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Vivendi Environnement/Messier won’t be drawn on a date Vol 1, Issue 6 (June 2000)

Vivendi president Jean-Marie Messier has confirmed his intention to introduce between 30 and 40% of the capital of the subsidiary Vivendi Environnement to the stock market but wouldn’t be drawn on the exact timing. He said it would be “either before or after the summer break.”

RWE in talks with Vivendi Vol 1, Issue 6 (June 2000)

THE GERMAN ENERGY and industrial group, RWE, has confirmed it is involved in discussions with Vivendi over the expansion of joint operations in the water sector.

Wedeco sets out growth strategy Vol 1, Issue 6 (June 2000)

THE GERMAN water technology firm, Wedeco AG, which makes UV disinfection equipment and systems, has said it will pursue expansion in 2000 through both internal growth and acquisitions. The company has indicated that it plans to acquire two unnamed US companies later this year.

ABB launches new water subsidiary Vol 1, Issue 6 (June 2000)

DEUTSCHE ABB, Bilfinger + Berger and Mannheim utility MVV have set up a joint venture for planning, financing and operating water and wastewater projects, the three companies announced in May.

Hyder appointed for Montrose wastewater project Vol 1, Issue 6 (June 2000)

HYDER CONSULTING has been appointed by the North of Scotland Water Authority (NoSWA) to undertake the overall management and administration of design, procurement and commissioning for a new £13 million ($19.5 million) wastewater scheme for the Scottish coastal town of Montrose.

Monod quits Suez for new role Vol 1, Issue 6 (June 2000)

SUEZ LYONNAISE des Eaux (SLDE) marked a turning point in its history at its Paris AGM last month. Jérôme Monod, 70-year-old president of the SLDE supervisory board, said he was to leave the company after 20 years to devote himself to “personal projects located in another world from that of the enterprise”.

RESULTS - Europe Vol 1, Issue 6 (June 2000)

Gelsenwasser/Griepentrog eyeing liberalisation.

Making metering matter

Looking beyond the surface figures reveals the impact metering has had in the UK, says David Lloyd Owen.

Making metering matter

Looking beyond the surface figures reveals the impact metering has had in the UK, says David Lloyd Owen.