23-12-2017

Egedeniz Textile – DHL GoGreen Solutions

Stopping pollution is important for the survival of our planet, and even more importantly, the health and well-being of the people who depend on it and as much as we know the necessity to breath cleaner and healthier together with protecting the other livings, we always try to reduce, reuse and recycle.

But the vehicles and other mobile machinery used for transport (over land, sea, air, rail) and for other uses (agricultural, mobile power generation, etc.) contribute heavily to climate change and pollution, there are many ways to reduce climate-damaging CO2 emissions and other environmental impacts in the transportation and storage of goods ,  so zero emission engines are an area of active research.

We are working with DHL as a courier company for many years.

We as Egedeniz Textile , joined their environmental protection program Go Green ( Climate Neutral services that they offer for their customer ) which has set ambitious environmental targets.

Given that they want to reduce their logistics-related greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions to zero by the year 2050, and achieve several ambitious interim goals by 2025, the program focuses first and foremost on emissions reduction measures. Their approach here is guided by two core principles: first, Burn Less, which is about reducing energy consumption, and second Burn Clean, which involves the use of alternative energy sources and fuels.

Maybe, it is not possible to stop pollution completely, but it is possible to make ( M ) a ( A )  difference ( D ).

 

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