122 articles about "Veolia Water"
Veolia Water is encouraging its customers to put a price on the cost of water as they weigh up their water risks. It could be essential for corporate water users looking to justify expenditure on water infrastructure.
Li Haifeng, executive director at Beijing Enterprises Water Group, explains to GWI’s Olivia Jensen how internationalisation is a core part of the company’s growth strategy.
2012 was a year of change in the contract operations market, as traditional O&M contracts gave way to performance-based models. Which companies are best positioned to ride the new wave?
Jakarta’s populist city government under Joko Widodo has been stirring up doubts about the future of the city’s two private water concessions.
GdF Suez wants to dissolve the Suez Environnement shareholder pact next year.
A comprehensive review of the way it does business has positioned Severn Trent Services to take advantage of a whole new suite of opportunities. GWI talked to CEO Martin Kane about his vision for the business.
Finding a financially sustainable way to reuse vast quantities of acid mine water is a key element of South Africa’s water strategy. What is being done to address the problem?
Private water companies dismayed by the lack of municipal spending in the Chinese water sector are finding some solace in the country’s industrial zones.
A fresh $10 million equity injection will give the Hungarian wastewater treatment specialist new ammunition to grow its international sales effort.
Veolia Water has made its first major investment in the Chinese market since 2007.