- Contaminated soil
- Construction and demolition waste
- Waste containing iron and aluminum
At a glance
At Geocycle Spain we have been working in waste management for more than 30 years, providing tailor made solutions for a variety of industrial sectors.
Out of our plant located in Albox, Almería, we specialize in the treatment of waste to be co-processed in cement plants.
In 2020, Geocycle Spain managed over 319,000 tons of waste, which amounts to 200,000 tons in reduced CO2 emissions from cement production avoided by biomass use.
For more information about our sustainability performance, visit: www.lafargeholcim.es/informe-de-sostenibilidad
Recovery of industrial waste as a key component of the circular economy model is a safe and environmentally responsible alternative for many industries that generate waste. Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA) studies demonstrate that co-processing offers superior environmental performance to landfilling or incineration.
We manage waste from various industries, including: wood and derivatives, chemical and pharmaceutical, automotive and auxiliary, graphic arts, oil, petroleum and derivatives, rubber or plastic, cardboard and paper.
Our services include:
- Technical and commercial advice
- Lab analysis and classification
- Delivery scheduling
- Transport advice
- Destruction of off-spec products
- Final destruction certificate
- Waste Collection
Customers we serve
- Dried sewage sludge
- Animal meal
- Waste wood
- Impregnated sawdust
- Mixture of solvents and water
- Waste oils
- Non-recyclable plastics
Certifications & Accreditation
We work with an Integrated Management System certified in accordance with ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001 standards. These certifications also show Geocycle’s long-term commitment to improve the occupational health and safety, quality of service and environmental protection.
Geocycle Spain has been awarded with the sustainability seals "Calculo" and "Reduzco", granted by the Spanish Climate Change Office of the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge (MITECO).