Veolia, partner of the 7thConvergences World Forum organised from 8th to 10th September at the Palais Brongniart and Paris City Hall, will participate in three days of exchanges around the theme of “Objective 2030: Building Tomorrow’s World Together”.
At Stockholm, on 31st August, the debate organised by Veolia on the occasion of the “2014 World Water Week” went beyond the mere saving of water, slotting this resource into the new dynamic of the circular economy.
The seminar organised by Veolia at World Water Week in Stockholm on August 31 will provide a perspective on the necessary transition towards an economy that creates value without harming water resources.
On the occasion of World Water Week held in Stockholm from August 31 to September 5, Veolia is arranging a seminar around the link between water and energy resources, including contributions by stakeholders in the water sector on the emergence of the circular economy.
Safeguarding the food cycle is a challenge which Australia and New Zealand both share. Veolia has rolled out several solutions to overcome this challenge which were recently rewarded by two Australian “business awards”.
The French Agriculture minister Stéphane Le Foll, Veolia CEO Antoine Frérot and SEDE President Jean-Marie Boudet visited the Grand Auch biogas unit operated by SEDE Environnement, a subsidiary of Veolia specialising in processing and recycling organic waste, on July 30th.