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By winning three new contracts worth several million euros in just a few months from the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), Asteralis – a subsidiary of the Veolia Nuclear Solutions entity – has become a major nuclear industry operator for the treatment of radioactive waste from the CEA’s Paris-Saclay center in France.
The Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (WASA), the authority in charge of drinking water and wastewater management for the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, has chosen Veolia, together with Suez, for the design, build and operate contract for the Gandharbpur drinking water treatment plant. This contract, awarded following an international call for tenders, represents a cumulative total of around €275 million. The project will be conducted through a joint venture held equally by Veolia, through its fully owned subsidiary Veolia Water Technologies, and Suez, the consortium leader.
SMEDAR (Greater Rouen joint waste disposal authority) has renewed its trust in Veolia, following a competitive tender process, to operate the VESTA waste-to-energy plant under a six-and-a-half-year contract worth €116 million. The strong points of this new contract: optimized operation of the facility and the provision of supervisory systems to SMEDAR to manage this facility which is now an integral part of the region’s energy mix
Veolia Environnement announces the launch of a new shareholding plan for the Group’s employees. This plan is offered to approximately 146,000 employees of the Group in 31 countries, aiming at associating employees with the development and performance of Veolia. The settlement and delivery of the new shares shall take place on September 4, 2018.
Veolia plans to notify investors of its intention to redeem its deeply subordinated perpetual hybrid debt in Euros and in Sterling issued in January 2013, for respective nominal amounts of €1 billion and £400 million.
ArcelorMittal Méditerranée and Veolia, through its subsidiary Veolia Industries Global Solutions, have announced the creation of a joint venture to modernize the energy production plant at Fos-sur-Mer and to increase the site’s environmental performance by optimizing the recovery of energy from steelmaking gases and reducing CO<sup>2</sup> emissions.
The Société d’Energie et d’Eau du Gabon, a subsidiary of the Veolia Group, has filed a request for conciliation against Gabon at ICSID in response to its expropriation in violation of the basic rules of international law and the principles recognized by the community of nations.

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