SUEZ provides storage solutions for residual waste adapted to each waste stream produced, in accordance with the regulations:
Our different solutions:
The hazardous and non-hazardous waste storage sites designed by SUEZ are classified for the protection of the environment (ICPE). We design and implement numerous technologies specifically designed to optimise the storage of residual waste: waste to energy, treatment of effluents and pollutants, practical operations to protect the environment of the sites.
Suez goes beyond the current regulations in terms of preserving biodiversity. The residual waste storage facilities are subject to an impact analysis including assessment of the sensitivity of the environment, implementation of practical measures to avoid, reduce or compensate for the impacts generated by the site. This study is performed prior to opening or extending any site.
Each full waste storage cell is capped with a sealed cover and planted to blend into the landscape surrounding the site. SUEZ develops specific partnerships with the Natural History Museum, the Regional Parks and the LPO (Bird Protection League) to guarantee the preservation of species in the natural environment of the storage facilities.
We work closely with our customers to define the best solutions together.
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