SUEZ achieves another success in the field of wastewater treatment by winning the contracts to operate the wastewater networks and the wastewater treatment plants for Nantes Métropole. The two 7-year contracts will take effect on 1 January 2019 and are worth total revenues of about €87 million.
Under the terms of the contract for the operation of the city’s 1,800 km of wastewater networks and infrastructures, SUEZ has committed to enhance the underground facilities. This contract also uses innovative solutions to optimise the management of the service.
The second contract covers the operation of the city’s 19 wastewater treatment plants. The Nantes city authorities have renewed their trust in SUEZ, which already operated two wastewater treatment plants, by extending the company’s scope of action. The Group will rise to the community’s major development challenges in order to anticipate the needs of tomorrow’s city. SUEZ will provide expert support to transform the service based on innovation and environmental, societal and economic performance, in particular by:
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