WELLINGTON, Fla. (May 14, 2021) —- FCC Environmental Services was awarded a contract to commence service for the Village of Wellington by year-end for municipal solid waste, recycling, and commercial waste collections for 10 years, with a potential 5-year extension.
The Village Council members unanimously approved the contract during a recent May 11 board meeting. The total backlog of the contract with the extension is worth about $135 million.
FCC Environmental Services will operate the contract from its yard in nearby Boynton Beach with an additional 17-truck fleet. The southeast Florida community of Wellington resides in Palm Beach County.
“We’ll now be serving well over 1 million Floridians,” said CEO Inigo Sanz. “Wellington joins a growing list of nine FCC Environmental Service municipal contracts in Florida, including services in Orange, Polk, and Volusia Counties.”CEO Inigo Sanz, FCC Environmental Services
The new Wellington contract covers 25,000 households where FCC Environmental Services will collect garbage twice weekly, as well as recycling and yard waste once weekly. The agreement also includes solid waste services to more than 450 commercial businesses.
Houston-based FCC Environmental Services provides solid waste solutions for more than 8.5 million Americans with a future earnings backlog of nearly $2 billion.
About FCC Environmental Services
FCC Environmental Services offers award-winning solid waste solutions with proven investments in clean technologies. We provide trash and recycling services for more than 8.5 million Americans with a majority of CNG-fueled fleet. Our story of sustainable innovations began more than 120 years ago. Learn more at www.fccenvironmental.com.
Media Contact: Erica Holloway
Director of Public and Government Affairs
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