Bingoz Concept continues to supply environmentally friendly policies and stands out with its environmentally friendly products.
According to the Global Risk Report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in 2020, it is seen that eight of the top 10 risks are related to the environment and climate crisis. The EU Green Deal by the European Union (EU) at the end of 2019 includes the goal of becoming the first carbon neutral continent by 2050 and the milestones within the scope of this target.
With this mission, we take international standards as a guide in environmental management. We aim to be a part of the global transformation by trying to reach maximum efficiency against all the problems that affect the world today, from climate change to drought.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations Member States as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. We are aware that every group in the world has important responsibilities to achieve the 17 goals set within the scope of The Sustainable Development Goals. As Bingoz Concept, we develop our processes, products and services within the scope of this.
We, as Bingoz Concept, are targeting to present new solutions for buildings and following the principles as below:
- To determine changing customer demands on time,
- To offer products ensuring the continuity of customer satisfaction,
- To follow technical and technological developments,
- To have technical specifications stipulated in national and international official standards,
- To use energy and natural resources effectively,
- To ensure occupational health and safety in the working environment and to take the necessary measures,
- To comply with current legal and other obligations,
- To supply the necessary resources,
- To support all employees and ensuring their participation,
- To ensure the continuous improvement of our management systems.
As Bingoz Concept, we act sustainability-oriented in all our production processes.
Green Building Certifications
With the increasing impact of global climate change, the importance of the concept of sustainability gains more and more importance every day. In this context, all sectors carry out different practices in order to adapt to climate change and to reduce the effects of climate change. While the construction industry consumes 50% of the raw material obtained from nature, 36% of global energy and 16% of water, it is also responsible for 50% of the generated waste. In the construction sector, the concept of “green building” has been introduced in order to minimize the environmental impacts caused during construction and operation of buildings and to create healthier and more economical structures.
According to the World Green Building Council (WGBC), green buildings “Reducing or eliminating negative effects in their design, construction or operation; They are structures that can have positive effects on our climate and natural environment”.
Various green building certifications have been developed in different countries to increase green building practices. Although there are many green building certification systems, the common purposes of green building certifications in general are to follow the construction processes of the buildings within the framework of the determined criteria and to reduce the environmental impacts during both construction and operation, to increase the building performance and to create healthy and comfortable areas for occupants.
- The BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) green building certification was created by the Building Research Institute (BRE) in England in 1990.
- LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) was published by the American Green Building Council (USGBC) in 1998.
- Germany’s green building certification DGNB was created in 2009.
- The Green Building Association in Turkey, after making its first publication in 2015 to follow in housing projects, B.E.S.T. certificate issued in 2018.