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Asociación Envera is an NGO accredited by Fundación Lealtad.

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Solidarity Recycling Center


Envera's Solidarity Recycling Center is part of its Special Employment Center and was born with the implementation of the pioneer project in Europe Envera Inclusion Point.


Managed by professionals with disabilities, this center receives and recycles, for a second life, suitcases and articles lost in airplanes, ships and airports, once they have been disposed of in compliance with the Air Navigation Law.Once they have been disposed of in compliance with the Air Navigation Law, and whose legal depositary has decided to donate them to Envera, the center receives and recycles them for a second life.

Envera is in charge of triaging the suitcases, classifying the objects and leaving them in perfect condition to market them: used clothing and footwear, through auctions; objects of special value, through Envera Punto de Inclusión. 

In addition, the recycling of uniforms recycling of old uniforms uniforms.

In this way, objects are returned to the flow of the circular economy and jobs are created. economy and create jobs for people with disabilities. for people with disabilities.

Many of these items are also destined to the networking work that Envera carries out with other NGOs both in Spain (Red Cross, Mensajeros de la Paz, Cáritas, Grupo Talía, CEAR, Fundación Atenea for homelessness care in Madrid City Council), and outside our borders: Volunteers for Africa (Ethiopia), 'Vicente del Bosque' Soccer School (Senegal), AUDE (Rwanda), New Man, New Land (Cuba), or A Medicine for Venezuela, among others. Thanks to this work and the donation of thousands of products, Envera contributes to helping more than 25,000 vulnerable people. 

Envera is the only social organization that carries out this work of recycling lost luggage in Spain.. An initiative that it has been carrying out since January 2016 and that is endorsed by sustainability, quality and excellence, allowing Envera to impact 11 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda.

This Solidarity Recycling Center has become a benchmark for social benchmark for social action and has been visited, among other personalities, by the president of the Supreme Court and the CGPJ, the Ombudsman, members of the Disability Commission of the Congress of Deputies and the Assembly of Madrid, the general director of Disability Support Policies of the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, as well as mayors, councilors and managers of major Spanish companies.

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