Press Glass saved 750 tons of natural resources

Press Glass saved 750 tons of natural resources
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According to calculations made by Interseroh, which is an independent verifying unit, PRESS GLASS saved 562 tons of natural resources in all its plants in 2016.

This way the company also reduced emission of greenhouse gases by 103 tons. Recycling included plastics, steel, paper and wood.

For many years PRESS GLASS has been implementing activities towards protection of natural environment and natural resources.

“We know how important it is to implement activities towards environmental protection so we remember to save natural resources in our production. For over 10 years now our production has been complying with the global environmental protection system ISO 14001. The fact that we have also joined the resources SAVED programme intended to protect natural resources by recycling is testimony to our activities dedicated to environmental protection", says Anna Drabczyk, OHS, fire safety and environmental specialist, coordinator for environmental protection at PRESS GLASS.

The company has managed to save a total of 753 tons of natural resources and reduce emission of greenhouse gases by 139 tons within the programme so far.

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Press Glass saved 750 tons of natural resources

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Date: 22 November 2017

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