by ERP ES

ERP defends the importance of the correct WEEE management at the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM)

  • In the Environmental Geology and Geochemistry course on contaminated soil

ERP’s Director of Operations in Spain and Portugal, Matias Rodrigues, spoke at “Environmental Geometry and Geochemistry: Contamination and Recovery of Soils” course delivered in late May at the Autonomous University Madrid, as part of the 17th UNESCO International Summer Course on Earth Sciences.

Rodrigues explained to students present that challenges facing the circular economy in the context of the correct management of WEEE and the importance of prevention. Specifically, the legal framework for the collection and processing of this type of waste both in Spain and in the EU, highlighting the maximums that apply, and the need to preserve and improve the quality of the environment, protect human health, guarantee the prudent, efficient and rational use of natural resources and, of course, promote the principles of the circular economy.