Endesa Reforests with Fruit and Carob Trees in Piura

Published on Monday, 22 November 2010

Lima, 22 November 2010 – In addition, fruit trees such as lemon, mango, papaya and coconut were planted over 3 hectares.

Empresa Eléctrica de Piura (Endesa - Enel Generación Piura) continues to contribute to environmental conservation through a reforestation programme implemented in its thermal power plants located in the city of Talara (Piura) and neighbouring areas. 

The initiative, which seeks to improve local microclimate and control soil erosion, involves planting—over 17 hectares of desert—indigenous trees such as Carob, a species that is high-temperature tolerant and from which carob syrup can be obtained; this syrup is highly used in Peruvian cuisine.  

It should be noted that tree production will be used to improve the economy of families from communities neighbouring Enel Generación Piura’s power plant. In this way, Endesa confirms its commitment to environmental care.

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