The Company has built an impressive purification plant made of 6 thousand square metres of reservoirs for
24 thousand cubic metres of water (1500 a day).
This puts Candeggio Valle Olona in Table A instead of in Table C, because we respect the limits
for discharging into superficial waters, which are much tighter
than those for discharging into the public sewerage.
We can justify this huge commitment in terms of investment from a legal point of view,
but it also involves a cultural factor, and one which demonstrates
our strong ties to the land.
Working along these lines, we also plan to install a complex avant-garde system for cutting down