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ATC Group launches energy-saving product

The ATC Group, engaged in a range of activities in Sri Lanka, recently launched a new power-saving product, produced by Power Knot LLC, USA called “Synthetic Refrigerant Additive – SRA” at an event in Colombo.

Officials said this product addresses concerns of large scale users of electricity for air-conditioning by conserving energy and reducing consumption. “As we all know, saving and conserving energy is the main concern of everybody. The need for this is imperative in today’s context. We believe the new product – “SRA” introduced by us is the answer,” noted ATC Chairman/Managing Director Dr. A.M. Ismail.

ATC is involved in shipping & logistics, trading, IT, imports of provisions and spices among other trades.
Officials said the Power Knot has also introduced a Disposal Unit called Liquid Food Composter – LFC that disposes the waste food with minimum cost thus saving money spent on disposal of waste food. “This is an ideal response to the vexing problem of waste food in hotels and restaurants,” one official said.

ATC has already installed this product at the Dine More Restaurant at Rajagiriya, as a pilot project and found that the technology has proved successful.

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