TATNEFT presented the Ak Bars uniform made of recycled plastic
13 ноябряThe new Ak Bars uniform is made in black, emphasizing the close relationship with the main sponsor TATNEFT oil company. The kits are made from recycled plastic bottles and are as good as traditional ones.
Each playable sweater has the exact number of bottles required to craft it, ranging from 36 to 46.
All application on the form is made by sublimation printing. The absence of patches and additional elements allows the sweater to be recycled again without additional manipulations.
The process of recycling a PET bottle into a hockey uniform takes place in 6 stages: separation of containers by color, cleaning, crushing of plastic into granules, remelting, stretching and fabrication.
Earlier, TATNEFT introduced a separate waste collection system at the home stadium of the Ak Bars HC - Tatneft Arena.
Nail Maganov, General Director of TATNEFT:
- We are glad that Ak Bars was the first in Russian hockey to start using recycled materials. We hope this will become a good trend for our sport, and together we will be able to influence positively on the state of the environment and instill a respectful attitude towards it. Ecology has always been and remains a priority direction of TATNEFT, the company pays special attention to preservation and restoration of nature.
The ability to use recycled materials in our work is an important step in our work to reduce our carbon footprint.
The team will compete in an alternative recycled plastic kit at the home site on weekends.
For the first time, Ak Bars will take to the ice in a new black uniform on November 14 in the match against Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk - the meeting will start at 17:00 Moscow time. The game will be dedicated to the oil industry of the Republic of Tatarstan.
Crude Oil Production Enterprises of the TATNEFT Group of Companies produced 2,177 thousand tonnes of crude oil in October with the production volume from the beginning of the year amounting to 21,725.8 thousand tonnes, which was 3,126 thousand tonnes less than during the same period in 2019.
The General Director and management of PJSC Tatneft held a virtual meeting with investors and analysts.
On 5 November 2020 the General Director of PJSC Tatneft Nail Maganov and top management of the Company held a virtual meeting with institutional investors and analysts.