The principles of SUSTAINABILITY are protecting nature, using natural resources as energy, being economically viable, reliable and healthy for employees, society and consumers. Sustainability has 3 basic components. These components are environmental protection, economic growth and development. These concepts must be managed in a balanced manner to ensure sustainability.


Environmental Protection
As a basic principle, sustainability focuses on the fact that the resources in the environment and nature are exhaustible and therefore focuses on using these resources with rational approaches. The integrity and resilience of ecosystems are preserved.


Economic Growth
Sustainability focuses on achieving economic growth that will bring prosperity to societies without harming the environment. It aims to increase human welfare while increasing consumption of goods and services.


Social Development
Sustainability promotes social development, with a focus on achieving a satisfactory quality of health, life and education for all communities. In addition to enriching and strengthening human relationships, it enables people to achieve their individual and group goals. When all these components work together in harmony, the potential for meeting human wants and needs now and in the future is increased, resulting in sustainable development. According to the principles of sustainable development, society should not allow prosperity to decline over time.


Why Do We Care About Sustainability?
All living things are part of an ecosystem in which they interact with each other and with other non-living things. All parts of an ecosystem are indirectly interconnected. Therefore, if one part of the ecosystem is destroyed or damaged, there will be associated consequences in other parts. This destructive impact of human beings on the natural environment has overpowered the speed at which the natural environment heals itself, and at this point, the need to act without disturbing the balance of the ecosystem has emerged. For all these reasons, all businesses, primarily industrial enterprises, which cause the greatest negative impact on the ecosystem, should adopt the concept of sustainability and continue to increase their efforts to implement practices in this direction. From the point of view of businesses, sustainability can be realized by integrating the interests of the company with a management approach that does not conflict with social interests and that includes not only economic growth but also social and environmental issues in the company’s issues.


In cotton purchases, we privilege direct purchases from farmers and provide seed support to farmers for contract planting.
One of the most important conditions for the protection of agricultural areas is that producers’ agricultural activities have an economic value and that they can be paid this value. We act with this responsibility in our main field of activity, textiles, and at the same time provide training support to our farmers.