- The agreement promotes the recycling of catalysts from Cepsa's Energy Parks, which Saint-Gobain Weber will use in the manufacture of industrial mortars for the construction sector
- This initiative is part of Cepsa's commitment to increase the circularity of its operational waste by 50% by 2030, compared to 2019, in order to become a key player in the creation of new sustainable production models
- The partnership drives the circular economy and, in particular, the 30% reduction in virgin raw material consumption that Saint-Gobain Weber has set as a target for 2030, as well as the 16% reduction in the carbon footprint of its products and solutions by 2030
In the project’s first tests, both companies already recycled more than 55 tons of waste. Catalysts are substances used in industrial processes that, after several uses, lose their effectiveness and must be replaced. As a result of the partnership with Saint-Gobain Weber, these catalysts, which until now did not have a second life, can be recycled and transformed into mortars for professional uses, promoting the circular economy in line with both companies’ sustainability objectives.