Institut Cerdá presents the new Observatory of Air Quality for Camp de Tarragona

The Camp de Tarragona Air Quality Observatory 2019 evaluates the presence of 62 different compounds at 26 points where measurement equipment has been installed. All emissions remain within the recommended limits, also those of Benzene,…

One more step towards the community circular economy

Last March the European Union approved the New Circular Economy Action Plan that aims to modify our production and consumption guidelines. The plan indicates the path towards a competitive and climate neutral economy of empowered consumers. The…

#EstoNOtienequePARAR

Institut Cerdà has joined the “#EstoNOtienequePARAR” initiative that has been promoted by more than 3,000 companies of all sizes that support the different productive sectors of the country. The initiative aims to publicly recognise,…

What are companies doing? share their experiences in relation to management of the COVID crisis

Insitut Cerdà’s Crisis Management Support Service in Spain, and its Crisis Management and Resilience Service in Chiles, are combining forces to encourage companies to share their experiences and prepare for new stages between Spanish and…

The Tarragona Chemical Business Association (AEQT) joins the Air Quality Observatory

The Tarragona Chemical Business Association (AEQT in its Catalan and Spanish acronym) has decided to join the Tarragona Air Quality Observatory, which has been collecting and analysing volatile organic components in the Camp de Tarragona area…