Tatmetal Awarded for its Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Efforts
Tatmetal is awarded in the Assessment of Metal Manufacturing and Processing Facilities Project organized jointly by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization and Karabük University, within the scope of clean and sustainable production, integrated pollution prevention, and control efforts (IPPC-Metal).
November 1 - Tatmetal practices were awarded within the scope of the project, which recognizes companies that reduce their emissions by controlling air, water and soil pollution and waste management by employing the best techniques at industrial facilities that have a high environmental impact.
Organized within the scope of the Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC) Regulation, and carried out jointly by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization and Karabük University, the project investigates compliance with the IPPC regulation and IPPC certification system requirements for the facilities of companies operating in iron and other metal industries.
Tatmetal ranked among 10 facilities that are best prepared to meet the requirements given in the project draft in research that included approximately 4,000 companies. Tatmetal representatives received the award after their presentation on the best practices of the organization at the closing meeting of the IPPC-Metal project held in Ankara.