The Maresme Waste Consortium starts a new year together with the Circular and Green Economy Working Group of the Cities and Towns towards Sustainability Network

The working group aims to be a space for discussion and debate, on a Catalan-wide scale, to promote circularity practices. The Maresme Waste Consortium is part of the Circular and Green Economy Working Group of the Cities and Towns towards Sustainability Network. A space for the exchange of experiences and knowledge, and of training and…

The Chair on Circular Economy is presented at the TecnoCampus

The TecnoCampus presents the Chair on Circular Economy and Sustainability, promoted by the patronage of the Maresme Consortium for Waste and Aigües de Mataró. On Friday 5 February, the TecnoCampus presented what is the third university-business chair to be launched since the inauguration of the park. This is the Chair of Circular Economy and Sustainability,…

Carles Salesa presents the public-private partnership model of the Mataró-Maresme Circular Park as a success story in an on-line seminar

The Mataró-Maresme Circular Park’s proposal for collaboration between the administration and the private sector has a number of features that make it highly innovative. The director of the Maresme Waste Consortium, Carles Salesa, spoke last Tuesday afternoon in the online seminar “Public-private collaboration in public service companies: success stories”. The activity was organised by the…

The Maresme Integral Centre for Waste Recovery is producing emissions at under 20% of the legal limit during the COVID crisis

The main continuous indicator of the presence of chlorinated products, necessary for the formation of dioxins, has decreased even more during the treatment of sanitary waste since the end of March, according to a specific study carried out by the Eurecat   The Maresme Integral Centre for Waste Recovery has lowered the production of dioxins…

​The Consortium takes on the management of hospital waste from more than 30 centres in various Catalan counties

Depending on the evolution of the pandemic and lockdown, the authorities are not ruling out the possibility that more hospitals will have to divert their waste to the Mataró plant The Maresme Consortium for Municipal Solid Waste Treatment has taken on the management of waste from hospitals in the Maresme, Barcelonès (incorporating a large part…

The Consortium makes a video to thank the professionals who continue at the plant during the lockdown

The President of the Consortium, David Bote, expresses his gratitude for the essential work being done at this crucial time The Consortium’s professionals soldier on, despite the global COVID19 pandemic, because now more than ever their waste management task is fundamental for society. As the President of the Consortium, David Bote explains, it’s a task…

The Consortium celebrates World Environmental Education Day with its best ever figures for the guided tour programme ‘Un Volt als Residus’

There has been a notable increase in visits to the plant, participation in workshops and presence at educational fairs Sunday 26th of January was World Environmental Education Day and for the Maresme Consortium for Municipal Solid Waste Treatment, this day arrived after by far the best year, in terms of impact, of the environmental education…

The new automatic glass recovery line at The Maresme Integral Centre for Waste Recovery triples the results in comparison with the first part of 2019

The entity is working to improve safety conditions and comfort without losing efficiency, with the aim of continuing to increase the recovery percentage The new automatic line for glass recovery from residual waste has tripled the recovery percentages for this material in comparison with the first part of the year 2019. Specifically, last November, 224.1…