کامبیز به کام شماست
THE THIRD STAGE OF RECYCLING
On 28/01/2017 at the same time as the ancient festival of Sadeh, wishing that fire of hope will light your hearts, the third non-governmental organization of Omid recycling with the efforts of Kambiz food industries was introduced at Parsian Evin Hotel and in the presence of a group of benefactors and activists of Omid recycling campaign, the introduced people in need together with their families, few members of the Tehran chamber of commerce and canned food union, a group of charitable association such as Bonyad-e Ma’loolin Fatemehzahra, Ahya, and Ale-Yasin institution, and other people. During this event and while presenting the report of the activities of the organization, 50 wheelchairs purchased by selling the collected plastic lids were given to the disabled.
Omid recycling non-governmental organization started its activity by modeling the global campaign from the beginning of 2015. They collect plastic lids of the bottles and sell them to the recycling organizations, then by the income resulting from selling them, they purchase wheelchairs disabled and people in need.
Kambiz company joined this program in the middle of the summer as its sponsor and designed and produced recycling boxes and delivered them to the applicants and people who were interested to develop this program and made collecting the bottle lids easier for the benefactors. The people in need were identified with the help of the charity institutions and the introduction of the people who collected lids and after investigation and approval.
The important point is that organizing this process, designing, and manufacturing the recycling boxes, and collecting them cost about 5 times more than the value of the collected lids. Kambiz company paid the cost of this charitable act to fulfill its social responsibility and took the first steps in doing charity and placed the income earned from selling the plastic lids at the disposal of the non-governmental organization to purchase wheelchairs.
Right now there are more than 200 collection locations in the city of Tehran.