SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

In all our business processes, we show a quality-focused, systematic and disciplined approach, and create opportunities for improvement by constantly reviewing the system.


The experience of the National Green Building Councils around the world has specified that one of the most effective ways to make green buildings widespread is to give these buildings a “green label”. Like “eco label” which is considered in foods and products we buy, giving label to these buildings is also important to make them widespread. With these labels, a building is registered in terms of green principles with a number of standards. These standards are considered as a guide for architects and engineers who want to design a green building. They also provide a valid label to the companies which want to release their social responsibilities to the public.

Going towards green building should also be considered as a social responsibility project for companies. Considering that buildings and settlements are responsible for 40% of the CO2 emission, which is the main greenhouse gas causing global warming, engineers, city planners, and most importantly the state authorities who set the regulations, have major responsibility.

The environmental impact of buildings and settlements is not limited to the CO2 gas they release. Also, they are responsible for 12% of water use, 65% of waste and 71% of electricity consumption. This means that there is also a great potential to reduce the environmental impact of buildings and settlements. A study carried out in the United States shows that the green and eco-friendly buildings can reduce the energy consumption by 24-50%, CO2 emission by 33-39%, water consumption by 40%, wastes by 70%.

It is significant for our future to construct eco-friendly buildings which are designed with social and environmental responsibility concept, suitable for climate and conditions of the region, and which consume as much as needed, go towards renewable energy sources, encourage participation using natural and non-waste materials.

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