SUEZ and all our employees are fully focused on ensuring continuity of service in all the countries where we operate. Whether we provide drinking water, wastewater or waste management for municipalities and individuals, or high-quality water supply and treatment and waste management for vital industries, SUEZ can and will play a key role in ensuring public health protection. While ensuring the safety of its employees, SUEZ has implemented the necessary continuity plans in solidarity with governments, public sector and private sector clients, who have in turn been quick to set up support measures to help us deliver these vital services.
Turning to the impacts on our business:
We have already started to adapt to this outlook. We know that the Group’s transformation plan – Shaping SUEZ 2030 - drives a strong improvement starting this year in performance and profitability and greater selectivity in investment, and the plan is well engaged across the Group.
In the current context, in 2020 we have already engaged additional measures to optimize our activity and mitigate potential impacts on revenue and profitability, as well as to boost further the Group’s liquidity, whilst ensuring we maintain the best service and safety for our employees and clients:
In this context:
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