FCC Environmental Services’ American subsidiary has been secured a contract to provide the processing and marketing services for recyclable materials collected in the City of Mesquite, Texas.
The company said that the City of Mesquite has a population of 145,000 inhabitants and is one of the ten largest cities in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
Together with Dallas, Garland, Mesquite and University Park, FCC said that it will provide services for the treatment of recyclables to 2 million people in North Texas.
This contract is the seventh one signed by FCC in the past two years in the US, and is the fifth one in the State of Texas. To date, the backlog relating to these contracts stands at around $562 million.
The first contracts awarded to FCC in Texas were for the transportation of biosolid waste in the city of Houston, the construction and management of the new MRF in McCommas Bluff Landfill facilities in south Dallas, and to the treatment and commercialisation of all recyclable waste in University Park.
Furthermore, FCC has recently been awarded two MSW (Municipal Solid Waste) collection contracts in Polk County and Orange County in the state of Florida.
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