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31.07.2020

Black Sea Terminal supports local youth

Along with its business activities, Black Sea Terminal (BST) management takes its corporate and social responsibilities seriously and understands the need for harmonious management and the role of social and cultural development in the surrounding region.   

The company is cognizant of the problems and challenges of local youths in the region and is motivated to help them in their personal development, realization of sports activities and cultural events.    

One of the many projects supported by BST is a local football club whose financial problems have put their future in stake.    

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27.07.2020

Caring for each employee

Creating a safe work environment is a major priority for the management of Black Sea Terminal (BST). Work in this direction is systemic, regular and continuous. Industrial-technological processes are carried out and infrastructure is developed in accordance with all rules and  requirements of OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), which makes workplace safety possible.

    

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the company's management has shown great responsibility and effort. The recommendations and regulatory requirements set by the government have been fully implemented. 

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20.07.2020

Quarterly Environmental Self-Monitoring

According to an agreement between Black Sea Terminal (BST) and the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia (MoE), BST is obliged to conduct environmental monitoring of its facilities and the adjacent areas. The environmental monitoring process is described in the Environmental Monitoring and Measurement scheme approved by the MoE. This monitoring aims to measure, control and mitigate any negative impacts on the environment resulting from the operation of BST Terminal. Environmental monitoring is undertaken quarterly and includes soil and water sampling, noise level and air-quality monitoring at BST sites and adjacent areas.

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