EcoCuadrado is a company whose vocation is to turn waste into valuable assets and to thus keep it from ending up in the landfill
Here at EcoCuadrado, we began working with different solid urban waste management facilities, but we soon increased our scope to the management of industrial waste and recycling facilities. We offer specialized support to our clients through our extensive sales work and the environmental consulting services that we provide.
We have undertaken detailed analyses of waste management plants and recycling plants and therefore can proudly state that we have vast knowledge in these areas.
EcoCuadrado was conceptualized to change the status quo in terms of waste management, understanding waste not as something lost but instead as a by-product that we can reuse and recycle. Our aim is to establish an innovative waste management and recycled product market in which transparency and environmental traceability are paramount.
We look towards the future by positioning our company as an environmental leader in terms of waste management, hoping to establish our “Zero Waste” model in all corners of the Earth.
To optimally undertake waste management through our vast knowledge of the sector.
To offer a wide range of recycled products and services.
To guarantee transparency and precision in the work we carry out.
To reach the best solution through synergies which include the great, multidisciplinary, human group that we are and our clients.
We are currently living in a time of renewed models for consumption and environmental care in which the Three R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) are the keystones of our society and of those societies which are to come.
We are proud to be part of a growing sector which is able to create thousands of green jobs around the world. At EcoCuadrado, we go a step further: we believe that everyone has the right to have a chance; therefore, we include people in our network of workers who come from less-favorable conditions such as individuals with disabilities (through different foundations) and inmates from penitentiary centers. Our aim is to include them in our sector, thus allowing for their personal and occupational development. Over the last year, more than 200 people were employed in our centers or workshops. We trust that we will be able to continue working along these lines in order to expand our network each year.