SUEZ immediately opened a crisis centre to mobilise the necessary teams and technology to ensure Areva Malvési’s nitrate-laden water was treated as quickly as possible.nable solutions
Thanks to the flexibility and swift response of SUEZ teams, Areva Malvési was able to restart production just over a month after shutdown.
Areva Malvési demonstrated remarkable responsiveness to protect the lagoon from heavily nitrate-laden stormwater and ensure the continuity, profitability and sustainability of plant operations. SUEZ provided its technical skills and expertise, taking little over a month to find and apply cutting-edge solutions: 60,000 m³ of stormwater were treated and the plant quickly restarted production.
Local and institutional authorities appreciated Areva Malvési’s commitment to meeting its responsibilities and avoiding polluting the natural environment.
On top of managing an emergency situation, Areva Malvési improved its economic and environmental performance. By creating a new stormwater recycling process, the plant has:
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