This ongoing project is a good example of the redevelopment of a reclamation area with a circular and low-carbon perspective.
Working with Eni Rewind, we’re engaged in the sustainable management of the water resources used in our production process in Basilicata.
Often nature itself offers the right solution to the problems caused by human activity…Let’s see some very peculiar plants discovered by Eni researchers…
The project’s aim is to redevelop a brownfield site, giving it a new lease of life in line with circular economy principles.
Project to restore a historic site and develop new sources of energy.
The Priolo industrial site is an example of how manufacturing can go hand-in-hand with environmental restoration.
The Gela area is an example of an industrial redevelopment project that combines environmental clean-up with opportunities for growth.
Between 1995 and 2018, we set up a number of initiatives to protect biodiversity in the area around the Welsh town of Talacre.
The initiative began in Australia in 2006 with work on the area around the Blacktip field, to improve Aboriginal land.
In 2018 we launched an initiative to help reduce waste, sharing a range of good practices with families.
We learn from nature that “waste” can be a resource. This is how Eni's research made it possible to transform an organic fraction of solid urban waste into bio-oil. The so called “waste to fuel”...
The initiative provides access to water and local socio-economic development for the people in nine villages in the Angolan municipalities of Gambos and Bibala.