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In regions affected by high water stress, recycling wastewater is an effective solution to preserve the water resource.
Antoine Frérot points out that in the absence of vaccines or medical treatment for sufferers, water, sanitation and hand hygiene are essential in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

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Tracking the epidemic in wastewater? It's possible! The Vigie-Covid-19 offer is aimed at communities worldwide who want to get a reliable and robust indicator of the circulation of the virus. A key part of the arsenal to fight the pandemic.
In this integrated report, you will see that our purpose is defined by our usefulness. More than just words, day after day, we must prove just how useful we are, whatever the situation.
Market
Climate change, growing terrorist risk: new threats have emerged over the last few decades which increasingly impact the future of towns and cities. These new threats require resilience strategies at local level.

Under the impetus of its Chairman and CEO the Veolia Group is one of the first French companies to have defined its purpose. He says "a business is prosperous because it is useful and not the other way round".
Veolia is organizing itself to ensure the maintenance of its essential services, while guaranteeing the safety of its employees.
Inventing for tomorrow
Over the past few years, innovations have attempted to minimise the impact on the environment of conventional aquaculture by highlighting more virtuous practices.
Inventing for tomorrow
A model of circular economy, organic fertilizers from biowaste benefit both soil health and the climate.
Solution
Globalization, climate change, urbanization, impacts and chronic stresses put increased pressure on cities seeking to be attractive.
Solution
In the face of weather conditions causing major power cuts or overloads on the central network, cities along with industry and the tertiary sector must be able to adapt and react quickly.
Thematic 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.
Discover the amazing feats that the group achieves every day for its clients.
#LivingCircular
In western France, Le Mans Metropolis repurposes waste from 400,000 households into thermal and electrical energy
#LivingCircular
In Poznań, Poland, the heat produced by the Volkswagen Foundry factory is recuperated and provided into the city's heating network
Germany
Install a district heating network that runs on renewable energy. Launched by BS Energy, a Veolia Germany subsidiary, the Hungerkamp plant replaces 34 coal and oil-fired burners with a cogeneration plant, a wood-fired boiler and a natural gas-fired boiler, as well as two heat storage units.
Pioneering Center for Energy Efficiency and Resource Management
Inventing for tomorrow
What can be done in the face of climate change and the global rarefaction of resources?
The Bilbao Hubgrade is capable of supervising more than 2,000 installations run by Veolia all over Spain.
Inventing for tomorrow
Small decentralised energy production units, intelligent networks and cryptocurrencies are speeding up the development of renewable energies.
Germany
In Rostock, Veolia is recycling plastic bottles to give them a longer life.
The replacement of all boilers and the entire infrastructure around the boiler room, at OSM Włoszczowa, Poland
#LivingCircular
From the collection of municipal waste to the supply of heating and electricity. Watch “How and why, at a glance” Veolia's activities.
An Eco - district heating network using biomass and gas that supplies hot water and heating to 1,498 homes
#LivingCircular
Launched in 2019 with Veolia as one of its founding members, the Alliance to End Plastic Waste brings together more than 40 leading global companies.
#LivingCircular
Veolia is working with local companies in Korea to recycle plastic across the entire chain
On 6 March, in Brussels, the French, Dutch and Danish environment ministers officially launched the European Plastics Pact.
Our new Impact 2023 strategic plan has a high ambition: to make Veolia the benchmark company for ecological transformation.
Celebrated by the UN on June 5, the World Environment Day has chosen “It’s Time for Nature” as its theme in 2020.
The 2020 General Meeting of Shareholders was held on April 22nd behind closed doors.
Inventing for tomorrow
Between the unauthorised rubbish dumps fed by building sites and greenhouse gas emissions generated by producing cement concrete, the construction sector would appear to be an absolute champion of pollution.
Inventing for tomorrow
For several years now, heat recovery systems from wastewater and hydroelectric microturbines installed in drinking water networks have been used to enhance the value of the energy they contain – and that is too often lost – in our pipes.
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Planet Magazine
This issue of Planet is dedicated to expert points of view and highlighting specific solutions and know-how developed by Veolia.
Inventing for tomorrow
Are insect farmers today’s new entrepreneurs? And will their insteaks – made from insects – soon replace the meat in our plates?
Vroomshoop is a leading site in Europe where used plastic is recycled into a new virgin plastic material.
Integrated Utilities Management and Integrated Facilities Management (IFM).
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.
Thematic Report
Three major challenges for the oil & gas industry
WEEE is also a valuable source of recyclable raw materials