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‘Towards Zero Carbon Emissions’ KT holds carbon neutrality agreement and platform launch ceremony

 Professional baseball KT is stepping out to practice carbon neutrality.

On the 20th, KT held a ‘Carbon Neutral Agreement and Platform Proclamation Ceremony’ at a home game against SSG held at Suwon KT Wiz Park.

Prior to the match, KT Group held a proclamation ceremony for the KT Wizpark pilot project, a carbon neutral platform, and signed a business agreement between the Ministry of Environment, Gyeonggi-do, Suwon Special City, Shinhan Card, and KT Group.메이저사이트

The event was attended by Vice Minister of Environment Yoo Je-cheol, Suwon Special Case Mayor Lee Jae-joon, KBO President Heo Gu-yeon, Shinhan Card Platform Biz Group head Yoo Tae-hyeon, KT Group Vice President Song Jae-ho and KT Sports CEO Shin Hyeon-ok.

Organizations participating in this agreement will continue technical and administrative cooperation to practice carbon neutrality, and plan to expand the use and supply of multi-use containers in KT Wiz Park.

Carbon neutrality means to reduce emissions to ‘0’ by absorbing carbon as much as it emits. Through this proclamation ceremony, KT and KT Group will continue to practice carbon neutrality in the future.

Vice Minister of Environment Yoo Je-cheol said, “This pilot project was created as a result of the efforts of KT Group, which is taking the lead in building a platform for realizing carbon neutrality, and Suwon City’s efforts to replace disposable containers at KT Wiz Park in Suwon with multi-use containers.”

He continued, “I thank KT Group and Suwon City for their hard work, and I hope that the practice culture of using multi-use containers, which started at Suwon KT Wiz Park, will be expanded to various sports venues across the country.”

Lee Yong-gil and Lee Jun-yeop, the owners of a multi-use container store in KT Wiz Park, were in charge of pitching and putting out prayers for victory on this day.

Meanwhile, KT held an event to present eco bags sponsored by Tire Bank to the first 2,000 spectators who visited the baseball field.

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