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FCC Environment welcomes ‘Lottie’ to Kent Enviropower Energy from Waste Facility

FCC Environment, one of 21 leading employers behind Energy & Utilities Jobs, has this week welcomed ‘Lottie’ from the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) to its Kent Enviropower Energy from Waste Facility in Allington, Kent.

The visit is part of the annual WES Lottie Tour, an annual initiative that sees ‘Lottie’ – a doll designed to empower and inspire – visit a range of female engineers across with country. The aims being to showcase the range of engineering and related careers that are available, and to encourage young children to think about studying STEM subjects.


Lottie in the RDF bunker


Lottie was welcomed at Kent Enviropower by FCC Environment, Performance Team Leader, Mar Martinez Casas, who commented: “It is fantastic to host Lottie at Kent Enviropower. At FCC Environment we are keen to highlight the different careers that are available and inspire more women to enter the profession.

“Research has shown that the UK has the lowest proportion of female engineers in Europe, and the waste and recycling industry is particularly male dominated – just 15.8 per cent of the workforce is female and these roles are mainly in services or administration[1].”

[1]  EU Skills Waste Industry Profile

At Kent Enviropower, FCC Environment processes up to 500,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste, generating up to 43MW of power, 34MW of which goes into the local electricity supply network to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.


Lottie analysing trends

To find out more about Kent Enviropower, visit www.fccenvironment.co.uk/kent-enviropower and to find out more about the WES Lottie Tour, visit www.weslottietour.org.uk.

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