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The Spanish subsidiary of Veolia Water Technologies and Stolt Sea Farm have reached an agreement for the supply of seven Hydrotech™ Drumfilter filtration equipment for their farms in Lira and Merexo, in the province of A Coruña.
Thurpapier, one of the oldest paper mills for high-quality corrugated cardboard packaging in Switzerland, has commissioned Veolia Water Technologies Germany to expand and modernise its wastewater treatment.
PerFORM WATER 2030 (whose official definition is Platform for Integrated Operation Research and Management of Public Water towards 2030) is the first research and experimentation platform created in Italy to address the challenges of the Integrated Water Service.
Veolia Water Technologies announces the Asia Pacific launch of the Barrel™, an integrated plug-and-play reverse osmosis (RO) technology.
A first for France and Europe, the Jourdain Program will reuse treated wastewater for indirect drinking water production.
Veolia Water Technologies’ Design Centre is a dedicated resource within the company focused on accelerating innovation.
Veolia Water Technologies sponsored a $2,000 scholarship at the Society of Mining, Metallurgy, & Exploration (SME) 2022 Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Salt Lake City, Utah. One specific criterion for the Veolia scholarship was that the applicants show an interest in pursuing a career in water-related matters within the mining industry.
Cristina Del Piccolo, Veolia Water Technologies’ Process and Research and Development Manager, discusses the current industrial wastewater management sector and how we must tackle new-age pollution with innovation.
Most food-related greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) are from producing food. With heightened public awareness, the food and beverage industry is under increasing pressure to better manage its resources to cut its carbon.
Filtraflo™ FCP-P is a standard, high-performance multimedia pressure filter designed for depth filtration and high dirt holding capacity.
Veolia Water Technologies delivers a compact and sustainable AnoxKaldnes™ Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) solution at the Tokoroa wastewater treatment plant in South Waikato, New Zealand.
Veolia Water Technologies, a leading solutions provider for water and wastewater treatment, has in the last six months signed new strategic agreements with multiple partners to deliver water solutions in countries across Asia Pacific.
The largest investments are expected to be made in training and industrial maintenance — two applications that Veolia Water Technologies has already successfully integrated into its digital offering.
Secure, remote, online access to critical water quality data is a key element in business continuity planning for all the diverse industries and applications reliant on water.
With the help of technology, we are now able to move on the future of water. And artificial intelligence (AI) is at the heart of this.
Veolia Water Technologies worked with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to develop a solution to optimize the timing of the maintenance.
Real-time water treatment monitoring during humanitarian emergencies.
Digital optimization solutions are improving water treatment facility performance in real-time.