A ten-year accumulation of previous mattress mattresses is being faraway from Santa Pola’s eco-park and brought to Europe’s solely plant devoted to mattress recycling.
Over 45,000 mattresses are being taken away by the ecoAqua firm.
Lorries are transferring the mattresses to the recycling plant 100 kilometres away at Ontinyent in Valencia Province.
The plant will recycle 100% of the mattresses via utilizing pressurised water.
Francisco Larrey, director of ecoAgua, stated: “The Valencian Neighborhood is the primary in Europe to make use of a complete mattress recycling system.”
“We recycle one mattress per minute and handle to get well all of the elements and return them to the market. It’s a sustainable motion and we additionally keep away from potential fires in conventional storage and recycling”, he added.
Santa Pola mayor, Loreto Serrano, stated: “It’s a essential day for Santa Pola as a result of we’re fixing an issue that has been round for a few years and was collapsing the and that the eco-park was collapsing.”
“Santa Pola is the primary city within the area to make use of this ecological recycling system”.
The ecoAqua firm will spend round eight months recycling the entire Santa Pola mattresses.