Camagüey, Feb. 6 - Achieving a sustained increase in exportable products is the premise of the Commodity Recovery Company of Camagüey, said its director Roger Castillo Rodríguez, at the balance sheet meeting for the year 2019.
The beginning of the new calendar has been positive in that regard, since in the recently completed month of January the plans for bronze, aluminum, copper and stainless steel were achieved.
During the meeting, the importance of fostering a culture of exploitation both in the community and in the state sector was highlighted, in order to increase the processing and added value of recyclable materials and wastes.
Castillo Rodríguez detailed the achievements of last year by areas, where the ferrous scrap that is recovered through the buying houses and entities becomes vital interest, and which ACINOX Las Tunas has as a client, for the production of the steel bar and the billet dedicated to export.
On the other hand, he pointed out that in the non-metallic area, import substitution is contributed with the recovery of bottles and bottles of medicines that are marketed with the company Farmacuba.
The report presented also added that in a group of companies in the Agramontine province, all the waste generated daily is not preserved, collected or conditioned. Sectors such as the tourism industry and the self-employed could contribute more to recycling, due to the large volume of paper, cardboard, plastic and packaging waste they originate.
Likewise, compliance with the adjusted plan was recognized despite the limitations, which made it possible to contribute to the country's economy.
On this occasion, the managers with more than a decade of work were recognized, and the more than 300 workers were summoned to also achieve in this 2020 the productive goals.
Find mechanisms to encourage recycling in the population and a greater use of buying houses stand out among the strategies of the Commodity Recovery Company of Camagüey, which this year provides for a plan of 16,400 tons of ferrous scrap, its leading product. (Gladys Dailyn Morera Cordero / Radio Cadena Agramonte) (Photo: ACN Archive)