Coordinadora, a leading company in the transport of goods, packages and documents in Colombia, has opened a new hub in Cota, Cundinamarca.
Solar photovoltaics were installed on the hub to generate power for lighting and other electrical needs. Roof insulation, low-e coated glass windows and energy-saving lighting were also installed to reduce the building’s energy use. A rainwater harvesting system, dual-flush water closets and auto shut-off faucets were installed to contribute to the building’s water savings.
The new hub is aligned with Coordinadora’s commitment to the protection of the environment. Launched in 2005, its “Movimiento Azul” focuses on seven pillars, including the reduction of air pollution and water usage.
Hub Coordinadora has received an EDGE Advanced certificate from CAMACOL.