The president of the Community, Pedro Antonio Sanchez, attended the ceremony today in Sewell commissioning of a new gas scrubber equipment company 'Derivatives Chemicals'.
This facility allows for greater control of gas emissions into the atmosphere and ensures compliance with the requirements of the Integrated Environmental Authorisation.
It is a new regenerative thermal oxidizer unique in Europe for its characteristics, installed in a chemical-pharmaceutical industry.
This system continuously transmits the information in facility with more than 30,000 data per day.
During his speech, Pedro Antonio Sánchez highlighted the investment made by the company to further improve through technology and ensuring sustainability and creating new opportunities and jobs, because, he said, "the environmental, social and economic sustainability they must be compatible for a project to be viable. "
He stressed that the regional government will continue to collaborate with companies that are willing to invest "to make things right."
He stressed that "must demand but also facilitate them to remain in the region, generating further through more employment."
He recalled the administrative simplification measures implemented by the regional government to "create a business or expand it simple and less bureaucratic procedures to avoid making the process much faster and simple".
The president said that the regional government will continue in this line of lower taxes, such as inheritance and gift, which has already been lowered by 50 percent and that "we want to phase out over this legislature."