Waste disposal is an increasingly important issue facing all councils, as they plan for future population growth.
Veolia works with each council to better understand their waste management requirements, conducting waste audits on collection tonnages and frequency to help improve their waste management strategies, all with the ultimate aim to reduce waste to landfill and resulting emissions.
In addition to waste management, Veolia works with a number of local government organisations and councils across Australia and New Zealand to deliver a range of reliable and efficient services for their energy and water challenges.
We guarantee savings by carrying out a full energy, water and waste analysis of the site or sites and afterwards, execute a roadmap of improvement projects.
What are some environmental solutions we offer to councils?
Across Australia and New Zealand, Veolia provides councils with a range of services, including:
- Water asset management
- Water and wastewater services
- Water reuse and recycling
- Water networks maintenance
- Smart water services
- Operations and maintenance of HVAC
- Operations and maintenance of heating and cooling networks
- Combined heat and power
- Renewable energy
- Hazardous and non-hazardous waste management
- Facility management
- Waste to energy recovery
- Heat recovery solutions
- Building energy services
- Energy Performance Contracting (EPC)
What are the benefits of a partnership with Veolia?
In Sydney, 13 councils from the Southern and Northern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (NSROC and SSROC), together with Veolia, are tackling the issue of household waste.
The Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT) facility, located 250km south of Sydney, near Goulburn, combines Veolia’s longstanding global expertise in operating Energy from Waste (EfW) facilities with cutting edge innovation and technology to deliver a truly unique waste management solution. As a result, Veolia is enabling these councils to drastically reduce the amount of household waste that is being sent to landfill, providing a sustainable long-term solution.