Spark is the first industrial city to win the sustainable gold...

The King Salman Energy City (SPARK) was awarded the first sustainable gold classification with distinction in Saudi Arabia in the category of communities – design phase, by the Sustainable Building Program of the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs and Housing, which is designed as a comprehensive sustainability assessment system.
It was announced that Spark had obtained a “sustainable” certificate during the inauguration ceremony of the “Etmam” program in Riyadh, in the presence of Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Minister of Energy, Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs and Housing, Majid bin Abdullah Al-Hogail, and Vice President for Project Management at Saudi , Abdul Karim Al-Ghamdi.
Al-Ghamdi said that the King Salman Energy City (SPARK), launched by Saudi Aramco, is distinguished from the industrial cities in the Kingdom by creating a sustainable ecosystem on a global level, adding that the achievement enhances Spark’s ability to support manufacturers and investors in their path towards obtaining obtain a “sustainable” certificate for their own facilities, as it works to establish a world-class city with industrial, commercial and residential assets that will enable the city’s community to work and live sustainably.
The sustainable building program aims to address long-term sustainability challenges, and helps cities and communities develop responsible plans to improve sustainability, environmentally friendly systems in energy, water, waste and transportation, and many other factors that contribute to quality of life and enhance the local economy, in line with the Kingdom’s ambitious vision. and achieve its desired goals.

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