The Kafireas wind farm complex in Greece was awarded for its sustainable best practices
The Ecological Recycling Society has rewarded EGP Greece for the best practices in recycling excavated materials in construction work of Kafireas wind farm complex. A confirmation of the effectiveness of our sustainable worksite model.
Enel Green Power Hellas received a special award for the good practices related to recycling from the Ecological Recycling Society (Ecorec).
The Ecological Recycling Society has organized for the second year in row the EcoObservatory day under the subject: “Current and Future prospects of Recycling”.
Enel Green Power Hellas, in cooperation with the Collective Waste Recycling System company (SANKE), implements rigorous procedures for the alternative management of excavated and constructed waste generated by the construction activity in Kafireas project .
Kafireas wind farm complex: sustainability all-round
Kafireas project, located in the southern part of the island of Evia, in the town of Karystos, follows the standard of our Sustainable worksite that put in to effect the EGP approach based on our Creating Shared Value model.
The wind farm complex, once operational, in 2019, will have a total installed capacity of 154 MW and will be the largest wind farm in the country.
The award assigned to EGP Hellas confirms the effectiveness of our integrated approach to sustainability through the implementation of our CSV model.
In Enel Green Power sustainability is at the base of our business and provides support to the company for every choices and approaches in project development, design, construction and operation, focusing on protection the environment, rational use of resources, attention to health and safety, innovation, circular economy and to stakeholder interests.
Circular economy and environmental protection
The Ecological Recycling Society (Ecorec) is a non-governmental organization with over 25 years of experience in implementing sustainable waste management projects in Greece.
Ecorec was founded in 1990 with a specific vision: to promote waste prevention, re-use, recycling and composting activities as well as actions and policies supporting sustainable management of waste & natural resources within the framework of the circular economy at the local, national and EU levels.
In order to improve recycling performance rates and encourage best practices, Ecorec has launched the ambitious initiative of the Circular Economy ECO-Observatory.
The overall organization and operation concerns the systematic monitoring and evaluation of Sustainable waste management data in Greece, as well as the monitoring of International Best Available Techniques in waste management.