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The first Veolia Foundation Aquaforce 15,000 in Uganda has been supplying the Kyangwali refugee camp since March. This new mobile unit, which is used to treat water in emergency situations, has been deployed in collaboration with Médecins Sans Frontières teams. It has helped contain the cholera epidemic that had been raging since the beginning of the year in the region.
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Yesterday, in France Veolia launched a water service communication campaign with a fun but educational approach. Aimed at consumers, this campaign makes a play on the word "potable" which takes on exceptional value.
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Veolia becomes the first water, waste and energy management group to join the Toilet Board Coalition (TBC), alongside the founding companies Unilever, Kimberly-Clark, Lixil, Firmenich and Tata.
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Today Veolia announces results to 31 March growing strongly in line with the objectives set for the financial year 2018.
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Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP) has signed an agreement with the consortium led by AWCA Power, Veolia and Dhofar International Development and Investment Holding SG (DIDIC) to develop the Salalah Independent Water Project (IWP). The project relates to seawater desalination for the governorate of Dhofar
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Political and economic decision makers met in Paris for the Global Water Summit 2018 with the theme of “Transcending boundaries in the water sector”. An opportunity for Veolia to present its new digital technologies for water management.
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Elles construisent la ville de demain (Girls Building the Cities of Tomorrow) is the first smart city occupations event organised by the Elles Bougent (Girls on the Move) association. The event was a chance for female college students from Hector Guimard Sixth Form College in Paris’ 19th arrondissement – a college specialising in building industry, crafts and built heritage occupations – to meet female Veolia mentors at the group’s head office in Aubervilliers and find out about their areas of expertise.
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"Decarbonizing economic growth is not enough, we also have to deshydrate it": invited by the University of Paris Dauphine to conclude the conference on "Water - blue gold challenges" that took place today, Antoine Frérot, Veolia Chairman and CEO, presented his vision of the major water-related challenges to come.