Strasbourg’s local authority has assigned the operation of Strasbourg’s wastewater treatment plant, serving 1,000,000 inhabitant equivalents, to Lyonnaise des Eaux and Degrémont Services, as part of an eight-year public service outsourcing contract.
In April 2005, the Water Corporation of Western Australia entrusts Degrémont with the design, construction and 25 years’ operation of the first reverse osmosis facility for Perth.
Built by Degremont, the purification station of Liege-Oupeye was commissioned in November 2007 and operated from the A.I.D.E. Covering an area of 116 sq km, the objective of this station is to purify wastewater from a large part of the agglomeration of Liège (10 municipalities) before discharge in the Meuse.
The water purification station for the "la Vesdre" dam was built in 1951 by Degrémont, in Eupen, Belgium. This facility belongs to the "Société Wallonne des eaux" (SWDE) and treats the dam's water.
Located at La Feyssine within the villages of Villeurbanne and Vaulx-en-Velin, the Aqualyon water treatment plant processes wastewater for the population equivalent of 300,000 people. It is part of a network of nine other water treatment plants also serving the region.