In 2009, Lyonnaise des Eaux created Zone Libellule, an ecosystem to soften the return of treated waters into the natural environment. Several interviews allow us to understand the challenges and advantages of this commitment to local…
The extensive expertise SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT has developed over the years enables it to manage the entire water cycle on behalf of its customers:
To perform its role successfully and strengthen its presence in Europe and abroad, SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT draws on the complementary expertise of its subsidiaries specialising in water management. These include Lyonnaise des Eaux in France, Agbar in Spain, Eurawasser in Germany, Nuove Acque in Italy, United Water in the United States, Ondeo IS for industrial water treatment, and SAFEGE for designing sustainable construction solutions.
SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT operations are part of a sustainable growth approach that respects people and nature. The Group helps its customers to pursue their environmental performance goals in order to promote intelligent management of water resources. It is committed to providing them with a variety of cutting-edge offers to meet their needs
The distribution of “intelligent networks” in network industries has profoundly changed the organization and type of services the Group offers customers. They currently enable it to:
SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT is therefore able to provide users with services that help them monitor and control their consumption.
SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT develops its expertise through partnerships between subsidiaries, external experts and consumers. Group subsidiaries make every effort to increase public interest in water issues.
For example, in 2010, Lyonnaise des Eaux launched a unique initiative called “New ideas about water”. By opening up an interactive online platform, the company brought more than 100,000 people together to discuss water-related topics. The discussions about new water ideas among experts, elected representatives, association representatives and the general public ultimately prompted the creation of the Cahiers de l’eau. These documents provide a list of proposals for improving water management. They were subsequently issued to the elected representatives and associations that participated in the forum.