FCC Environment secures 5 year contract extension with Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council

FCC Environment has been awarded a 5 year extension of its Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) and Transfer Loading Station (TLS) Contract with Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

The Award will see FCC Environment continue to deliver services to the end of March 2030 enabling the Councils to fully understand the implications of the government’s emerging Resources and Waste Strategy prior to commencement of a future procurement for long term service and facility development beyond 2030.

The contract covers the operations of the 13 household waste centres across Hull and East Riding as well as 3 waste transfer stations in Carnaby, Goole and Wilmington.

The contract also includes a commitment to the ongoing development and delivery of reuse operations across the region in partnership with Dove House which contributed over 276 tonnes of material diverted to reuse in 2023/24 and 2,306 tonnes of reuse since first opening in 2015.

With an estimated contract value of c. £44,000,000 over five years commencing on 1st April 2025, the proposal from FCC Environment offered the councils the most economically advantageous terms.

The two Councils (Hull & ERYC) originally entered into a joint contract with FCC Waste Services (UK) Limited, known as FCC Environment, on 1 April 2015 for an initial period of 10 years following a joint procurement exercise and the relationship has remained strong ever since.

Steve Longdon, Chief Executive Officer of FCC Environment said, “We are delighted to have the opportunity to continue working in partnership with Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council, delivering these key services to residents which represents value for public money but also continuity of service for residents.”

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