The week of 30 May to 5 June has taken place the EU Green Week, one of the biggest European events on the environment, which brings together important personalities to discuss European environmental policy.
This year’s edition was focused on the European Green Pact and what are the strategies for sustainable and transformative growth of companies, paying special attention to the circular economy, zero pollution and biodiversity.
Miranda de Ebro has been one of the two Spanish cities selected by the European Commission to host a business event focused on environmental issues because it has 15 business projects related to the Green Economy.
ALUCOIL participated in the event, represented by its General Manager, Belén Martín, who in her speech presented the many and diverse advantages of aluminium, the company’s raison d’être. She highlighted the magnificent recyclability properties of this material, demonstrating that aluminium is the perfect example of circular economy, sustainability and green future. She also pointed out the strict Quality and Environmental Management policies to which the company is subject, and thanks to which its products are internationally certified.
In her presentation, Belén Martín also presented to the attendees the Sunthalpy house, the first house in the world disconnected from the electricity grid for more than a year and 100% self-sufficient, whose air conditioning system is made with larcore® panels and covered with larson® panels manufactured by ALUCOIL.
ALUCOIL has a clear objective in the short, medium and long term: to take better and better care of people and the environment, offering advanced solutions in aluminium.