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Lecta commits to renewable gas and moves forward with its decarbonization plan

Lecta commits to renewable gas and moves forward with its decarbonization plan

Lecta announces an agreement with Naturgy, a multinational energy group, for the supply of renewable gas that will contribute to the sustainable decarbonization of its manufacturing activity.

Biomethane gas, a renewable gas obtained from the treatment of different types of waste with properties similar to those of natural gas, will now be used as an energy source in Lecta’s Spanish mills in Leitza (Navarra) and Zaragoza.

The renewable gas supplied by Naturgy has certified guarantees of origin and sustainability tests that assure Lecta of the reduction of emissions derived from our industrial activity and the fulfillment of the sustainability commitments set in our 2030 Agenda.

Lecta is firmly committed to sustainability, energy efficiency and decarbonization. This collaborative effort and commitment to the use of renewable energy is one more step the company has taken towards protecting the environment, combating climate change and promoting the circular economy.

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