FCC Environment has won a contract to collect 2,000 tonnes of residual commercial waste in Nottingham and Derbyshire.
FCC, formerly WRG, was awarded the collection contract by DS Smith Recycling.
The residual waste from 150 businesses will be treated at FCC’s energy from waste facility at Eastcroft, Nottingham.
C&I director at FCC Environment, Paul Burnell, said: “FCC Environment has an ambitious programme of securing waste streams through the development and expansion of a commercial and industrial collection service, and we are also introducing appropriate waste treatment infrastructure across our business to support our customers’ recycling and recovery needs.”
Tim Price, national commercial manager at DS Smith Recycling, said: “We are committed to helping our customers implement sustainable waste management practices. We are confident that FCC Environment offers the capabilities, both in terms of collection and treatment, to support our customers’ landfill diversion ambitions.”