Waste in Rome, Albano landfill reopening risks jumping: “Sureties never arrived”

Waste in Rome, Albano landfill reopening risks jumping: “Sureties never arrived”
Waste in Rome, Albano landfill reopening risks jumping: “Sureties never arrived”

At risk the opening of the landfill of Albano. Ecoambiente, the company that owns the plant, in a letter sent to the parties (Metropolitan City of Rome Capital, mayor Virginia Raggi, to the Ministry of Ecological Transaction, to the prefect of Rome and to the Lazio Region) informs that the guarantees necessary for the reopening of the site, they never arrived. And that for this reason “the transfer service scheduled for Monday 26 will not be guaranteed”. Raggi had signed on July 15 the ordinance for the reopening of the Albano landfill which should be used for the delivery of waste from the capital.

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“The insurance company has not yet made the formal transfer to Ecoambiente Srl of the surety policy, currently active for the operational management of the landfill located in Via Ardeatina Km. 24,640 – Albano Laziale (RM)”, writes Ecoambiente. There would therefore be no surety to proceed. For the reopening of the Albano landfill, from the beginning, the need arose to change the plant, since it was previously in service of the Tmb which was on fire.

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Waste Rome Albano landfill reopening risks jumping Sureties arrived

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