At the Drambon Ecocentre in France, the new treatment and recycling facility for polluted soil was opened today in the presence of Jean-Marc Boursier, Deputy CEO of SUEZ in charge of Recycling and Recovery activities in Northern Europe and of Finance, Departmental Council President Mr. François Sauvadet, Joël Abbey, Mayor of Pontailler-sur-Saône and Michel Couturier, Mayor of Drambon. Larger and more modern, it provides greater treatment capacity for polluted soil and favours reuse in new recycling schemes. Moreover, in partnership with ENGIE, in the first quarter of 2019, the site will welcome a photovoltaic plant which will supply electricity to 4,500 homes.
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