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Tersa Group

Transparency

 

We are committed to transparent management, based on sharing true information with all internal and external levels of the organisation, to transmit trust and promote co-responsibility.

TERSA Group has different management systems, externally audited and certified that sustain the transparency of the information and of the company processes.

Government

 

Board of Directors

The government and administration of the three companies forming TERSA Group corresponds to their respective Boards of Directors.

Group Structure

The main structure of group is formed by TERSA and its affiliates SEMESA and SIRESA, both companies owned 100% by TERSA. The group also participates in other companies.

Strategic planning

TERSA Group has a strategic plan formed on five axes of priority work: strategic management, operations, persons, logistics, and innovation.

Compliance Programme

TERSA Group makes available its Compliance Programme available from the professional Code of Conduct team, the Anti-corruption Guide and the Whistleblowing Channel .

Environment and Quality

 

Integrated Management System Policy

TERSA Group has an Integrated Management System Policy for quality, environment, and occupational risk prevention, to establish and revise the objectives and define the main commitments with those different groups of interest they relate to.

Environmental declaration

The EMAS provides greater credibility, transparency and efficiency to environmental management, that way responding to the main challenges in this area facing companies these days: the efficient use of resources, actuations against climate change, and corporate social responsibility.

Certifications

Certifications of the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards for the activities developed in relation to waste-to-energy, lightweight packaging selection, treatment of large residues, and management of collection centres. As well as ISO 50001 standard certification for the Sant Adrià de Besòs Waste-to-Energy Plant and the photovoltaic installations.

TERSA Group is also successfully registered in the European Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS).

 

TERSA

SEMESA

SIRESA

Corporate Social Responsibility

 

Sustainability Report

As an instrument for transparency, the Sustainability Report includes a detailed and complete report of the activity of the three companies forming part of the Group, TERSA, SEMESA and SIRESA, as well as the actuations carried out in Strategic Plan framework and of their environmental and social economic commitment.

Production Report

Report of the TERSA Group production data of its different activities:

Compromís Ciutadà per la Sostenibilitat

TERSA, SEMESA and SIRESA have signed Compromís Ciutadà per la Sostenibilitat 2012-2022 for a more equative, prosperous and self-sufficient Barcelona.

Organisational Information

The main structure of group is formed by TERSA and its affiliates SEMESA and SIRESA, both companies owned 100% by TERSA.

The organisational structure of Tractament i Eliminació de Residus, S.A. (TERSA) is based on two important axes:

 

Decision structure

Board of Directors: maximum decision making body of the company. Consisting of a maximum of fourteen members that periodically meets after a call by its president or whoever substitutes the same.

 

Management structure

This is the internal structure of the company. It is headed by the General Manager, as maximum director, and is formed by persons specialised in the different areas of responsibility.

The body that examines and adopts the agreements or decisions related to management of the company is the Management Committee, which meets every week.

Global vision of the assignment of responsibilities in the management structure.

The organisational structure of Selectives Metropolitanes, S.A. (SEMESA) is based on two important axes:

 

The decision structure

Board of Directors: maximum decision making body of the company. Consisting of a maximum of seven members that periodically meets after a call by its president or whoever substitutes the same.

The Chief Executive Officer and the general manager coordinate and monitor operations of the company, and meet every week.

 

The management structure

This is the internal structure of the company. It is headed by the General Manager and is formed by persons specialised in the different areas of responsibility.

Global vision of the assignment of responsibilities in the management structure.

The organisational structure of Solucions Integrals per als Residus S.A. (SIRESA) is based on two important axes:

 

The decision structure

Board of Directors: maximum decision making body of the company. Consisting of a maximum of nine members that periodically meets after a call by its president or whoever substitutes the same.
The Chief Executive Officer and the general manager coordinate and monitor operations of the company, and meet every week.

 

The management structure

This is the internal structure of the company. It is headed by the General Manager and is formed by persons specialised in the different areas of responsibility.
Global vision of the assignment of responsibilities in the management structure.

Legal Information

 

Regulation

Consolidated text of the Capital Companies Law approved by Royal Legislative Decree 1/2010 of July 2.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rdlg/2010/07/02/1/con

Law 25/2013 on Impulse of the electronic invoice and creation of the accounting record of invoices in the public sector.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/l/2013/12/27/25

Law 19/2013, of December 9, on transparency, access to public information and good governance.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/l/2013/12/09/19

Law 19/2014 of transparency, access to public information and good governance, approved by the Parliament of Catalonia last December has entered into force on July 1, 2015.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es-ct/l/2014/12/29/19

Law 22/2011 of July 28, on waste and contaminated soils

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/l/2011/07/28/22

Royal Decree 815/2013, of October 18, which approves the Regulations for industrial emissions and the implementation of Law 16/2002, of July 1, on integrated prevention and control of pollution

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rd/2013/10/18/815

Law 20/2009 of December 4 on prevention and environmental control of activities

https://www.boe.es/eli/es-ct/l/2009/12/04/20

Royal Legislative Decree 2/2015, of October 23, which approves the revised text of the Law on the Workers' Statute

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rdlg/2015/10/23/2/con

Royal Legislative Decree 8/2015, of October 30, which approves the revised text of the Law of General of Social Security

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rdlg/2015/10/30/8/con

Royal Decree 439/2007, of March 30, which approves the Regulation of personal income tax and modifies the Regulation of pension plans and funds, approved by Royal Decree 304/2004, of February 20

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rd/2007/03/30/439/con

Law 31/1995, of November 8, on the prevention of occupational hazards.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/l/1995/11/08/31/con

Royal Decree 486/1997 of April 14, which establishes the minimum safety and health provisions in workplaces.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rd/1997/04/14/486

Royal Decree 1215/1997, of July 18, which establishes the minimum safety and health provisions for the use of work equipment by workers.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rd/1997/07/18/1215

Royal Decree 1627/1997, of October 24, which establishes the minimum health and safety provisions in the construction works

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rd/1997/10/24/1627/con

Law 9/2017, of November 8, on Contracts of the public sector, which transposes into the Spanish legal system the European Parliament and Council Directives 2014/23 / EU and 2014/24 / EU, of 26 of February 2014.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/l/2017/11/08/9

General regulation of the Law of contracts approved by Royal Decree 1098/2001 of October 12.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rd/2001/10/12/1098/con

Royal Decree 817/2009 of May 8 by which the Law on public sector contracts is partially implemented.

https://www.boe.es/eli/es/rd/2009/05/08/817

Management structure

Minor contracts