Veolia, the world leader in environmental services and a sustainable operator in Africa, adapts to each territory to provide customized solutions based on local needs.
- Present in 30 countries
- 6 500 employees
- 942 M € turnover
Veolia Africa Business Units
Read more about Amendis
As a subsidiary of Veolia in Morocco, Amendis is a public service operator in charge of the distribution of drinking water and electricity, as well as the collection and treatment of wastewater for 1.8 million inhabitants of the Tangiers-Tetouan region since 2002. Their activity is thus structured around three business lines:
- The distribution of drinking water
- Electricity distribution
- Wastewater collection and treatment
Read more about Redal
Redal is in charge of the delegated management of electricity, drinking water and liquid sanitation distribution services. Their teams are concentrating all their efforts to ensure a quality service for the benefit of more than 2.2 million inhabitants, spread over 23 municipalities and districts of Rabat, Salé, Témara, Skhirat as well as Bouznika and Charrat.
Read more about SEEN
For more than 15 years, in close collaboration with the public and regulatory authorities of the Niger water sector, SEEN has guaranteed the production and distribution of drinking water in Niger's urban and semi-urban centres, i.e. 55 towns and villages spread throughout the country.
Read more about Wingoc
For 50 years, Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, has been producing drinking water from its wastewater. Commissioned in 1968, this plant was the first in the world to develop such a process. Since 2001, it has been managed by WINGOC - Windhoek Goreangab Operating Company, a consortium that brings together Veolia and WABAG.
Read more about Adonis
Since 2007, Adonis has started the recovery of crude oil and oil product waste, thus preventing the dumping of several tons of waste in the natural environment. Alongside Veolia, Adonis is continuing its mission to protect the environment by collecting, recycling, recovering and destroying liquid and solid waste.
Read more about DCLM
Since 2006, Dolphin Coast Landfill Management (DCLM) has held and managed the largest hazardous waste facility in South Africa. Specializing in the waste transport, treatment and benefication, DCLM is now pursuing its commitment to operating in the framework of a Circular Waste Economy alongside Veolia.
Our engineering subsidiaries and worldwide specialities
Seureca is the consulting engineering arm of Veolia Group, a world leader in optimized resource management. They design expert solutions for manufacturers and local authorities for water, waste and energy management. Innovation and performance are at the heart of their missions.
Veolia Water Technologies provides the complete range of services required to design, build, maintain and upgrade water and wastewater treatment facilities and systems for industrial clients and public authorities.