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February Ordinary Assembly Meeting Held In Tutso

Faruk Aydin, president of TUTSO, said: "We have submitted complaints about Waste Water, domestic Solid Waste Disposal tariff from our members to the Ministry"

Turgutlu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TUTSO), February 2021 Ordinary Assembly meeting Coronavirus (Kovid-19) measures were held in the form of video conferences.

The regular assembly meeting in February 2021, which was held by Video conference method, began with the opening speech of Yavuz Semizler, the speaker of the TUTSO Assembly.

It was approved by the Parliament by reading the minutes of the parliament for January 2021. The confirmation of the trial balance for January 2021 was unanimously adopted.

Faruk Aydin, chairman of the board of Directors of TUTSO, who made a statement in the explanations section of the board of directors, gave information about the work of the room.

Aydin " we distributed 65 tablets with The Little Fingers campaign"

The Union of Chambers and commodity exchanges of Turkey (TOBB), which was initiated by "little fingers" tablet tablet PCs within the scope of the distribution campaign chairman Faruk Aydin 65 TUTSO indicating you've delivered, "little fingers in the month of January, which was initiated by TOBB, TOBB 55 campaign Tablets, tablet PCs was donated to a total of 10 rooms 65 using our resources. 10 of them were delivered to the Ahmetli National Education Directorate and 55 to the Turgutlu national education directorates for transfer to our children who need computer tablet support in distance education. Let our students use their tablets goodbye. Our president of the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey, who leads us in the field of educational support, M. I thank Rifat Hisarcıklıoğlu," he said.

Aydin "Debt Configuration Continues"

"The related configuration process is ongoing; our members who want to take advantage of the configuration opportunity until Monday, 01.03.2021, can apply to our room and make their payments by configuring their debts through our room's web page," said TUTSO Chairman Faruk Aydin.

Aydin "We Have Submitted Complaints About Waste Water, Domestic Solid Waste Disposal Tariff From Our Members To The Ministry"

TUTSO Chairman Faruk Aydin stated that they received a large number of complaints due to the Solid Waste Disposal tariff, Turgutlu and Manisa Municipality, TOBB and the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning said that they had held talks on this issue.

Aydin "we continue to work on complaints and suggestions from our members. In January 2021, we started working with TOBB and the Ministry of Environment urbanization on complaints about solid waste costs. As a result of these studies, the regulation amending the regulation on the procedures and principles to be applied in determining the tariffs of domestic Solid Waste Berteraf facilities of wastewater infrastructure was published and the Provisional 1 on the compliance process of the regulation. By amending the article, the adaptation process was determined as 31.12.2021. As a result of our negotiations with the Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning and TOBB, it was stated that the relevant application was postponed until 31.12.2021 with the amendment of this article. Our work on this issue continues," he said.

Aydin " New Issue Of Our Town Economy Magazine Is Published"

President Aydin, who stated that vaccination work has started all over the country, said that his wishes are that vaccination work is completed quickly and that all economic restrictions, especially in closed workplaces, will be lifted and the days of economic revival will come. Especially our businesses such as coffee shop restaurant, wedding hall, carpet field business have suffered great wounds in this process. Consumption habits in the retail sector have changed. We have an obligation to keep up with changes by following all these changes and processes well. We have published a new issue of our town Economy Magazine, which includes the effects of Kovid-19 on our district and country and the changes that have occurred," he said.