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Eroski and the value of the recycled oil

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The supermarket Eroski de Vilagarcía, located in Pablo Picasso, yesterday welcomed the act of delivery to the Society for or study of the natural and ethnographic heritage of a check of 1,856 euros obtained by the sale, to an authorized manager, of 11,603 litres of oil collected in the clean points of the establishments of Vegalsa. In this way, the company aims to contribute to caring for the environment and promoting the circular economy and sustainable development.

The company has created several collecting points within it stores to allow its customers to handle the used oil introduced as clean points, using some techniques the company reproduce the used oil in some other products either as direct or indirect forms. The company aims with this initiative to reduce the waste of resources and also to promote the circular economy.

Source: lavozdegalicia

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