Number of results: 246
Number of results: 246
- The Combined Shareholders' Meeting of Veolia Environnement took place at the Maison de la Mutualité in Paris, on Tuesday, May 14, 2013, under the chairmanship of Mr. Antoine Frérot, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company. All of the résolutions submitted to the Combined Shareholders' Meeting were carried by wide majorities.
- Dalkia announced that it has renewed its contract to manage heat generation and distribution in Bratislava's Petržalka district. The 20-year contract extends the partnership with the city of Bratislava until 2039, with the goal of applying a proactive approach of energy efficiency and sustainable development to the neighborhood. Cumulative revenue will amount to over €1.1 billion.
Veolia Environnement and Total inaugurate Osilub recycling plant in Normandy (France) that regenerates used oil into high-grade lubricants
- 55 million euros invested, of which 35% outsourced to local companies; 45 direct jobs created, 120 people employed during the construction; Treatment capacity of 120,000 metric tons of oil a year, or nearly 50% of the volume of used oil generated in France each year; A recycling yield of around 75%, the best rate achieved anywhere in the world.
- Dalkia today announced it had signed a strategic partnership with the Hungarian government. This agreement is part of a program implemented by Hungary to improve the competitiveness of the country's economy by leveraging the expertise and knowledge of international corporations. For Dalkia, sixteenth company entering this program, it stress its expertise in energy efficiency and biomass.
- Veolia Environnement has signed an agreement with Beijing Enterprises Water Group to sell its subsidiary Veolia Water in Portugal (CGEP - Compagnie Générale des Eaux du Portugal - Consultadoria e Engenharia) for €95 million. This amount will be fully allocated to the Group's debt reduction program in 2013.
Veolia Environnement and bioMérieux initiate a research partnership to develop an innovative monitoring system for drinking water quality
- At BIOVISION, the world life sciences forum, Veolia Environnement, global leader in water services and expert in environmental services, and bioMérieux, global player in in vitro diagnostic solutions and world leader in industrial microbiology, announced today they have signed an agreement to undertake a research partnership. This partnership aims at developing an innovative technology for the continuous monitoring of the microbiological quality of drinking water. A preliminary step will be a study to assess the project's technical and economic feasibility.
A Significant Industrial Contract for Veolia Water: K+S Potash Canada GP chooses HPD® evaporation and crystallization solutions for its upcoming potash production plant
- Veolia Water signed a significant contract with K+S Potash Canada GP to provide the basic and detailed engineering of the new potash production plant in Saskatchewan, a province in western Canada. Veolia Water will supply the HPD evaporation and crystallization technologies, thus providing important infrastructure that will enable the company to produce nearly 3 million metric tons per year of potash by 2023.
The Veolia Environnement Foundation announces the winners of the "Sustainable Energy for All" competition
- In a world where 20% of the population has no access to electricity and where more than one out of every four people in Europe is confronted with energy poverty, the Veolia Environnement Foundation and Dalkia are supporting energy initiatives to combat poverty, improve health and foster economic growth while at the same time protecting the environment.
Orbite Aluminae Inc. and Veolia Environmental Services create partnership to recycle and remediate red mud generated by alumina
- Orbite Aluminae Inc. ("Orbite") and Veolia Environmental Services ("Veolia") signed an exclusive worldwide collaborative agreement for the treatment and recycling of red mud generated by industrial alumina production using the Bayer process. The terms of the partnership include the construction of the first plant to treat red mud using Orbite's patented process.