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FCC Industrial obtains "Zero Waste" certification for its Barcelona offices


FCC Industrial obtains "Zero Waste" certification for its Barcelona offices

FCC Industrial obtiene el certificado “Residuo Cero”

FCC Industrial has obtained "Zero Waste" certification for its offices in El Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona), verifying that 91.30% of the waste generated at its facilities has been recovered.

The main objective is to collect, classify and recover as efficiently as possible all the waste generated, reintegrating it into the system as new resources or secondary raw materials and, consequently, avoiding its elimination and reducing the use of new natural resources.

To achieve this, a detailed study was carried out of the waste fractions generated in its offices, as well as the waste flow, carrying out a redesign of procedures and processes to optimise their management in a circular economy context.

The "Zero Waste" certificate, verified by AENOR, determines the existence of an internal waste management traceability system that guarantees its recovery and avoids the final deposit of waste in landfills.

Obtaining this certificate is part of the company's voluntary commitment to the integration and fulfilment of the Sustainable Development Goals, following the path that began in 2019 when it became the first construction company in Spain to obtain the "Zero Waste" certificate. This certificate is in addition to the environmental (ISO 14001) and energy efficiency (ISO 51001) certifications that the company holds, along with the implementation of international seals such as BREEAM and LEED in its various projects. All of this is proof of FCC Industrial's commitment to sustainability, making it one of the leading companies in the sector.