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June 5, 2024: We commemorate a new World Environment Day

At Hidronor we contribute to the environment through our soil treatment and remediation services. 

This Wednesday, June 5, we commemorate a new World Environment Day, and this year the United Nations proposes focusing the date on land restoration, stopping desertification and strengthening resilience to drought under the motto “Our lands. Our future. We are the #RestorationGeneration”.

According to data from the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, up to 40% of the planet's land areas are degraded. Furthermore, the number and duration of drought periods have increased by 29% since 2000 and, if urgent action is not taken, droughts could affect more than three quarters of the world's population by 2050.

Likewise, one of the main impacts of industrial activity is the pollution produced by the dispersion, spill or transfer of dangerous substances that ultimately accumulate in the soils of industrial facilities.

At Hidronor we are aware of this problem. Therefore, we contribute to the environment through sampling, analysis, removal, treatment and/or recovery of the contaminated area. 

Before and during the process we carry out rigorous analytical controls that ensure the decontamination of the land. Finally, the place is left in optimal conditions for subsequent use, thus avoiding affecting the environment and people's health.

Furthermore, every year, at Hidronor we recover more than 20 thousand tons of water thanks to a physical chemical process which consists of neutralization reactions, from which we obtain water and dissolved salts that we subsequently use in our own processes for the treatment of solid waste in the inerting line.
Learn how we take care of our environment in the following video:


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