Canteras Industriales Quarry, one of the pilots of the Rotate project located in Granada (Spain), welcomes other European project partners in less than a week.


In this case, it was the turn of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), who traveled with ANEFA from Madrid to find the ideal site to install a dust sensor and thus be able to considerably reduce the levels of suspended particles that are released into the atmosphere and can affect both the health of workers and the environment.

The visit coincided with the visit of Chalmers University of Technology; their team traveled to the celestite mine to collect data for future use in the zero states of the Rotate project.

The day was rounded off with a joint tour of the site and the sharing of data that will lead to coordinated work to enhance the celestite recovery process, reuse celestite waste, and reduce dust levels at the site.