Veolia manages and recovers all the waste generated by the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès: red carpet, standard carpet, wood, paper and cardboard.
The schooner Tara will leave Monday 27 Lorient (France), her home port in Morbihan, for a new mission: "the origins of plastic pollution", with the support of the Veolia Foundation.
The International Day for Biological Diversity today addresses the theme: "Our biodiversity, our food, our health". UN Secretary-General António Guterres warns us: "Biological diversity is vital for human health and well-being. I urge all - governments, businesses and civil society - to take urgent action to protect and sustainably manage the fragile and vital web of life on our one and only planet."
In a world where food security and self-sufficiency challenges are critical, biodiversity is essential. Veolia's mission of "resourcing the world" also means preserving biodiversity, which provides the raw materials, food, drinking water and molecules that are essential for human health.
VivaTech brings together 9,000 start-ups, 1,900 investors and 300 large groups in Paris from 16 to 18 May to talk about Tech for Good, women's entrepreneurship and Europe. Veolia, together with its partner start-ups, presents its connected technologies and digital services for municipalities, industry and citizens. An opportunity on the stand to discover or test the digital solutions serving the environment: waste sorting robots, drones to prevent pollution, smart citizens apps.
In Nieuwerkerk aan den IJssel (Netherlands), the international flexible packaging producer and distributor LC Packaging and Veolia signed yesterday a strategic partnership aimed at minimising residual waste streams related to flexible packaging on a global scale.
In the run-up to the G7 Summit in Biarritz, which will be attended by the heads of state and governments of the seven member countries (Germany, Canada, United States, France, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom) and the European Union on 24-26 August, a G7 Environment on Fighting inequality by protecting biodiversity and climate was organised on 5 and 6 May in Metz. Veolia's Sustainable Development Director, Pierre Victoria, spoke at the Business and Biodiversity conference as a member of the Act4nature initiative launched by Entreprises pour l’environnement (EpE).
Via its subsidiary Enova - the leading facilities and energy management company in the Middle East - Veolia opened a state-of-the-art centre on 2 May devoted to energy performance solutions.
A very good start to the 2019 year: continuing strong growth of revenue and results