Achievements

Norway
Norwegian company Marine Harvest is the world's leading salmon breeder. It has contracted Veolia to design and build three wastewater recycling facilities that are among the largest and most modern of their kind.
Hungary
When new regulations required Bonduelle to build a wastewater treatment plant for its food processing factory in Nagykőrös, Hungary, the company turned to Veolia, whose specialists suggested a solution using sludge-sourced biogas to produce steam.
France
Veolia has significantly improved Danone's waste-recycling capabilities through a tailored solution for soiled packaging.
United Kingdom
Veolia puts in place a network of onshore decommissioning & dismantling of redundant oil & gas platforms.
France
The need to decommission rolling stock presents a huge technical and environmental challenge. There are very few companies able to offer the full range of required expertise, including logistics, dismantling, asbestos removal, recovery of materials for recycling and non-recyclable waste processing.
United Kingdom
Under the British Government’s support for the international mission to destroy Syria’s chemical weapons program led by the United Nations, Veolia was chosen to destroy 194 metric tons of materials.
France
In France, end-of-life products are managed by “eco-organizations” in line with the concept of extended producer responsibility (EPR). Veolia works on behalf of one of these organizations, Eco-mobilier, to collect and recycle used furniture in 53 administrative departments nationwide.
France
Recovery of biogas from landfilled, non-recyclable waste produces 130 GWh of electricity and 30 GWh of thermal energy every year at Veolia's Plessis-Gassot site in France.
China
Over the past 10 years, the Shanghai-Pudong water utility has become a global standard-bearer for expertise in implementing state-of-the-art technologies in drinking water management.