Last January, an article on the LIFE Zero Cabin Waste project was published in Ronda magazine of Iberia, on page 84.
This publication is available in more than 7.400 domestic, European and international flights of Iberia, reaching out 1,649,477 passengers.
The article was published in Spanish and English and this was its content:
We continue to make progress on the LIFE Zero Cabin Waste project, which aims to make flights more sustainable through recycling. We’ve introduced a new model for waste using compartmentalized cars that facilitate separating plastic, cans Tetra Briks, and paper and cardboard from the rest of the waste. This means that trash already separated no flights is received differently based on what it is at the Gate Gourmet facilities at Madrid Airport. It is then removed by the waste manager, classified by material and recycled at the respective facilities.