Today, The City of Houston awarded FCC, a 15+5-year contract for the design, build and operation of a 120,000 square foot plus recycling facility, which will be constructed on over 10 acres.  Once built, the facility will have a processing capacity of 145,000 tons per year.

The equipment that will be utilized is the most modern state-of-the-art with the latest technology available in the industry to sort the recyclable materials safely and efficiently.

With the addition of the City of Houston contract, FCC has solidified their growth in the US, where existing contracts provide service to more than 8 million citizens in dozens of communities throughout the US.

FCC´s Managing Director for the US, Inigo Sanz, stated: “FCC recognizes the opportunity to provide environmental stewardship to the citizens of The City of Houston and look forward to presenting a program and facility that will benefit all communities that will utilize this important endeavor. FCC wants to thank the councilmembers and other City departments who believed our proposal was the best for the City of Houston and for entrusting FCC with this great project. We are honored to play such an important role for our city, communities and citizens”