1,618 hectares (of which approximately 208 hectares is the property of Eni Rewind)
Montedison – Enimont operation
Approximately €300 million on 31st December 2019
CAPEX approximately €80 million - OPEX approximately €4 million per year
Eni came to Europe's biggest industrial area, which celebrated its hundredth year in 2018, as part of industrial rescue operations during the 90s, when signs of the chemical crisis in Italy began to take their toll. At Porto Marghera, Eni was a key player in the difficult economic and social transition and contradictions between production and pollution. At the Porto Marghera SIN, considered one of the first to undergo reclamation operations in Italy, Eni's environmental company owns approximately 208 hectares and to date has spent over 279 million euros on the demolition of decommissioned plants. It expects to spend a further 80 million euros for the completion of said operations (soil, aquifer and completion of demolition works) in addition to approximately 4 million euros per year for managing the water treatment plant. Within the context of historic relations with the territory, Eni Rewind interacts with stakeholders for the completion of sustainable integrated projects with Eni and other companies.In line with circular economy principles, these projects promote the recovery of areas according to their potential, with the reuse of even those under permanent safety containment, for the generation of renewable energy in addition to water recovery. A convention with the Cà Foscari University has been signed, for the development of research activities, technological transfer and training, within the scope of competencies of common interest.