Better Business, Better World: Mainstreaming the circular economy

The circular economy produces no waste and no pollution. For smart companies, it reveals new potential for value creation. At the 2016 meeting of the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Bill DiCroce, president and CEO of Veolia North America, shares the two fundamentals that make Veolia a circular economy company. You can read more below , and we're happy to answer any questions you have. 

Supporting sustainable water use:
Veolia will treat and recycle 60,000 barrels of water per day for this oil and gas producer. This reduces the environmental footprint and generates substantial savings.

​Our model finds sustainability on site:
Because Veolia's field services team works on site for many of our clients, we're well-positioned to identify waste streams that can be valorized. We call this our Total Cost of Ownership model.

Providing cogeneration:
Veolia operates a cogeneration plant on behalf of a major biotechnology company, and provides comprehensive operation and maintenance of the central steam/electricity generation plant.

The circular economy is a "powerful business solution"
In this interview with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Bill DiCroce talks about the value in the circular economy.