The City of Jumilla, represented by its mayor, Juana Guardiola, and the Abraham Project Association, represented by Toņi Villarino, have signed a new collaboration agreement this morning for two years to continue in Jumilla with the selective collection system for textiles, footwear and toys
In addition, the Councilor for Social Policy, José Luis Monreal, has been present at the firm.
The collection of this material will continue through 27 containers at street level and in the Ecopark.
The agreement will last for two years and, again, aims to contribute to the development and improvement of measures in favor of the preservation of the environment, enhance economic and industrial development by encouraging the creation of recycling companies and the creation of jobs of work.
"In addition, the material collected is transformed into a resource with which to provide shelter in housing, training, employment, development aid, support and support for groups at risk or social exclusion," said Toņi Villarino.
The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, recalled the importance of this agreement "because it allows citizens to be responsible and sustainable, while performing a social action, since through Project Abraham offers employment and training for people who they need it".
The Jumilla City Council transfers the spaces on the public highway for the installation of the containers.
The Abraham Project Association is responsible for the cleaning and maintenance of metal containers at street level and the different collection infrastructures as frequently as necessary.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla