We are a business Group with a global presence, and we understand our responsibility to create value on a local level by implementing business models that contribute to development.

Urbaser works to transfer its commitment to sustainability throughout the value chain, from supplier to final client. The goal is to encourage mutual collaboration relationships that provide value while still remaining sustainable.

The Group promotes a culture of equality and non-discrimination. In addition, it guarantees a work-life balance, and supports quality employment that fosters equal opportunities.

Urbaser is a benchmark company within the sector and beyond thanks to its work integrating diversity into its workforce, its policies, and its practices.

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Efficient management and responsible suppliers. Continued
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We take care of each and every one of our workers. Continued
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Constantly committed to the quality of all materials and services. Continued

NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

Socamex, pioneer to incorporate a fully automated sewer pipe cleaning system

Urbaser’s automated sewer pipe cleaning process improves the efficiency and safety of the water management system. Continued

Limpieza de colectores Socamex

URBASER, IN CHARGE OF CLEANING AND WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE EASTERN AREA OF BARCELONA

The Barcelona City Council has once again entrusted Urbaser with the cleaning and waste collection of Sant Andreu, Sant Martí and beaches. Continued

Los residuos de la zona Este de Barcelona en manos de Urbaser

Urbaser extends its international presence with new contracts in Asia and Latin America

Urbaser, the global environmental services company, has increased its international expansion in three countries; having been awarded urban cleaning and waste management contracts worth €1 billion in India, Colombia and Ecuador. Continued

Urbaser collaborates in the largest scientific study on microplastics carried out on the seabed of the Canary Islands

Urbaser has decided to collaborate with the largest scientific study ever developed on the impact of microplastics on the ecosystem of the Canary Islands´ seabeds. Continued

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