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Waste management is one of the most challenging issues in the countries in which the TITAN Group operates. Disposal of waste is not controlled nor are adequate methods supported by systems to collect, re-use and recycle. There are some success stories, though proving that there is an opportunity to turn a problem into a great opportunity with the active involvement of all critical stakeholders and by engaging in long-term progress.

At TITAN we recycle waste from other industries but we have also developed methods and systems to recover and recycle raw materials and intermediary products which leak out of our own production process.

Acknowledging the concerns related particularly to the efficient use of alternative fuels, the TITAN Group has incorporated all requirements and regulations at both national and international levels as well as the relevant Protocol developed by WBCSD/CSI in its internal management systems and procedures (TITAN Group Alternative Fuels Policy ).

Raw materials and intermediary products which leak out of the production process are recovered with specialized equipment and, after being appropriately processed to remove foreign particles, are reintroduced into the production line and subsequently reused.

Licensed subcontractors are handling materials that are not recycled in Group facilities.

An indicative example in the way that waste from TITAN production is handled refers to practices developed in the U.S.A. where this type of waste is used for the production of cement blocks, pavings or other construction materials.

A policy for systematic waste management and treatment of recyclable materials is followed by TITAN in all offices and plants where different types of waste are collected separately and sent for treatment and reuse.

Recycling of used tyres at Kamari plant, Greece.