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24/09/2020

FCC Medio Ambiente reinforces its presence in Portugal with the award of the contract for waste collection and street cleansing services in the Sousa Valley

LEER MÁS

The City Councils of Felgueiras and Lousada have awarded FCC Environment (FCC Medio Ambiente’s subsidiary in Portugal) the contract for the collection and transport of urban waste and street cleansing for a period of eight years. The total portfolio of the contract represents an order book value over 12.5 million euro ...

11/09/2020

FCC Medio Ambiente renews the contract for waste collection and street cleansing services in Segovia

LEER MÁS

Segovia City Council has once again placed its trust in FCC Medio Ambiente (the Spanish brand of FCC Environment) and has awarded the firm the contract for municipal solid waste collection and street cleansing services for a ten-year period. The new contract represents an order book value over 56 million euro. Furtherm...

03/09/2020

FCC Medio Ambiente, pioneer in obtaining certification as a Healthy Organization in all its locations in Spain

LEER MÁS

FCC Medio Ambiente, the first company in its sector to certify its Healthy Company Management System in 2013, is also now a pioneer in migrating to AENOR's new SIGOS (Healthy Organization Management System) model. The wide scope of the certification covers nearly all of FCC Environment’s activity in Spain. The company'...

02/09/2020

FCC’s Material Recycling Facility at Houston (Texas) honoree as the Best Recycling Facility of the USA

LEER MÁS

The Houston Material Recycling Facility (MRF), built, financed and operated by FCC Environmental Services, the American FCC’s affiliate specialized in delivering environmental services, has been honored with the Recycling Facility of the Year 2020 award by the National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA). This award r...

29/07/2020

FCC's revenues remain stable despite the effects of COVID-19

LEER MÁS

During the first half of 2020, the revenues stood at EUR 2,822.2 million, 5.7%, less than the first half of 2019. This is due to the impact of the measures taken since mid-March in most of the countries in which the Group operates to combat the COVID-19 health crisis. With regards to the business areas, the effect was ...