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23/05/2022

FCC Environmental Services awarded a $450 million contract in Florida (US)

FCC Environmental Services, FCC Servicios Medio Ambiente’s American subsidiary, has been awarded the urban waste collection contract for the city of Port Saint Lucie, Florida. The contract, which will commence on 5th September, represents a backlog of up to $450 million (around €425 million) for a 7-year term and a pos...

19/05/2022

Rincón de la Victoria renews its trust in FCC Medio Ambiente

The City Council of Rincón de la Victoria (Málaga) has awarded the contract for urban waste collection, street and beach cleansing to FCC Medio Ambiente, present in the municipality's services since 2000 as a partner in the EMMSA joint venture. The total order book value amounts to €72 million for a 10-year term.

05/05/2022

FCC Medio Ambiente signs a collaboration agreement with the Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid

FCC Medio Ambiente has signed a collaboration agreement with the Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid (CEAR, in its Spanish acronym) for two years to improve the employability and promote the integration into the labour market of people participating in the Integration Programmes for International Protection Applicants, ...

03/05/2022

FCC Medio Ambiente obtains the 2020 'Compenso' seal granted by the Spanish Office for Climate Change

FCC Medio Ambiente, in order to fulfill the commitment to reduce its carbon footprint established in its 2050 Sustainability Strategy, has obtained the "Compenso" (“I compensate”) seal for the 2020 year, as the third stage that completes the "Calculo-Reduzco" (“I calculate – I reduce”) seal obtained this year and in pr...

29/04/2022

Madrid regional government acknowledges FCC Medio Ambiente’s “Best Practices for the prevention and control of COVID-19"

FCC Medio Ambiente received an award at the 2021 Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Acknowledgements and Mentions ceremony for "Best Practices for the Prevention and Control of COVID-19 in companies" from Madrid’s Regional Institute of Occupational Health and Safety.