Sacyr´s Board of Directors approves sustainability policy framework21/10/2020
Sacyr’s Board of Directors has approved the new Sustainability Policy Framework, which supersedes the existing Corporate Social Responsibility Policy. The Policy Framework ensures that all group activities promote the creation of long-term value for the company, our shareholders and every stakeholder and comply with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
The new Policy—advocated by the Board, the body responsible for approving the multinational’s sustainability policies—creates an adequate framework for Sacyr to position sustainability as the cornerstone of its Strategic Plan.
The Sustainability and Corporate Governance Commission and the Sustainability Committee are tasked with proposing, implementing, and supervising all initiatives undertaken by the group in this field.
With its efforts in sustainability and its collaborations with stakeholders, Sacyr aims to fight climate change, promote diversity, and facilitate a work/life balance, while safeguarding health and safety and ensuring a positive social impact.
Record participation in Sacyr Ichallenges 2020 with 270 proposals15/09/2020
The third edition of the Sacyr iChallenges program has been well received, closing the submission phase with a total of 270 proposals, 40% more than the 192 received in the last edition.
In total, Sacyr iChallenges received proposals from 39 countries, including Spain with 73 new submissions, the United States with 30, and the United Kingdom with 20. Moreover, in Latin America, where Sacyr has a large presence, the company received 26 proposals from Colombia, Chile, Peru, and Mexico.
Sacyr iChallenges is one of the pillars of Sacyr’s digital transformation and innovation strategy, based on a commitment to teamwork and joint creation with innovators on a global scale.
With this open innovation program, Sacyr is looking for partners with whom to promote sustainable solutions that improve the quality of citizens’ lives through better infrastructure and services.
In this edition of Sacyr iChallenges, four business challenges are posed: i) to automate site monitoring, ii) to anticipate the geotechnical behavior of terrain, iii) to measure and report the carbon footprint of Scope 3, and iv) Vision Zero for lane closures.
The Sacyr Foundation partners with non-governmental organisations in Latin America to address COVID-19 needs08/09/2020
The Sacyr Foundation has established collaboration agreements with various NGOs to address the urgent need for basic essentials triggered by COVID-19 in Latin America.
The collaboration initially extends to four countries—Colombia, Peru, Mexico and Chile—where Sacyr operates and already collaborates with several non-governmental organisations.
According to Manuel Manrique, chairman of the Sacyr Foundation, cooperation in development is one of the main goals of the Sacyr Foundation. “This goal is even more important in the current health crisis. Through the different initiatives we have underway, we aim to provide a quality of life to people in vulnerable situations,” the chairman said.
Sacyr receives the dual 'Calculo-Reduzco' seal for the second consecutive year after cutting its carbon emissions by 12.6%24/08/2020
Sacyr has picked up its second “Calculo-Reduzco” (Calculate-Reduce) seal, a distinction granted by the Spanish Climate Change Office (OECC) of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge, for reducing its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in its activities in Spain.
Sacyr managed to reduce its CO2 emissions by 12.63%, in intensity terms, for scopes 1+2 in the three-year period 2017-2019 compared to 2016-2018.
The “Calculo-Reduzco” seal is granted to organizations that calculate and record their carbon footprint for a minimum of four years, have a plan to reduce their GHG emissions, and bring this reduction commitment to fruition, with validation by the Ministry.
Sacyr posts an Ebitda of €348 Million (+10%) boosted by the strength of its concession model in a global environment made challenging by Covid-1930/07/2020
The company's divisions—Concessions, Engineering and Infrastructure and Services—achieved profits of €108 million, compared to €47 million during the same period of 2019. This increase is in addition to a 100-basis-point rise in profitability to 16.7%.
The company has begun operations in the new normal without any significant impact. This showcases the success of the business model of the multinational, which generates around 80% of its EBITDA through concession-related assets with low demand risk.
The company's backlog of future revenue comes to €39.445 billion.
Sacyr promotes sustainability as one of its key pillars and strategic objectives. To that end, its corporate governance is fortified with a Sustainability and Corporate Governance Committee, attached to the Board of Directors, and a Sustainability Committee.
Sacyr increased its EBITDA by 10.4% to €348 million in the first half of 2020, a period marked by the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to the robustness of its business model, which is becoming increasingly oriented toward concessions. In fact, 77% of its EBITDA came from the concession activity of its three major business areas: Concessions, Engineering and Infrastructure and Services.
Sacyr actively managed the situation in order, first and foremost, to protect its more than 40,000 employees worldwide. In addition, it ensured the continuity of its operations, some of which are considered essential or of public interest.
During the period, the multinational embarked upon the new normal in almost all of its operations without having recorded major impacts. Nevertheless, in March the Group made a precautionary provision of €30 million in the face of the uncertainty surrounding the evolution of the pandemic.
Revenues grew 3.5% between January and June, reaching €2.079 billion. This increase amounts to 8% relative to the size of the company, given the divestment of various assets during the last few months: Guadalcesa, generation and cogeneration plants, and various water-related assets in Portugal. The EBITDA posted (+10.4%) would increase by 19% if these asset disposals were discounted.
The net profit generated by the businesses reflects the positive performance of the three divisions of Sacyr despite COVID-19. It stood at €108 million, compared to €47 million in the first half of 2019.
The group's attributable net profit was €70 million, less than the €80 million achieved in the same period last year. Net profit was impacted by the profits and stock-market performance of Repsol, in which Sacyr owns a stake. The oil company's contribution to Sacyr's profits was -€18 million. The book value of Repsol was €8.66/share as at June 30th, 2020.
Sacyr improved the profitability of its businesses in the first half of the year, thus delivering on one of the company's priority objectives. The EBITDA margin was up 100 basis points reaching 16.7%.
The Sacyr Foundation donates a van to Asociación Aleph-Tea15/07/2020
The Sacyr Foundation has donated a van to Asociación Aleph-TEA, a non-profit association.
The Sacyr Foundation has donated a van to Asociación Aleph-TEA, a non-profit association formed by the families of children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The donated vehicle—which previously belonged to Sacyr Social—was restored to pristine condition and adapted for people with reduced mobility before it was handed over to the association.
This collaboration with the association falls under one of the objectives of the Sacyr Foundation: cooperation for the development of disadvantaged groups It is also aligned with Guideline 3 of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plan: Promote the ethical values and principles of Sacyr in the Plan Empresa Global 2020 (2020 Global Business Plan).
Sacyr approves its new sustainability policies06/07/2020
- The multinational is focusing on biodiversity; water; climate change; data security; human rights; occupational health and safety; and quality, environment and energy management.
Sacyr has approved seven corporate policies that promote its sustainability strategy and step up its collaboration with its stakeholders.
These sustainability policies include specific measures in relation to biodiversity; water; climate change; data security; human rights; occupational health and safety; and quality, environment and energy management.
In March, with the aim of strengthening its corporate governance bodies in their commitment to a more sustainable future, Sacyr created a Sustainability and Corporate Governance Committee, attached to the Board of Directors, and a Sustainability Committee.
A new edition of Scyr IChallenges begins: open Innovation to take on four business challenges29/06/2020
Today, Sacyr announced the launch of the third edition of Sacyr iChallenges, its open innovation and co-creation program aimed at overcoming, together with the innovating community, four business challenges set by the company.
The call is open to any innovator who can provide solutions to the different challenges defined by Sacyr. Technology companies, universities, research centers, start-ups, etc. can participate. Prospective applicants must submit their proposal through the website www.sacyrichallenges.com by September 10, 2020. The call is global, but is aimed at Spain and Latin America in particular.
Sacyr iChallenges is one of the pillars of Sacyr's digital transformation and innovation strategy, based on a commitment to teamwork and co-creation with the innovating ecosystem on a global scale. With this open innovation program, Sacyr is looking for partners with whom to promote sustainable solutions that help improve the quality of citizens’ lives through better infrastructure and services.
Manuel Manrique underlines the strength of the Sacyr Concession model11/06/2020
- The Chairman and CEO of Sacyr highlighted the fact that the multinational company has been able to continue working on projects relatively normally over the past few months thanks to the company's strategic focus and the work undertaken by its almost 40,000 professionals.
- Manuel Manrique, Chairman and CEO of Sacyr, informed shareholders that the objectives of the 2015–2020 Strategic Plan have been met successfully, and that the multinational is starting to design a new strategic cycle.
- The GSM (General Shareholders' Meeting) approved including the concept of sustainability into its Articles of Association, aimed at creating long-term value for all stakeholders. The company has enhanced its governing bodies with the creation of a Sustainability and Corporate Governance Committee, attached to the Board of Directors, and a Sustainability Committee.
- The GSM approved the authorization to make capital injections for payment of the annual dividend in the form of SCRIP dividends. The Chairman and CEO informed shareholders that the Board of Directors will assess how it is executed over the next few months.
The General Shareholders' Meeting (GSM) of Sacyr, held remotely from the company's headquarters, today approved, with a vast majority, all items on the Agenda suggested by the Board of Directors.In his address to shareholders, the Chairman and CEO of Sacyr, Manuel Manrique, expressed his "deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of those who have died due to the coronavirus" over the last few months.
"At Sacyr, we are doing everything we can to protect and care for the people we serve in 30 countries, and also our workers, taking all preventive and safety measures within our reach," he explained.
The Chairman and CEO detailed some of the measures and initiatives taken by the company in order to help fight the pandemic in the countries in which it is present. He stressed that the savings generated by holding the GSM virtually will be donated to a soup kitchen program. This donation will be added to those already made during the crisis for the purchase of healthcare material in Spain, Portugal, Peru, etc., together with the donation of food to various NGOs in Spain.
Sacyr posts Ebitda of €166 Million (+16%) and strengthens its position in the wake of Covid-1919/05/2020
- Sacyr has made every possible effort to protect the health of its 40,000 employees worldwide and to ensure the continuity of its business activities, some of which are considered essential or of public interest.
- The current situation has not impaired the company's normal course of business, which has responded well to the rapidly changing landscape surrounding the COVID-19 crisis.
- Focusing on concessions: close to 80% of the company's EBITDA comes from concession-based assets carrying low-demand risk.
- Sacyr improves the profitability of its businesses, which now stands at 16.8%, 210 basis points higher than in the first quarter of 2019.
- The company's backlog of future revenue comes to €40.595 billion.
- Sacyr has fully hedged its exposure to the financial risk of Repsol's share price falling and continues to actively manage its stake in the oil company.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Sacyr has made every possible effort to protect its 40,000-plus employees worldwide and to ensure the continuity of its business activities, some of which are considered essential or of public interest. In fact, Sacyr has doubled down and is now working tirelessly with government bodies and the authorities in fighting this disease, none more so than the Services division.
Sacyr is taking the necessary steps to resolve the situation and minimize its impact. According to the latest estimates, this situation has not impaired the company's normal course of business, although changes have been made to keep up with the rapidly changing landscape resulting from the crisis.
Despite the impact of COVID-19, the first quarter results demonstrate the strength of Sacyr's business, which is now heavily focused on the concession business and assets carrying low traffic risk.
Sacyr posted EBITDA of €166 million in the first quarter of 2020, up 16% year on year. Around 80% of EBITDA now comes from concession assets distributed across the three business divisions. Revenues were up 1% between January and March reaching €985 million.
Net profit generated by the business units totaled €65 million, compared to €27 million in the first quarter of 2019. The group's net attributable profit came to €32 million (‑16%).
Sacyr managed to improve the profitability of its businesses in the first quarter, thus delivering on one of the company's key objectives. The EBITDA margin was up 210 basis points reaching 16.8%.
Actions taken by Sacyr during the Covid-19 pandemic23/04/2020
Donations in Spain, Portugal, Peru, Paraguay and Uruguay for the purchase of health equipment.
Donation of food. Cafestore, the manager of the group’s service areas, has delivered more than 2,000 kg of food to associations or foundations involved in this issue. Donations have been made in Valencia, Vitoria, Mollina (Malaga), Arroyo de la Miel (Malaga), Tudela (Navarra) and Cabezón de la Sal (Cantabria).
We have also participated in Colombia with the donation of food baskets.
Hospital concessions. Sacyr Concessions, which manages seven hospitals in Spain, Portugal, Chile and Mexico, has carried out all actions available to it to deal with this crisis in the two centers located in the epicenter of the disease: Infanta Cristina University Hospital (Parla) and Henares University Hospital (Coslada):
- Increase of more than 100 bedsto cope with the rise in patients, increasing their number to 150% of those that existed before this crisis;
- Purchase of many items of equipment and strengthening of the workforce as a result of this expansion, with more porters and cleaning staff.
- Strengthening of TIGAs [Transporte Interno y Gestión Auxiliar, Internal Transport and Auxiliary Management] in hospitals and inpatient hotels: 26 new people hired. (03/26)
- Strengthening of cleaning staff: 11 new people hired (03/26)
- Overtime by all staff, including maintenance and concession staff.
- Purchase of patient beds (around 90) plus acceptance of hotel beds. Purchase of 21 ICU beds, purchase of all required equipment: flowmeters, bedside tables, IV stands, stretchers, Pyxis, etc.
- Waste, laundry, catering: increased services due to greater volume of waste, clothing, hospital stays and on-call doctors, increased cleaning products and bathroom supplies, etc.
- Free TV in all rooms since before being requested by the Autonomous Community of Madrid
- Incorporation of personnel in the hotels fitted out to care for patients, one in Parla and one in Coslada.
- Full-time management of the crisis with the hospital’s clinical management; they have delegated any necessary infrastructure actions to our teams.
- Additionally, due to the current situation, a working group between the Spain and Portugal facilities has been created to share the measures taken in Madrid with our colleagues in Braga, Vila Franca and the Azores. It has joined forces with the transport interchanges team, which is also taking action on its facilities to prevent any contagion among its users.
Parking spaces. Sacyr Concessions has made free spaces available in the parking garage at Calle Daoiz y Velarde (Madrid) to health workers who need them. It is also keeping the Moncloa (Madrid) parking garage open and free of charge for health personnel who need it.
Rent holidays. Sacyr Concessions has granted rent holidays to tenants of commercial premises in the hospitals and interchanges that it manages and in the Setas de Sevilla.
At Gregorio Marañón Hospital in Madrid. The Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructure team is promoting initiatives to increase the number of beds in the hospital. It has already increased capacity by more than 49 beds. The first action was taken in just 24 hours: in the oncology block, an area was repurposed to accommodate 28 new admission beds.
The second was the repurposing of the library, which is located in the surgical block, to provide 21 new ICU beds. We are also continuing to work on new actions to provide up to 60 new beds in addition to those created in the hospital in areas adjacent to the library.
Sacyr Services launches "Sacyr Contigo" APP to enhance communication with its employees23/04/2020
Sacyr has launched the “Sacyr Contigo” app, a new direct channel of communication with its 30,000 employees that make up the Sacyr Services workforce. This subsidiary of the Spanish multinational performs a wide array of services ranging from urban and environmental projects, to those related to water, facilities, infrastructure maintenance and restoration.
At a time when it is more important than ever to be close to all employees, Sacyr Services is reinforcing its commitment to its staff by providing access to relevant information. Employees can do the following:
- quickly and easily access their paychecks;
- download the personal income tax withholding certificate to complete their tax return;
- complete online training and access Sacyr news.
The app also has additional resources such as information on job offers, corporate volunteering opportunities, sports activities and the latest news, among others.
The app can be accessed by individuals with a password to ensure the confidentiality of the information.
Sacyr reduces its business divisions to three to gain efficiency, in line with its strategic agenda14/04/2020
Sacyr has decided to restructure its corporate organization chart by merging its two EPC areas (Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructures and Sacyr Industrial) into one. In so doing, the group's operational divisions will be reduced to three: Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructures, Sacyr Concessions and Sacyr Services.
This simplifying of the operational structure, which must be ratified by Sacyr’s governance bodies in the coming weeks, is perfectly in line with Sacyr’s strategic agenda to once again become a group with a distinct concessions profile, with the contribution of two large divisions (Engineering and Infrastructures, and Services) that facilitate a more efficient vertical integration of the business for customers.
In addition, this simplification of the structure will lead to greater synergies between the three areas, higher profits due to the economies of scale and, as such, increased efficiency.
Large industrial projects
Sacyr Engineering and Infrastructures will absorb the Sacyr Industrial division, along with the wealth of experience it has accumulated in recent years.
Many successful projects have been executed, such as the La Pampilla refinery in Peru, the Cartagena de Indias regasification plant in Colombia, gas projects in Bolivia and Peru, industrial plants in Bolivia and Ecuador, the Sohar desalination plant in Oman, the Melbourne waste treatment plant and the NAIS irrigation network in Australia.
Merging to create one division with greater capacities will provide momentum for the construction activities of renewable energy plants and those related to the circular economy (water engineering, particularly desalination, urban solid waste recycling and treatment, reuse of materials, etc.) in which Sacyr has cutting-edge technologies. It will also continue to carry out its engineering activity and execute its turnkey projects at its oil and gas plants and across its electricity networks.
This new organizational model, which is more streamlined, compact and totally geared toward the group’s long-term objectives (increasing profitability and economic, financial and environmental sustainability), will continue to influence the control of risks across all stages of the group’s projects and the generation of cash flow.
Sacyr creates a sustainability and Corporate Governance Committee to pledge its commitment to a more sustainable future05/03/2020
Sacyr has been strengthening its corporate governance bodies as a further show of its commitment to a more sustainable future. More precisely, it has set up a Sustainability and Corporate Governance Committee, attached to the Board of Directors, and a Sustainability Committee.
With these new committees, Sacyr is aiming to make further progress in sustainability and in collaborating with all its stakeholders in the fight against climate change as well as in fostering diversity and a proper work-life balance, safeguarding health and safety and promoting the positive social impact of its activities.
Sacyr Environment wins the contract for street cleanning and waste collection services in Collado Villalba (Madrid) worth €70 Million04/03/2020
- The fleet of vehicles and equipment will be replaced by more sustainable and less noisy eco-efficient versions
- The company will build a composting plant for organic and pruning waste
Sacyr Environment, an environmental services subsidiary of Sacyr, has been awarded the contract for municipal solid waste collection, street cleaning and maintenance of waste bins and containers in the municipality of Collado Villalba (Madrid), worth €69.7 million. The contract is for a period of 10 years, renewable for a further two years.
Sacyr will invest more than €6.5 million in vehicles, equipment, containers, facilities and computer systems, primarily with the aim of providing a more efficient and sustainable service.
Sacyr grows in Chile with its entry in the sector of complete water cycle management06/02/2020
Sacyr, through its subsidiary Sacyr Water, has signed an agreement for the acquisition of four companies in Chile dedicated to management of the complete water cycle. The expected business backlog exceeds 500 million euros.
Sacyr Water will manage services of capture of raw water, distribution of potable water, collection and purification of wastewater for a population of 150,000 inhabitants, with a workforce of approximately 200 employees.
The operation includes the purchase of four companies that provide services in the city of Antofagasta and the towns in the Metropolitan region of Santiago, namely Colina, Lampa, Lo Barnachea, Valle Escondido, Los Álamos and Pan de Azucar.
With this operation, Sacyr is strengthening its commitment to Chile, where it is the leading private investor in the country’s transport infrastructure. It also has activity in industry, facility services and infrastructure conservation.
Sacyr raises its game supporting spanish handball, becoming title sponsor of the Sacyr ASOBAL League04/02/2020
Sacyr has raised its game in supporting handball and from tomorrow will become the title sponsor of the ASOBAL League, which will now be known as the Sacyr ASOBAL League. The deal is initially for the second round of the 2019-20 season beginning tomorrow, February 5, and the next season from 2020 to 2021. The agreement includes using Sacyr’s name for all the competitions organized by ASOBAL: Liga, Copa, Supercopa and Minicopa. The new image will be used for all the brand’s marketing and media, and will also feature in the broadcasts of matches on the TV channel, GOL.
The partnership’s aim is to extend the reach of the Spanish league and this sport, which has around 100,000 registered players and is a key part of society in many cities around the country.
For Sacyr, being title sponsor for the league is an opportunity for its to strengthen its commitment to a sport that it has been linked with since 2015. In recent years, the multinational sponsored the Spanish Royal Handball Federation.
Over the same period, the Spanish international women’s team, known as “las Guerreras”, achieved great success including placing second in the World Championship. Meanwhile, the men’s team, “los Hispanos”, claimed the European title on January 26, which it also won in 2018.
Sacyr, new patron member for the fundación para la diversidad27/01/2020
- The multinational infrastructure and services company is committed to promoting the Diversity Charter and developing sustainability programs and projecting good practices.
- Diversity is a strategic value for Sacyr, generating an inclusive work environment and encouraging the best talent
Sacyr has joined the Fundación para la Diversidad [Diversity Foundation] as a patron member, taking another step forward in the commitment it undertook in signing the Diversity Charter in November 2018.
This agreement is part of Sacyr’s strategy to promote and make talent and diversity visible. Both are strategic values for Sacyr, as they contribute to generating an inclusive work environment, where diversity is the tool for attracting the best talent to the company.
Sacyr joins the Business Network of the Generation & Talent Observatory and signs the Code of Principles of Generational Diversity21/01/2020
Sacyr has signed the Code of Principles of Generational Diversity promoted by the Generation & Talent Observatory. By joining, the company recognizes the favorable development of people management based on equal opportunities completely irrespective of age, non-discrimination and respect for generational diversity. 56 companies and entities have now adhered to this Code.
Sacyr obtains EFR certification in work-life balance17/01/2020
- The seal, issued by the Másfamilia Foundation, with the support of the Ministry of Health, Consumer Affairs and Social Welfare, and endorsed by AENOR, recognizes Sacyr's policies for balancing work, family and personal life.
- Sacyr has more than 90 work-life balance and flexibility measures that promote well-being and balance between the work, family and personal lives of its employees.
The Másfamilia Foundation has awarded Sacyr the EFR certification in work-life balance, which recognizes it as a Family-Friendly Company. The certification constitutes an endorsement of the company's work in promoting policies and measures that foster well-being and balance between work, family and personal life of its employees. This certification is supported by the Ministry of Health, Consumer Affairs and Social Welfare and is recognized as Good Practices by the United Nations.
At an event held in Madrid, Manuel Manrique, the chairman of Sacyr, received the certificate from Antonio Trueba, the president of Másfamilia.
Receiving the EFR certificate validates Sacyr’s commitment to the implementation and management of policies and measures in favor of work-life balance as a priority in its business strategy.
Sacyr Water awarded operation of lot 2 of the Bilbao Bizkaia water consortium´s sewerage systems14/01/2020
- The contract, worth 6 million euros over three years, will provide services to a population of over 75,000 residents.
The service equipment will be electrical and hybrid.
The Bilbao Bizkaia Water Consortium (CABB) has awarded Sacyr Water with the operation and maintenance of lot 2 of the sewerage systems at the facilities in the vicinity of Mungia, Gorliz, Larrabetzu, Lemoiz, Bakio, Unbe 1, Aresti y Artebakarra for a 3 year period, which can be increased by a further two years, at a cost of 6.2 million euros.
Under this contract, Sacyr Water will be providing service to more than 75,000 residents and will handle an annual volume of 8 million cubic meters.
- The contract, worth 6 million euros over three years, will provide services to a population of over 75,000 residents.
Sacyr se adjudica las obras de adecuación de los túneles de la Canda y Padornelo en Zamora01/09/2020
- Sacyr Conservación sigue ampliando su cartera de proyectos en España, con esta nueva obra adjudicada por el Ministerio de Transportes, Movilidad y Agenda Urbana.
- Con un presupuesto de 4,7 millones, tendrá una duración de 34 meses.
La UTE constituida por Sacyr Conservación, Kapsch Trafficom Transportation, y Valoriza Servicios Medioambientales realizará la adecuación al Real Decreto 635/2006 de los túneles Padornelo y La Canda en la A-52 y N-525, en la provincia de Zamora.
Este proyecto para el Ministerio de Transportes, Movilidad y Agenda Urbana se prolongará durante un plazo de 34 meses y tendrá un presupuesto de 4,7 millones de euros.
El sorteo de la liga Sacyr Asobal para la temporada 2020/2021 se celebra en la sede de Sacyr28/07/2020
El primer título en juego de la próxima campaña será la Supercopa Sacyr ASOBAL que medirá el 29 de agosto al vigente campeón de Liga, el Barça, y al subcampeón de la Copa del Rey, el BM. Benidorm.
Sacyr acogió ayer en su sede corporativa de Madrid el sorteo de la Liga Sacyr ASOBAL para la temporada 2020/2021.
El presidente de Sacyr, Manuel Manrique, destacó el "valor de nuestras manos" como slogan de la máxima competición de balonmano en España y de Sacyr, ya que aúna valores como el esfuerzo, talento, unión, experiencia, futuro y compromiso que también representan a Sacyr.
El presidente de ASOBAL, Adolfo Aragonés, reiteró su agradecimiento a Sacyr por seguir creyendo en el proyecto ASOBAL: “Sabemos que no son tiempos fáciles para las empresas y, por ello, queremos poner de relieve la importancia capital que tiene, para nuestros clubes, contar con el apoyo y compromiso de una multinacional como Sacyr”.
Los clubes conocieron su camino en la máxima categoría del balonmano masculino español en el sorteo donde se supo el orden de los rivales a los que se enfrentarán jornada tras jornada hasta completar las 34 fechas del campeonato nacional de la temporada 2020/2021.
Los dos responsables de extraer las bolas en el sorteo y, con ello, decidir el destino de los clubes de ASOBAL fueron José María Uceda y Azucena Vergara, TIGAs del Hospital Infanta Cristina (Parla, Madrid). Ellos fueron la cara visible de la multitud de héroes que han luchado y siguen luchando, en primera línea, para ganarle la batalla al COVID-19.
Valoriza renueva los contenedores de papel y cartón de Collado Villalba (Madrid)15/07/2020
- 300 contenedores más robustos, duraderos y silenciosos
Valoriza Medioambiente ya ha renovado los 300 contenedores de recogida de residuos de papel y cartón de Collado Villalba (Madrid). Valoriza Medioambiente comenzó a prestar el servicio de limpieza y recogida de residuos en el municipio el pasado 25 de mayo y ya ha renovado los 300 contenedores de papel y cartón que son más robustos, duraderos y silenciosos en su manipulación. Los nuevos contenedores tienen una capacidad de 2.400 litros.
Además, los contenedores son técnicamente diferentes por su capacidad de resistencia frente a los golpes y por su accesibilidad. El diseño es igual que los de recogida de residuos y de la fracción selectiva de envases para unificar la imagen en el municipio.
Valoriza Medioambiente responde al compromiso de la sociedad para alcanzar un desarrollo sostenible con la prestación de un servicio más eficiente y respetuoso con el medio ambiente.