Sitting almost an hour west of the city is a metal and electronics waste processing company, owned by Hephaestus Industries. Cacibajagua, and other smaller towns, appreciate the thoughtful planning of the scrapyard, staying far enough away that the sound of screeching metal and heavy machinery isn't a noise pollutant for their peaceful communities. It is a little odd that it's surrounded by concrete walls about two stories tall, though the company's website positively explains that it's to make sure debris is less likely to fly out, either during processing or from violent storm activity.
It seems that business is good, as the sound of machinery moving spotlights seem to go on 24/7. Maybe the employees park within it's robust walls...