Press Releases

The lawsuit filed by the Michigan Attorney General yesterday is outrageous. The allegations against Veolia are false, inaccurate, and unwarranted. Sadly for the citizens of Flint and throughout Michigan, the lawsuit represents the latest attempt to deflect responsibility by government officials and representatives who caused and are responsible for this situation.
Region’s Innovation and Sustainability Culture a Perfect Fit for World’s Largest Environmental Services Company
Veolia North America has signed an agreement to take over Chemours’ Sulfur Products division. This division is a specialist in the recovery of sulfuric acid and gases of the refining process, which are regenerated into clean acid and steam used in wide range of industrial activities. As a tuck-in to Veolia North America’s Industrial Business, Chemours Sulfur Products division is an excellent complement to Veolia’s existing business, and will reinforce its existing recovery and regeneration capabilities and technologies.
BOSTON, June 9, 2016 – Boston Medical Center, a 496-bed academic medical center located in Boston’s historic South End, is using Veolia’s sustainable “Green Steam” to meet its thermal energy needs, while avoiding an estimated 8,500 tons of carbon emissions annually. As a testament to the medical center’s focus on exceptional patient care and environmental sustainability, BMC recently entered into a 20-year thermal energy agreement with Veolia.
One of the longest-running wastewater public-private partnerships in North America produces savings, revenue generation
Veolia has been recognized as one of 26 companies receiving Intel Corporation’s Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) award for their performance in 2015.
WASHINGTON DC, March 8, 2016 – A new maintenance and productivity program at Washington Aqueduct is paying dividends to drinking water customers of DC Water, Fairfax Water and Arlington County, Virginia, including increased worker productivity, cost improvements and improved maintenance and management of Washington Aqueduct’s facilities.
BOSTON, March 2, 2016 – Veolia, the global leader in environmental solutions and optimized resource management, recently completed contract renewals with four key clients in the Pacific Northwest. Cascade Water Alliance in Bellevue, Washington, the City of Cle Elum, Washington, the National Parks Service and the City of Great Falls, Montana all extended existing agreements with Veolia North America. The renewals span from a period of one year up to 10 years. In addition to renewing an existing agreement, Cle Elum furthered Veolia’s partnership with the addition of a drinking water contract.