Greater China & Southeast Asia
As the global leader in water management, we are committed to use the most advanced water treatment technologies and management experience in the region to preserve the precious water resources.
Francois Fevrier-CEO of Water of SUEZ Asia
The earth’s freshwater resources make up just 2% of the planet’s total water supply. Currently, there are one billion people on the planet with no access to clean drinking water. Our water ecosystem is facing serious challenges, with a dwindling supply threating dire health and safety consequences. Water quality compliance rate and supply safeguards also need to improve significantly.
SUEZ works with local partners throughout the region to help municipal authorities protect community resources and provide safe and reliable water supply services. We also optimize management performance. With our support, municipal clients achieve efficiency, cost savings and regulatory compliance targets, while also preserving biodiversity.
The development of industrial parks is an effective way to improve the rate of industrialization and optimize industrial layout. It also helps strengthen the centralized management of industrial safety and environment protection. For this reason, in the past 20 years, the local governments have moved a large number of industrial enterprises to specialized industrial parks. With this high figure set to rise further, managing water resources and industrial parks environments has become key to preventing industrial pollution and promoting sustainable industrial development.
Sludge is an inevitable byproduct of wastewater treatment, which, if treated improperly, will extensively pollute the environment. Due to the complex composition, sludge, which contains pathogenic microorganisms, parasitic eggs, toxic heavy metals and refractory substances, causes secondary pollution to water, soil and atmosphere. It also poses a serious threat to the ecological environment, if not applied with harmless treatment. In addition, sludge landfill squeezes the scarce land, resulting in waste of resources. However, sludge is a misplaced resource, not waste. If properly utilized, the sludge can be used as a valuable fuel or feedstock.
Treatment Infrastructure is the first business unit that SUEZ launched in Asia. It started its journey in Asia from Indonesia since 1953. Over the decades, we have built more than 600 water and wastewater treatment facilities in the region.
With the booming development of cities and infrastructure in the region, the water and waste utilities are entering into a new era of deep transformation. This revolutionary change is strongly supported by the government and local authorities. Pursuing a sustainable and circular economy, this process integrates numerous powerful new innovations and technologies. It also fully capitalizes on the benefits of the digital revolution. The smart solutions, made and delivered locally, are cutting-edge innovative technologies and service. We deliver these to clients and partners, to help them achieve all their strategic goals. This is how we help them to become future-focused utilities.