materials
has become increasingly efficient, achieving an insulation capacity of up to
700% compared to the brick and up to 50% compared to materials such as glass
wool and expanded polystyrene. It’s safe to say that eventually many structures
in the future will use this material way more than today’s. If we’re talking
efficient, a cheaper material that is exponentially more insulating than a
brick and is capable of nearly everything a brick can and more, is sure to be
today’s foundation material for the future.


of the developments that we can enjoy already
today that eradicated pollution in its structure could be mentioned:

Park Tulum,
residential complex located in the rainforest of Tulum, Quintana Roo, seeks to
reach the outstanding number of zero emissions and to achieve that it has
installed various intelligent systems to regulate energy consumption in the
residential units, this project costs a total of 25 million dollars. Also has
been installed:

plants wastewater.

station electric cars.

generating systems that generate energy through sunlight, solar panels arranged
in a flower pattern following the light throughout the day and maintaining a
beautiful scene for the resident’s pleasure.

, it
is a plant that turns waste into energy, it has open spaces for recreation
purposes, that way it carries an important task but doesn’t leave the space
unusable, on the contrary it brings yet more human use and therefore contribute
to the environment in more than a single way.

building in Chile is the first of its kind at a cost of 23 million dollars for
its construction it was built with very innovative materials known as Hydrotec, which is capable of removing
pollutants at a fairly efficient speed.

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