In Bouches du Rhône, France, the multi-sector facility of Jas de Rhodes recovers recyclable waste matter and non-residual electronic waste. Over 36,230 tons of waste are recovered at the sorting centre.
Emerging from a partnership with the PAPREC Group, the France Plastiques Recyclage plant in Limay manufactures PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) granules from recycled bottles collected from private homes on behalf of local governments.
In Bayonne in the United States, a public-private partnership between SUEZ and the KKR private investment fund enables the municipality to manage, repair and renovate its deteriorated water distribution systems while reducing its debt.
In Australia, thanks to Advanced Resource Recovery Technology (energy recovery technology), a great amount of buried waste is now being recovered, considerably reducing initial waste volumes. ARRT sites enable material re-use and organic fraction recovery, from recycling to composting.
In Jordan, the challenge is huge: supplying Greater Amman with water and improve the distribution service in a context of water scarcity and demographic growth. The group deploys its know-how to provide quality water services and control the energy consumption of infrastructures.
Following Casablanca, LAMA has installed itself in numerous big cities of Morocco (Rabat, El Jadida, Oujda, the Al Bay’a group of villages, Safi, Mohammedia, Tangiers, Harhoura and Tetouan). Safi, one of the most important ports in the country, is today an example in waste management.
In Italy, thanks to the Milan San Rocco wastewater recycling plant, treated wastewaters become an alternative resource for irrigating 22,000 hectares of farm crops. This plant is today the biggest in Europe.
In the Netherlands, the Roosendaal plant processes 290,000 tons of waste and produces 256,000 MWh of electricity a year. ReEnergy also provides heat for nearby greenhouses and an ecodistrict.
Vernea in Clermont-Ferrand is the first installation in France designed to assemble all the waste processing sectors together in the same site (mechanical sorting, organic recycling and power recovery units). Over 200,000 tons of waste are recovered each year.