Waste water treatment

Wastewater Treatment and Reuse
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Collecting wastewater from millions of domestic and industrial users to send it back to nature or give it a second life are Veolia’s historic and essential missions.



How we can help?

As a global leader in water treatment and reuse, we can work with your teams to design, build, operate and maintain everything from small decentralized water systems to large recycling or treatment plants. Our innovative technologies and water solutions are suitable for sustainable cities, as well as rural or remote communities and industries. 

Water utilities must meet the daily challenges of all aspects of wastewater treatment while protecting the local environment. 

Every day, we help water companies overcome the most difficult regulatory, compliance, environmental, and wastewater treatment requirements.


How do we create value for you?

By treating wastewater to environmental guidelines we help you to meeting your operation, reulatory and environmental targets.

The challenge as we see it:
Water is a precious resource and in many areas, under stress. Industries look to keep this resource clean and safe as a priority for future generations. Maximizing the reusability while minimizing treatment costs are not mutually exclusive goals.
We believe in long-term partnerships built on trust and proven performance to help industries maximize water resources. This creates a competitive advantage for those organizations that are able to do more, create more and produce more – with less water impact:

  • Long-term plant operations and maintenance
  • Proprietary water treatment technologies
  • Wastewater treatment for discharge or recovery
  • Process water treatment
  • Material recovery

Wastewater is loaded with many materials that can have economic or environmental value. Veolia has developed solutions that transform the sanitation by-products of sludge, sand or grease into raw materials that can be reused or resold by communities and manufacturers.