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Eko Harden extends remediation efforts with Mares

What started as a collaboration for the remediation of Italian petrol stations has now been extended to industrial sites across Europe.Wikimedia Commons

Finnish greentech remediation specialist Eko Harden Technologies (EHT) has extended its collaboration with Mares for the clean-up of industrial sites in Italy and other European countries.

Eko Harden Technologies initially launched a two-year collaboration project with Italian remediation company Mares back in May to clean up petrol stations in Italy using its pioneering EKOGRID solution.

The agreement has now been extended to four years and expanded to include other industrial sectors in Italy. In addition, a second co-operation agreement between the two parties now covers around 1 000 sites in the Benelux area, Denmark, Spain and Sweden.

“Since May this year, Mares has already set up and begun remediation of the first petrol station in Italy using our EKOGRID in-situ remediation solution and another twelve have been prepared for remediation early in the New Year,” saidIisak Lusua, CCO and founding partner of EHT. “These projects that Mares will undertake in Italy and across Europe will benefit the environment and our business in 2019.”

The Finnish company also announced a partnership earlier this year with Chinese state-owned enterprise, China National Chemical Engineering Corporation.

Published on 12.12.2018