Choosing SUEZ: our value proposition for our clients
Faced with growing challenges, such as pollution increase or climate change and its impact on resources, we are committed to supporting our clients across the water and waste value chains, and thus to become their partner of choice for environmental services.
As a passionate and committed team, we enable our customers worldwide…
…to provide access to water and waste services, with resilient and innovative solutions
At SUEZ, we implement actions and bring solutions that will allow to grow and improve quality of life. Through digitization, we offer our clients innovative water and waste management models, and we help them exceed their standards in terms of water quality, recycling, and waste recovery.
Almost half a million Indians in New Delhi (India) given access to clean drinking water – Faced with rapid urban growth, the city of New Delhi wanted to set up an efficient water service and reduce leaks. A public private contract engaged SUEZ, which succeeded in supplying the population with drinking water 24 hours a day, extended the network and significantly improved its performance, trained local teams and set up a modernized customer service .
Managing waste for the Greater Montauban area (France) while creating a responsible economic model for the benefit of the community and users -To achieve the performance objectives of the Greater Montauban agglomeration, SUEZ is implementing innovative and collaborative actions to promote waste prevention, reduction and reuse.
…to create value over the entire lifecycle of their assets and services
At SUEZ with technology and continuous innovation we allow our clients to extend and enrich the operations of their assets and make them a resource enabler. We initiate new lifecycles for waste flows, such as plastics, metals, organic waste… and we optimize the water production and management.
Promoting Shanghai Chemical Industry Park (China) to achieve economic growth and environmental protection concurrently - In China, environmental issues are governed by increasingly strict regulations. The challenge for SCIP chemical industry park, the 4th largest of its kind in the world, is to be competitive, attractive and durable whilst respecting the environment and local residents… SUEZ took up the challenge by installing and maintaining water and waste management solutions designed to adapt to the fast-growing development of the park.
The “Biofactory” in Pau-Lescar: the first wastewater treatment plant to recover CO2 from sludge methanation – Near Pau, SUEZ operates a wastewater decontamination plant and is building anaerobic digestion and methanation facilities. The project is employing breakthrough technology to make the Pau-Lescar wastewater treatment unit a positive energy plant that will produce 10 resources and green energy sources over the next two years.
…to drive the ecological transition, together with their end users
At SUEZ, we believe that partnering with our clients in engaging their end users to develop a more sustainable lifestyle is an essential step in protecting the nature. We provide a complete set of water, as well as recycling and recovery services enhanced with smart and digital solutions to support responsible behaviors and help end users to take an active part in preserving their environment.
Innovation and eco-responsibility to build the cleanliness of tomorrow in Marseille (France) - The Aix-Marseille Provence metropolitan area has awarded SUEZ the urban waste management contract, in partnership with local company NOE Concept. Through this contract, SUEZ is reinventing urban waste management services using digital technology, and is proposing an approach that involves citizens in the objective of continuously improving cleanliness.
In France, a mobile application to bring citizens practical information on their water - SUEZ has launched “Mon Eau” a free application available for all citizens in France to get practical information about water on their territory: quality, composition, price, nearest swimming areas or water access points such as public fountains… A new tool to increase awareness of water stakes and better protect it.