SUEZ has won four new contracts in Africa with a total value of more than €95 million. The Group will contribute to structuring projects providing access to drinking water and sanitation services for fast-growing populations in Egypt, Ouganda and Nigeria. It will also provide waste management for the Lesieur Cristal production sites in Morocco.
These contracts strengthen SUEZ’s presence in Africa, a promising market for the Group. Present on the continent since the construction of the water treatment plant at La Djoué in Brazzaville in 1952, SUEZ has built more than 500 drinking water and sanitation plants and serves the majority of African capital cities including Nairobi, Ouagadougou, Dar Es Salaam and Bamako. Since 2004, it has also been supporting several industries and municipalities in Morocco with waste collection, recycling and recovery.
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