The construction work involved a contract worth over 2 million euros and was inaugurated today by the Chairman of Suldouro’s Board of Directors, Miguel Lisboa, and was attended by the Minister of the Environment, João Pedro Matos Fernandes.
Over the last year, Efacec supplied and assembled all the electromechanical equipment and electrical and automation installations, commissioning, start-up and verification of performance guarantees.
Efacec’s intervention will allow increasing the response capacity of waste sorting for the project horizon by increasing the processing hourly output; increasing efficiency in the separation of target materials and, consequently, increasing the recycling rates of these materials as well as improving hygiene, safety and environmental conditions in operational processes, compared to manual sorting conditions.
For Fernando Vaz, Efacec’s Executive Director, responsible for Operations, “This is another benchmark project for Efacec, the second major project with Suldouro that took place under very challenging conditions and that was only possible with close collaboration between all companies and other partners involved, particularly with Cimave. It is a project that makes us very proud, fully aligned with our Purpose “Creating a smarter future, for a better life” and of the utmost importance for the national recycling targets to be achieved”.
For Miguel Lisboa, Chairman of the Suldouro Board of Directors: ” these investments allow us to affirm that Suldouro is committed to meeting the country’s demanding targets and that the new investment cycle 2022-2024 will allow us to continue with the ambitious goals defined for the management of waste and resources”.
With a comprehensive presence in the Energy, Mobility and Environment value chain, Efacec operates as a supplier of solutions and integrated EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) systems and O&M (Operations & Maintenance) services partner. Efacec is present in strategic markets such as Europe, the United States, Latin America, Asia, the Middle East, the Maghreb and Sub-Saharan Africa.