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Inventing for tomorrow
In Denmark, Veolia has, for several years now, been making a major effort to develop an innovative solution to treating the micropollution created by the presence of medication waste in municipal water.
Report
Air quality and the impact of atmospheric pollution are a major issue today for public health and quality of life.
Solution
Buildings often have problems associated with insufficient air renewal. Poor indoor air quality can be at the root of a number of different problems.
Inventing for tomorrow
The quality of the air we breathe is becoming a major public health issue in the world’s largest cities.

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With Aglaé (Accélérateur Grand Louvre d’Analyses Élémentaires), cutting-edge sciences are on the behalf of heritage. A fascinating journey captured by Christophe Petit-Tesson - @chptesson, to be discovered in images in #Planet Mag ow.ly/ODhk50wowcZ
On february 7 for its annual Press Day, Veolia chose to explore a both optimist and realistic approach to what can be do to limit climate change.
Vroomshoop is a leading site in Europe where used plastic is recycled into a new virgin plastic material.
The replacement of all boilers and the entire infrastructure around the boiler room, at OSM Włoszczowa, Poland
Integrated Utilities Management and Integrated Facilities Management (IFM).
Discover the amazing feats that the group achieves every day for its clients.
From the collection of municipal waste to the supply of heating and electricity. Watch “How and why, at a glance” Veolia's activities.
Veolia suggested potential technological innovations and solutions which enable the hospital to be at the cutting edge of technology.
Replacing all highly obsolete equipment fitted in blocks of flats, by connecting to a biomass heating network.
Pioneering Center for Energy Efficiency and Resource Management
An Eco - district heating network using biomass and gas that supplies hot water and heating to 1,498 homes
Three major challenges for the oil & gas industry
The Bilbao Hubgrade is capable of supervising more than 2,000 installations run by Veolia all over Spain.
WEEE is also a valuable source of recyclable raw materials