GSA began this summer glass collection in Jerez de la Frontera.
350 new containers, which were added to the 530 existing installed.

GSA Environmental Services, with confidence ECOVIDRIO is responsible for managing the collection of glass in Jerez de la Frontera. The service began last June, in parallel with an information campaign that took place in bars and restaurants, especially the city center.
El convenio que se ha firmado, sin coste alguno para el ayuntamiento, pretende duplicar antes de 2021 la cifra actual de reciclaje llegando a las 3000 toneladas al año. Actualmente en Jerez se reciclan 7 kilos de vidrio por habitante, lo que deja a la ciudad jerezana cinco puntos por debajo de la media andaluza.

El compromiso se adquiría en una reunión previa a la que nuestro responsable Pedro Caraballo asistía junto a José Antonio Díaz, delegado de Sostenibilidad, Movilidad y Participación y Jesús Gutiérrez, gerente de zona de Ecovidrio; además de técnicos del ayuntamiento implicados en el proyecto. En la reunión se fijaron los puntos de referencia y el apoyo logístico necesario para que GSA lleve a cabo su labor con la eficacia que distingue a la empresa.

Jesus Gutierrez stated, "We are currently browsing through competition and assume this service as a challenge. We try to make it easy for citizens with special services for the hospitality industry with more containers and more frequent collection ".
GSA feels proud again of security shown by ECOVIDRIO when offering a service with all the guarantees, aware that a great team will meet every expectation.
The municipality of Jerez will also study the "door to door" that GSA conducts numerous populations.
GSA workers started with the service of emptying the containers that existed and comprehensive cleaning. In July new containers 100 and 250. These then other 350 were added to the 530 existing were placed.

At GSA we remain committed to the future, and this time we will bring all our experience and professionalism for the purpose of compliance jerezanos and get pick up those 3000 tons of glass per year.