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PORTUGAL
RESULIMA’S FACILITY
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
The cell’s construction works are budgeted
at 2 million euros and their completion is expected for the summer.
Filipa Pantaleão, EGF’s Head of the International Area, was the company’s representative at the discussion on the sector’s future, which was held on
19 April, and expressed the company’s position by stating the need to ensure fairness in the redistribution of the
goals among all the Waste Management Systems in Portugal, as well as to ensure its ful llment not to be postponed for two years.
Last September, Resulima awarded the works for the beginning of the implementation of the project of the future Urban Waste Containment, Preparation and Treatment Unit, in the parish of Paradela, municipality
of Barcelos.
The contract now launched concerns the construction of one of this unit’s features – the support land ll (cell 2) – whose investment is estimated to cost around
2 million euros and which should be completed in the summer of 2018.
Two more contracts will be executed
on site, one concerning the construction of a mechanical and biological treatment unit (MBT), and the other concerning an automated sorting centre (CTA – central de triagem automatizada), projects that recently received approval from
PO SEUR for access to Community co‐ nancing.
The MBT tender has a base price
of 21.5 million euros and is now undergoing international public tender. In turn, a base investment of around 3.3 million euros is expected in the CTA. It is expected that the beginning of the construction works
of these two infrastructures will take
place by the end of this year, and their completion should happen in 2020.
This way, Resulima will, in the future, have more modern infrastructure that will enable managing as resources
the urban waste produced by the more than 300 thousand inhabitants of its area of action, contributing to achieving
the ambitious goals set for the company in PERSU 2020 (Strategic Plan for Urban Waste).
Resulima will, in the future, have more modern infrastructure that will enable managing as resources the urban waste produced by the more than 300 thousand inhabitants.
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