Cipnes-Gallura 

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Questa rassegna stampa comprende le notizie di stretta rilevanza per il territorio e le aziende insediate nell’area industriale, come, per esempio, le notizie di tipo economico, sociale, culturale, di servizio, o quelle che riguardano il Consorzio Industriale di Olbia CIPNES-Gallura

 

 

 

  • Le selezioni di McDonald's, 700 candidati per 40 posti

La Nuova Sardegna 20 giugno 2018

  • Le selezioni di McDonald's

L'Unione Sarda 20 giugno 2018

  • Imprese e sviluppo, la Zes avanza anche in Gallura

La Nuova Sardegna 19 giugno 2018

  • Cipnes, oggi il convegno sulle Zone economiche speciali

La Nuova Sardegna 18 giugno 2018

  • Pubblico e privati insieme per gestire l'Università

La Nuova Sardegna 15 giugno 2018

  • Emergenza rifiuti, arriva una proroga

La Nuova Sardegna 15 giugno 2018

  • Scintille nel vertice in Provincia in attesa della deroga regionale

La Nuova Sardegna 14 giugno 2018

  • Caos rifiuti, domani un incontro tra sindaci, Cipnes e Regione

La Nuova Sardegna 13 giugno 2018

  • La Regione ora si difende: l'ok spetta alla Provincia

La Nuova Sardegna 12 giugno 2018

  • Caos rifiuti, i consiglieri regionali all'attacco

La Nuova Sardegna 11 giugno 2018

  • Rifiuti, l'ira di Nizzi: la regione ci ascolti o si rischia il collasso

La Nuova Sardegna 10 giugno 2018

  • Rifiuti a Spiritu Santu, match Regione-Provincia

L'Unione Sarda 10 giugno 2018

  • I sindaci: "E' stato d'emergenza, fateci scaricare a Spiritu Santu"

La Nuova Sardegna 9 giugno 2018

  • Rifiuti a Villacidro, Nizzi: "E' allerta"

L'Unione Sarda 9 giugno 2018

  • Caos rifiuti, scatta lo stato d'emergenza

La Nuova Sardegna 8 giugno 2018

  • Rifiuti conferiti a Villacidro, i comuni dicono no

L'Unione Sarda 8 giugno 2018

  • La guerra dell'acqua, il Cipnes: "Abbanoa ci deve 8 milioni"

La Nuova Sardegna 28 maggio 2018

  • Abbanoa, è ricorso

L'Unione Sarda 28 maggio 2018

  • La guerra dell'acqua. Cipnes: "Abbanoa onori il debito di 8 milioni"

Olbianova.it 27 maggio 2018

  • In tribunale la guerra dell'acqua, il Cipnes pagherà 339 mila euro

La Nuova Sardegna 26 maggio 2018

  • Contenzioso con Abbanoa. Il Cipnes deve pagare 339 mila euro

L'Unione Sarda 26 maggio 2018

  • Tra biciclette e fast food il nuovo corso del Cipnes

La Nuova Sardegna 27 maggio 2018

  • Da giugno a settembre le attività nel centro "I Folletti di Kines"

La Nuova Sardegna 24 maggio 2018

  • Si chiude dopo 11 anni la guerra del porto tra Cipnes e Autority

La Nuova Sardegna 23 maggio 2018

  • Cipnes e Autorità portuale: accordo sulle aree contese

L'Unione Sarda 23 maggio 2018

  • McDonald's assume, al via le selezioni

La Nuova Sardegna 22 maggio 2018

  • Olbia: McDonald's cerca 40 lavoratori per il nuovo ristorante

Olbia.it 22 maggio 2018

  • Una nuova pista ciclabile: via Escrivà cambia volto

La Nuova Sardegna 19 maggio 2018

  • Via libera al McDonald's

L'Unione Sarda 19 maggio 2018

  • Al via a settembre i lavori per la pista del Cipnes

La Nuova Sardegna 18 maggio 2018

  • Sì alla super pista ciclabile dal centro a Pittulongu

L'Unione Sarda 18 maggio 2018

  • Olbia, pista ciclabile fotovoltaica: lavori a settembre

Olbia.it 18 maggio 2018

  • Terreni ex Palmera a "Su Arrasolu", sì del Tar al Cipnes

La Nuova Sardegna 17 maggio 2018

  • McDonald's pronte le autorizzazioni

La Nuova Sardegna 15 maggio 2018

  • Olbia: nuovo McDonald's aperto entro l'estate

Olbia.it 14 maggio 2018

  • Addio rischio idraulico, argini sul rio Padredduri

La Nuova Sardegna 12 maggio 2018

  • Geovillage, asta a rischio dopo la mossa del Cipnes

L'Unione Sarda 10 maggio 2018

  • Svolta energetica dalla discarica

La Nuova Sardegna 8 maggio 2018

  • Il Cipnes spiega come farà il biometano dai rifiuti

L'Unione Sarda 8 maggio 2018

  • Spiritu Santu: "No all'ampliamento della discarica"

La Nuova Sardegna 6 maggio 2018

  • Insula ambasciatrice dei prodotti sardi al Cibus di Parma

La Nuova Sardegna 6 maggio 2018

  • Cibo di Sardegna: Insula a Parma

L'Unione Sarda 5 maggio 2018

  • Insula e il cibo sardo al Salone internazionale dell'alimentazione

La Nuova Sardegna 5 maggio 2018

  • Discarica, il Cipnes vuole il biometano: strategico per la città

La Nuova Sardegna 29 aprile 2018

  • La discarica di Spiritu Santu. In Consiglio l'ampliamento di 7 ettari

La Nuova Sardegna 26 aprile 2018

  • Cinquanta nuove imprese alle porte del Consorzio

La Nuova Sardegna 19 aprile 2018

  • Geovillage, battaglia sulle volumetrie

L'Unione Sarda 1 aprile 2018

  • Lite al Consorzio

L'Unione Sarda 30 marzo 2018

  • Il Cipnes: "Su Padru deciderà l'assemblea"

La Nuova Sardegna 30 marzo 2018

  • Padru può entrare nel Consorzio industriale

L'Unione Sarda 29 marzo 2018

  • Il Tar dice sì al Comune: Padru entrerà nel Cipnes

La Nuova Sardegna 29 marzo 2018

  • Il Cipnes vuole il Geovillage: ultimatum per il fallimento

L'Unione Sarda 27 marzo 2018

  • La Regione prova l'accelerata per le zone economiche speciali

La Nuova Sardegna 26 febbraio 2018

  • Olbia. McDonald's apre in Zona Industriale: ecco 35 posti di lavoro

Olbia.it 01 febbraio 2018

  • La tangenziale raddoppia, c'è l'accordo dopo 20 anni

La Nuova Sardegna 22 gennaio 2018

 


Area ind. ieri oggi

 

 

There are 608 operational economic activities and an estimated 5,800 employees are employed in the area.

The main types of productive activities present in the Consortium are:

Wholesale and retail trade 22.0%;  13.5% boating;  9.1% car repair shops;  Transportation 7.3%;  Wood, furniture 7.2%;  Construction 6.1%;  Installations 4.1%;  Hotels, bars, tourism facilities 3.9%.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

A well-equipped green area of about 10 hectares is serviced by the standard consortium

 

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The organizational structure of the Consortium ensures the management and maintenance of the equipped green areas of the collective use of CIPNES, according to a management, maintenance and development plan;

• Performs the planning and implementation in direct administration of new parks and green areas of the CIPNES areas of competence;

• Promotes and manages, in collaboration with the Regional Forestry Agency, the design of thematic routes and certification of native species;

• Promotes and manages school / work alternation projects in the agglomeration industrial consortium.

The issues concerning the protection of health, safety and the environment have now assumed a central role in the policies of sustainable development of production and industrial areas. For this reason CIPNES- Gallura considers as a priority the reconversion of its industrial area in an Ecologically Equipped Production Area (APEA), and, with the aim of favouring and supporting the environmentally sustainable settlement of new production activities, ensures greater and permanent attention towards all environmental matrices, implements the principles of eco-efficiency and environmental sustainability and guarantees a governance based on an integrated management of environmental, health and safety issues of the entire consortium production area pursuant to art. 26 of Legislative Decree n. 112/1998.

The specific technical and organizational requirements typical of an A.P.E.A. are well defined by the Sardinian Region with Resolution G.R. n. 4/2 of 25.01.2013 - Regional Directives on the Subject of Ecologically Equipped Production Areas.

For the reasons explained above, the CIPNES Gallura Policy has priority objectives:

- to pursue environmental performance superior to the sum of the benefits obtainable from the optimization of the production processes of each established company;

- generate socio-economic and competitive benefits for companies operating within the consortium areas;

- create an alliance between the established companies, involving them in a virtuous mechanism in being competitive, providing quality to the entire production chain;

- launch a marketing and attractive action on which to base the improvement of the image and reputation of the area thanks to the APEA qualification;

- create the conditions to generate savings on costs for established companies, improve the protection of the environment, health and safety of workers, therefore, promote the area and attract new companies that want to settle in the CIPNES APEA area.

- design and implement energy production and distribution infrastructures from renewable sources in the consortium industrial area, such as cycle paths with photovoltaic coverage, biomethane for recovery of municipal and organic waste, and thermodynamic solar energy.

- be equipped with integrated management systems to manage energy, water supply, wastewater disposal, rainwater recovery, use of materials, waste, processing product flows, such as to ensure the maximum reuse and recycling, as well as the maximization of energy efficiency, for the benefit of the consortium area and its users;

- adopt a performance monitoring system and an improvement plan;

- strengthen the information sources for products, processes and innovation of the organization, through the creation of advanced ICT networks, in order to strengthen relations with the outside world and improve logistics services to ensure the availability and punctuality of goods and materials;

- integration in the local community so that the industrial / production site can be considered as an opportunity to improve the quality of life through social structures that are easy to access for workers and citizens.

 
The render of the cycle paths with photovoltaic coverage
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Biodigester

 

biodigestoreCIPNES is currently implementing an extensive program of strategic actions with little environmental impact, aimed at increasing energy efficiency and reducing supply costs in order to support production activities, and is awaiting authorisation for an "anaerobic digestion" production plant for biomethane, produced by the treatment of organic and special non-hazardous differentiated urban waste, currently treated in the consortium composting structure.

This biogas derives from anaerobic digestion of biomass deriving mainly from solid urban waste,  and will be treated to achieve the biomethane and thus be introduced into the urban natural gas network for local distribution in the Olbia industrial consortium, as well as serving the new health and research centre, Mater Olbia.

The new anaerobic biodigester will be able to treat 25,000 tons of urban organic waste every year and other biomass for an additional 45,000 tons, and produce about 500 standard cubic meters per hour of biomethane from the urban waste alone, also to be used for heat generation.

The realization of this plant design has strategic importance in terms of recovery, reuse and valorisation of waste and urban and treated vegetable waste to produce clean energy and, thanks to the incentives recognized by the Energy Services Operator (GSE), will have a positive economic impact that will significantly reduce the pricing of the consortium treatment service of the RSU in the urban area of ​​Olbia.

Apea (ecologically equipped production area)

 

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CIPNES - Gallura considers the reconversion of its industrial area in an Ecologically Equipped Production Area (APEA) as a priority and, with the aim of favouring and supporting the ecologically sustainable establishment of new production activities, ensures greater and permanent attention to all environmental matrices, implements the principles of eco-efficiency and environmental sustainability and ensures a governance based on an integrated management of environmental, health and safety issues of the entire consortium production area pursuant to art. 26 of Legislative Decree n. 112/1998.

The specific technical and organizational addresses and requirements of an A.P.E.A. are defined by the Sardinian Region with Resolution G.R. n. 4/2 of 25.01.2013 - Regional Directives on the Subject of Ecologically Equipped Production Areas.

The priority objectives of CIPNES are as follows:

- higher environmental performance compared to the sum of the benefits obtainable from the optimization of the production processes of each established company;

- socio-economic and competitive benefits for companies operating within the consortium areas;

- a marketing and attractive action on which to base the improvement of the area’s image and reputation, thanks to the APEA qualification;

- cost savings for established companies;

- protection of the environment, health and safety of workers;

- to promote the area and attract new companies wishing to establish themselves in the CIPNES APEA area;

- design and construction of energy production and distribution infrastructures from renewable sources in the consortium industrial area, such as cycle paths with photovoltaic coverage, biomethane for recovery of municipal and organic waste, and thermodynamic solar energy;

- integrated management systems to manage energy, water supply, wastewater disposal, rainwater recovery, use of materials, waste, processing product flows, so as to ensure the reuse, recycling and maximization of energy efficiency for the benefit of the consortium area and its users;

- monitoring of performance and an improvement plan;

- enhancement of information sources for products, processes and innovation of the organization, through the creation of advanced ICT networks, in order to strengthen relations with the outside world and improve logistics services to ensure availability and punctuality of goods and materials;

- integration in the local community so that the industrial / production site can be considered as an opportunity to improve the quality of life through social structures that are easy to access for workers and citizens.

 

 

Costa Smeralda

 

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Established in 1963 from an initiative by Prince Karim Aga Khan, head of the Ismailis, the Costa Smeralda extends over an area of ​​2400 hectares in the north-east of Sardinia, and falls almost entirely under the jurisdiction of the municipal territory of Arzachena (the remaining part belonging to Olbia). Protected by a registered trademark, the Costa Smeralda borders with numerous prestigious tourist locations such as Porto Rotondo (a village created by the Venetian Counts, Luigino and Nicolò donà dalle Rose), Poltu Quatu, Baja Sardinia and Cannigione.

Extending over a stretch of coastline of twenty kilometres, the Costa Smeralda is characterised by the presence of pristine beaches and numerous islands including Cappuccini, Bisce, Li Nibani, Mortorio, Le Camere, Soffi and the Maddalena archipelago. The heart of the Costa Smeralda is Porto Cervo (in the local Galluran dialect “Monti di Mola”), but other places like Romazzino, Capriccioli, Cala di Volpe, Golfo Pevero, Pantogia and Liscia di Vacca are well known and highly appreciated. A Historic symbol of Porto Cervo, is the Stella Maris church, built in the nineteen sixties by architect Michele Busiri Vici, and overlooks the new Marina and Monte Moro, with a style that fits perfectly with the surrounding architecture.

In 2012 the holding property of the Costa Smeralda, including the extra-luxury hotels Pitrizza, Cala di Volpe, Romazzino, Cervo, Pevero and Tennis Club were transferred by US financier Tom Barrack to the Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani (who operates the sovereign fund of Qatar) for the sum of 750 million euros. The Arab state has recently acquired 49% of the capital of Meridiana, the airline founded by the Aga Khan, based in Olbia, at the Costa Smeralda airport. The Sate of Qatar is currently building the so called Mater Olbia, a medical clinic and a research centre of absolute excellence in the south of the city and a short distance from the airport.

Rubbish dump landfill 

discarica4 With the regional Resolution 31/17 of 27 June 2017, the regional council has allocated 2.3 million Euros to CIPNES in Olbia for the completion and permanent securing of the former Spiritu Santu municipal landfill.

The sum is part of an intervention program of 6.5 million Euros for the reclamation of discarded municipal landfills and open-air dumps originally used as a nomad camp, which will benefit CIPNES and the Municipalities of Cagliari, Uta, Quartucciu, Dorgali and Selargius. The resources are included in the Pact for Sardinia signed in Sassari on 29 July 2016 by the President of the Region Francesco Pigliaru and by the then Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, and included interventions for over a billion and a half Euros, of which 276, 6 million to be spent in two years period 2016-17.

"Regional funding,- CIPNES technicians explain – will be used for the definitive coverage of the disused municipal landfill. This is an intervention aimed at the separation of materials buried by the surface environment and aimed at limiting the infiltration of water and, therefore, to minimize the formation of leachate and the release of biogas into the atmosphere. This surface barrier also has the objective of favouring the run-off and drainage of rainwater away from the burial area and to absorb any different materials, without losing its functionality. The proposed coverage” - concludes CIPNES – “will be implemented in order to be efficient and require limited maintenance. In fact, it represents the first form of defence against the pollution phenomena due to leachate, acting directly against its formation".

 

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La Costa Smeralda, nata nel 1963 per iniziativa del capo degli ismailiti, il principe Karim Aga Khan, occupa una superficie di 2400 ettari nella zona nord orientale della Sardegna, e ricade quasi interamente nel  territorio comunale di Arzachena (la rimanente in quello di Olbia). Tutelata da un marchio registrato, la Costa Smeralda confina con numerose località turistiche di pregio come Porto Rotondo (borgo creato dai conti veneziani Luigino e Nicolò donà dalle Rose), Poltu Quatu, Baja Sardinia e Cannigione. 

Estesa su un tratto di costa di venti chilometri, la Costa Smeralda si caratterizza per la presenza di spiagge incontaminate e da numerose isole fra cui Cappuccini, Bisce, Li Nibani, Mortorio, Le Camere, Soffi e l'arcipelago della Maddalena. Il cuore della Costa Smeralda è Porto Cervo (in dialetto gallurese Monti di Mola), ma sono assai conosciute e apprezzate altre località come Romazzino, Capriccioli, Cala di Volpe, Golfo Pevero, Pantogia e Liscia di Vacca. Simbolo storico di Porto Cervo, è la chiesa Stella Maris, realizzata negli anni sessanta dall'architetto Michele Busiri Vici, che si affaccia sulla nuova Marina e Monte Moro. con uno stile che si adatta perfettamente all'architettura circostante. 

Nel 2012 la proprietà della Costa Smeralda, compresi gli hotel extralusso Pitrizza, Cala di Volpe, Romazzino, Cervo, Pevero e Tennis Club è passata dal finanziere statunitense Tom Barrack all'emiro del Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani (che gestisce il fondo sovrano del Qatar) per la cifra di 750 milioni di euro. Lo stato arabo di recente ha acquisito il 49% del capitale di Meridiana, la compagnia aerea fondata dall'Aga Khan, con sede a Olbia, nell'aeroporto Costa Smeralda. Il Qatar sta anche realizzando, a sud della città e a pochissima distanza dallo scalo aeroportuale, il Mater Olbia, una clinica e centro di ricerca di assoluta eccellenza.

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