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Social Responsibility Projects

  • Clean Toilet

    Started from the toilets of OPET stations, “Clean Toilet Campaign” has been ongoing for 20 years and aims to indoctrinate toilet sanitation and hygiene nation-wide. This project is OPET’s effort to create a clean and healthy society.

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  • Green Road

    Started in 2004 with the motto of "To lose green is to lose life", the Green Road project contributes to the extension of green space in the country.

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  • Model Village

    With “Exemplary Village Project”, OPET also aims the self-sufficiency of villages, evaluation of their historical, geographical, and cultural potential, and aims social indicators such as the increased level of education and the improvement of environmental consciousness.

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  • Respect to History

    Within the scope of “Respect to History” project, in order to protect the natural fabric of and provide a modern appearance for Historical Gallipoli Peninsula, there has been arrangements in the area where Gallipoli Campaign has been fought.

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  • Traffic Detectives

    With “Traffic Detectives” project, it is aimed to convert the prospective drivers into individuals who are fully aware of the traffic rules and ready to take responsibility on this subject.

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  • Women Power Project

    As the innovative and pioneer organization in fuel sector, OPET’s new social responsibility project, “Women’s Power”, which has been started towards “woman employment” as one of the most essential subjects in Turkey’s agenda, is in steady progress.

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  • Troy Tevfikiye Archaeo-village Project

    Tevfikiye Village has been turned into an outdoor archaeo-village with its Troyaesque atmosphere, buildings, and historical and mythological values.

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  • Çiplak Ethno-Village Project

    Çıplak Village, which is the neighboring settlement to Troya Museum, has been turned into an ethno-village.

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