Spanish construction and services group FCC announced plans to build a re-refining plant for waste motor oil in Baltimore, Maryland, USA on Tuesday. According to FCC, the facility, which will involve investments to the tune of $50m (ca. €35m), will be the first of this type on the US east coast and is to be followed by "several" further plants in other regions of the country. The recycling facility is expected to process more than 150 million litres of used motor oil each year and will employ 30 people. The group expects to launch construction works in mid-2012, subject to receiving the environmental and construction permits, and to start operating the facility in the middle of the following year.
FCC builds oil re-refining plant in the USA
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