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Editor’s pickSUEZ takes a minority share in Inflowmatix

08-10-2019
SUEZ, Inflowmatrix, water treatment, water management

SUEZ Ventures, the SUEZ Corporate Venture Capital fund, is supporting Inflowmatix’s growth through a £2.8 million (SGD $4.8 million) investment, joining existing shareholders IP Group Plc, Parkwalk Advisors and the founders. Founded in 2015 as a spin out from Imperial College London, Inflowmatix is the technology leader in high …

SUEZ signs nine new contracts for industrial water and waste management

06-09-2019
SUEZ, industrial wastewater, wastewater treatment, zero liquid discharge

SUEZ has won nine contracts in the industrial sector, worth a total amount of €120 million (SGD $183 million). The Group will contribute to the sustainable management of waste from the sites of NABC, a Coca-Cola bottler in Morocco, and FUJIFILM, the photographic and imaging world leader, in the Netherlands. The Group will also be responsible …

Nadine Leslie named to lead SUEZ North America

04-09-2019
SUEZ, water treatment, wastewater treatment

SUEZ has announced that Nadine Leslie, a 25-year veteran in the international water sector, has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Group’s North America subsidiary, effective September 1, 2019. “With our SUEZ 2030 corporate plan, this is the perfect time for Nadine Leslie to become our next Chief Executive Officer in North …

SUEZ wins contract worth €145 million to build and operate India’s largest wastewater treatment plant in New Delhi

29-07-2019
SUEZ, India, wastewater treatment

Delhi Jal Board, the authority in charge of water management in New Delhi, has awarded SUEZ the contract to build and operate a wastewater treatment plant with a capacity of 564,000 m3/day at Okhla, South of New Delhi, for a value of €145 million (SGD $221 million). The contract provides for a three-and-a-half-year design and construction …

Editor’s pickSUEZ Uses Outcome Driven Analytics to Deliver 24/7 Water Supply to Growing Communities in India

26-07-2019
Suez. Echologics, Water Supply, India, Growing, Analytics, Optimising, EPulse, Optimizer

Pipe condition assessment with the Scanner (SmartCAT®) In 2011, nearly 70 per cent of households in India had access to tap water – of these, only 62 per cent had access to treated tap water. This scenario is changing with increased emphasis on water and sanitation infrastructure reform programmes like the United Nation’s …