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Ingelia selected by the European Commission for the Global Sustainable Technology and Innovation Conference GSTIC2019

  Once again, the European Commission recognizes the work of sustainability and innovation that Ingelia performs by selecting the HTC process of Ingelia among the most sustainable and innovative in Europe. On November 20 Ingelia was selected to participate in the session “Innovative Ready to market technologies” that took place in Brussels at the Grand…

Ingelia´s technology contributes to reduce CO2 print in the steel sector

INGELIA participated on the 18th October 2019 at the Swerim-Jernkontoret Workshop in Stockholm “ A FOSSIL FREE SOCIETY, WHAT ROLE CAN THE INDUSTRIAL SYMBIOSIS PLAY?   Ingelia was very honoured to participate in the international workshop “A fossil free society. What role can the industrial symbiosis play?” organised by Swerim together with Jernkontoret in Stockholm…

Prestigious European CEO Magazine highlights on Ingelia

Ingelia CEO Marisa Hernández Latorre is saying good riddance to bad rubbish With the majority of the globe’s waste being dumped in methane-emitting landfill, a sustainable solution is essential. Marisa Hernández Latorre is proving that one person’s trash is another’s treasure Ingelia CEO Marisa Hernández Latorre is saying good riddance to bad rubbish

Ingelia selected by EIT as one of the three companies that will present its business to the EC

  On September 12, the EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology) celebrates its 10 years of collaboration with the European Commission, supporting innovative projects. The high-level event, attended by Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner responsible for the EIT and Dirk Jan van der Berg, Chairman of the EIT Board of Directors, will be held in Brussels.…

Ingelia enters into the Belgian market and closes contracts for its first industrial waste treatment plant in Oostende

The Valencian company Ingelia, worldwide leader in the industrial development of HTC technology that allows the recovery of organic waste materials, has closed the investment agreements for the construction of its first plant in Belgium. The HTC plant of Ingelia is incorporated into the waste treatment process of the Belgian company Renasci, which has invested…

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