Preserving the world’s oceans is a major commitment which is included in the new 2017-2021 Sustainable Development Road Map. Located at the center of water and waste challenges, we today use our expertise to help shape local public policies that limit pollution of the marine environment by human activity. Thanks to its overall vision, we can supply our customers with tangible solutions that limit terrestrial sources of pollution by changing the conception of the waste life cycle to a more circular model and by making the cities’ water networks more intelligent.
Committed to the same cause, SUEZ, Bouygues Construction and the Boulogne-Billancourt (France) town council are supporting skipper Stéphane Le Diraison for three years, as he spreads an important message: the protection of our oceans involves a multitude of players and demands collective action from institutions, businesses and citizens.
Aboard the 60-foot Time for Oceans, Stéphane Le Diraison took part in the Route du Rhum and has also entered the 2020 Vendée Globe. Time for Oceans bears a message defending the protection of our oceans. He is setting an example by showing us how we should all now view the oceans.
We offer solutions to control water quality, limit pollution sources, including plastic waste in particular, and protect and restore coastlines. Here are a few examples:
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