A “first stone” was laid on Thursday night on the site of the future premises that will house the central kitchen in Ploemeur. The long-awaited so-called “Arlesian” is now coming out of the ground.
It’s in front of a group of guests – Baptiste Rolland, sub-prefect, Gaëlle Le Stradic, vice-president of the region, the elected officials of the country of Lorient, clients and future clients, agents who work there and the brand new director, Julien Quignon – that Ronan Loas, mayor of Ploemeur, presented this long-awaited tool.
Our ambition is to continue to develop on a mass production respectful of sustainable development, in new approval in quality products and in organic products to local producers.
Connection to the wood boiler room
The total cost of the work is estimated at € 3,396,668 excluding VAT and will benefit from subsidies: € 300,648 from the State, € 729,612 from the Region and € 100,000 from Lorient Agglomération.
“What new equipment is symbolic of the commune’s commitment to sustainable development and service quality, including the heating connection of the Bois driver’s urban heating network,” explains Ronan Loas. With the staff, our ambition is to continue working and to develop in a mass production respectful of sustainable development, in us approval in quality products, fresh and labeled products and organic products from local producers ”.
Located in the Kerdroual area
„In order to offer a catering service capable of best meeting the needs of the citizens of Ploemeuro but also of the Lorient agglomeration
and other communities to come, the City has decided to build this new production unit in the area of Kerdroual, which meets the main issues of our time, “said the mayor.
Partnership agreements exist, in particular with the cities of Larmor-Plage and Quimperlé for the provision of meals to schools, crèches, Ehpad and Mutualité 29-56.