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Finding Private Sector Opportunities in the ‘New Carbon Economy’

Cashing in on climate change projects offers a huge financial opportunity for companies. Addressing the annual global environmental damage estimate, projected to reach $28 trillion by 2050, can be a profitable endeavor, Mark Ward, general manager of UL EHS Sustainability, said at the UL EHS Sustainability-hosted user forum last week. … Read more »

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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.

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Waste-to-Energy: Veolia Boosts Anaerobic Digester’s Performance, Enginuity’s BioCoal Helps Power Plants Meet Emissions Regs

Veolia has signed a contract to boost a Michigan waste-to-energy facility’s performance and Enginuity Worldwide has been awarded a $250,525 grant from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality to develop its BioCoal fuel.

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Veolia Inks $500M Wastewater Contract, Largest Wastewater Public-Private Partnership in US

In what Veolia says is the largest wastewater public-private partnership in the US, the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District has extended its agreement with Veolia North America to continue managing and operating its collection and wastewater treatment system under a 10-year, $500 million contract.

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Environmental Executive Moves: Veolia, ION Engineering, Canadian Solar

Here’s the latest news on hirings, promotions and departures among environmental leaders. Veolia Water Technologies: The resource management giant has appointed Frédéric Théry (pictured) as its new Asia Pacific chief executive officer. Théry has worked in different entities across the Veolia Group over the last 23 years, first moving into … Read more »

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Veolia Wastewater System Management Saves City Millions

Water and waste giant Veolia has saved the city of Poughkeepsie, New York, millions while improving efficiencies throughout the city’s wastewater system and facilities over the course of a 35-year environmental contract. Poughkeepsie has renewed an agreement with Veolia to continue managing and operating its wastewater system under a 10-year … Read more »