15/10/2014: in the framework of the Greater Narbonne Environment Hub, the construction and operation of which has been awarded to SITA, CIRSEE and INRA will carry out an R&D project on the dry anaerobic digestion of organic waste
In an ever-changing world, innovation is a necessity and a source of competitiveness. SUEZ is convinced that its innovation must be conducted through external partnership networks comprised of different parties from the :
Working closely with local authorities, universities, regulatory organisations as well as Technological Partners has become crucial. These different stakeholders contribute to the promotion of the Group’s expertise and innovations.
SUEZ participates in several networks which create value, often supported by public co-funding, such as the competitiveness clusters or European programmes. These programmes enable the Group’s work in Research and Development to be multiplied whilst benefiting from the work of research teams who are amongst the best in the world. In France, SUEZ is involved in a dozen competitiveness clusters on recycling, water, the circular economy and the environment.
Via these multiple partnerships, the Group intends to on the one hand, facilitate the sharing of results and exchanges between researchers and experts and, on the other hand, to provide innovative offers and services to meet the future needs of our clients.