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New York raises its standards


New York City is saving $100 to $200 million a year thanks to improvement in the overall performance of its public water and wastewater services.

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THE LARGEST OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE PLAN IN THE UNITED STATES

Every year, New York City spends $1.2 billion to manage and maintain its public water and wastewater services. As part of the largest operational excellence program in the US, the city commissioned Veolia to perform a comprehensive audit of its services in order to improve performance while reducing operating costs and safeguarding local jobs.

 

LINKING EARNINGS TO PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS

Veolia works hand in hand with New York as the city’s partner, providing expertise and monitoring the areas for improvement identified in its audit report. The company and the city share the risks associated with implementing the recommendations as well as the benefits gained. Veolia’s earnings are directly linked to the performance improvements achieved.


Carter Strickland
Former commissioner of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection

"We have teamed up with an international company offering the best practices in the sector. All across the world, Veolia has proven its ability to improve service performance while reducing costs and safeguarding jobs."

 
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9 million residents connected to public water networks

Annual savings of $100 to $200 million

 

Customer benefits

  • Improvement in overall performance
  • Lower costs
  • Jobs safeguarded
     

Solutions

  • Data management and smart services: advice on optimizing infrastructure, performance management, purchasing efficiencies
  • Management & human capital: personnel management, vocational training
  • Control of impact on the natural environment: measurement and management of water and carbon footprints


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