One of the leading companies in the field of aviation and space in Turkey Turkish Aerospace Industries (TUSAŞ)among industrial companies operating throughout the country. "Zero Waste Certificate“The first company to receive reported that.
Ministry of Environment and Urbanization, the company Zero Waste Project He rewarded his efforts for on-site sorting and recycling of wastes.
The company, which recycles 99 percent of its waste, Kahramankazan It continues to implement many action plans in order to ensure the separation and recycling of wastes with the ecosystem it has created within the scope of zero waste activities, especially in its central campus.
TAI contributes to the Zero Waste Project by collecting waste water and drinking water treatment plants, industrial waste pre-treatment plant, and collecting hazardous and scrap wastes and sending them to licensed facilities.
The company, which provided nearly 7 hours of training to its employees last year, also raises its employees' awareness of environmental awareness and zero waste.
Thus, TAI, due to its exemplary studies on on-site sorting and recycling of wastes. Zero Waste Certificate It was the first industrial company to be awarded the title.
Cutting of Trees Prevented, Savings Made
In the statement, his evaluations on the subject were included. Temel Kotil, General Manager of TAIstated that they attach great importance to the recycling of waste.
In the fields in which they operate as a company,continuous improvementEmphasizing that they continue to reduce waste and prevent environmental pollution in accordance with the principle of ”, environmental impacts and legal processes as well as other social factors, Kotil noted the following regarding the environmental benefit report:
“In 2019 2 tons of metal, 800 tons of paper, 600 tons of plastic and 26 tons of glass waste by parsing it in place and sending it for transformation 10 thousand 200 trees were cut down and the emission of greenhouse gas equivalent to 373 thousand 461 kilograms of carbon dioxide was prevented. 4,6 million kilowatt-hours of energy savings provided."