The volatile organic compounds (VOCs) derived from the organic solvents used in the manufacturing process may cause considerable environmental damage if they enter the atmosphere through fugitive emissions or pipes without treatment. In response, GFUN established a RTO system to treat VOCs. The exhaust is separated based on its concentration and directed to different treatment modules. High-concentration waste gas is directed to the RTO for incineration, while low-concentration waste gas is treated with activated carbon to neutralize the VOCs and the odor.
Solar energy is one of the cleanest and inexhaustible sources of energy. Using solar energy and integrating it flexibly creates a synergistic effect. The solar panels have long life spans and also provide shading and insulation, contributing to reduced indoor temperature. The panels comply with electromagnetic safety regulations and won't cause any harm to the human body.
Since manufacturers use large amounts of power, the choice of energy sources and their environmental impact have become one of the major concerns of international brands. Compared with coal and oil, natural gas is considered a clean energy because it has a higher combustion efficiency, a higher energy store, and produces only around 65% of the carbon dioxide emissions of petrol or half of that of coal, without creating sulfur oxides or particulate matter. These make it an important energy source for mitigating greenhouse gas emissions and curbing climate change.