The health, safety, environment, and defense management of the
National Petrochemical Company (NPC) announced that there is a need to create
green space in manufacturing and industrial companies at least 10% of the space
owned by each company.
However, the petrochemical industry has gone beyond this requirement
by creating about 55% green space, which is a valuable achievement.
This figure is 43% more than the expected requirements, and it
showcases the industry's commitment to environmental conservation.
The petrochemical industry is serious about its commitment to
preserving the environment, and it has continued to create green spaces in its
projects and complexes.
Last year, for instance, the industry initiated mangrove planting operations
in 500 hectares of land in Mahshahr region to protect the environment.
The HSE manager of the NPC, Davoud Emadi, recently emphasized the
industry's special attention to environmental preservation, describing it as
Emadi also highlighted the role of the industry in creating value added
and jobs in the country's economy.
The NPC is ready to cooperate with the Department of Environmental to
remove the current obstacles to achieving their environmental goals.
With these significant strides in preserving the environment, the
petrochemical industry is setting an example for other manufacturing and
industrial companies to follow.