At ZICLA, we have been working since 2005 to make city streets more accessible, sustainable, inclusive and friendly.
Our systems and product families help cities meet 21st-century challenges by transforming urban areas quickly, sustainably and economically. They help improve mobility, traffic and accessibility and they do it using recycled products.
We also work to make cities more sustainable. To achieve that we innovate with waste, turning it into new materials and products.
Cities and their waste are an opportunity for innovation and change.
What we have achieved to date.
We have been working since 2005 to make city streets more accessible, sustainable, inclusive and friendly, and so that city waste can be used as raw materials in industrial processes.
These figures confirm the value of our project:
cities in 18 countries where our solutions are implemented.
accessible bus stops with
km of cycle lanes protected with ZICLA separators.
tonnes of plastic waste consumed between 2009 and 2020.
tonnes of CO2
The European standards bodies CEN and CENELEC have approved and published the first European standard on the accessibility of the built environment: NE 17210. It should be noted that this
Barcelona is changing the paradigm of mobility and is moving towards a healthier, more sustainable, and safer mobility. The city has an extensive transport network that guarantees the mobility of
The demand for accessible products and services in the United States and Canada is already high, and the number of citizens with disabilities or functional limitations who need them is
In the old neighborhoods of many cities the sidewalks are very narrow, and their extension is either not possible or is part of an integral urban renewal of the place.