- In 2001, the company became a pioneer in the sector by voluntarily restoring wilderness in Spain, taking charge of the ecological restoration and landscape cleanup. Two decades later, Fundación Cepsa continues to protect this area and promote its natural resources.
- The wetland located next to the company’s facilities in Palos de la Frontera, Huelva, exemplifies how business activity and care for the environment can coexist.
- Its restoration spearheaded an improvement in biodiversity and led to the area's recognition as a Wetland of International Importance (Ramsar), Natural Space, and Site of Community Importance.
- Throughout this period, Cepsa has made constant investments to protect this natural space and has encouraged more than 90,000 people to visit the area through different environmental awareness programs.
In 2001, Cepsa began working alongside the Regional Government of Andalusia to restore the landscape to its original condition and committed itself to its future conservation. Likewise, over the past two decades, the company and its foundation have led numerous research projects, maintenance projects, and programs to promote public use and raise environmental awareness in line with Sustainable Development Goals 14 (life below water) and 15 (life on land).