Last week it was once again "Rama Dama" in Waldkraiburg. The term originates from the Bavarian language and means something like: "We clean up together". True to this motto, an initiative of the city of Waldkraiburg has been organising a clean-up campaign for more than ten years, in which citizens are called upon to actively beautify the cityscape in the spirit of environmental protection by removing litter and rubbish from public paths, playgrounds and roadsides. As a thank you, a small snack awaited the participants, provided as soon as possible.
Environmental and climate protection at NETZSCH
NETZSCH took part in the campaign for the first time this year. Unfortunately, after last year's event, it had to be cancelled at short notice due to the Corona crisis. Adhering to a strict hygiene concept, twelve apprentice were highly motivated when they grabbed their tongs and rubbish bags. "Thanks to their commitment, several streets and paths around the NETZSCH plants were cleaned and freed of rubbish within a few hours", says Johann Vetter, Head of Quality Management at NETZSCH, happily.
In addition to this campaign, the company has also supported several other environmental and climate protection initiatives because sustainability is a top priority for NETZSCH.