The FCC Group's Environment Department strengthens its presence in Europe by awarding new contracts in the United Kingdom and in the Czech Republic.
The contract awarded in the United Kingdom, where the FCC Group has provided environmental services since 1989, corresponds to the municipal collection, selective collection and road cleaning of the Barrow in Furness Town Hall in Cumbria. The business portfolio of this award amounts to 12 million pounds (about 14.3 million euros).
The duration of the contract is 7 years as of April 1, 2017 and may be extended for another 7 years after its completion. In addition, the company will make an investment close to 1.5 million pounds (1.8 million euros).
Barrow in Furness Town Hall is one of six districts of Cumbria County, which has a population of over 71,000 and 33,500 households.
This new award means an increase in FCC's market share in the county, where it has been providing municipal services for more than 20 years.
In the Czech Republic the Citizen Services Group has continued its expansion and the last contract has been through the subsidiary FCC Environment CEE that has been awarded contracts for municipal waste collection, selective collection, road cleaning and road maintenance, Maintenance of parks and gardens and management and maintenance of cemeteries of the city of Prostejov in the region of Moravia, for a period of eight years.
This award represents for the Group of Citizen Services a work in portfolio of 27.7 million euros and requires an investment of 2.5 million euros.
The FCC subsidiary has been providing all municipal services for 10 years and this new award demonstrates the trust placed by the city council of Prostejov in the Services Group, being a reliable partner with recognized experience, innovative and Which uses the most advanced technologies and committed to the environment, in the provision of efficient and quality services, in order to improve the lives of citizens.
A few days ago, FCC Environment, through its subsidiary FCC Environment UK, laid the foundation stone to build the new power plant from next-generation waste that will serve Edinburgh and Midlothian. FCC Environment has taken over the design, financing and construction of the facility, and will then operate it for a period of 25 years. This contract was awarded to the company last October and represents a portfolio of 450 million pounds (about 535 million euros).
The plant, scheduled to start in April 2019, will treat around 135,000 tonnes of household waste annually and an additional 20,000 tonnes of commercial waste. It will also generate enough electricity each year to meet the energy demand of up to approximately 32,000 households.
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