EMGRISA has collaborated with the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge in the preparation of the National Plan for Wastewater Treatment, Sanitation, Efficiency, Savings and Reuse (DSEAR Plan) whose final and consolidated version was approved by Order TED/801/2021, of July 14. The Plan is shaped as a governance instrument that aims to incorporate, in the River Basin Management Plans of the third cycle (2022-2027), improved procedures and work methodologies aligned and focused on meeting the objectives of the hydrological planning, mainly in the areas of wastewater treatment, sanitation and reuse of reclaimed water. The Plan reviews the strategies and actions that define water policy in these areas, seeking to align them with the policies related to the European Green Deal, and the national policies for the ecological transition and the demographic challenge.
The Plan is the result of an important joint and coordinated effort, developed under the leadership of the Hydrological Planning Department of the General Water Directorate. The technical work has been reinforced by an extensive participatory process that included its public consultation process open to stakeholders and affected administrations, the holding of face-to-face workshops and a final presentation webinar, and a web-survey. Moreover, the DSEAR Plan has been subject to an ordinary strategic environmental assessment procedure.
The technical reports and complementary documentation can be consulted at https://www.miteco.gob.es/es/agua/temas/planificacion-hidrologica/planificacion-hidrologica/planes-programas-relacionados/ , in addition to the informative materials generated: video, book in Spanish and English (the cover of which is accompanying this news item) and a A0 size Poster
Enagás and Emgrisa (Empresa para la Gestión de Residuos Industriales, S.A., S.M.E., M.P.) Collaborate together to develop biomethane. For this, both companies are working on a feasibility study in one of Emgrisa’s waste treatment plants, located in the municipality of Juzbado, in Salamanca. The objective is to modify this facility to produce biomethane from the biogas that is currently being generated in it.
ENAC renews Emgrisa´s accreditation services and extends scope to the Quantitative Risk Analisys (QRA).
Participation of Emgrisa in the final Workshop of the project “Minamata Initial Assessment” for Western African countries
Emgrisa participated in the workshop at the end of the project – Minamata Initial Assessment – for Western African countries, which took place in Dakar (Senegal) between the 12th and 14th of December 2017. Its main objective was to share experiences and lessons learned in the early stages of the implementation of the Minamata Convention on the protection of human health and the environment from the adverse effects of mercury.
Perumin-Mining Convention is one of the main global events within mining sector. The event is organised by the Institute of Mining Engineers of Peru which was founded in 1943 and whose aim is to promote and carry out activities that contribute to the professional and technical development of the mining sector.
Emgrisa has changed its headquarters and we are now located in C/ Santiago Rusiñol, 12, 28040 Madrid.