The Seur Foundation and Ineco extend partnership throughout the national territory
The president of Ineco, Sergio Vázquez Torrón, and the president of the Seur Foundation, Ramón Mayo, have renewed the collaboration agreement between the two organisations.
As part of this agreement signed in 2015, Ineco has containers at its main offices in Madrid so that its professionals can collaborate with the Seur Foundation's "Tapones para una vida" campaign. The aim is, by recycling plastic caps, to help improve the quality of life of children without resources who need treatment, surgery, orthopaedic devices, etc, not covered by the public health system and whose cost, their families cannot afford.
This campaign, launched in 2011, has raised nearly €1,350,000 to help fund these medical and orthopaedic treatments, thus helping 193 children. Furthermore, thanks to this recycling activity, the emission of 9,600 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere, the main gas responsible for climate change, has been avoided. An initiative that directly impacts Sustainable Development Goals 2, 12, 13 and 17.
With the renewal of this collaboration agreement, Ineco undertakes to broaden the "Tapones para una vida" campaign to the company's entire network of offices in Spain. Ineco is currently present in 16 Autonomous regions, with a total of more than 1,400 professionals outside the Madrid offices. Teams involved in the development of projects such as the Mediterranean Corridor, the Ourense-Monforte de Lemos - Lugo railway corridor, the development of line 3 of the Seville Metro or other important works for the different port authorities or road delegations.
More information about the "Tapones para una vida" campaign here.