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Why Veolia’s Data Center Strategy Is Key to Shrinking its Carbon Footprint

Environmental Leader caught up with Veolia Water Technologies’ Brian Gamble to discuss how Veolia is using its data center strategy to advance sustainability goals by reducing the carbon footprint of its IT operations.

Campo Dalias desalination plant

Veolia Starts Up Campo Dalías Desalination Plant

The Campo Dalías desalination plant, one of the biggest in Europe, will begin producing more than 97 million liters of desalinated water per day beginning next month, according to Veolia, which designed, built and will operate the 130 million Euros ($144 million) facility. The desalination plant will supply drinking water … Read more »

Corn-Producing States Face High Water-Shortage Risk

Corn-Producing States Face High Water-Shortage Risk

Washington, DC, New York City, Los Angeles and San Diego are among the cities most at risk for drought-induced water shortages, according to a report from the Columbia University Water Center, in conjunction with Veolia Water and Growing Blue, a collaboration of NGOs, water companies and industry groups. Joining the … Read more »

Texas Cities Pursue ‘Toilet-to-Tap’ Water Technology

In response to the drought — lake levels in Wichita Falls, Texas dropped below 40 percent capacity last week — several Texas cities are pursing projects to turn treated sewage into millions of drinking water per day, the New York Times reports. Wichita Falls, for example, hopes to produce 5 … Read more »

Veolia’s Actioflo Carb Removes 75% of Pharmaceuticals in Wastewater

Water treatment product Actiflo Carb can remove large amounts of pharmaceuticals and personal care products and of phosphorus from wastewater, according to research by Veolia Water North America. Over the course of an 8-week study, the presence of phosphorus and a variety of pharmaceuticals and personal care products, ranging from … Read more »

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