This January, Anthesis Lavola launched its new office in Burjassot, near Valencia, solidifying and strengthening Anthesis’ presence in the Spanish East.
With this, Anthesis Lavola are expanding the scope of their services and consolidating its growth strategy in Spain, in addition to the opening of the offices in Madrid and Pamplona these previous years.
The projects carried out in the East, such as the environmental education service of the Metropolitan Entity for the Treatment of Waste of Valencia (EMTRE), (I will have this linked news translated into English this week.) will be managed in these new headquarters. The office team will be composed of coordination and administration staff, alongside the educators who will carry out the activities of the EMTRE educational service.
“The environmental education program of the Metropolitan Entity for Waste Treatment that that has been awarded to us, and which we will manage for the next four years, has allowed us to open an operational office in Burjassot. The physical presence in this town will allow us to have opportunities for growth and territorial expansion in the Valencian community ”
Director of Education Development
The new office also allows access to new local talent for Anthesis Lavola’s team, adding Valencian specialists who can work on projects with both national and international scopes.
EMTRE, the Metropolitan Entity for the Treatment of Waste in the Valencia area, is responsible for the management and recovery of urban waste generated by the 1.5 million inhabitants of Valencia and its metropolitan area.
Anthesis Lavola’s activity in the Valencian Community follows a long history, as shown by the local customers who have been actively engaged with Anthesis Lavola for many years – Consum, Importaco cooperative, Valencia Provincial Council, Ubesol or Navico, as well as various local councils and administrations and the many and varied projects that have developed and executed in recent years.