SUEZ and Southern Water seal agreement to monitor greenhouse gas emissions on wastewater treatment sites

SUEZ and Southern Water Services Ltd announce a formal agreement to monitor greenhouse gas emissions as the water utility company moves closer towards its net zero 2030 target.
Southern Water Services Ltd, one of the largest water and wastewater companies in southeast England, has secured the services of SUEZ to support net zero targets by monitoring and quantifying greenhouse gas process emissions. Southern Water has committed to deliver SUEZ’s services at three wastewater treatment facilities: Canterbury, Motney Hill, and Peel Common. This marks the first ever collaboration between the two groups on air quality management.

SUEZ will be providing Southern Water valuable insights by providing a detailed account of its greenhouse gas footprint thanks to its innovative AirAdvanced®-SCAN360 suite. AirAdvanced®-SCAN360 is a complete innovative air quality service designed to monitor, diagnose, and help plan improvements to reduce greenhouse gas outputs, all hazardous contributors to climate change, such as nitrous oxide (N2O) and methane (CH4) at each of the selected sites.

“We are very happy to be working with Southern Water and supporting the company with an innovative solution to improve the performance of water management. We are looking forward to this noteworthy collaboration that would help push the company closer to its net zero 2030 target by focusing on the reduction of greenhouse gases through process emissions,”
states Craig Lewis, SUEZ Air Quality Business Development Manager.

Iris Soler, Southern Water’s Head of Carbon and Climate Change, said: “As a business, we are taking the lead in understanding our sites and our facilities’ greenhouse gas emissions profile, and we are fully committed to investing in monitoring equipment that will help reduce these emissions. We are delighted to be working with SUEZ to make these great strides forward.”


Charlotte Thursz
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