Achievements

Romania
Bucharest has suffered frequent flooding in the past, largely caused by a substandard wastewater collection system. A long-term solution provided by Veolia specialists in Romania has improved everyday life for local people.
Poland
Over 15% of the total energy for heating networks comes from biomass.
France
Syndicat des Eaux d’Ile-de-France (SEDIF) is the water authority for the Greater Paris region and the largest in France. It is also one of the biggest in Europe. In 2011, SEDIF once again put its faith in Veolia with a new 12-year contract to manage the public water service – a contract that puts the focus firmly on innovation.
United States
Baltimore ranks 20 on the list of America's largest cities. What was once a center of industry has now been transformed into a state-of-the-art service hub.
Ecuador
In Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest city, Veolia is implementing a water-access program designed to provide every family with a high-quality public service.
United Arab Emirates
Veolia's expertise in cooling network technology will help to significantly reduce the environmental impact of Saadiyat Island, a premium new urban development project off the coast of Abu Dhabi.
China
In Harbin, northeast China, Veolia is building and operating a heating network that offers outstanding performance, monitored in real time.
Australia
Veolia partners with eight Sydney councils to deliver a new approach to managing municipal waste
United Kingdom
Managing waste in a capital city requires world-class service, continuous innovation and a real willingness to listen to what residents have to say.