GPP 2011 Award: the winner is Sangalli vetro Manfredonia S.p.A.

Date: 28 July 2011
Source: Sangalli Group
On july, 8th 2011, at the "Ara Pacis" in Rome, the GPP Award "Sustainable Projects and green Public Procurement" ceremony has taken place.

The contest has been promoted by the Finance Ministry and Consip, under the patronage of the Department of the Environment.

During the ceremony the winners of GPP 2011 award have been announced, identified among all the competitors by the Evaluating Commission.

Sangalli Vetro Manfredonia S.p.A. has been declared the winner of the big industries category, due to its organic approach to the environmental sustainability.

In particular the furnace heat recovery plant, and its transformation in electrical energy have been considered worthy of receiving the award.

600450 GPP 2011 Award: the winner is Sangalli vetro Manfredonia S.p.A. glassonweb.com
Date: 28 July 2011
Source: Sangalli Group

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