The Acqua Sa Canna site, in the municipality of Gonnesa on the south-west coast of Sardinia, included two landfills, Acqua Sa Canna 1 and Acqua Sa Canna 2 Guroneddu, for the disposal of waste from the metalworks at Portovesme and San Gavino Monreale. The Acqua Sa Canna 1 landfill was authorised to operate in 1992 by the Region of Sardinia and was permanently closed in 2001. Acqua Sa Canna 2 was built to ensure the continuity of waste disposal, but has not been operating since 2003. Eni Rewind took over in 2005 following the incorporation of the company Ambiente, and currently owns the approximately 30 hectares. With a view to giving renewed value to the area, in 2018 we signed an agreement with the Cammino Minerario di Santa Barbara foundation thanks to which today pilgrims and hikers can travel the area of Acqua Sa Canna, included in the tourist-religious itinerary popular for the various testimonies of the mining history of Sardinia.
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Surface area owned by Eni Rewind at the Acqua Sa Canna site
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Our activities in Sa Canna
The landscaping of the Acqua Sa Canna 1 closure project involved waterproofing the surface, preparation of the sub-base and drainage, environmental rehabilitation and the subsequent planting of Mediterranean shrubs. The surface of the former landfill now has a panoramic viewing point offering views of the western coast of Sulcis. The activities related to the closure of the Acqua Sa Canna 2 Guroneddu landfill site included covering it with an HDPE sheet. Acqua Sa Canna 2 Guroneddu is also under post-operational management.
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We have carried out environmental remediation and regeneration activities in former industrial and brownfield sites.