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01.15.2007

Befesa renews the contract to manage wastes from Complutensian University of Madrid

Befesa Gestión de Residuos Industriales, Ajalvir center, has recently renewed the 100,000 euro contract that was awarded in 2006 by Complutensian University of Madrid to manage its chemical wastes until 2007.

The contract includes the collection, transportation and final disposal of the chemical wastes, pursuant to Royal Decree 833/1988, amended by Royal Decree 952/97, generated in all the University faculties and associated centers, of note among which are the Chemistry, Pharmacy, Fine Arts and Medicine, Biological, Geological, Veterinary, Odontology, Education Sciences, Information Sciences, and Psychology Faculties, the Veterinary Clinic hospital, University School of Infirmary, Physiotherapy and Podology, University Podology Clinic, and the Rector’s offices, both on the University City Campus and the Somosaguas Campus.

With the renewal of this contract, Befesa consolidates its leadership in the segregation, management, transportation and disposal of these types of wastes, which it has been managing for the Complutensian University of Madrid since 1998. It currently manages the hazardous wastes generated at the Complutensian University of Madrid, Alcala de Henares University of Madrid, University Rey Juan Carlos, Pontifical University of Madrid, University of Castilla La Mancha, and at almost all the hazardous waste generating centers of the Superior Council of Scientific Research (of note are the Lora Tamayo Organic Chemistry Center, the Biological Research Center, the National Biotechnology Center, the Ramon y Cajal Institute of Microbiology, and the Severa Ochoa Molecular Biology Center).