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Mallorca`s Master Plan for Urban Waste

In 2019, the Consell de Mallorca approved a new sectorial master plan for non-hazardous waste for Mallorca whose main objective is to regulate the management of this type of waste on the island. Within the scope of the waste included in the tender awarded to TIRME (assimilable municipal waste, WWTP sludge ...), the Consell de Mallorca has opted for a waste management model that drives bio-waste composting  (FORM). To this end, the plan includes the deployment of five new compost plants that in the future will be located in: Llucmajor Calvià Santa Margalida Felanitx and Marratxí.


Mallorca's Master Plan for Urban Waste

Corporate documents

Waste production and management data

Waste management agreement

Responsible Procurement Guide

Procurement general terms and conditions

Booking form Environmental Information and Education Center

Waste Management Mallorca

Consell Agreement

On November 15, 2023, Consell de Mallorca and TIRME formalized the fifth modification of the concession contract. The main modifications/changes of this new contract are: construction of the future FORM Composting Plant in LLucmajor and the realization and improvements in the Methanization Plant

Educational materials

Good compost use

Waste management on Mallorca (English and German)

Waste management on Mallorca (Spanish and Catalan)

Energy Recovery Plant Chart

Methanation Chart

Environmental Surveillance and Measures Plan

Eco-aggregate certificate

What you need to know when buying compost

Shareholders' Meeting

The Shareholders' Meeting represents the company's shareholders responsible for adopting decisions on matters assigned to it in accordance with the Articles of Association.

It is made up of the following members:

  • Urbaser, S.A., with an 80% stake, and
  • FCC Medio Ambiente, S.A., which owns 20% of the shares.

Average payment period to suppliers

In compliance with the third additional provision. << Information obligation >> of Law 15/2010, of July 5, amending Law 3/2004, of December 29, establishing measures to combat late payment in commercial transactions, the average payment period to suppliers, the monetary volume and number of invoices paid in a period shorter than the maximum established in the late payment regulations, and the percentage they represent on the total number of invoices and the total monetary amount of payments to suppliers are reported below:

Average payment period to suppliers (days) 59
Monetary volume (thousands of euros) 34,904
Percentage on the total of payments made 70%
Number of invoices paid 5,250
Percentage on the total number of invoices 78%