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Icade and Veolia are working together to experiment ways of improving indoor air quality in office buildings, thanks to cutting-edge sensors that measure and continually increase indoor air quality (ventilation, indoor air recycling, and improved filtration systems). The sensors also monitor CO2 levels, hydrometric data, fine particles, volatile organic compounds.
SUSTAINED REVENUE GROWTH CONFIRMED AND GOOD RESULTS PERFORMANCE, IN LINE WITH ANNUAL OBJECTIVES.
Veolia, through its subsidiary Proactiva Medio Ambiente Mexico S.A. de C.V., has won the public call for tenders published by the government of Mexico City and just signed the contract to Design, Build, and Operate the first Waste to Energy facility in Latin America. With a capacity twice that of the largest facility in France, this unit will treat around 1.6 million metric tons of household waste a year. The 30 year operation and maintenance contract of this facility will represent an estimated cumulative revenue of 886 million euros for Veolia.
Veolia has been selected by SIAAP (Greater Paris Sanitation Authority) to provide at its side the service and maintenance operations for the Valenton wastewater treatment plant, Paris region (France), under a single-purpose semipublic company (SEMOP). Signed for 12 years and worth a cumulative amount of nearly €400 million, this contract reflects their commitment to contribute through this partnership to strengthening the exemplary and innovative nature of the Paris region wastewater treatment service within a long-term perspective.
Veolia announced that its Nuclear Solutions entity, through its subsidiary Kurion (Canada) Inc., has been selected to design, fabricate, and commission a major remote waste access and conditioning system at the Whiteshell Laboratories in Manitoba under a new agreement with Canadian Nuclear Laboratories. The agreement builds on Veolia Nuclear Solutions’ successfully deploying similar technologies at Dounreay in the UK, and represents a significant move into the Canadian market for the firm.
REVENUE GROWTH ACCELERATION CONFIRMED. RESULTS GROWTH IN LINE WITH OBJECTIVES. CONFIRMATION OF ANNUAL OBJECTIVES
Veolia, which produces and distributes drinking water on Saint-Martin and produces drinking water on Saint-Barthélemy, remains mobilized in the wake of the hurricane in the French West Indies.
Frédéric Van Heems, the CEO of Veolia Water France, today presented his corporate project for the company. "Osons 20/20 !" is the result of several months of collaborative work and numerous meetings with local government authorities. The project puts the emphasis on growth and sets out to win back cities and regions and its market. The new corporate project sets strategic objectives that will serve an ambitious goal: to ensure that Veolia is, more firmly than ever, the leader and the definitive benchmark for future water and wastewater services in France.
These three energy sector contracts confirm Veolia’s position as an energy services specialist in for industrial clients in China. The company will provide a suite of solutions based on its expertise in this sector, to improve its clients’ energy performance and to help them comply with the regulations for the new Chinese environmental standards.

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