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Iran Petchem Industry: 55% Green Space

Iran Petchem Industry: 55% Green Space
(Monday, April 24, 2023) 16:32

TEHRAN (NIPNA) -- The petrochemical industry in Iran has recently taken a remarkable step towards preserving the environment and expanding green spaces.

The National Petrochemical Company (NPC) has announced that the industry has created around 2,885 hectares of lush green space across the country.

This exceeds the existing requirement of creating green space of at least 10% of the space owned by each company, and is a true testament to the industry's dedication to environmental protection.

The NPC has taken significant measures in various parts of the country to expand green space, and to promote environmental conservation.

The industry has achieved an outstanding 55% of green space, which is 43% more than the expected requirement.

The process of creating green spaces in petrochemical projects and complexes is ongoing, with an emphasis on maintaining serious commitment to environmental protection.

The NPC has already commenced mangrove operations in 500 hectares of land in the Mahshahr region.

This project is intended to protect the environment and to continue expanding green space in the petrochemical industry across the country.

Davoud Emadi, the HSE Manager of NPC, has praised the industry's special attention to preserving the environment and referred to it as an environmentally friendly industry.

He has also highlighted the industry's essential role in creating added value and jobs for the country's economy.

Mr. Emadi announced that the NPC is ready to cooperate with the Environmental Protection Organization to remove any obstacles that may hinder the industry's efforts to protect the environment.

The petrochemical industry's exceptional achievement in expanding green spaces and preserving the environment is commendable.

It sets an example for other manufacturing and industrial companies to follow. The NPC's commitment to environmental protection and job creation is truly admirable, and they should be commended for their dedication to sustainability.

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