The new contract will come into effect on 1 July 2015 in the 10 localities belonging to the SEPG, which supplies water to 605,000 inhabitants.
Jean Louis Chaussade, SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT’s Chief Executive Officer, stated that « We are delighted that the SEPG has renewed its faith in us. Our expertise in connected water networks and remote meter reading will allow us to fully meet the needs of this densely urbanised area, under a renewed governance structure with the local authorities ».
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