In the new episode of ‘EU with YOU’ we talk about a green project in Sardinia, to modernise the area’s incinerator, promoting energy sustainability.
A waste-to-energy plant is a particular type of incinerator, which uses the combustion of so-called Municipal Solid Waste, i.e. non-recyclable waste from households. The term ‘revamping’, on the other hand, actually means ‘modernisation process’, which takes place by means of a refurbishment of the plants.
The waste-to-energy plant in question is located in the Zona Industriale Tossilo, in the Province of Nuoro, more precisely in Macomer. The modernisation operations will be carried out by the Padua-based company Area Impianti S.P.A., with the contribution of EUR 42 million allocated, which will also come from European funds, such as: the Cohesion and Development Fund, which in turn is part of the 2014-2020 Action and Cohesion Plan (CAP), but also from the Sardinia Region.
The project was launched on 20 June 2016. But at what stage is its revamping process?
Find out more about this project with “EU with YOU”: https://podcast.areanews24.it/podcast/areanews-eufactor.htm
“EU with YOU” is the Eu Factor Next podcast produced by Raduni, the Association of Italian University Radio Operators, to tell citizens first-hand how European funding is spent. In each episode the podcast will tell the story of a project funded by the European Union and its Cohesion Policy on the national territory.