Ecological Plant Inaugurated in Costa Rica

Distribuidora Florex Centroamericana S.A. opened a 100% ecological plant for industrial cleaning products.

Thursday, April 23, 2009


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The company, which won the Regional Award for Cleaner Production, given by the Central American Commission on Environment and Development last month, designed the plant so that its entire value chain is developed according to green design parameters.

An article in Nacion.com reported: "The new plant, conceived with green design parameters, takes advantage of sunlight and even rainwater, reuses wastewater from the industrial process, has treatment plants for sewage, temperature and humidity control without air conditioning and daily monitoring of their vehicles’ CO2 emissions, before defining the route to be followed for product distribution."

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The Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), and entity of the World Bank Group which offers political risk insurance and credit enhancement mechanisms, today announced its support for the acquisition, expansion and modernization of a plant for bathroom ceramics in Managua (Nicaragua) belonging to Corona, a ceramics manufacturing company based in Colombia. The investment will increase the availability of sinks and toilets in the country, which is facing major sanitation deficiencies, above all in poor rural areas.

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Ecologic, S.A.

Organization that operates in Panama.
Phone: (507) 3919181 - (507) 66493220

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