Frühjahrsputz in den Wesselinger Rheinauen: Mitarbeitende des Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland unterstützen NABU - Shell Pensionäre

Frühjahrsputz in den Wesselinger Rheinauen: Mitarbeitende des Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland unterstützen NABU

08. März 2022

Wesseling, 7. März 2022 − Aktiv anpacken für eine saubere Umwelt: Shell hat mit 35 Mitarbeitenden geholfen, rund um den Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland in Wesseling Müll zu sammeln. Die Shell Teams waren einer Unterstützungsanfrage der Umweltorganisation NABU aus Wesseling nachgekommen.

Ein besonderer Fokus des Frühlingsputzes lag auf dem Naturschutzgebiet Rheinauen. Insgesamt würden etliche Säcke voll Müll gesammelt und weiteres Sperrgut, wie beispielsweise Matratzen, alte Fernseher und Toiletten, welche rücksichtslos in die Natur geschmissen wurden. Der Shell Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland nahm das Sammelgut entgegen, um es fachgerecht zu entsorgen.

Hinrich Doering vom Naturschutzbund NABU und Organisator der Veranstaltung erklärt: „Neben Frieden und der schnellen Beendigung des für uns so bedrückenden Krieges im Herzen von Europa sind die Folgen des Klimawandels und des Artensterbens zwei Themen, die uns direkt betreffen und unser persönliches Engagement erfordern. Die NABU-Ortsgruppe Wesseling ist sehr froh, dass Mitarbeiter des Shell Standortes in Wesseling sich mit so einer großen Zahl an der diesjährigen Aktion beteiligen und auch die anschließende Müllsammelaktion der Bevölkerung tatkräftig unterstützen. Ein herzliches Dankeschön hierzu.“
„Es macht mich stolz, mit wie viel Engagement sich die Kolleginnen und Kollegen des Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland, vorneweg die Ausbildungsabteilung, an der Gemeinschaftsaktion beteiligt haben”, erläutert Jörg Nielsen, Corporate Relations Manager des Shell Energy and Chemicals Park. „Mit der Hilfsbereitschaft zeigen wir, wie wichtig es uns ist, ein guter Nachbar zu sein, der sich aktiv für eine saubere Umwelt einsetzt.”

Shell Mitarbeitende vor Beginn der Aufräumaktion

PRESSEKONTAKT:

Shell Deutschland GmbH
Jörg Nielsen
Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland ǀ Corporate Relations Manager
Tel: +49-(0)2236-75 78 49 ǀ Mobil: +49-(0)152 07 54 56 30
E-Mail:

@Shell_Germany

Zusatzinformationen:

Der Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland liegt im Kölner Süden. Bis zu 3.000 Beschäftigte produzieren hier rund zehn Prozent des in Deutschland verbrauchten Diesel- und Ottokraftstoffes, rund 15 Prozent des Kerosins sowie Produkte für die Chemische Industrie. Shell stellt derzeit an dem Standort im Rheinischen Revier wichtige Weichen für zukunftsweisende Energiewendeprojekte. Dazu zählen der neue Wasserstoff-Elektrolyseurs REFHYNE I, der Bau einer LNG-Anlage für CO2-neutralen Lkw-Treibstoff, eine geplante Produktionsstätte für nachhaltige Flugkraftstoffe sowie ein neues Gaskraftwerk. Zudem wird der Park sukzessive für externe Partner geöffnet, um mit ihnen gemeinsam an nachhaltigen Energielösungen und Chemieprodukten zu arbeiten.

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