Sustainable water management central to local policies
For local authorities, sustainable water management facilities are a powerful tool for raising a region’s attractiveness and boosting the common good. By ensuring that water and sewerage systems are working properly and by protecting and developing coastlines, ports and waterways, they create the necessary conditions for economic development and mutual wellbeing. They also improve quality of life and safety for both local residents and tourists.
In order to offer precise and sustainable solutions to meet your needs, SUEZ provides its expertise and flexibility throughout the six key, inter-related parts of your value chain:
- Local strategy
- Surface water management
- Drinking water management
- Wastewater and stormwater management
- Management of hydroelectric structures
- Management of coastal and port development
Anticipating the impact of climate change, developing appropriate river projects for their catchment basins and designing efficient water and sewerage systems are all ways in which SUEZ helps make your regions more attractive.
Designing and developing sustainable urban and regional water management facilities
Reduce your expenses and optimise your investments
Meet your environmental goals
They trust us
- Local authorities: SEDIF, SIAAP, Greater Paris, Nantes, Dunkirk, Greater Lyon, Casablanca, Phnom Penh, Mandalay, the district councils of Hauts-de-Seine, Doubs, Ain, Somme and Réunion, the PACA region, Guadeloupe, Brittany...
- International funding organisations: EC, ADB, AFD, World Bank, EIB...
- Public bodies and institutions: Water management agencies, ADEME, the French navigable waterways authority...
- Industrial groups and operators: SNCF Réseau, EDF, CEA, AREVA, SANOFI, L'ORÉAL, TOTAL, VINCI