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Our Sustainability Goals

Yeşilyurt Group’s approach to sustainability is based on the principle to manufacture more products -and thereby satisfying more needs- by consuming less resources through the improvement of production efficiency and capacity with the use of technological advancements, innovations and developments.

We, as Yeşilyurt Group, are aware of the fact that the quality of life, level of welfare, economic competitiveness, employment and sustainability of ecosystems are dependent on the shared natural capital, and we carry out our activities accordingly.

Consumption level of iron and steel products is regarded as one of the most significant indicators of a country’s welfare and development. In economically strong countries and developing countries, iron and steel consumption is always on the rise and new production capacities are continuously established to keep up with the pace of consumption growth.

Yeşilyurt Group keeps on growing and developing in a sustainable manner for the benefit of all its stakeholders, with stellar economic performance and environmentally sensitive conduct, always paying regard to the expectations of its employees and the community. Our group considers sustainability as one of the most integral components of our corporate management approach.

 

SUSTAINABILITY GOALS IN LINE WITH OUR STRATEGY

 

Our sustainability goal is to ensure that we abide by all legal legislation and obligations, that we carry out all our operations and investments within the framework of our integrated Management System Policy that comprises quality, environment, and occupational health & safety management systems, that we fulfil our economic, social and environmental obligations considering the needs and expectations of our stakeholders, that we protect the natural environment and respect humanity and nature, and that we perform our operations in a transparent and accountable manner with a vision for sustainable growth.

 

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WHAT IS ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM?

ISO 14001 Environmental Management System is a systematic approach which ensures that the production, for whichever sector, is carried out taking into account all environmental impacts in every step of production from start to finish. ISO 14001 is an international standard that defines the inspection, controlling and improving (i.e. the process) of the environmental performance of a company.

The management system developed to systematically reduce and -if possible- to eliminate any damage or harm that an organization inflicts or might inflict on the environment is designated as the Environmental Management System.

WHAT IS ISO 14001 STANDARD?

*ISO 14000 family of standards is an Environmental Management Standard developed by ISO Technical Committee TC207. This series of standards is designed to comprehend all environmental aspects related to organizations, and it serves as basis for the organizations to prioritize environmental impacts, as well as to manage and control them.

*ISO 14001 Environmental Management System is a management model based on risk analyses, which essentially aims to reduce the use of natural resources, and to minimize any possible damages to land, water and air.

*Published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), ISO 14001 series of standards defines the establishment of a system that ensures the determination of environmental factors throughout the production process from raw material to finished product and that enables to minimize any damages to the environment by taking aforementioned factors under control through the implementation of necessary inspections and precautions.

*ISO 14001 is not a product standard, but a system standard, and it deals with how a product is made rather that what is produced. It is based on monitoring and continuous improvement of environmental performance. The standard stipulates that any applicable legislation and laws -and provisions thereto- related to environmental factors are to be complied with.

*It is a well-known fact that our resources are not infinite, and environmental impacts of products and operations are not local/regional but global. Developed with this fact in mind, ISO 14001 is a management system that aims to protect environmental features and natural structure.

*ISO 14001 standard constitutes the basis for more efficient management of risks and opportunities related to the environment, and intends to minimize the environmental damage inflicted by the activities of industrial organizations and to reduce the consumption of energy and raw materials.

*ISO 14001 is an internationally recognized standard related to Environmental Management Systems, and serves as a guide for more efficient management of environmental aspects of an organization’s activities, products and services.

*Organizations that establish Environmental Management Systems in compliance with ISO 14001 standard ensure that natural resources are not consumed and polluted, or such adverse impacts are minimized; and thus they are regarded as environmentally friendly and trustworthy companies.

ISO 14001 Sections:

General requirements,

Environmental policy,

Planning,

Implementation and Operation,

Corrective and preventive actions,

Management review.

Commitment and Policy: The organization should establish an environmental policy and commit to comply with the environmental management system.

Planning: The organization should determine the environmental aspects related to its activities, products and services, and select those of importance. It should set aims and goals to fulfil its commitments, and plan the activities to achieve such aims and goals.

Implementation and Operation: The organization should develop a support mechanism, with necessary means and facilities, to be able to make relevant implementations efficiently to improve its environmental policy and to achieve its aims and goals.

Inspection and Corrective Action: The organization should measure, monitor and evaluate its environmental performance and its level of success.

Reviewing and Improving: The organization should review and continuously improve its environmental management system to enhance its environmental performance and its level of success.

TERMS AND CONCEPTS RELATED TO ISO 14001

Continual improvement: Recurring process of enhancing the environmental management system in order to achieve improvements in overall environmental performance consistent with the organization's environmental policy.

Environment: Surroundings in which an organization operates, including air, water, land, natural resources, flora, fauna, humans, and their interrelation.

Environmental aspect: Element of an organization's activities or products or services that interacts with the environment.

Environmental impact: Any change to the environment, whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partially resulting from an organization's activities, products and services.

Environmental policy: Statement of an organization that sets forth the intentions and principles of that organization related to general environmental performance and that establishes the framework for its activities, environmental aims and goals.

Prevention of pollution: Using any materials or products, and implementing any practices and processes, including recycling of wastes, reusing of wastes, changing non-effective systems, control mechanisms, efficient use of resources, and substitution of materials, to avoid, reduce or control pollution.

Sustainable development: Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

Life-cycle assessment: This is a series of principles related to the collection and reviewing of data in regards to goods and services produced from a specific material and energy in a goods and services system as well as to environmental impacts that occur within the life-cycle of such system which are directly attributable to it.

ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System: World becomes more environmentally conscious each passing day, and organizations have started to become aware of their environmental responsibilities as well. Acting in compliance with environmental responsibilities is one of the most recent managerial tasks. An efficient Environmental Management System reduces environmental wastes, increases productivity and decreases costs. Moreover, having an ISO 14001 environmental management system certificate is a serious plus for an organization’s image.

 

BENEFITS OF ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Better compliance with national and/or international legislation,

Improving environmental performance,

Market strategies,

Advantageous for international competitiveness,

Improving the reputation and market share of the organization,

Reducing costs and enhancing efficiency by improving cost control,

Reducing accidents, etc. that could entail legal liabilities by being prepared against emergencies (earthquake, fire, flood, etc.) and accidents,

Controlling and reducing pollution at source,

Achieve savings on input materials and energy,

Facilitating the obtaining of permissions and authorizations,

Ease of acceptance to the global market because of the worldwide recognition of ISO 14001,

Environmental impacts of company activities and environmental risks could be identified and thus adverse impacts could be reduced,

Costs related to environmental impacts are reduced,

Environmental laws and legislation are complied with,

Environmental impacts that might occur in emergencies can be reduced or eliminated,

Documented environmental management system and ISO 14001 certificate could be submitted to legal institutions as proof of compliance with relevant legislation and laws,

National and international reputation, and thus the prestige of the organization is enhanced,

Environmental awareness of employees is improved through relevant trainings,

Employee motivation is improved due to working for an environmentally friendly organization,

Consumer expectations regarding the environment are fulfilled, and the organization has more chance to reach out to and gain conscious customers,

Efficient use of resources (savings on energy, water, etc.),

Less waste is discharged to the environment.

 

ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PRACTICES OF YEŞİLYURT DEMİR ÇELİK

The most important factor that adversely impacts humans and environment, that deteriorates nature, and that renders our world inhabitable is the failure to effectively and properly recycle/dispose waste.

Our efforts in that regard is a solid indicator of the importance we place on the environment and nature.

***WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

FACILITY WASTES

Process Wastes

OPERATION/PROCESS

WASTE CODES

WASTE DEFINITIONS

PRACTICES ACCORDING TO ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION

Process

10 02 07*

Flue Dust

Sent to licensed company

Process

10 02 10

Scale

Stored at the scale yard in our rolling mill facility

Process

10 02 02

Slag

Stored at the slag yard in our port facility



Ancillary Process Waste

OPERATION/PROCESS

WASTE CODES

WASTE DEFINITIONS

PRACTICES ACCORDING TO ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION

Painting

15 01 10*

Packages contaminated with hazardous materials

Sent to the licensed company, considering whether plastic or metal

Refractory

 

Fire brick, etc.

Retrieved by producer company

Melting

 

Electrode waste

Retrieved by producer company



Non-process Waste (Facility-wide Waste)

OPERATION/PROCESS

WASTE CODES

WASTE DEFINITIONS

PRACTICES ACCORDING TO ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION

Man-made

 

Domestic waste (Garbage)

Collected by the municipality

Personal use, office use, etc.

 

Paper, cardboard, plastics, glass, etc. wastes and packing waste

Collected by the recycling company authorized by Tekkeköy Municipality

Use of electronical devices

 

Waste batteries

Collected in red-colored waste battery bins located in all offices within the facility

Infirmary activities

 

Medical wastes

Disposed to medical waste bins in the infirmary and collected by the licensed company

Cafeteria activities

20 01 26*

Vegetable oil waste

Disposed to barrels (provided by the licensed company) in the cafeteria and collected by the company

Machinery, Equipment Oil Change

13 02 08*

Other engine, gearbox and lubrication oils

If any, collected and disposed (by burning) by Petder

Machinery, Equipment Oil Change

13 01 13*

Other hydraulic oils

Collected in waste oil tank in the temporary waste storage yard and sent to licensed companies to be recycled

Dust collection unit wastes and facility-wide activities

15 02 02*

Contaminated wastes (Absorbents, personal protective equipment, cleaning rags, and filters contaminated with hazardous materials, dust filters removed from dust collection unit, etc.)

Collected in contaminated waste container in the temporary waste storage yard and sent to licensed companies to be disposed

Wastes from water conditioning processes and facility-wide wastes

15 01 10*

Packing containing hazardous material residues or contaminated with hazardous materials (Chemical material packages used in water conditioning, oil barrels, etc.)

Collected in contaminated packing waste container in the temporary waste storage yard and sent to licensed companies to be disposed

Machinery, Equipment Maintenance Activities

19 08 10*

Oil mixtures and Grease

Collected in barrels in the temporary waste storage yard and sent to licensed companies



***Note: Maintenance and repair of all vehicles and machinery used within the facility are carried out in relevant repair shops, therefore there are no relevant wastes, such as unusable tires, batteries etc., in the facility.

Domestic Waste (Garbage):

These are domestic solid wastes and leftovers, such as food wastes, etc., generated by the personnel employed in the facility. According to the provision which stipulates that “it is forbidden to discharge these wastes to seas, lakes and similar receiving environments, streets, forests, and any places that might adversely affect the environment”, solid wastes and leftovers are temporarily stored in a trash bin, in a manner that polluting factors such as sight, smell, leaks and dust are eliminated, and they are periodically collected from the containers in the organized industrial site by Tekkeköy Municipality.

Paper, Cardboard, Plastics, Glass, etc. Wastes and Packing Waste:

Paper, cardboard, plastics, glass, etc. wastes and packing wastes generated by the production process, personal use and office use are discharged to recycle bins placed at certain locations in the facility by the recycling company and then sent to them.

Waste Batteries:

Waste batteries are collected in the red-colored waste battery bins located in all offices within the facility. These bins are procured by Portable Battery Manufacturers and Exporters Association (TAP) and Güven Waste Recycling Company based in Samsun. Companies periodically collect such bins.

Medical Wastes:

The facility includes an infirmary to provide medical services to the personnel, and necessary first aid materials for emergencies. Medical wastes generated thereof are disposed of according to the relevant regulations.

Vegetable Oil Waste:

Vegetable oil wastes generated by cafeteria operations pose adverse and harmful effects against human health and environment. Such adverse and harmful effects are minimized and managed according to relevant regulations. Relevant oil wastes are sent to the licensed company (Kolza Biodizel) to be recycled.

Other Engine, Gearbox and Lubrication Oils:

Synthetic engine oils used in all machinery and electrical equipment in the facility pose adverse and harmful effects against human health and environment. Such adverse and harmful effects are minimized and managed according to relevant regulations. Relevant oil wastes (Category 2), if any, are sent to licensed companies through the intermediary of Turkish Oil Industry Association (PETDER) to be disposed of according to relevant regulations.

Other Hydraulic Oils:

Mineral based hydraulic oils used in all machinery and electrical equipment in the facility pose adverse and harmful effects against human health and environment. Such adverse and harmful effects are minimized and managed according to relevant regulations. Relevant oil wastes (Category 1) are sent to licensed companies to be disposed of according to relevant regulations.

Contaminated Wastes (Absorbents, personal protective equipment, cleaning rags, and filters contaminated with hazardous materials, dust filters removed from dust collection unit, etc.):

Information on flue filter wastes from the dust collection unit of the facility is as follows. Service life of a filter depends on the bag type used, operating temperature, and dust precipitators/collectors used before the bag filter. Service life of filter bags is usually 1 year provided that the waste gas contains no coarse and sharp materials. It should be replaced once a year.

Removed bag filters, other hazardous materials and contaminated wastes pose adverse and harmful effects against human health and environment. Such adverse and harmful effects are minimized and managed according to relevant regulations and such materials and wastes are sent to licensed companies to be recycled.

Packing containing hazardous material residues or contaminated with hazardous materials (Chemical material packages used in water conditioning, oil barrels, etc.):

Hazardous materials and contaminated packing such as packing of chemicals used in water conditioning in particular and oil barrels pose adverse and harmful effects against human health and environment. Such adverse and harmful effects are minimized and managed according to relevant regulations and such materials and wastes are sent to licensed companies to be disposed of.

Oil Mixtures and Grease:

Oil mixtures and grease wastes that could be generated as a result of maintenance activities performed on machinery and equipment in the facility pose adverse and harmful effects against human health and environment. Such adverse and harmful effects are minimized and managed according to relevant regulations and such materials and wastes are sent to licensed companies.

***AIR EMISSION MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

Our facility is granted the Environmental Permission concerning Air Emissions, dated 20.06.2013, numbered B.09.0.ÇED.0.10.01.00-150.01/1155. Our facility was not subjected to continuous measurements because it successfully satisfied the limit values as per emission measurements carried out under the scope of the permission.

Emission Report that includes confirmatory measurements, which is to be performed every two years within the framework of the Environmental Permission, were prepared and submitted on 09.01.2015 by “Artek Mühendislik Çevre Ölçüm ve Danışmanlık Hizm. Tic. A.Ş.” accredited by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization as well as Turkish Accreditation Agency (Türkak).

Emission sources within the facility are as follows:

Emissions caused by production (Arc furnace melting process)

Environmental dust within the facility (Extraction hood system)

Oxygen production facility

Handling and storage activities

Scrapyard loading/unloading activities

Emissions generated as a result of scrap melting in the electric arc furnace in the facility include dust, carbon monoxide (CO), and nitrous oxide (NOx). Melting is performed by using electricity. Natural gas is used as additional fuel.

Extraction hood system with fan extracts the environmental dust within the facility.

These two systems are directed to the dust collection unit via two flue systems, designated as primary and secondary.

Flue gases and environmental dust collected by the extraction hood above the arc furnace are released to the atmosphere after passing through filters of 1.500.000 m3/h capacity in the current dust collection unit.

Summarized information on emissions generated as a result of handling and storing activities are as follows:

Emission Source

Dust (Kg/Hour)

Controlled

Uncontrolled

Handling (Round-trip Total Distance)

0,4608

0,2304

Storing

0,2199

0,11

Total

0,6808

0,3404

Limit Value

1

1



Flue gases and environmental dust collected by the extraction hood above the arc furnace are released to the atmosphere after passing through filters of 1.500.000 m3/h capacity in the current dust collection unit. Summarized information on emission reduction measures taken in the facility are as follows. Note: These information are cited from the Emission Report issued by the measurement company accredited by the ministry.

Roads within the facility are concrete-covered and locally of compacted material. They are regularly swept and sprinkled with water by our industrial sweeper to suppress dust.

Stored materials, if any, are kept %10 moist on the top layer by sprinkling regularly using the watering equipment in the facility.

Due care is taken to avoid scattering during loading and unloading operations.

Scrapyard is covered on its sides and top to prevent dust emissions to the atmosphere that might be generated during loading, unloading and handling.

***WATER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

Wastewater:

Domestic and industrial wastewater is generated in the melting facility of Yeşilyurt Demir Çelik End. Ve Liman İşl. Ltd. Şti. and it is exempt from the Environmental Permission on Domestic and Industrial Wastewater. Such wastewater is disposed of -via interconnected piping- to Samsun Organized Industrial Site Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Process Wastewater:

Municipal water provided by Sakarya Water and Sewerage Administration (SASKİ) is used as the process (cooling) water in the melting facility. Municipal water consumption of the facility is approximately 1900 m3/day. Cooling water is required for the process. The system is a closed circuit and the water used in the process is reutilized after being cooled. Melting facility includes untreated water, open, closed and recycling water tanks. The water from these tanks, which is mostly vaporized after the process due to high temperatures, is used by spraying in order to cool steel as well as to remove dirt and iron oxide dross from steel. Municipal water is firstly passed through water softening plant, and then conveyed to the untreated water tank to consequently be used in the process. After being used in the process the water is conveyed to the settling tank, where particulates in it are settled, and then fed back to the system. Water that is continuously circulated and sprayed to cool steel is discharged once a year in an amount of approximately 1200 ton/year from the outlet of settling tank to the sewerage of the Organized Industrial Site.

Domestic Wastewater:

Domestic wastewater (office, kitchen, bathroom, toilet, etc.) are discharged to the sewerage of the Organized Industrial Site.

Scrapyard Seepage Water

Scrap materials could get wet while being transported to the site, which could cause seepage water. By benefiting from the inclination of the site, seepage water is collected.

Such wastewater is discharged to the sewerage of the Organized Industrial Site.

Other wastewater and rainwater

No wastewater is generated from garden irrigation or water used for sweeping and sprinkling of factory site for dust prevention.

Drainage grates are installed at certain locations around the scrapyard in order to prevent rainwater entering the site according to the physical requirements to be met for Non-hazardous Waste Recycling License. Moreover, rainwater received on the facility site is discharged to V-type channels installed to outlet rainwater from the Organized Industrial Site to the Black Sea.



***NOISE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

Our facilities are exempt from the Environmental Permission concerning Noise, since they are located within the Organized Industrial Site. However, to reduce the impact of noise generated by our activities and to take it under control, noise measurements are carried out as stipulated under Measurement Procedures concerning Environment, Occupational Health and Safety, according to the Regulation on Evaluation and Management of Environmental Noise.

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Our Approach to Occupational Health and Safety

We, as YEŞİLYURT GROUP, give highest priority to occupational health and safety in all our operations, and target “Zero Occupational Accident” as signified by our motto “Occupational Safety First, Work Second”. Every related party is obliged to proactively do what is necessary to ensure a safe and healthy working environment in all our facilities. Protecting all our employees and the environment against all possible risks is one of our most significant goals.

In line with these goals;

We hereby commit to enforce the use of highest quality tools and materials as well as personal protective equipment; to endeavor consistently in order to prevent possible accident risks as well as any unsafe conditions or behavior that might result in occupational accidents or occupational diseases within the workplace and its annexes; to enforce the use of highest quality tools and materials as well as personal protective equipment (tercüman notu: sarıyla işaretli İngilizce ifade, asıl metne uygun şekilde mükerrer yazılmıştır, iptal edilmesi gerekebilir); to assure that our employees have competent awareness in occupational health and safety by providing relevant trainings pursuant to occupational requirements as well as occupational health and safety legislation; and to ensure the sustainability of OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System that is established and executed accordingly.

 

OHSAS 18001

 

A management system that can be voluntarily employed by all organizations, regardless of size or sector, OHSAS 18001 is effectively utilized in our operations to proactively assess possible hazards and to take necessary precautions beforehand with the purpose of fulfilling the obligations set forth by relevant legislation as well as satisfying ethical requirements.

OHSAS 18001 not only demonstrates that the organization complies with legal legislation on occupational health and safety, but also improves productivity and efficiency at the workplace by continuously enhancing the working environment.

Establishing the requirements related to occupational health and safety, OHSAS 18001 is employed concordantly with other management systems as well as quality and environmental standards applied in our operations.

The essential purpose of OHSAS 18001 is to eliminate or minimize relevant risks within the organization pursuant to legal legislation on occupational health and safety; and thus to ensure a healthy and safe working environment, and to manage such environment. Three main objectives of OHSAS 18001 can be elaborated as follows:

1) Protecting employees: Principal objective of occupational health and safety is to protect employees against any adverse effects of the workplace, and to ensure a convenient and safe working environment.

2) Ensuring safe production: One of the objectives of occupational health and safety is to minimize loss of workforce or workdays due to occupational accidents and occupational diseases, and consequently to safeguard production (goods and/or services) by increasing productivity.

3) Ensuring safe operation: Occupational health and safety -by means of precautions taken within the working environment- improves the safety of operations by eliminating fires, explosions, machinery failures and shutdowns that might imperil the organization.

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STAKEHOLDER NAME

EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDER/ INTERNAL STAKEHOLDER

SIGNIFICANCE LEVEL

SHAREHOLDERS

INTERNAL

1

EMPLOYEES

INTERNAL

1

UNION

EXTERNAL

1

COSTUMERS

EXTERNAL

1

GOVERMENT AND REGULATORY AUTHORITY

EXTERNAL

1

LOCAL COMMUNITY AND MANAGEMENTS

EXTERNAL

1

SUPPLIERS / SUBCONTRACTORS

EXTERNAL

1

TRADE ASSOCIATION / CHAMBER OF INDUSTRY

EXTERNAL

2

NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

EXTERNAL

2

WORKING PARENTS

EXTERNAL

2

MEDIA MEMBERS

EXTERNAL

3

UNIVERSITY

EXTERNAL

4

STUDENTS / POTENTIAL WORKINGS /TRAINEES

EXTERNAL

4

SUSTAINABILITY QUESTIONNAIRE STUDY Back to Homepage
We have started to sustainability questionnaire study at the end of the year 2016. Reported and finished in january 2017
Participation level is over %50 and total participation was 532 people.
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STAKEHOLDER NAME

COMMUNICATION METHODS

Intended communication frequenc

Records and datas about communication

Corporate Communication executive

 

SHAREHOLDERS

Meetings

Monthly

Meeting decisions

Member of the board

EMPLOYEES

Meetings

Weekly

E-mail/ correspondences

Management Representative

Noticeboard

Continuous

Memorandums

Department head

UNION

Occupational health safety meetings

Monthly

Memorandums

Occupational health safety manager

COSTUMERS

Exhibitions

Once a year

 

Management Representative

Visits

Continuous

Interview record

Sales marketing

E-mail/Correspondences

Web site

Continuous

 

IT

Walk around to factory and contact meetings

Once a year

Potential costumers

Management Representative

GOVERMENT AND REGULATORY AUTHORITY

Face to face meetings

Continuous

Interview record/ correspondences/ notification registration

General Manager

Offical correspondences

Govermental web sites

Follow up Regulation

LOCAL COMMUNITY AND MANAGEMENTS

Face to face meetings

Spaceless

Interview record

General Manager

Correspondences

SUPPLIERS / SUBCONTRACTORS

Meetings for Etichal supplier

Once a year

Interview record

Purchase

Contracts / work permits / trainings

 

TRADE ASSOCIATION / CHAMBER OF INDUSTRY

Memberships

Spaceless

Interview record

General Manager

NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS

Memberships

Spaceless

Interview record

General Manager

WORKING PARENTS

Social activities

Once a year

 

Human resources

MEDIA MEMBERS

Face to face meetings

A few times in a year

Interview record

General Manager

Phones, e-mails, social platforms

Spaceless

UNIVERSITY

Walk around to factory

A few times in a year

 

Management Representative

STUDENTS / POTENTIAL WORKINGS /TRAINEES

Walk around to factory

A few times in a year

 

Management Representative

Environmental, occupational healt safety trainings and presentations

Management Representative

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PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES   SUSTAINABILITY APPROACH PROGRESS CHARACTERISTICS      
    NOT MATURE MATURE
      SUFFICIENT PARTICIPATION FULL PARTICIPATION
SCOPE Stakeholder Participation and Identification     FULL PARTICIPATION WAS ACHIEVED; OPINIONS AND SUGGESTIONS WERE RECEIVED THROUGH STAKEHOLDER SURVEYS CONDUCTED AT THE END OF THE YEAR; OUR STAKEHOLDERS ARE IDENTIFIED IN OUR SYSTEM, AND THEIR MODE OF INTERACTION IS DEFINED.
INTEGRITY Key Drivers        
  Leadership        
  Risk Management        
ADMINISTRATIVE Developing a sustainability culture   Conducting meetings and trainings on sustainability    
  Corporate power   Organizing social activities and providing social aid; fulfilling the legal rights of employees    
  Supply chain   Suppliers with lower prices    
      Suppliers with longest payment schedules    
  Environmental assessment   Preparing Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) reports, legal legislation    
Transparency Reviewing     Management meetings, weekly meetings, reporting
  Building trust     Effective communication with stakeholders, information and notices open to public
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TARGET           PERSON(S) IN CHARGE   TARGET DATE ACTUAL DATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Reducing energy and water consumption approximately %5 compared to 2015 ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER 12/31/2016  
                     
Social investments in terms of education, sports and culture           GENERAL MANAGER CONTINUOUS  
                     
Organizing a social activity with the families of employees           OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SAFETY ENGINEER 12/31/2016  
                     
Treating slag to derive a byproduct instead of disposing it as waste           ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER 12/31/2016  
                     
Conducting and evaluating stakeholder surveys           ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER   12/31/2016  
            QUALITY CONTROL ENGINEER            
            QUALITY CONTROL ENGINEER            
            OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SAFETY ENGINEER            
Separating all water on site (rainwater, wash water) from the sewerage system and discharging it to the rainwater channels of the organized industrial site ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER 12/31/2016      
         
Repairing any fugitive emission points ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER 12/31/2016      
         
Ranking within top 100 companies of Top 500 Industrial Enterprises list published by Istanbul Chamber of Industry GENERAL MANAGER   12/31/2016  
             
Improving regional employment           GENERAL MANAGER   CONTINUOUS  
                       

 

TARGET           PERSON(S) IN CHARGE   TARGET DATE ACTUAL DATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Obtaining the Sustainability Certificate           ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER 12/31/2015  
                     
Social investments in terms of education, sports and culture           GENERAL MANAGER CONTINUOUS    
                     
Organizing painting activities for spouses and children of employees in Yeşilyurt Shopping Mall OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SAFETY ENGINEER 11/30/2015      
         
Planting trees with our employees           ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER 11/30/2015      
                     
Conducting and evaluating stakeholder surveys           ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER   12/31/2015      
            QUALITY CONTROL ENGINEER            
            QUALITY CONTROL ENGINEER            
            OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH SAFETY ENGINEER            
Ranking within top 100 companies of Top 500 Industrial Enterprises list published by Istanbul Chamber of Industry GENERAL MANAGER 12/31/2015      
         
Improving regional employment           GENERAL MANAGER CONTINUOUS      
               

 

TARGET           PERSON(S) IN CHARGE   TARGET DATE ACTUAL DATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Obtaining the Sustainability Certificate           MESUT UZUN   12/31/2015 10/22/2015
                         
Social investments in terms of education, sports and culture           ÇETİN LİVAOĞLU   CONTINUOUS CONTINUOUS  
                         
Organizing painting activities for spouses and children of employees in Yeşilyurt Shopping Mall MEHMET ALİ KARGI   11/30/2015 10/25/2015
             
Planting trees with our employees           MESUT UZUN   11/30/2015 10/19/2015
                         
Conducting and evaluating stakeholder surveys           MESUT UZUN   12/31/2015 12/31/2015
            MEHMET ALİ KARGI            
            ARİF ASLAN            
                         
Ranking within top 100 companies of Top 500 Industrial Enterprises list published by Istanbul Chamber of Industry ÇETİN LİVAOĞLU   12/31/2015 12/31/2015
             
Improving regional employment           ÇETİN LİVAOĞLU   CONTINUOUS

 

CONTINUOUS

 

TARGET           PERSON(S) IN CHARGE   TARGET DATE ACTUAL DATE OF ACHIEVEMENT
Obtaining the Sustainability Certificate           SAMET BALKAŞ   12/31/2015      
            MESUT UZUN            
Social investments in terms of education, sports and culture           ÇETİN LİVAOĞLU   CONTINUOUS      
                         
Organizing painting activities for spouses and children of employees in Yeşilyurt Shopping Mall MEHMET ALİ KARGI   11/30/2015      
             
Planting trees with our employees           MESUT UZUN   11/30/2015      
                         
Conducting and evaluating stakeholder surveys           MESUT UZUN   12/31/2015      
            MEHMET ALİ KARGI            
            ARİF ASLAN            
            SAMET BALKAŞ        

 

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YESILYURT is a family owned company who had approved sector from trade to industry via new rolling mill has capacity of 100.000 ton/year in Karabük at 1980. In 1987, they had founded second Rolling mill capacity of 420.000 ton/year in Samsun. To continue on his way in the Blacksea Pearl, in 1997, founded 420.000 ton/year capacity Steel Plant to produce billets in order to getting bilet providing problems. To get above from world steel producers, YESILYURT, with modernization working, increasing the Rolling Mill capacity 720.000 ton/year and Liquid Steel capacity to 1.300.000 ton/year. In Rolling Mill, is producing re-inforcement steel bars at different quality with the sizes 8mm to 32mm.
Strong and good quality constraction concept has entered in our daily life after the bad eartquake experience we have had in the recent past, and the most important parameter of such construction is the qulity construction steel. The most important point which is taken into consideration in designs of static and dinamic weight is the mecanical charactristics of the steel to be used in the construction. That is why the whole world is in continuing development for betterment of mecanical charectiristics of the construction steel.

In such developments, Yeşilyurt Demir Çelik has been making technological investments in such areas, simultaneous in the World Steel Sector, in order to control quality at every stage of production. As a result of such effords, we can export steel in different standarts to all continents of the World. With its highly advence laboratories and test centers, Yeşilyurt Demir Çelik which exports more than fifty percent of its production, has been one of the important actors of the steel sector in not only capacity but also in quality matters.

In our installation where Orders, in all types of standarts, required in the form of controlled cooling system and micro alloyment, from different countries like Spain, Portugal, England, America, Germany, Rusia, Turkish Republic, Romania, Bulgaria and Iran can be met and quality and duration of test applications of related standarts can be followed during production process and tracebility is fully secured.

In addition to well known World standarts, Yeşilyurt patented YURTSİSMİK eartquake steel, fore pole, steel with low chemical content with high weldibility used in similar implementations and custom made ribbed steel were also produced in our installations.

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Capacity: 1.300.000 ton/year
Electric Arc Furnace: 1 pcs 80 ton capacity 2005 model CONCAST
Ladle Furnace: 1 pcs 80 ton capacity

Dust Collecting System: 1 pcs 80 ton capacity

Ladle Furnace: 1 pcs 1.500.000 m3/h Jetplus type capacity CONCAST

Continuous Casting Machine:
  • * 2008 CVS model,
  • * Yearly 1.300.000 ton capacity,
  • * 6 stand,
  • * 8 m with radius,
  • * Hidrovlic oscilator,
  • * Magnetic stirring,
  • * Suitable for open/close casting,
  • * Cutaeay; between 100-200 mm square and between Ø 100-200 mm round,
  • * Custing range between 4500-14000 mm,


Air Separator Plant:
  • * 1 pcs 2150 m3/h capacity PSA type 2008 LINDE model
  • * 1 pcs 5200 m3/h capacity Cryogenic type 2008 CATIC model


Kompanzasyon System:
  • * 2008 SIEMENS model, 140 MVAR
  • * 1 pcs 5200 m3/h capacity Cryogenic type 2008 CATIC model


Water Plant:
  • * 5.630 m3/h water pomp, 42.000.000 kcal/h cooling capacity


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BILLETS
Physical Features:

  • 100x100 mm, length 4500 - 14000 mm
  • 120x120 mm, length 4500 - 14000 mm
  • 130x130 mm, length 4500 - 14000 mm
  • 140x140 mm, length 4500 - 14000 mm
  • 150x150 mm, length 4500 - 14000 mm
  • 160x160 mm, length 4500 - 14000 mm
  • 180x180 mm, length 4500 - 14000 mm
  • 200x200 mm, length 4500 - 14000 mm

RIBS
TURKEY
TS 708 : 2010 - S420
[ 8 mm to 40 mm ]
TS 708 : 2010 - B420B
[ 8 mm to 40 mm]
TS 708 : 2010 - B420C
[ 8 mm to 32 mm]
TS 708 : 2010 - B500B
[ 8 mm to 32 mm]
TS 708 : 2010 - B500C
[ 8 mm to 32 mm]

ENGLAND
BS 4449:1997 - GRADE 460B
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]
BS 4449:2005 - GRADE B500B
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

SPAIN
UNE 36065:2000 EX - B 500 SD
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

PORTUGAL
LNEC: E 449 - 2008 - A 400NR
[ 8,10,12,16,20,25,32 mm ]
LNEC: E 450 - 2008 - A 500 NR
[ 8,10,12,16,20,25,32 mm ]

BULGARIA
BDS 9252:2007 - B500B
[ 8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,25,28,32 mm ]

RUSSIA
GOST 5781-82 - A-I , A-II, Ac-II, A-III, A-IV
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]
GOST P52544-2006 - A500C,B500C
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

GERMANY
DIN 488 - BSt 500 S (B)
[ 8 mm to 28 mm ]

ROMANIA
STAS 438/1-89 - PC 52
[ 8 mm to 22 mm ve 25mm, 28mm, 32 mm ]

DUBAI
BS 4449:1997 - GRADE 460B
[ 8 mm to 16mm ]
BS 4449:2005 - GRADE B500B
[ 8 mm to 16 mm ]

U.S.A.
ASTM A 615 - GR 40
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]
ASTM A 615 - GR 60
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]
ASTM A 706 - GR 60
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

GREEK
ELOT 971 - S 500s
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]
ELOT 1421 - B 500c
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

FRANCE
NF 35-016 (AFNOR) - Fe E500
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

ISRAEL
SI 4466 400 g, 400Wg
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

CANADA
CSA G30 18-M92 GR 400W
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

TUNUSIA
NT 26.25 (2004) RB 300, RB 400W, RB 500W
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

ITALY
UNI SB44k - Fe B 44 k
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]

EGYPT
ES 262 / 2000 - GR 240, GR 280
[ 8 mm to 32 mm ]
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All types of fitting steels of 8mm-32mm in diameter are being produced in our production installation which has an 720.000 tons of annual capacity and acquires full basic technological facilities.

Our Rolling Mill which became fully operational in 1987, went through a modernization process in 2000 and the following years. As result of various investments, during this period, in rolling automation control, cooling system (QST), single, double and triple slit technologies, automatic product packing system in required weight and length, we today took pride of exporting more than fifty percent of our production to other countries. Our company which adopted the slogan of "quality is not controled, but produced", has all basic technological facilities in order to achive the highest quality level in all stages of production. Fully automated heating furnice with a capacity of 75 tons, 19 DC motor driven pre- voltage rolling mills, 84 meter long cooling platform and double packing unit meet all steel requirement coming from different continents of the world. The importance of good quality steel was ones more carved in memories afted upsetting eartquake experience we have had as a nation in the past. Therefore, YESILYURT DEMIR CELIK has been producing STEEL FOR EARTQUAKE under YURTSISMIK, TS500 appropriate, patent for our country which is on the eartquake belt, so that the country wont live such a bad experience again.
YESILYURT DEMIR CELIK is exporting of over 60% production to the Europe, Middle East, Russia, Turkish Republics, and North Africa.

To consider the validity of several steel standarts and quality on the world, to address the world market without limitations in steel sector, strong quality position, product variation, continuity, monitoring quality and production, tor ender the plan indispensable.

YESILYURT DEMIR CELIK have owns all the subjects with technologic infrustructure investments, and bring the 'YESILYURT' wanted brand name in the world market,with mechanic, chemical,physical test labarovatary and AR-GE operations, thereupon catch up on the riqueur export macro target.
Distiribution of quality certificates by country
Click red boxes examine certificates in PDF format
ISO BELGELERİ KALİTE BELGELERİ
TÜRKEY

RUSSIA

UNITED KINGDOM

U.S.A.

SPAIN

GERMANY

DUBAI

PORTUGAL

ROMANİA

BULGARİA

  • Main Office & Rolling Mill
  • Adresss: Cumhuriyet Mah. Tekkeköy / SAMSUN
  • Phone: +90 362 256 23 30
  • Fax: +90 362 256 04 99
  • Steel Plant
  • Adresss: Organize Sanayi Bölgesi Tekkeköy / SAMSUN
  • Phone: +90 362 266 61 60
  • Fax: +90 362 266 61 67
  • Karabük Office
  • Adress: Fevzi Çakmak Mah. No:20 KARABÜK
  • Phone: +90 370 424 25 37
  • Fax: +90 370 412 92 83
  • Karabük Rolling Mill
  • Adress: Güneş Mah. Sanayi Böl. KARABÜK
  • Phone: +90 370 424 72 44
  • Fax: +90 370 412 50 10
  • İskenderun Office
  • Adress: Mevlüt Akkar Cad. Demirçelik İş Merkezi No:1 Payas / HATAY
  • Phone: +90 326 755 11 77
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