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Two different fluids but intrinsically linked: Energy is consumed and disappears whilst water follows a permanent cycle and can be reused several times. Water can be stored, but cannot be transported easily over long distances, whilst electricity is stored with difficulty, but can be transported easily. However, the production of drinking water and energy are interdependent. There is no production of energy without water, and no clean water without energy.
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On the 6th March, Global Compact France organized, in collaboration with three agencies of UN (Unicef, High commission to the refugees and the World food program), an exchange forum on innovative partnerships between United Nations' agencies and companies.
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The municipality of Buenos Aires (Argentina) has just contracted the management of its waste management services to Proactiva Medio Ambiente, a Veolia Environnement subsidiary in charge of its activities in Latin America. For Veolia, this ten-year contract represents cumulative revenues of €500 million (531 million Argentine pesos a year).
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Since 2001, Veolia has supported Novartis' operational, economic and environmental performance approach at its Basel complex. Novartis was keen to further improve its environmental and economic performance, and decided to extend this model of integrated management to 15 of its largest sites in the world.
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With 100 years of proven experience and 12 million cubic meters of water produced per day, Veolia is the global leader in desalination.
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Veolia has joined forces with Project Mainstream, launched by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation at Davos on the 25th January, in partnership with the World Economic Forum and McKinsey & Company, to help gather large scale momentum around the circular economy.
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Veolia Environnement has closed the acquisition of the 50% stake held by FCC in Proactiva
Active in Latin America since the late 1980s, Proactiva is a regional leader in integrated water and waste management for municipalities and industry. In addition to its recognized operational and technological expertise, the environmental and corporate social responsibility policy it conducts sets it apart in markets still shaped by many economic and social inequalities.
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The contract that Veolia has won for the global management of water in Hakone, is the first of its kind for the Group in the land of the Rising Sun. But since 2006, Veolia operates Hiroshima, one of the most important Japonese water purification plants.