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Romagna Compost: four certifications for San Carlo di Cesena composting plant

Romagna Compost: San Carlo di Cesena composting plant

The biodigestor plant controlled by the Herambiente subsidiary achieves another first as it obtains four certifications: UNI EN ISO 9001 for quality, UNI EN ISO 14001 for environmental management, OHSAS 18001 for safety and ISO 50001 for energy management.

Herambiente's San Carlo di Cesena composting plant has been awarded four certifications. The plant, controlled by subsidiary Romagna Compost, is the first of its kind in Italy to obtain this prestigious recognition from DNV Business Assurance, one of the world's leading independent certification bodies.
The plant produces high-quality compost and electricity using the organic component of separated waste.

Four certifications, including the recent ISO 50001 energy managementcertification
The four certifications, which were obtained by the San Carlo plant in close collaboration with Herambiente's Quality, Safety and Environment Department, are: UNI EN ISO 9001 for quality, UNI EN ISO 14001 for environmental management, OHSAS 18001 for safety and ISO 50001 for energy management.
While the first three are well known, the ISO 50001 energy management certification was introduced in 2011 to replace UNI CEI EN 16001, and rewards the latest international best practice in energy management, based on current national and regional regulations. The standard, which was developed over several years by energy management experts from over 60 countries, certifies that a company has a corporate-management system aimed at improving energy efficiency by reducing energy costs, greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact.
Herambiente will aim to achieve the same energy certification for some of its other plants in the near future, having already obtained the UNI EN ISO 9001, UNI EN ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certifications and EMAS registration for 17 sites, on which 34 of its main plants are in operation.

Renewable energy and compost from waste: why Herambiente is a national leader
With these certifications, the biodigestor plant has notched up another important first on top of its status as the only plant in Italy to use the innovative anaerobic digestion system, which, simulating a cow's digestion process, transforms waste into compost and electricity, all whilst emitting no odours.
Between 1 January 2010 and 30 June 2012, the San Carlo di Cesena composting plant produced 14,674 MWh of electricity (of which 5,106 was generated in 2010, 6,160 in 2011 and 3,408 at 30 June 2012), equivalent to 9% of the electricity consumed by Cesena households, and 7,944 tonnes of organic compost (2,400 in 2010, 4,700 in 2011 and 844 at 30 June 2012).
All of this was produced by recycling 94,281 tonnes of organic waste.
These are the figures from the Romagna Compost plant, which is unique in Italy and was named as one of the top 10 companies in the waste sector by the 2010 Sustainable Development Award committee at the Rimini Ecomondo Trade Fair.

The technology...of cows, introduced in Cesena for the first time in Italy
Romagna Compost
treats organic materials by simulating the mastication and digestion process of cows. More specifically, the plant disposes of organic waste resulting from separated collection, plant waste, and waste from the food processing and fruit and vegetable industries, animal breeding and the maintenance of green areas.
The ground-down waste is left in “garages” measuring 5 metres in height, 18 metres in length and 10 metres in width, for around 30 days at a temperature of 37°C. Bacteria similar to those found in a cow's stomach carry out the digestion process, producing biogas, a methane-based gas used to produce renewable energy.
When the digestion is complete, the material is sent for a brief phase of composting that enables it to be used as potting compost or as an agricultural fertiliser. The compost produced is also certified for organic farming.
One of the most important aspects of the process is that the bacteria used are capable of destroying all the substances that cause unpleasant odours, thus transforming a problem into an opportunity thanks to the production of a new source of energy.

Winning partnership between Hera and local businesses
Romagna Compost
S.r.l., located in San Carlo di Cesena, is 60% owned by Herambiente S.p.A. The remaining 40% of its share capital is held by a number of leading companies in Cesena's farming and agrofood sector: Amadori, Formula Servizi, CAC, Consorzio Agrario di Forlì-Cesena, Orogel and SFIR. The simultaneous presence of producers of organic waste, companies operating in waste collection and treatment (Hera) and end users of the compost (Consorzio Agrario) completes the compost production cycle, ensuring both a high-quality product (due to the quality of the matrices used) and appropriate channels for end consumption of the product.

Herambiente's biodigestor plant project: an investment of over Euro 40 million
Herambiente will begin to replicate the San Carlo model this year as part of a project that aims to build an anaerobic biodigestor plant in every province in the region where Hera Group manages environmental services.The chosen locations are: Rimini, Voltana (RA), Modena, Ostellato (FE) and Sant'Agata Bolognese (BO).
The construction work for the Rimini and Voltana plants is nearly complete, with the plants set to become operational later this year, while the authorisation process for the Modena and Sant'Agata Bolognese plants should be completed this year, with construction work due to begin in 2013. Following that, work is set to begin on the Ostellato plant.
The project as a whole will involve total investment of over Euro 40 million for Hera Group, bringing the region's capacity for renewable-energy generation to more than 32 million KWh per year. In practical terms, this will mean meeting the annual energy needs of over 35,000 people and saving 17,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions.

2012, International Year of Sustainable Energy for All
The biodigestor plant project is particularly significant in light of the fact that the General Assembly of the United Nations, acknowledging the importance of energy for sustainable development, has designated 2012 the “International Year of Sustainable Energy for All”. The UN aims to raise awareness about the importance of increasing opportunities to access sustainable energy, energy efficiency and renewable energy sources at the local, national and international level.

Romagna Compost Chairman: “Strategic plan to protect the environment and reduce dependency on fossil fuels”
“For a company with ties to the local area such as ours, these four certifications are extremely important”, explained Luciano Natali, Chairman of Romagna Compost. “This recognition from DNV Business Assurance once again reiterates our capacity to guarantee local residents the highest levels of safety when processing the organic component of separated waste.”

DNV General Manager: “Innovation for sustainability”
“The wide range of certifications obtained is part of this process that combines innovation and sustainability. We are proud to support Romagna Compost and Hera Group in this important project”, said Massimo Berlin, General Manager of DNV Business Assurance.

Note
DNV Business Assurance is one of the world's leading certification bodies. With 1,600 professionals worldwide and a complete range of certification, assessment and training services, it helps its clients to boost stakeholder confidence and to develop sustainable business on a global scale. DNV Business Assurance is part of DNV, an independent foundation set up in 1864, which currently has more than 10,000 professionals and 300 offices worldwide. In Italy, DNV Business Assurance has 10 offices and 250 employees. With a market share of 14%, it is the national leader in Italy in management system certification.

 
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Poker di certificazioni per l\'impianto di compostaggio di San Carlo di Cesena, gestito dalla controllata di Herambiente Romagna Compost e primo in Italia nel suo genere a ottenere questo prestigioso riconoscimento da DNV Business Assurance, uno dei principali enti di certificazione indipendente a livello mondiale.
Nell\'impianto, partendo dalla frazione organica della raccolta differenziata, si producono energia elettrica e compost di qualità.

Quattro certificazioni, fra cui la recente ISO 50001 energetica
Le 4 certificazioni, ottenute dall\'impianto di San Carlo in stretta collaborazione con la funzione QSA (Qualità, Sicurezza e Ambiente) di Herambiente, sono le seguenti: UNI EN ISO 9001 per la qualità, UNI EN ISO 14001 per l\'ambiente, OHSAS 18001 per la sicurezza e ISO 50001 per l\'energia.
Mentre le prime tre sono ben note, la certificazione energetica ISO 50001 è stata introdotta nel 2011 in sostituzione della UNI CEI EN 16001 e rappresenta l\'ultima best practice internazionale nella gestione dell\'energia, basata sulle normative nazionali e regionali vigenti. Lo standard, sviluppato nel corso di diversi anni da esperti in gestione energetica provenienti da oltre 60 Paesi, attesta un sistema di gestione aziendale volto al miglioramento dell\'efficienza energetica riducendo i costi energetici, le emissioni di gas ad effetto serra e gli impatti ambientali.
Lo stesso progetto di certificazione energetica coinvolgerà nel prossimo futuro altri impianti della società Herambiente, che ha già ottenuto le certificazioni Uni-En-Iso 9001, Uni-En-Iso 14001, Hosas 18001 e la registrazione Emas di 17 siti sui quali sono in esercizio 34 dei suoi impianti principali.

Energia rinnovabile e compost da rifiuti: le ragioni del primato nazionale
Il biodigestore aggiunge così un altro importante primato a quello di essere l\'unico impianto a livello nazionale ad utilizzare l\'innovativo sistema della digestione anaerobica che, simulando quella della mucca, trasforma i rifiuti (a zero odori) in compost ed energia elettrica.
Dal 1° gennaio 2010 al 30 giugno 2012 l\'impianto di compostaggio di San Carlo di Cesena ha prodotto 14.674 MWh di energia elettrica (di cui 5.106 nel 2010, 6.160 nel 2011 e 3.408 al 30 giugno 2012), pari al 9% di quella consumata dai cittadini di Cesena per consumi domestici, e 7.944 tonnellate di compost biologico (2.400 nel 2010 , 4.700 nel 2011 e 844 al 30 giugno 2012).
Il tutto grazie al riciclaggio di 94.281 tonnellate di rifiuti organici.
Sono questi i numeri dell\'impianto di Romagna Compost, unico in Italia e segnalato tra le prime 10 aziende per il settore rifiuti dalla Commissione per il "Premio Sviluppo sostenibile 2010" nell\'ambito della Fiera Ecomondo di Rimini.

La tecnologia...della mucca, introdotta a Cesena per la prima volta in Italia
Romagna Compost
tratta i materiali di natura organica simulando il processo di masticazione e digestione della mucca. In particolare vengono smaltiti rifiuti organici da raccolta differenziata, rifiuti di industrie conserviere e ortofrutticole, di attività zootecniche, di manutenzione del verde e scarti lignocellulosici.
Il rifiuto triturato staziona in "garage" alti 5 metri, lunghi 18 e larghi 10, per circa 30 giorni a 37°C. I batteri, uguali a quelli dello stomaco delle mucche, compiono il processo di digestione producendo biogas, un gas a base di metano utilizzato per produrre l\'energia rinnovabile.
Al termine della digestione il materiale è avviato a una fase di compostaggio che ne consente l\'utilizzo finale come terriccio per vasi o come fertilizzante in agricoltura. Il compost prodotto è certificato per agricoltura biologica. E\' molto importante sottolineare come i batteri utilizzati siano capaci di demolire tutte le sostanze che causano i cattivi odori, trasformando così il problema in opportunità, grazie alla produzione di nuova risorsa energetica.

Partnership vincente fra Hera e le imprese del territorio
Romagna Compost srl
, ubicata a San Carlo di Cesena, è controllata al 60% da Herambiente spa. Il restante 40% del capitale è detenuto da primarie aziende del settore agricolo e agroalimentare cesenate: Amadori, Formula Servizi, Cac, Consorzio Agrario di Forlì-Cesena, Orogel, Sfir. La contemporanea presenza di società produttrici di rifiuti organici, società operanti nella raccolta e trattamento rifiuti (Hera) e utilizzatori ultimi del compost (Consorzio Agrario), consente di chiudere il ciclo di produzione del compost, garantendo sia un prodotto con elevate caratteristiche qualitative (dovute all\'ottima qualità delle matrici utilizzate), sia idonei canali di utilizzo finale del prodotto.

Il Progetto Biodigestori di Herambiente: in investimento di oltre 40 milioni di Euro
Già quest\'anno il modello di San Carlo inizierà ad essere replicato. Ciò grazie al progetto di Herambiente sui biodigestori anaerobici, finalizzato a realizzare impianti di questo tipo in ciascuna provincia della regione in cui il Gruppo Hera gestisce i servizi ambientali. Le località prescelte sono: Rimini, Voltana (RA), Modena, Ostellato (FE) e Sant\'Agata Bolognese (BO).
Rimini e Voltana, i cui lavori di realizzazione sono in fase avanzata, saranno operativi già nel corso del 2012, mentre per Modena e Sant\'Agata Bolognese l\'iter autorizzativo dovrebbe concludersi entro l\'anno in corso, per dare il via ai cantieri partire dal 2013. Successivamente è prevista la partenza delle attività finalizzate alla realizzazione dell\'impianto di Ostellato.
L\'intero progetto comporterà per il Gruppo Hera un investimento complessivo di oltre 40 milioni di euro e doterà il territorio di una produzione potenziale di energia elettrica rinnovabile pari a oltre 32 milioni di KWh annui. In termini pratici, ciò significherà soddisfare il fabbisogno energetico annuo di oltre 35.000 persone e risparmiando l\'emissione in atmosfera di 17.000 ton. di CO2.

2012, Anno Internazionale dell\'energia sostenibile per tutti
Il Progetto Biodigestori assume particolare valenza anche considerando che l\'Assemblea Generale delle Nazioni Unite, riconoscendo l\'importanza dell\'energia per lo sviluppo sostenibile, ha designato il 2012 come "Anno Internazionale dell\'energia sostenibile per tutti". Obiettivo dell\'ONU è la sensibilizzazione riguardo l\'importanza di aumentare le opportunità di accesso all\'energia sostenibile, all\'efficienza energetica e alle fonti di energia rinnovabile a livello locale, nazionale e internazionale.

Natali di Romagna Compost: "Progetto strategico che tutela l\'ambiente e riduce la dipendenza da fonti fossili"
"Queste quattro certificazioni, per una società legata al territorio come la nostra, sono di enorme importanza - spiega Luciano Natali, presidente di Romagna Compost - Il riconoscimento di Dnv Business Assurance sancisce ancora una volta la nostra capacità di garantire ai cittadini la massima sicurezza nella valorizzazione di tutta la frazione organica raccolta in modo differenziato".

Berlin di DNV: "Innovazione per la sostenibilità"
"L\'ampio ventaglio di certificazioni ottenute è parte di questo processo che coniuga innovazione e sostenibilità. Siamo orgogliosi di aver affiancato Romagna Compost e il Gruppo Hera in questo importante progetto" ha commentato Massimo Berlin, Direttore Generale di DNV Business Assurance.

Note
DNV Business Assurance
è uno dei principali enti di certificazione a livello mondiale. Con 1600 professionisti in tutto il mondo e un\'offerta completa di servizi di certificazione, assessment e formazione, aiuta i propri clienti a rafforzare il rapporto di fiducia con gli stakeholder e a lavorare nell\'ottica di uno sviluppo di business sostenibile su scala globale. DNV Business Assurance è parte di DNV, fondazione indipendente costituita nel 1864, che oggi conta più di 10.000 professionisti e 300 uffici in tutto il mondo. In Italia, DNV Business Assurance è presente con 10 sedi operative e 250 dipendenti. Con una quota di mercato pari al 14%, è leader nel mercato italiano della certificazione dei sistemi di gestione.

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Altro primato per il biodigestore, gestito dalla controllata di Herambiente, per aver ottenuto ben 4 certificazioni: UNI EN ISO 9001 per la qualità, UNI EN ISO 14001 per l\'ambiente, OHSAS 18001 per la sicurezza e ISO 50001 per l\'energia.

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The biodigestor plant controlled by the Herambiente subsidiary achieves another first as it obtains four certifications: UNI EN ISO 9001 for quality, UNI EN ISO 14001 for environmental management, OHSAS 18001 for safety and ISO 50001 for energy management.

Herambiente\'s San Carlo di Cesena composting plant has been awarded four certifications. The plant, controlled by subsidiary Romagna Compost, is the first of its kind in Italy to obtain this prestigious recognition from DNV Business Assurance, one of the world\'s leading independent certification bodies.
The plant produces high-quality compost and electricity using the organic component of separated waste.

Four certifications, including the recent ISO 50001 energy managementcertification
The four certifications, which were obtained by the San Carlo plant in close collaboration with Herambiente\'s Quality, Safety and Environment Department, are: UNI EN ISO 9001 for quality, UNI EN ISO 14001 for environmental management, OHSAS 18001 for safety and ISO 50001 for energy management.
While the first three are well known, the ISO 50001 energy management certification was introduced in 2011 to replace UNI CEI EN 16001, and rewards the latest international best practice in energy management, based on current national and regional regulations. The standard, which was developed over several years by energy management experts from over 60 countries, certifies that a company has a corporate-management system aimed at improving energy efficiency by reducing energy costs, greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact.
Herambiente will aim to achieve the same energy certification for some of its other plants in the near future, having already obtained the UNI EN ISO 9001, UNI EN ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certifications and EMAS registration for 17 sites, on which 34 of its main plants are in operation.

Renewable energy and compost from waste: why Herambiente is a national leader
With these certifications, the biodigestor plant has notched up another important first on top of its status as the only plant in Italy to use the innovative anaerobic digestion system, which, simulating a cow\'s digestion process, transforms waste into compost and electricity, all whilst emitting no odours.
Between 1 January 2010 and 30 June 2012, the San Carlo di Cesena composting plant produced 14,674 MWh of electricity (of which 5,106 was generated in 2010, 6,160 in 2011 and 3,408 at 30 June 2012), equivalent to 9% of the electricity consumed by Cesena households, and 7,944 tonnes of organic compost (2,400 in 2010, 4,700 in 2011 and 844 at 30 June 2012).
All of this was produced by recycling 94,281 tonnes of organic waste.
These are the figures from the Romagna Compost plant, which is unique in Italy and was named as one of the top 10 companies in the waste sector by the 2010 Sustainable Development Award committee at the Rimini Ecomondo Trade Fair.

The technology...of cows, introduced in Cesena for the first time in Italy
Romagna Compost
treats organic materials by simulating the mastication and digestion process of cows. More specifically, the plant disposes of organic waste resulting from separated collection, plant waste, and waste from the food processing and fruit and vegetable industries, animal breeding and the maintenance of green areas.
The ground-down waste is left in “garages” measuring 5 metres in height, 18 metres in length and 10 metres in width, for around 30 days at a temperature of 37°C. Bacteria similar to those found in a cow\'s stomach carry out the digestion process, producing biogas, a methane-based gas used to produce renewable energy.
When the digestion is complete, the material is sent for a brief phase of composting that enables it to be used as potting compost or as an agricultural fertiliser. The compost produced is also certified for organic farming.
One of the most important aspects of the process is that the bacteria used are capable of destroying all the substances that cause unpleasant odours, thus transforming a problem into an opportunity thanks to the production of a new source of energy.

Winning partnership between Hera and local businesses
Romagna Compost
S.r.l., located in San Carlo di Cesena, is 60% owned by Herambiente S.p.A. The remaining 40% of its share capital is held by a number of leading companies in Cesena\'s farming and agrofood sector: Amadori, Formula Servizi, CAC, Consorzio Agrario di Forlì-Cesena, Orogel and SFIR. The simultaneous presence of producers of organic waste, companies operating in waste collection and treatment (Hera) and end users of the compost (Consorzio Agrario) completes the compost production cycle, ensuring both a high-quality product (due to the quality of the matrices used) and appropriate channels for end consumption of the product.

Herambiente\'s biodigestor plant project: an investment of over Euro 40 million
Herambiente will begin to replicate the San Carlo model this year as part of a project that aims to build an anaerobic biodigestor plant in every province in the region where Hera Group manages environmental services.The chosen locations are: Rimini, Voltana (RA), Modena, Ostellato (FE) and Sant\'Agata Bolognese (BO).
The construction work for the Rimini and Voltana plants is nearly complete, with the plants set to become operational later this year, while the authorisation process for the Modena and Sant\'Agata Bolognese plants should be completed this year, with construction work due to begin in 2013. Following that, work is set to begin on the Ostellato plant.
The project as a whole will involve total investment of over Euro 40 million for Hera Group, bringing the region\'s capacity for renewable-energy generation to more than 32 million KWh per year. In practical terms, this will mean meeting the annual energy needs of over 35,000 people and saving 17,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions.

2012, International Year of Sustainable Energy for All
The biodigestor plant project is particularly significant in light of the fact that the General Assembly of the United Nations, acknowledging the importance of energy for sustainable development, has designated 2012 the “International Year of Sustainable Energy for All”. The UN aims to raise awareness about the importance of increasing opportunities to access sustainable energy, energy efficiency and renewable energy sources at the local, national and international level.

Romagna Compost Chairman: “Strategic plan to protect the environment and reduce dependency on fossil fuels”
“For a company with ties to the local area such as ours, these four certifications are extremely important”, explained Luciano Natali, Chairman of Romagna Compost. “This recognition from DNV Business Assurance once again reiterates our capacity to guarantee local residents the highest levels of safety when processing the organic component of separated waste.”

DNV General Manager: “Innovation for sustainability”
“The wide range of certifications obtained is part of this process that combines innovation and sustainability. We are proud to support Romagna Compost and Hera Group in this important project”, said Massimo Berlin, General Manager of DNV Business Assurance.

Note
DNV Business Assurance is one of the world\'s leading certification bodies. With 1,600 professionals worldwide and a complete range of certification, assessment and training services, it helps its clients to boost stakeholder confidence and to develop sustainable business on a global scale. DNV Business Assurance is part of DNV, an independent foundation set up in 1864, which currently has more than 10,000 professionals and 300 offices worldwide. In Italy, DNV Business Assurance has 10 offices and 250 employees. With a market share of 14%, it is the national leader in Italy in management system certification.

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