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Environment Policy

çevre prensiplerimizEnvironment Policy
"KIRANKAYA" Kirankaya community has agreed on the innovative renewable enery approach on it's missions.
The agreed concept renewable enrgy is one of our concerns regarded on our trustable research and development phases that we aim to cooperate with environment.
Our main concern in the fields of our activities is that product quality and life cycle should be taken into account as a whole so that none of our products are claimed to be qualified unless it satisfies the green policy.

Green Policy
  • We place high value on green policy in a way that we are further away from the governmental requirements.
  • Our company agreed upon the environmental damage avoidance policy to enable optimizating products according to our green policy.
  • We determine risk factors and manage accordingly
  • We try to implement best manufacturing techniques that are convenient to the environment.
  • We support knowledge sharing and information retrieval to improve awareness.

Kirankaya Community Environmental Requirements

We place high value on environmental policies stated on laws of developed countries.
Desingn our applications beyond the specified laws.
State environmental concerns within the manufacturing process optimize the process according to environmental effects and learn newer technologies that allow more environment friendly manifactoring.
Managa resource allocation within the community, optimize the waste thoroughly.
Encourage employees learn new environment friendly technologies
Keep track of the environment friendly policies applied by business partners and subcontractors that we work with.
Work with the companies that have systematic approach and that consider environment in their approaches.
Analyze and trace feedback about the affect we made in environment and reconsider our energy policy.

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