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The Thermochemical Processes Unit (UPTQ in Spanish) at IMDEA Energía works to develop thermochemical routes that valorize organic solid waste. More specifically, they use the process known as pyrolysis, which is commonly used to make charcoal.
For years, the sun, wind and water have been used to generate electricity. Now researchers in Japan are experimenting with a new renewable energy source: snow. The plan is to exploit temperature differences to help ease energy supply problems.
Valdebebas is an urban development project located in Madrid, Spain. During the development of the urbanization works, the park was used as a storage area for material by the construction companies involved in the project.
At Sacyr Chile we are developing a new technology to improve recycled aggregates from concrete rubble from construction waste.