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FCC Environment CEE: Contributing to the World Heritage preservation

17/07/2019

“Heritage is our legacy from the past, what we live with today, and what we pass on to future generations.” (UNESCO)

At the World heritage list you can find 1.092 properties ; 845 cultural, 209 natural and 38 mixed (UNESCO 5/2019). With 10 of them the FCC Environment CEE brand is tightly connected. You can find here our colleagues, trucks, bins and containers keeping the places clean and well maintained.

 

We care about the future

Responsibility for the future also stands with us in the first place. Following our mission „Service for the Future“ we aim to minimize waste and transform it to a valuable resource. By reducing environmental burden, we help secure a good quality of life for present and future generations.

We support by our services the good quality of life in 8 countries in Central and South-Eastern Europe.; in Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia. Here we serve more than 1.379 municipalities and 4,9 mil residents.

Thanks to our services are the cities cleaner and better preserved what improves the quality of life for citizens and make the cities more pleasant and attractive for the tourists. This can be achieved also thanks efficient collaborative partnerships with the local authorities which enhance a destination’s sustainability.

Among the places where our company provides its services are also locations listed as UNESCO World Heritage to be found. We are proud that we contribute to the preservation of the unique cultural heritage.

 

UNESCO World Heritage locations supported by FCC Environment CEE services

  • Historic Centre of Graz and Schloss Eggenberg (Austria)
  • Historic Centre of Vienna (Austria)
  • Semmering Railway (Austria)
  • Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg (Austria)
  • Boyana Church, Sofia (Bulgaria)
  • Villa Tugendhat, Brno (Czech Republic)
  • Historic Centre of Prague (Czech Republic)
  • Budapest, including the Banks of the Danube, the Buda Castle Quarter and Andrássy Avenue (Hungary)
  • Cracow's Historic Centre (Poland)
  • Bochnia Royal Salt Mine (Poland)

 

Don’t miss the stories showing these interesting places!

UNESCO cities supported by FCC Environment CEE services 




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Why with us

  • International team of experts

    Our team of more than 4 416 employees in 8 countries of CEE signs responsible for the smooth operation of all our services.

  • Waste as a resource

    Thanks to modern waste treatment solutions we give 560 000 tons of secondary raw materials a second life annually.

  • Just in time

    Nearly 1.3 million containers, skips and bins of all sizes and  1 347 trucks or special vehicles ensure secure and efficient collection and transport of all waste for further treatment.

  • Experienced service provider

    8 countries, 1 379 municipalities and 4.9 mil residents served, 21 joint-ventures with municipalities, 51 400 industrial clients. This is our brief profile.

FCC Environment CEE Group in figures

1 347 trucks and special vehicles

Over 1 300 000 containers and bins

96 collection yards

18 transfer stations

31 sorting plants

11 RDF (alternative fuels treatment)

9 splitting plants

21 mechanical biological treatment plants and/or composting

27 landfills

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

1 incineration facility for hazardous waste

4.9 mil residents served

4.1 mil t/a of waste processed

8 countries

51 400 industrial clients

Partner of 1 379 municipalities

21 joint-ventures with municipalities

more than 0.56mil t/a SRM handled

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

4 800 km of streets cleaned

644 hectares of green areas maintained 

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Used paper can be recycled and used in fresh paper production up to 6 times
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Recycling 1 tonne of paper saves more than 2 tonnes of wood
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1 tonne of refuse-derived fuel produced by FCC CEE Group 600 kilograms of heating oil or more than 800 kilograms of stone coal
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Recycling of plastics saves limited virgin raw materials (crude oil and natural gas) and reduces energy consumption by 80 to 90%