The City of Garland, near Dallas has awarded FCC Environmental Services, a $6 million contract for the transportation, treatment and commercialisation services of Garland's recyclable waste.
The company, the US subsidiary of Spanish owned envionmental services firm, FCC Group, explained that under the five year contract it will manage recyclable waste from around 230,000 residents and recover some 10,000 tonnes recyclables per year.
The contract is the sixth formalised by FCC, which recently opened its first US material recycling facility in Dallas, over the last two years, the fourth in the state of Texas.
To date, the company said that the backlog relating to those contracts stands at around $560 million.
The first contracts awarded in Texas related to the transportation of biosolid waste in the city of Houston, the construction and management of the new MR in McCommas Bluff Landfill facilities in south Dallas, and to the treatment and commercialisation of all recyclable waste in University Park.
FCC also noted that it has recently been awarded two municipal solid waste collection contracts in Polk County and Orange County in the state of Florida.
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