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Inauguration of ServO, the control center for the largest water distribution service in France

ServO, the new integrated control center for SEDIF (Ile-de-France water), handles 1.25 billion data in an area of over 4.5 million people. It was inaugurated on 14 October by André Santini, President of SEDIF, and Antoine Frérot, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Veolia.


Centre de pilotage le ServO, France
By incorporating all the water service components, Servo will:
  • produce and distribute quality water in sufficient quantity under all operational configurations,
  • respond to all events affecting production, distribution or water quality,
  • provide water consumers with precise information in real time,
  • guarantee the network’s technical performance.

France’s largest water service deserved the best technology. With ServO, we have achieved a major step forward for our business of managing large urban water services and for preventing risks, as well as for how our businesses interact with the environmental and societal issues facing large cities,” explains Antoine Frérot, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Veolia.


This innovation reinforces SEDIF’s technological lead as a public water service within Greater Paris, committed to ensuring customer satisfaction and sustainable management combining transparency and performance, for a controlled cost,” concludes SEDIF’s President André Santini,

SEDIF, Syndicat des Eaux d’Ile-de-France is the authority responsible for producing and distributing drinking water in 150 municipalities in the Greater Paris area, i.e. 240 billion liters of water each year, supplied through a network of 8,600 kilometers of pipes. The service’s operation and management was delegated in 2010 to Veolia under a 12-year public service delegation contract.


> Water management 
> Drinking-water production 
> Veolia contribute to Resourcing the World
Press release: France – Water. Nanterre, October 14, 2016