Noticias inglés

Target: Laminated glass recycling

During June we received the joint visit of teachers from CIPFP Misericordia and IES Segundo Chamon, who had taken over our facilities from the Cadrete plant (Zaragoza) with special interests in the recycling of laminated glass waste. Their visit belongs to the project “REVILAM21: Recycling of laminated glass” whose goal is to develop and optimize…

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Visit of the students of Environmental Sciences

One more year, we received students from the University of Zaragoza who are studying the Degree in Environmental Sciences at the Cadrete glass recycling plant. During their visit, they noticed the process of recycling glass container waste that arrives from all over Aragonese geography, which is treated and screened to produce glass cullet, which will…

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Sustainable Bikeways

FCC ámbito participates in the Bikeways (Bicisendas) project, whose objective is the development of new bike lanes that integrate new technologies from multiple sectors to improve increase comfort, safety, the environmental and communications in the environment of the bike lane, and of this man provide a driver fur sustainable transport. This project has received public…

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FCC ámbito participates in the conference for the Municipal-Industrial Symbiosis

The Spanish chapter of the Club of Rome, in collaboration with the University of Zaragoza, the Zaragoza City Council and the CEMEX Chair of Sustainability, held a conference on circular economy and the relationship between public and private institutions on March 22 in Zaragoza. The session, held in the CaixaForum auditorium, was entitled “The municipal-industrial…

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Zaragoza Dinámica visits us again

Students from the Environmental management course taught by Centro de Formación Río Gállego, within Zaragoza Dinámica program, have visited us in Cadrete. They were very interested in the recycling process of the hollow waste glass that arrives to our plant in Cadrete, and how a waste can be recicled to become a secondary raw material. We thank all of them for their attention…

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Sustainable design objects

Once again betting on the circular economy, FCC Ámbito has collaborated with the company Valor Circular for the production of sustainable and ecological decoration objects . This company, Valor Circular, is a pioneer in manufacturing furniture and design objects with ecological materials, and develops social and inclusive projects for this. Its products are handcrafted, with…

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Achievements 2021

FCC Servicios Medio Ambiente has accomplished many achievements throughout 2021. This video compiles the most important milestones of the company’s different business divisions. For example, the awarded of the glass management contract for Ecovidrio for the autonomous regions of Aragón, La Rioja, Valencia and provinces of Ávila and Segovia (Spain), achieved by FCC ambito –…

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Last magazine of year 2021: We are FCC

We finish this year 2021 with a new number of magazine WE ARE FCC, which starts with the Christmas greeting from the Chairwoman & the CEO of our company. The twenty issue of the FCC corporate magazine, Somos FCC (We Are FCC) includes the latest news on the company’s activity and its different business areas,…

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Students of the Master in Chemical Engineering, welcome!

We welcome at the FCC Glass recycling plant in Cadrete, to the students of the University of Zaragoza who this year have started the Master in Chemical Engineering. They have learned the different types of glass waste that arrive at the plant and have seen its treatment and classification process, being able to verify that…

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Zaragoza Dinámica visits FCC ámbito

Students from the Urban and industrial waste management course taught by Centro de Formación Río Gállego, within Zaragoza Dinámica program, have visited us in Cadrete. They were very interested in the recycling process of the hollow waste glass that arrives to our plant in Cadrete, by collecting the green igloos for selective collection in Aragon. We thank all of them for their…

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