3 companies chosen to green the government

By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
March 28, 2010 20:09

 
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Three companies, Urbanics, BDO Ziv Haft, and Ilan Doron, have won the tender to green the government, the Environmental Protection Ministry said Sunday. The three companies will be responsible for mapping out what needs to be done, coming up with an individualized action plan for each ministry, and helping each ministry implement the plan.

The tender was proffered following a government decision from December 2009 to green the government ministries, both to encourage efficiency and become an example to industry.

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