SUEZ will design the first Zone Libellule of an industrial park in China

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Tweet February 7th, 2017 SUEZ has won a design contract for the rehabilitation and expansion of the discharge constructed wetland at the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (SCIP[1]), the largest petrochemical platform in Asia. This contract, which represents an investment of 18,5 million euros, is SUEZ's first Zone Libellule[2] project in Asia and the largest for treating industrial wastewater. SUEZ is in charge of industrial wastewater treatment and water supply for the Shanghai Chemical Industry Park since 2002. SUEZ also handles … Read more

Morocco: SUEZ is supporting the environmental transition of the country hosting COP22

Politique environnementale Maroc

Tweet November 2016 In December 2015, the COP21 conference was closed by an ambitious agreement to limit global warming by less than two degrees. On 7 November, Paris will be succeeded as the host by Morocco, which faces the task of making the COP22 “the conference of action”.  Morocco’s Minister of the Environment, Hakima El Haite, is “proud to see an environmental awareness emerging in Morocco today”. Rising urbanisation, combined with industrial development, have brought about a huge increase in … Read more

SUEZ wins three industrial service contracts in China in the oil&gas and petrochemicals sectors

SCIP - Sino French Water Development

SUEZ is quickly expanding its business in the industrial market, one of its four strategic growth drivers. The Group has just won three new industrial service contracts in China with major players in the Oil&Gas and Petrochemicals sectors for a total turnover of 19 million euros. The contracts signed are two engineering and equipment procurement services contracts signed with BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, in Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (SCIP), and the Chinese petrochemical group Hengli Petrochemical in Dalian, Liaoning Province. The third contract … Read more

SUEZ to optimise waste management on 23 Safran sites in France : A three-year contract worth almost €10 million

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SUEZ strengthened its industrial partnership with Safran by signing an agreement for waste management and wastewater treatment facility maintenance services on 23 industrial Safran sites in France. The three-year contract, worth a total of almost €10 million, could be renewed for a further two years. SUEZ will be tasked with optimising and recovering waste flows and guaranteeing the continuity of service and the maintenance of the wastewater treatment facilities on the Safran sites.  Press releasePR

SUEZ acquires shares in Driplex company and reinforces its footprint on the water for industry market in India

India

SUEZ ACQUIRES SHARES IN DRIPLEX COMPANY AND REINFORCES ITS FOOTPRINT ON THE WATER FOR INDUSTRY MARKET IN INDIA In order to accelerate its growth in the industrial water treatment market, SUEZ announces it has entered into an agreement to acquire the majority stake in Driplex, a well-established Indian company and a leading player in the industrial market.  Founded in 1974, and headquartered in New Delhi, Driplex offers value-added water treatment solutions for industrial customers in India and overseas. Press releasePR

SUEZ reinforces its activities in Australia

Hunter Water - Kooragang Industrial Water Scheme

SUEZ REINFORCES ITS ACTIVITIES IN AUSTRALIA Renewal of a household waste collection contract with Northern Adelaide Waste Management Authority for 8 years and €42 million New contract with ITOCHU for the management of an industrial wastewater plant in Newcastle Acquisition of Pro Skips, a leader in construction waste recovery in Queensland After its acquisition of Sembcorp's 40% minority stake in 2015, SUEZ is continuing to strengthen its activities in the water and waste sectors in Australia with new contracts and … Read more

SUEZ speeds up its development in the industrial sector in China by winning the contract to treat effluents from an industrial park in Jiangsu province

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SUEZ SPEEDS UP ITS DEVELOPMENT IN THE INDUSTRIAL SECTOR IN CHINA BY WINNING THE CONTRACT TO TREAT EFFLUENTS FROM AN INDUSTRIAL PARK IN JIANGSU PROVINCE Through its subsidiary, Sino French Water1, SUEZ has entered an agreement with Changshu Urban Construction2 and the Changshu Advanced Materials Industrial Park (CAMIP3) to set up a joint venture to treat the effluents from the Park. This agreement consolidates SUEZ's position in the industrial sector in China, where it already delivers its expertise in the … Read more

SUEZ in China: addressing the challenge of climate change and a society in transformation

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China is addressing the challenge of increasingly scarce resources associated with its strong population growth, urban development and sustained economic and industrial growth over the past 30 years. China now accounts for over 20% of the world population, but has only 7% of the world’s fresh water reserves. China is the largest waste producer in the world, generating some 1 billion tons per year, giving it a leading role to play in climate change. The country has sized up this … Read more

SUEZ acquires all shares of its waste subsidiary in Australia

City of Sydney, Australia

SUEZ and Sembcorp Industries[1] announce today that they have signed an agreement, which foresees the purchase of Sembcorp 40% stake in Sembsita Pacific by SUEZ for a consideration of 485 million of Australian dollars. Jean-Louis Chaussade, CEO of SUEZ said: «This transaction will allow SUEZ to integrate its whole portfolio of activities in Australia, enabling an acceleration of growth and business development momentum in a very promising market. This will also lead to the extraction of both operational and financial … Read more

SANOFI SIGNS A GLOBAL AGREEMENT WITH SUEZ environnement TO ENHANCE WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT

ONDEO IS  - Traitement des eaux industrielles pour un site de SITPA Nestlé - Arches, France

Sanofi and SUEZ environnement have signed an agreement aimed at optimizing the economic and environmental performance of Sanofi’s manufacturing sites, in France and abroad, over a three-year period with the possibility of renewal. “Conserving resources, such as water, has become a fundamental issue for industrial companies and a key factor in their competitiveness. We are delighted with this agreement with Sanofi, which is in line with our strategy of supporting industrial companies in sustainably managing their resources,” said Jean-Louis Chaussade, … Read more