Karaman became the first among provinces 'Transforming it into Education' Turkcell continues to contribute to the quality education of children with its "Transform the income from the recycling of techno wastes into Education" project. Located next to a quarter of the scope of the project in Karaman in Turkey techno waste collection contest started at Turkcell stores 1,109 a month Contacts Sea (nine hundred thousand) was first with waste.
Continuing its efforts for a sustainable world without slowing down, Turkcell continues to touch the lives of hundreds of children through the "Convert to Education" project launched last year together with the Informatics Industry Association (TÜBİSAD). The project contributes to the education of children in need while protecting the environment and saving natural resources. Collecting 6.5 tons of electronics so far, Turkcell has been donating the revenue from the waste collected since September for the education of the children of healthcare professionals who lost their lives during the pandemic.
The competition started techno waste collection in stores all over Turkey, Turkcell scope of the project, the conversion of providing education to collect a maximum of 15 dealers in 15 techno waste to environmentally friendly electric scooter was a gift. Deniz İletişim, a dealer in Karaman, won the competition by collecting 1,109 (one thousand one hundred nine) waste.
Murat Erkan: Sustainability is always in our focus
Reminding that sustainability is among Turkcell's basic business principles, Turkcell General Manager Murat Erkan said, “As Turkcell, we always focus on sustainability in the projects we implement as well as the products and services we develop. Turkey techno waste from the customers we launched itself as the first company felt responsible 'Convert to Education' project, we have to support hundreds of children with the education that contributes in a cyclical economy.
Last year, we spend our life has turned into a techno-waste project mobilization through our stores covering the whole situation in Turkey. We consider this project, which is very important for the education of our children, as a 'forward transformation' project. Our Turkcell Ambassadors also embraced this project and I thank them again. We organized a techno waste collection competition in order not to leave their ownership unpaid. I congratulate all of our participating stores, too.
Erkan added that they will continue to work for the education of children as well as the projects they have developed by acting for a better world from now on.