In Namibia, Veolia continues to recycle wastewater from the capital into drinking water for the inhabitants

Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, took the decision long ago to reuse its wastewater to address the city's scarce water resources and produce drinking water directly for its inhabitants. Ever since Veolia began working alongside the city's authorities back in 2002, the Group has demonstrated the benefits of its innovative and sustainable water cycle model by operating a high-tech plant that supplies water to the taps of nearly 400,000 inhabitants. An operations management contract has just been extended.