Waste management in France: SUEZ supports the local communities of SYCTOM (Paris), Neuilly-sur-Seine (92), and Reims (51)

➢ 3 contracts with a cumulative revenue of €135 million

SUEZ has just won three major waste collection and sorting contracts to serve local communities in France, with a cumulative revenue of €135 million. SUEZ will support SYCTOM1, and the local communities of Neuilly-sur-Seine and Reims, optimizing the management of household waste while preserving the environment and encouraging social inclusion and access to employment.

In the Paris region, SUEZ will ensure, for a five-year period, the operations of the new selective collection sorting center in Paris’ 17th district (Clichy-Batignolles central activities joint development zone (ZAC)), commissioned in Paris in May 2019 by SYCTOM, a major public player in waste management in Ile-de-France. With a capacity of 45,000 tons per year, this next generation site which is featured with the most advanced technologies, will enable the sorting of recyclable waste for 900,000 inhabitants in Paris and surrounding municipalities. As part of this contract, SUEZ will provide SYCTOM with a team of 80 people including 50 who are part of a return-to-work program. (Photo: SYCTOM sorting center – Paris’ 17th district © CNIM)


Also in the Ile-de-France region, the city of Neuilly-sur-Seine (92) is reaffirming its confidence in SUEZ by awarding the Group a contract to collect the household waste of 63,000 inhabitants for a period of seven years. SUEZ will use a fleet of 100% electric vehicles, thereby reducing the environmental impact and noise during collection. In addition, the city will benefit from SUEZ’s latest innovations in on-board digital tools, such as the Smart Truck system which will continuously measure air quality. The Group will also set up a dedicated call center for requests to collect large items. (Photo: Waste collection in Neuilly (92) by a 100% electric truck - Renault Trucks D. Wide Z.E ©VISAVU)


In the Grand Est region (Northeastern France), SUEZ has won a contract to collect household waste in the Grand Reims (51) intercommunal structure and to manage urban cleanliness in the city center of Reims for a period of seven years. Waste collection for the 200,000 inhabitants of the local community will be ensured thanks to 100% NGV fleet2, which uses an alternative fuel enabling a reduction in air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. SUEZ will also provide local community users with its digital service “Mon service déchets” in order to facilitate the management of their waste and improve sorting and recycling performances (access to information on the applicable sorting instructions in the city, mapping of collection points, personalized calendar of waste collection rounds, etc.). (Photo: Street cleaning in Reims (51) © SUEZ/Jérôme Baudoin)

1 SYCTOM is a public administrative establishment in charge of treating the household waste of 85 municipalities in the Ile-de-France region with approximately 6 million inhabitants.
2 Natural Gas Vehicle


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