Number of results: 295
Number of results: 295
- Veolia Environnement has been recognized as one of 18 companies receiving Intel Corporation's Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) award for their performance in 2013. The company has demonstrated industry-leading commitment across all critical focus areas on which Intel suppliers are measured: quality, cost, availability, technology, customer service, labor and ethics systems, and environmental sustainability. Veolia is recognized for significant contributions in providing Intel with waste management services deemed essential to Intel's success.
Veolia Environmental Services to collect and recover used furniture in 53 French administrative departments
- On behalf of the Eco-mobilier eco-organization, Veolia has won a call for tenders for the collection and recovery of used furniture in 53 French administrative departments spread throughout the country. This success positions Veolia as the benchmark in this new recovery activity, which offers a genuine opportunity for growth in the circular economy.
Veolia confirms leading edge in water treatment technologies and solutions for the oil and gas industry with contract at largest petrochemical site in Taiwan
- Veolia, through its specialized oil and gas solutions & technologies unit, has been awarded a contract with Formosa Petrochemical Corporation (FPCC), a leading Taiwanese refiner and olefins producer. The contract, worth over 15 million euros, is yet another demonstration of Veolia's leading edge in technologies for water recycling in the oil and gas industry.
- The Municipality of Las Condes in Santiago de Chile has renewed its trust in Proactiva Medio Ambiente, Veolia Environnement's Latin American subsidiary, by contracting the company for its household solid waste collection. This eight-year contract, with an extension of two additional years, is worth cumulative revenues of almost €40 million. It is one of the largest contracts in the country for this type of service.
- Transformation plan: 2013 objectives achieved ; Further significant decline in net Financial debt to €8.2 billion ; Adjusted operating income increased 16.9% to €922 million ; Adjusted net income quadrupled to €223 million ; Proposed 2014 dividend of €0.70 and €0.70 for 2015 ; 2014 objectives: significant growth in results expected.
- The municipality of Buenos Aires (Argentina) has just contracted the management of its waste management services to Proactiva Medio Ambiente, a Veolia Environnement subsidiary in charge of its activities in Latin America. For Veolia, this ten-year contract represents cumulative revenues of €500 million (531 million Argentine pesos a year).
Novartis contracts Veolia to manage its industrial utilities and product support and facility services at fifteen of its largest sites in Europe
- Swiss pharmaceutical group Novartis has renewed its trust in Veolia Environnement, and extended the cooperation that has linked the two companies for more than 12 years, by again entrusting Veolia with the management of utilities at Novartis' production sites in Basel (Switzerland), the company's historic headquarters, as well as the management of technical services and facilities at 15 of its largest sites in Western Europe. For Veolia, these contracts are worth cumulative revenues of €925 million over five years.
- Following the Foreign & Commonwealth Office announcement of additional British Government support for the international mission to destroy Syria's chemical weapon programme on 20 December, 2013, Veolia Environnement can confirm its commitment to the UK initiative to facilitate the destruction of 150 tonnes of'B precursor' chemicals.
- Greater Lyon (France) has just announced that it has awarded Veolia Water a contract for the production and distribution of drinking water in 54 municipalities for a period of eight years. The contract is due to come into force on February 3, 2015. Under the new scope of business defined by Greater Lyon, the contract represents cumulative revenues of €660 million (French standards) and an investment of €55 million.