121 articles about "Veolia Water"
Landing Chinese deals is becoming the sector’s Olympic discipline, but who will strike gold? Here are the competitors of the month:
The City of Nashua in New Hampshire has spent the last four years locked in a bitter battle to buy out its water system from Pennichuck Water.
Veolia Water Systems is building a new WwTP; the World Bank is investing in metering.
The French company has been awarded a contract for an 8MIGD MED unit by SEWA. More orders could follow.
The sale of Weir Techna’s desalination business to Veolia has puzzled onlookers.
Veolia beat the trend in Eastern Europe away from involving foreign private water companies by winning contracts in the Czech Republic and Russia (see Market Profile p21).
(See: <b>Oil and gas boom to drive Iranian desal projects</b>) Iran is not among the group of countries with the highest installed desalination capacities. In fact, growth will have to start from a relatively low installed base.
There are a lot of people wanting to get into the water sector at the moment. Will they find what they are looking for?
It may be the biggest in the world but it is only there to support operations.