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Veolia’s new challenge: to supply drinking water, 24 hours a day, to the entire population of Armenia by 2030 - three million inhabitants spread throughout the territory.


Access to water resources, its equitable distribution, and its preservation for future generations continues to be a crucial challenge for Armenia. It is also one of the vectors driving the economic development of this Eastern European country.

Operating in Yerevan for the last 10 years, Veolia has been entrusted with the management of not only drinking water production and distribution but also wastewater treatment facilities throughout the country.

Making water available where it is lacking - and help resourcing the world.  


Intervention by Philippe Guitard, Senior Executive Vice President Central & Eastern Europe

Water and wastewater services in Armenia 


Veolia’s Central and Eastern Europe zone employs 24,000 people in 10 countries. On a daily basis, they produce drinking water for nearly 11.5 million people, collect waste from more than 600,000 people, and supply energy to more than 5 million people in the region. 


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