Optim PM wins 10 bikes prize at the first edition of the “Recycle mit! – Recycling Challenge” campaign

Optim PM wins 10 bikes prize at the first edition of the “Recycle mit! – Recycling Challenge” campaign

As market leaders in our industry, we firmly believe that protecting our environment is a huge responsibility and for this reason we work with a number of organizations that carry out specific environmental actions. From February 23, 2017 to February 28, 2018, Optim Project Management participated to the first edition of the “Recycle mit! – Recycling Challenge” campaign.

The concept initiated by the Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AHK Romania) and the Environ Association, had as main objectives, the improvement of the relations between employees, companies and environment, aiming to create a community business involved in sustainable development projects.

Our team has been actively involved in the “Recycle mit!“ campaign by collecting the recyclable waste generated by the head office, site activities and individual households and successfully achieved to recycle 117,6 kilos of waste. Optim Project Management was ranked second place in the competition and won the prize consisting of 10 bikes to be shared among the employees.

“First and foremost, we would like to thank the organizers for their sustainable initiative and for giving us the opportunity to be a part of it.

We are very happy and proud of our results, it was a team effort and well worth it! We will continue to support the partnership with AHK Romania and all their collaborators and will surely participate in the Chamber’s future projects. Protecting the environment is one of our priorities and will continue to be so in the years to come.”, said Oana Iagaru, Administrative & Financial Manager of OPTIM PM.”

In the first edition of the Recycle mit! – Recycling Challenge” have participated 20 companies from the German business environment in Romania, which handed over a total of 1,000 kg of waste electrical and electronic equipment and 120 kg of used batteries, for further recycling.

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