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Environmental Project, reaching up to millions of students for 12 years, continues with the support made by Tamek
The project "Little Things Renovate the Nature", reaching up to 12 years million of students for 12 years and realized with the cooperation of Tetra Pak and the University of Istanbul, continues with the support made by Tamek.
Tamek raised environmental awareness of 6 thousand students during education period of 2016-2017 and informed them about separate accumulation and recycling.
From the most important topics of today and our future, the "environment" becomes the agenda of the primary school students with the project "Little Things Renovate the Nature" realized with the cooperation of Tetra Pak and the University of Istanbul and supported by Tamek, as well. Within the scope of the project, the primary school students are given waste management and recycling awareness based on the fact that unconscious behaviours and consumption habits constitute a risk for our world day by day. Tamek supports the education of thousands of students with the project "Little Things Renovate the Nature" underlined by Tamek that there are "little things" that everyone can do for a liveable world.
Education For 6 Thousand of Students
In order to raise environmental awareness in Turkey and contribute to the development of more conscious generations on separate accumulation and recycling, a total of 6 thousand students are given trainings under the support of Tamek in 21 state schools. Under the project, a "recycling set" is used, specially designed to embody recycling in the eyes of children, explaining that packaging wastes are of economic value and should be collected separately. With the help of this set, children are transforming cardboard packaging into paper and carrying out recycling practically.
Students Are Making Their Own Papers
In order to convey environmental and recycling messages to children in the most effective and fun way, the trainings accompanied by animated characters and 3D animated films are given in an interactive flow by trainers with pedagogical formation. In the second part of the training, every student participates in recycling set application and produces his own papers from Tamek cardboard boxes.
Tamek, which has been bringing its consumers together with high-quality and delicious products since 1955 is presenting its entire product line on May 8-10, at Food West Africa in Nigeria. In Africa, Tamek already exports its products to North Africa (mainly to Libya) and to Guinea, Djibouti, Ghana, Sierra Leone and Gabon.
Tamek, which has been bringing its consumers together with high-quality and delicious products since 1955 is also in the Middle East among the popular brands. Actively exporting its products to 11 countries in the regon including Iraq, Qatar and Libya, Tamek has increased its exports to the Middle East by 30 percent in 2017 compared to the previous year. The expected export growth for 2018 is above 20 percent.