Work will begin to remove the high-voltage lines that run south of the Coke Battery farm and around the town of Garages of Avilés as an agreement was reached between Sepides and ArcelorMittal. The elimination of these power lines will put an end to the concern of the residents of the town about their environmental impact.SEPIDES and ArcelorMittal, in an act of public-private collaboration, before the cessation of the activity, signed a Collaboration Agreement for the safe transfer of the area and the provision of supplies and services after the closure of Coke Batteries. Subsequently, in January 2020, the parties sign the final act of delivery and availability of the facilities and plots, which establishes the maintenance of a series of easements, including overhead power lines. This process of dismantling the high-voltage overhead lines is yet another step, necessary for the consolidation of the demolition, decontamination and urban development process in the area of Batteries.The demolition and refurbishment of the Batteries area represents a new industrial development milestone for SEPIDES, through its company Parque Empresarial Principado de Asturias SL in Asturias. As part of the commitment made for years with Asturias, and specifically with Avilés and its surroundings, it is facing the environmental transformation and recovery of the field of Coke Batteries. The conversion project of the old Coke Batteries will entail the creation of more than 200,000 square meters of finalist land in a privileged, sustainable space surrounded by industry and innovation in which to establish business initiatives.