Present were the deputy minister Gava, the undersecretary Prisco and the governors De Luca and Emiliano
A third ‘institutional’ day at Ecoworld, the internationally important event for the ecological transition and the circular economy, underway in Rimini until tomorrow. In the morning, in fact, the deputy minister of the Ministry of Business and Made in Italy, Vannia Gava, participated at the Cisa stand in the presentation of the first Italian aircraft dismantling and recycling center which will be built in Grottaglie airport, in Taranto. A project of great importance for Puglia, which could become a point of reference for the sector, with significant economic and employment implications.
Emanuele Prisco, Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of the Interiorinstead visited the pavilions of the Fair, focusing above all on the strategic role that Ecomondo plays for the promotion of the ecological transition in Italy.
The governor of the Campania Region Vincenzo De Luca he then presented, during a meeting-interview, the project of water autonomy of the territory, which involves multiple interventions, including the management of large networks. He is also present president of the Puglia Region Michele Emilianointervened in the space of the Apulian Aqueduct.