TREATMENT OF INERT WASTE

THE VALORIZATION OF WASTE IS PART OF OUR SOCIAL COMMITMENT

TREATMENT OF INERT WASTE

Following the sustainable growth and expansion of the quarry at Herrera de Camargo, Candesa Group was left with a large area to reinstate it with its original and natural features, filling the space with inert waste.  The company has all the necessary licenses and adheres to the legal requirements needed for this type of activity. The site, near to the Bay of Santander makes it an ideal location for this method of treatment and the depositing of inert waste that is generated within this environment.

Photo: Aerial view of the quarry site and the waste treatment area, near to the Bay of Santander

With the ongoing transformation of modern society and our sense of duty to the environment it is even more important that ‘regulated areas’ are used to deposit inert waste which society creates on a daily basis. This specifically, over time makes society more aware and informed of this type of waste. Owing to our extractive activity in the quarry, Candesa Group has made this area readily available to society, particularly for the growing local population. Candesa Group will be able to hold nearly 6 million cubic metres of inert waste and also (CDR’s) construction and demolition residues.

  • Treatment of inert residues
  • Recovery of residues
  • The recovery of residues, is part of our social commitment

Inert waste

Management of the residues in the quarry extractive industries and protection and rehabilitation of the areas affected by mining activities.

  • Residues from the extraction of non-metal minerals (code LER 010102)
  • Residues from crushing aggregates different to the mentioned in code 010407 (code 010408)

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Production and management from construction and demolition residues in the region of Cantabria.

  • Soil and stones different to the specified in code 170503 (code LER 170504)
  • Scrap material from mechanical treatment plants from construction and demolition residues (code LER 191212)

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