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Tuesday, March 26


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Veolia Supports New State-of-the-Art Danone Nutricia Plant in the Netherlands

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Veolia will be responsible under a 10 year outsourcing services contract for the generation of utilities onsite to specific performance guarantees. Products coming out of the plant will be exported to more than 90 countries. On behalf of Danone, we’d like to thank Veolia for their strategic support, helping us design and build a production facility that optimizes the resources we use.”. This is where Veolia is at his best and delivers the main value to its customers”. Since the beginning of the Alliance between Danone and Veolia in 2016, the companies have been leveraging their respective strengths and expertise to co-design and implement transformational initiatives and projects that can enable Danone to create economic, social and environmental change and value across their processes and operations.

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Wednesday, March 20


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BP Oman renews contract with Veolia

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BP Oman renews contract with Veolia Details Created: Wednesday, 20 March 2019 05:30. Oil firm BP has renewed Veolia Middle East’s five-year contract for a reverse osmosis raw water treatment plant in Oman’s Khazzan tight gas field. Resource management firm Veolia will continue to handle operations and maintenance (O&M) at the facility, which has a capacity of 6,000 cu/m per day, split between 4,000 cu/m per day of processed water and 2,000 cu/m per day of drinking water. Sébastien Chauvin, CEO of Veolia Middle East, said, “With this new contract, BP and Veolia have reaffirmed their support of the sultanate’s strategic vision.

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Tuesday, March 19


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Medical Waste Management- Global Market Analysis and Forecast 2019-2024 Prominent Players Stericycle, Veolia Environnement, Clean Harbors

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It ensures to deliver cardinal insights into market status through each section of this report. Additionally, the report renders essential financial details and forecast estimation of each contender which includes terms such as revenue, pricing structure, production cost, value chain, maintenance cost, revenue model, sales volume, growth rate and so forth. Conception of leading Medical Waste Management market contender and their financial and manufacturing operation details. Extensive estimates for upcoming growth opportunities, challenges, obstacles, threats, and restraints in the global Medical Waste Management market. Eventually, the report provides a concept to target customer desires, tendency, economical status, and anticipations regarding the Medical Waste Management .

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Nestlé And Veolia Join Forces To Tackle Plastics LeakageCIWM Journal Online

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Nestlé and Veolia have announced a collaboration to work on waste collection, sorting and recycling of plastic material, with a particular emphasis on flexible plastic packaging. Announced on Global Recycling Day (18 March), the projects will focus on eleven priority countries across Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe. Laurent Auguste, Senior Executive Vice-President for Development, Innovation and Markets, Veolia, said: “I am very pleased and welcome the opportunity of this partnership with a global F&B leader like Nestlé, in the quest for a more circular economy of plastics. This partnership with Veolia follows a series of specific initiatives and steps to accelerate action to tackle plastic waste, in line with Nestlé’s commitment to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025.

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BP renews Veolia Middle East’s raw water treatment plant contract in Oman - Project News - MEP Middle East

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Veolia will continue to handle operations and maintenance (O&M) at the facility. L to R: Aflah Al Hadhrami, BP’s regional director for PSCM and Erwan Rouxel, CEO of Veolia Oman. BP has renewed Veolia Middle East’s five-year contract for a reverse osmosis raw water treatment plant in Oman’s Khazzan tight gas field. Veolia will continue to handle operations and maintenance (O&M) at the facility, which has a capacity of 6,000 m3/day, split between 4,000 m3/day of processed water and 2,000 m3/day of drinking water.Sébastien Chauvin, CEO of Veolia Middle East, said: “With this new contract, BP and Veolia have reaffirmed their support of the sultanate’s strategic vision.“The scheme is an example of Veolia’s commitment towards sustainable development in the industries and communities in which it operates.”In line with the Government’s economic development strategy, Veolia plans to promote Omanisation, raising the proportion of Omani citizens in its workforce to 80% within the contract’s first six months.

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BP renews Veolia’s contract at Khazzan - Oman - Muscat Daily

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BP Oman has renewed Veolia Middle East’s five-year contract for a reverse osmosis raw water treatment plant in the Khazzan tight gas field. Veolia, the global leader in optimised resource management, will continue to handle operations and maintenance at the facility, which has a capacity of 6,000m3 per day, split between 4,000m3 per day of processed water and 2,000m3 per day of drinking water. In a press release, Sébastien Chauvin, CEO of Veolia Middle East said, “With this new contract, BP and Veolia have reaffirmed their support of the sultanate’s strategic vision. Our contract with Veolia and the way it is structured is another example of how we are committed towards building local content into our supply chain – a key focus area of our procurement strategy.”.

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Monday, March 18


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Veolia and Leon recycling scheme launches in London

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Recycling group Veolia and restaurant chain Leon have started a deposit-return scheme to facilitate on-the-go recycling.Unveiled at King’s Cross in central London, the reverse vending machine takes plastic bottles and aluminium cans and for each one deposited dispenses a voucher for 10% off the bill at the nearest Leon restaurant.Leon co-founder and CEO John Vincent said: “We’re really excited about this partnership with Veolia because we know that, as an industry, we need to push for the right facilities and infrastructure to ensure better recycling and reuse – this is a great step forward.“And we can’t wait to welcome all the recycling warriors into our restaurants and reward their efforts with a little thank you from us.”Veolia chief technology and innovation officer Richard Kirkman added: “A UK-wide deposit-return scheme is imperative if we want to round up the millions of stray plastic bottles and cans we as a country are not recycling.“This pilot Veolia is conducting with Leon is the yardstick for the on the go recycling. Located in a high footfall area and targeting the drinks containers most commonly misplaced – plastic bottles up to 750ml and aluminium cans – the machine offers an alternative to carrying recyclable items home or discarding as litter.”King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership sustainability manager Steven Kellet said: “We want King’s Cross to continue to be an exemplar of sustainable development and we see the way in which waste is managed as a key part of this.“We are proud that we don’t send any waste to landfill but we want to improve the amount of plastic waste that gets recycled from public areas and ultimately eliminate single-use plastics.“This is why we are delighted to be involved in this new initiative in partnership with Veolia and Leon which we hope will further increase the amount of waste that is recycled on site, and help King’s Cross become an even greener place to work, live and play.”Research by YouGov shows that 64% of people are motivated to recycle because of an obligation to the environment.

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Veolia wins contract renewal for BP Oman water plant

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Veolia, a leading designer and provider of water, waste and energy management solutions, said it has received a five-year contract renewal from oil giant BP for a reverse osmosis (RO) raw water treatment plant at the Khazzan tight gas field in Oman. A global leader in optimised resource management, Veolia said as per the contract, it would continue to handle operations and maintenance (O&M) at the facility, which has a capacity of 6,000 cu m/day, split between 4,000 cu m/day of processed water and 2,000 cu m/day of drinking water. The French group has been operating in Oman for more than 12 years and the sultanate remains one of its most important development platforms in the Gulf region, employing more than 120 people to date. Veolia Middle East CEO Sébastien Chauvin said: "With this new contract, BP and Veolia have reaffirmed their support of the sultanate’s strategic vision. The scheme is an example of Veolia’s commitment towards sustainable development in the industries and communities in which it operates."

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BP Oman renews Veolia contract for raw water treatment

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BP has renewed Veolia Middle East’s five-year contract for a reverse osmosis raw water treatment plant in Oman’s Khazzan tight gas field. Veolia, the global leader in optimised resource management, will continue to handle operations and maintenance (O&M) at the facility, which has a capacity of 6,000 m3/day, split between 4,000 m3/day of processed water and 2,000 m3/day of drinking water. Sébastien Chauvin, CEO of Veolia Middle East, said: “With this new contract, BP and Veolia have reaffirmed their support of the sultanate’s strategic vision. In line with the government’s economic development strategy, Veolia plans to promote Omanization, raising the proportion of Omani citizens in its workforce to 80 percent within the contract’s first six months.

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