In all our production processes, we have adopted the responsible consumption approach, which stands as one of the basic principles of the concept of sustainability, and we adapt our activities according to this understanding. In particular, we develop proactive approaches and create optimum solutions in areas such as reducing emissions from production, energy efficiency and waste management. In accordance with our strategy plan, we aim to reduce our carbon emissions by 30% by the end of 2024. In this context, we attach great importance to renewable energy and other emission reduction activities. Carbon emission reduction remains as one of the key elements of our strategy as it has become one of the most important global megatrends all over the world, especially after the adoption of the Paris Global Climate Agreement.

As TKG, we set targets in full compliance with the requirements of the European Green Deal in order to significantly reduce our carbon emissions from production activities and take necessary actions such as the installation of solar energy, as well as other initiatives.

Environmentally Friendly Production, Waste Management and Circular Economy

We apply the approach that all of our wastes generated as a result of our production activities can be transformed into useful materials and we take the necessary actions by taking steps towards this. Our zero waste and ISO 14001-2015 certificates serve as the most important indicator of this.


In addition, as a company, we participate in the afforestation campaigns of ÇEVKO, Environmental Protection and Packaging Waste Recovery Foundation.


As a company, we are also extremely careful and responsible about water consumption. We prevent unnecessary water consumption by using water repeatedly through our closed cycle systems.

In addition to all these activities, we never neglect the realisation of awareness-raising and consciousness raising activities. We endeavour to raise awareness both for the protection of the environment and responsible consumption by organising activities such as a painting contest for our children on World Environment Day and a contest in which an object is formed by recycled wastes.

Sustainability in the Supply Chain

In the supply chain, which is one of the most important elements of our value chain, we carry out our practices in such a way to bring our sustainability understanding to the furthest point. In this context, we evaluate the environmental performance of all our suppliers. We also share the results of these evaluations with our suppliers and monitor their progress in areas open to improvement.

At the same time, we establish common platforms and constantly exchange ideas to establish collaborations in terms of sustainability through these platforms.

Our SQA team, which we have formed to carry out supplier activities, consists of our friends that have been selected from purchasing, quality and project departments.

Our team, which regularly organises supplier development activities for the following year at the end of each year, communicates our ‘‘Supplier Risk Analysis’’ question list, which includes questions related to sustainability, to all suppliers with whom we intend to work for the first time, and thus required audit activities are carried out.

The purpose of this audit is to determine the possible risks before starting to work with the supplier and to decide whether or not to work with the relevant supplier. We also apply this audit to our suppliers with whom we work in series production and whose performance we see risks.

We also have a Supplier Performance Evaluation system for our current suppliers and the outputs of this system are prioritised in determining the actions to be taken by our SQA team.