Romprest, one of the most important companies dealing in urban cleaning, facility management and green arrangement, invests EUR 12 M this year in a project aimed at increasing the efficiency of the selective collection system and, in parallel, will continue the programme of investing in equipment and workforce, Elena Barabancea, Managing Department Director announced yesterday in a press conference. The project implies building an automated sorting facility that will reduce ramp storage by a minimum 40 pc. The end provider will be selected by tender.Also this year, the company will continue its programme aimed at investing in equipment, along with the expansion of its vehicle fleet worth over EUR 5 M, which will serve to purchasing 60 new high-capacity machines that will add to a fleet which already reached 600 vehicles.During the event, Elena Barabancea also presented the evolution of the company. “If in 2001, when it was founded, the company started with a share capital of EUR 200,000, now Romprest reached EUR 5.5 M at group level. In 2012, we target a turnover increase of 25 pc, from EUR 79 in 2011,” Barabancea explained. The conference was also attended by CEO Marian Necula.