FCC Environment celebrates 10 years of conservation management at Penny Hill
The former landfill site is now home to more than 400 different butterfly and moth species.
FCC Environment’s Restoration and Ecology Manager, Alexandre Cal said: “At FCC Environment, we are committed to caring for our environment and recognise the importance of supporting different insect species. It’s great to see the land at Penny Hill restored to such high biodiversity value and providing a habitat for a significant population of butterflies and moths.”
Founder of the West Midlands branch of Butterfly Conservation, Mike Williams added: “Our partnership with FCC Environment has meant we have been able to save a species which might otherwise have been lost in Worcestershire, as well as to allow many others to flourish. We’re delighted to have such a thriving number of butterflies and moths at Penny Hill and hope this continues for many years to come.”