Eni Rewind is embracing the challenge of giving new life to territories because its activities transcend mere site reclamation and requalification in physical terms to include the development of natural, cultural, artistic and human assets. This is why after a site is requalified, the company dedicates itself to giving it a new lease of life, reinforcing its social fabric and creating a habitat congenial to the development of new opportunities.
In November each year, Rimini becomes the "green" capital of Italy with Ecomondo,
the biggest European environmental trade fair event which recounts and promotes a
sustainable and circular development of the economy. The event hosts the States General
of the Green Economy, an occasion for the institutional, business and civil world
to discuss important topics of general interest, like climate change, the management
of resources and waste, hydrogeological imbalance and the reclamation of large brownfields.
The perfect occasion to launch our new name, Eni Rewind, presented by the Chief Executive
Officer Paolo Grossi at an event which saw the participation of Alessandro Bratti,
General Director of ISPRA (Institute for Environmental Protection and Research), and
the General Giuseppe Vadalà, Extraordinary Commissioner of the Government for
the reclamation of illegal land fill sites.
At the 2019 edition of Ecomondo we contributed with talks by Eni Rewind on the management of organic and industrial waste, on the transition towards a circular economy , on demolitions and on the reclamation of contaminated sites twenty years after the entry into force of Italian Ministerial Decree 471/99.
On Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd June 2019 Cengio hosted the first edition of the Restart Music Festival with which the municipality and its citizens aim to boost the energy and attractiveness of the town nestled in the upper Bormida Valley. The company is committed to reclamation operations in the Cengio and Saliceto Site of National Interest and the socio-cultural promotion of the local area, as the main partner of the free event open to everyone. During the event, the stage in Martiri Partigiani Square was animated by the comedian Paolo Cevoli as well as the singer Briga, along with other young up and coming artists. During the Restart Music Festival, the Mayor Francesco Dotta hosted a round table in the Town Hall, on the sustainable productive requalification of Cengio, involving local institutions, mayors of neighbouring towns, the university professors Andrea Dominijanni and Carlo Solisio, former Acna employees Aldo Curti and Giuseppe Vaglica and representatives of Eni's environmental company.GO TO THE DEDICATED WEBSITE
From 18th to 23rd June the Venice Arsenale hosted the Boat Show, an international exhibition event dedicated to sailing. Eni was present in its capacity as a partner of the event, with a stand (located in building 89) dedicated to circular economy and sustainability. Eni Rewind (previously Syndial) participated to illustrate Waste to Fuel technology, created at the Eni Centre for Renewable Energies and the Environment, located in Novara, capable of transforming solid urban waste into bio oil which can be directly used as bunker oil or to produce new generation fuels. Thanks to a virtual experience, visitors to the Circular Eni stand were able to find out more about the Porto Marghera biorefinery and learn about the advantages of transforming waste vegetable oil into biofuel.ENI PARTNER AT THE BOAT SHOW
For the fourth year in a row Eni Rewind sponsors the Maremma Trophy rally competition, a sporting event close to the heart of the local community. The competition path includes 9 special trials over 83,460 km, winding through the Tuscan Metallifere Hills. Another distinguishing feature of the rally is the special "Gavorrano" special trial bearing Eni Rewind's name, with a dedicated prize. Here in Tuscany, Eni Rewind, owner of concessions in numerous former mining-metallurgy municipalities as well as of relative areas handed over to Eni pursuant to legislation, is committed to safety containment operations, in addition to soil and aquifer reclamation.
Since 2017 for one night a year, the Cengio and Saliceto Site of National Interest becomes a lyrical opera theatre and opens to the public, attracting enthusiasts with open air renditions of famous works. The first edition was dedicated to Giacomo Puccini's Turandot, followed in 2018 by Georges Bizet's Carmen. Eni Rewind is sponsor of the event, keen to promote the territory also with events of cultural or social value.