Greater China & Southeast Asia
Urban development, demographic growth and climate change have serious impacts on stocks of resources around the world, in particular on water. We are an increasingly higher number of people to share water resources, which at the same time, are becoming increasingly scarce. In order to preserve our way of life, our consumer habits and production systems, it is essential to preserve our water resources.
Our aspirations to protect the environment are intensifying and both consumers and water treatment operators are taking action in favour of water cycle management which respects our resources.
Making a collective effort to protect the quality and quantity of our water resources has become a priority. This is why SUEZ deploys a global approach taking into account the whole water cycle.
To foster the development of environmentally-sound solutions and look forward to changes in regulatory requirements, SUEZ assists decision-makers and operators in the sustainable management of water resources based on a circular economy model.
We work closely with our customers to define the best solutions together.