Logo stampa
800 185 075 800 185 075
NEWS HEADLINES

Argentinian delegation visits waste-to-energy plant

Argentinian delegation visits waste-to-energy plant

A delegation of Argentinian officials from the city of Mendoza, guided by the Councillor for the Environment, yesterday visited the Forlì waste-to-energy plant – one of the most advanced in Europe in terms of operating standards and emission control – and the Enomondo biomass plant, the result of the partnership between Herambiente and Caviro, which recovers energy from waste produced by the wine-growing industry and from biomass obtained from waste management.

The visit forms part of a collaboration agreement between the Hera Group and the Mendoza company IMPSA (a specialist in renewable energy production and waste management) which, through Hera's Large Plants Division and Herambiente, provides for engineering and technical support to the Argentinian company for the construction of waste treatment plants in South America, both for material recovery and for electricity production.

 
Argentinian delegation visits waste-to-energy plant

The visit by the Mendoza authorities was prompted by IMPSA’s imminent application for approval to construct a waste-to-energy plant and a plant to produce energy from waste products from the wine industry, similar to the Enomondo facility, since the area around Mendoza is an important wine-growing region.

The collaboration confirms the international importance of the valuable know-how acquired by Hera in the construction and management of plants in the service of the environment.

 
Share this