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Veolia’s CEO Antoine Frérot joined French President François Hollande during his state visit to Niger on July 18 for a tour of the Goudel drinking water plant in Niamey alongside the President of the Republic of Niger, Mahamadou Issoufou. Veolia has been active in the African country since 2001 and now supplies drinking water to more than 2.3 million people in Niger.
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Rémi Bourgarel, Director of Veolia in Niger, explains the company's role in developing access to water in the country.
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The world’s population is growing and so are its needs. A reality which pushes us to be more inventive to improve our quality of life and which modifies Veolia’s approach and projects throughout the world.
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Veolia Chairman & CEO Antoine Frérot presented the French Minister of Economy, Industrial renewal and digital technology with an action plan on july 9th to promote recycling. This plan is drawn up in partnership with key players in the waste and recycling sectors. Here, Mr Frérot recaps the working group's main findings.
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Forty-three students from around the world were welcomed to the Veolia Ile-de-France Campus on 29th June, as part of the 5thAnnual Summer School. Objectives: to produce graduates aware of environmental questions, and also –why not? –to look for vocations.
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On 2nd July, the European Commission adopted proposals to “convert Europe to a more circular economy”.
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Veolia will manage 25 water production and treatment plants in the Hunter area of New South Wales, Australia.
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Within the framework of their partnership with Kieler Woche, the world-famous sailing race, Veolia would like to raise awareness among the general public of the need to preserve the oceans and the shoreline.
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BP has just chosen Veolia to design, build and run a treatment plant for raw water, associated with operating the Khazzan gas field, located south-west of Muscat, in the Sultanate of Oman.