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Veolia North America's Wurtland, Fort Hill, James River, and Morses Mill facilities were recognized at the 25th Annual CSX Chemical Safety Excellence Awards.
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The Atlanta Fulton County Water Treatment Plant was awarded both the Platinum Award and the Award of Excellence.
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The EPA is establishing a new national system for tracking hazardous waste in accordance with the Hazardous Waste Electronic Manifest Establishment Act.
Target Date for Compliance is June 30, 2018.
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Delivering a more a sustainable and cost-effective energy solution for the city.
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The City Market in Kansas City, Mo. showcased 22 local businesses at its annual Green Fair last month.
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Delivering a Positive Environmental Impact in the Community through Teamwork
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Following Hurricane Harvey’s path across Southeast Texas, Veolia’s incinerator at Port Arthur is intact and operational at this time. All of the wastes at the facility are safe and secure as are Veolia’s on-site essential operations personnel.
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Hurricane Harvey has indisputably devastated much of South East Texas. Our entire organization is concerned for our employees, neighbors and the communities that have been impacted by the storm and will continue to experience the effects of Hurricane Harvey.
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On Wednesday, August 16, four Veolia North America employees gathered in Boston for a day-long innovation workshop.
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Operational responsibility transferred to City on July 31, 2017.
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The ESS team in Puerto Rico, led by Tomas Rivera, has been recognized by Caribbean Business Journal for 25 years of service transforming waste into resources.
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Mayor Commends Residents for Water-Saving Pledges
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The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities has decided to implement 13 new microgrids statewide in order to maximize their resilience in the face of catastrophic weather.
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Six-inch bullfrogs, eight student-made birdhouses and thousands of honeybees were among the things waiting for 50 fifth-graders from Mill Pond School as they visited their utility neighbors on the east side of the Assabet River.
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President and CEO of Veolia North America, Bill DiCroce, recently wrote an editorial for The Hill addressing the role water systems should play in the investments in infrastructure proposed by the current U.S. administration.
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In 2011, Veolia helped the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) install a peregrine falcon nest on top of the Jones Island water reclamation facility. Its current inhabitants recently gave birth to four baby peregrines.
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At Veolia North America, our vision is to solve complex challenges in water, waste and energy in order to shape a more sustainable world. We are working toward this vision through our corporate commitment to sustainability.
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Even something as simple as water requires people to think differently once in a while. World Water Day celebrates those innovations globally.
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Last week, 92 Veolia customers, along with carriers and other stakeholders in the supply chain, from all over the country attended Veolia's Sulfuric Acid Safety Seminar in New Orleans, LA.
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Veolia has been recognized by Intel as a 2016 Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) award winner.
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Protecting the local watershed and public health through innovative infrastructure and treatment operations.
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Under a long-term contract, Veolia is operating the Township’s two wastewater treatment plants
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Supported by the Veolia Foundation, engineers from the SAME Kaiserslautern and Boston Posts recently traveled to eight villages in Uganda to solve water quality issues affecting each community.
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The Gatlinburg Relief Fund, established by the local government’s Chamber of Commerce, recently received a donation of $25,000 from Veolia North America for recovery efforts dedicated to citizens of Sevier County.
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The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) considered Wilsonville’s public water supply an Outstanding Performer in 2011. They’ve awarded the city the same title this year.
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Although wastewater treatment goes largely unnoticed in most cities and towns, if unpleasant odors become a problem, it can impact a community’s economic and social well-being. Bordered by the Hudson River in New York, the City of Poughkeepsie was faced with such a dilemma over 40 years ago.
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Kent Nelson, Principal of Performance Solutions, will be returning to the Water Environment Federation’s annual Utility Management Conference with two Veolia colleagues in Tampa, Florida. Below is a list of their presentations, located at the Tampa Marriott Waterside.
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A study by the Veolia Institute highlights the importance of proper waste removal, particularly if it’s nuclear. Areas like the Hanford Site in Washington State are considered “atomic cities” that deserve this attention.
Veolia Reports
Under a new 3-year operations and maintenance (O&M) agreement, Veolia is managing the wastewater treatment plant and sewer system serving the Town of Charlton, Massachusetts.
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Learn the truth about Veolia's work for the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority.
White Papers
Veolia's commitment to water conservancy has been recognized by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Corporate Citizenship Center. Our sustainable solution for managing produced water at Chevron's San Ardo oil field in California was included in the Foundation's recent report, "From Scarcity to Abundance," along with a broad range of other sustainable water management solutions.
Veolia Reports
​Limiting our impact on the natural environment is a core principle of how Veolia operates.
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The reconfiguration of Kendall Cogeneration Station is an innovative infrastructure project that eliminates heated discharge to the Charles River and protects the region’s biodiversity.
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This is the second year in a row that the office has been honored for its commitment to safety.