TUSAŞ's Waste Management Project Gold Award Kazanoutside

Tusasin waste management project gold award kazandi
Tusasin waste management project gold award kazandi

Turkish Aerospace Industries (TUSAŞ) was deemed worthy of an award at the Green World Awards, one of the world's most prestigious awards for waste management. Continuing to develop projects to raise awareness about the recycling of waste, TAI received the Gold Award in the Waste Management category at the Green World Awards, where 500 projects competed with its “Waste Management and Green Flag League” project. kazanwas.

In order to increase environmental awareness and support the zero waste project, the "Green Flag League" competition project, which started on June 5, World Environment Day, determines the most successful departments that achieve the environmental goals, and after the scoring made in each quarter of the year, TUSAŞ was awarded the green flag. kazanmoment unit will be detected. The green flag, which will be carried by the winner of each quarter within the scope of the league where there will be a fierce struggle for a year, will continue to change hands according to the announced score and will be handed over to the champion of the year at the end of the year. In the organization where projects from many countries around the world compete every year, the best environmental practices evaluated by the jury and the best environmental practices deserve the award. kazanThis year's awards of the competition, in which TUSAŞ took part, were announced on November 23, 2020, and TAI was deemed worthy of the gold award in the Waste Management category. Recycle and recycle 99 percent of their waste kazanEvaluating with the IM method, TAI kazanAt the same time, he became the owner of the title of "Green World Ambassador" in the international arena with the award he received.

TUSAŞ, which carries out exemplary studies in environmental waste management in many stages from waste separation to elimination at its facilities in Ankara, has been entitled to receive a "Zero Waste Certificate" by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization for the first time among defense industry companies in recent months. kazanhad been.

 

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