Protecting and respecting our environment is a constant in Matarromera Group, something that is manifested in many different examples:
The EMINA Wine Interpretation Centre is the leading Integrated Sustainable Development Project, as the clean energy produced is greater than the consumption in its 35,000 m2. All products and by-products are recycled (grapes, skins, vine shoots and residue from the making of the wine like paper, cardboard and wood).
For this, Bodega Emina was judged in 2007 by the Corporate Studies Institute (IESE) to be the Best SME in Spain in the Environmental Category for the management of its resources and the use of renewable energy.
EMINA uses all sorts of renewable energy (solar, thermal solar, biomass) to ensure respect for the environment and clean energy consumption.
At all of the Group’s cellars, sustainable development is Job One. At Bodega Matarromera thermal solar energy is produced; at CYAN, the energy is solar for self-consumption, whereas at Valdelosfrailes the energy is thermal and photovoltaic solar, making use of biomass. At Emina Rueda the solar energy is photovoltaic and biomass is recovered.
All this, together with wind power and the Sewage Purification Station, means that the energy generated and produced is ecological, respecting the environment in order to create the best possible ecosystem where the symbiosis between Matarromera and its surroundings is optimal.
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