Utilities Torrelodones electricity to the electricity comes from the transport structure that is installed by the company Red Electrica throughout the Community of Madrid where several electrical substations and transmission systems wiring all together to ensure continuity of supply in the event of failure of any station subel ctrica. The domestic distribution of electricity in the village is performed by the company Iberdrola, which has adequate facilities to provide electricity to its customers under contract. The electrical energy billed per capita in 2005 was 3264. Alternative energy home solar panels in the neighborhood of Los Robles. Source of 1926, located on Charles Street on easy street Picabea Container Camino de Valladolid urban cleaning service operating in Calle Real.Torrelodones City Council has signed up to the Manifesto of Cities for Climate, during development of the Third Assembly of the Spanish Network of Cities for Climate, held in San Sebastian in July 2008. The manifesto commits the signatories to promote in their respective institutions to document the recommendations of the European Union to try to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases in their respective territories. To achieve this, since the City Council is carrying out a plan of action to implement energy efficiency and sustainable development contained in the Local Agenda 21 and the Consistory has joined the Network of Local Biodiversity 2010, to the commitments of Aalborg 10 towards sustainable development and the Energy Cities network by providing for the establishment of systems for production of clean energy to supply the needs of public and private buildings.In the town there are already many installations of solar thermal and photovoltaics on public buildings and private homes according to current building regulations in 2009. Natural gas Most of the town houses are equipped with natural gas supply service for central heating and other common uses of such fuel. Fuels Torrelodones there are two gas stations in issuing all types of petroleum fuels, which are supplied with tankers that are fed by reservoirs Hydrocarbon Logistics Company (HLC) has in the Community of Madrid, which has three facilities Villaverde storage, and Torrejon de Ardoz Loeches and Control Center (Dispatching) from where it manages all the national pipeline network.The CLH’s pipeline network in the Community of Madrid is the length of 204.9 kilometers and connects all the storage facilities. integrated water management integral management of drinking water in Torrelodones the public company executes Canal Isabel II which manages the water throughout the Community of Madrid. That company was founded in 1851. In 1984, Canal de Isabel II is dependent on the Madrid and is entrusted, in addition to traditional services of supply, purification and waste water improvement and conservation of rivers. In June 2006 An agreement was signed between Canal de Isabel II and the municipalities of Majadahonda, Boadilla Torrelodones and to use as recycled water irrigation.The agreement allowed the implementation of the Plan and reuse of water purification in Torrelodones, which would save the municipality about 400,000 cubic meters of water annually. Municipal solid waste (MSW) street cleaning service and solid waste collection urban (waste) from the town of Torrelodones’s make a Temporary Business (UTE) that comprise companies and Vertresa-Senda URBASER Company (Company Waste Landfills). In February 2009 has been implemented garbage collection in the new containers known as “easy to make the entire process of collecting more effectively Torrelodones being the first town in the Autonomous Region which has launched this new collection system. Point clean in October 2008, began construction of a recycling at the end of the street gardens.It was inaugurated on 11 July 2009, is built on a plot of 1,527 m2, divided into two platforms in different heights, facilitating the unloading of waste containers, and has two doors, one for trucks and other vehicle users, who have, on the one hand, small containers divided into two zones. A first discovered, with deposits on which to place paper, metals, aerosols, clothes, ink and toner, cartons, plastic containers, glass, etc..