FEATURED PROJECTRichmond, California
The city turned to Veolia to address excursion at its wastewater treatment facility, odor issues and increasing costs to operate and maintain its expansive collection system. The results include a 98 percent reduction in odor, a reduction in claims against the city, significant increases in compliance and response times, and expected cost savings of approximately $75 million over the term of the public-private partnership.
ADDITIONAL PROJECTSTaunton, Massachusetts
City officials turned to Veolia when faced with an administrative order to rapidly improve Taunton's 100-year-old sanitary sewer system. Today, the community is back in compliance and the accelerated cleaning program is saving more than $200,000 annually.
North Haven, Connecticut
Veolia’s operation and maintenance of the town's newly upgraded 4.5-MGD wastewater treatment facility, 9 pump stations and 110-mile collection system have resulted in more than $1 million in cumulative savings.
Cranston, Rhode Island In managing the city's collection system and treatment plant, Veolia has conquered historic odor problems. The citizen's watchdog odor committee ultimately disbanded, but not before they contacted Fall River's municipal leaders to endorse our efforts in doing business there.