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Municipal waste separation in Europe

Municipal waste separation in Europe

Even though households only generate around 10 % of the total waste in the EU (Eurostat, 2016a and 2016b), household waste is still considered to be a very important... read more
From Linear to Circular Economy – closing the loop

From Linear to Circular Economy – closing the loop

Make – Take – Waste. This has been the economic and societal modus operandi for many years now. We take primary resources, make them into products for consumption and... read more
“Local Tradition second hand” for a good purpose

“Local Tradition second hand” for a good purpose

  .A.S.A. Abfall Service AG donates nearly new second hand traditional folk costumes to the Viennese Caritas "carla" shops Revenues from traditional folk... read more
PET Life

PET Life

You finish your water from the PET bottle and throw it in the trash. And that’s the end of it for you. But did you know that you can meet up with the "same" bottle again... read more
Not a second choice material, but a first class alternative

Not a second choice material, but a first class alternative

.A.S.A. Abfall Service has created a secondary raw material brand for used oil, known as .A.S.A. Lube. Urban Mining is the new trend – extracting resources... read more
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What about our history? The fcc30.eu site gives us all the answers.
04/05/2018

What about our history? The fcc30.eu site gives us all the answers.

On May 4th 2018, FCC Environment CEE is launching a new microsite (www.fcc30.eu) focussing on the milestones of our history. The new microsite maps the successful 30...
FCC Environment CEE Results 2017: Fit like never before
06/04/2018

FCC Environment CEE Results 2017: Fit like never before

Celebrating 30 years in the market, FCC Environment CEE is getting fitter and fitter every year. The results of 2017 have beaten the previous period with external sales...

FCC Environment CEE Group in FACTS and FIGURES

Over 1.250 trucks and special vehicles

Over 1,300.000 containers and bins

95 collection yards

18 transfer stations

28 sorting plants

13 RDF (alternative fuels treatment) and/or splitting plants

4 mechanical biological treatment plants

21 composting, solidification and biodegradation plants

27 landfills

1 waste-to-energy-plant for household and commercial waste

1 incineration facility for hazardous waste

4,6 mil residents served

4 mil t/a of waste processed

8 countries

50.200 industrial clients

Partner of 1.315 municipalities

21 joint-ventures with municipalities

more than 0,57mil t/a SRM handled

200 GWh/a generated by W2E plants and landfills cogeneration units

4.120 km of streets cleaned

640 hectares of green areas maintained 

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