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Guided tours

Guided tours

Herambiente Group´s plants for processing municipal and special waste, including hazardous waste, allow all requirements to be met for appropriate management of the entire quantity produced, in addition to meeting the growing service demands of the local and national economy. Herambiente carries out its waste management operations and its material and energy recovery activities without prejudicing the quality of the surrounding environment. Herambiente conducts its activities with the fullest respect for the territory in which it operates, and adopts the solutions with the lowest overall impact on the environment at every stage of the treatment process. All treatment plants are subjected to rigorous monitoring, the results of which are made public through environmental declarations.

Our aim is to raise public awareness
aboutour plants as an effective waste-management solution by providing guided tours of the plants.
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Visit the waste-to-energy plant
  • Visit the waste-to-energy plant

    Waste-to-energy plants are an essential component for the processing and energy recovery of waste that cannot be usefully recycled as materials.
    The performance and significant technological level they have reached, partly thanks to strict European and domestic environmental rules issued to regulate their operations, make them an indispensable component of the entire industrial process associated with the integrated waste cycle.

    Direct experience with a technology as complex as waste-to-energy production can be an effective tool for those who want to learn more about it.
    Our aim is to increase the general public's knowledge about waste-to-energy production as one of the solutions for proper waste management.

    Our plant is visited by many different groups: delegations of technicians, schools, various types of associations and residents from the surrounding municipalities.
    Guided tours of the plant can be booked by completing the booking form or calling 051-4225414.

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