Veolia UK | Solutions for healthcare

Healthcare

Making big cost and carbon savings for healthcare

With deficit levels at their highest in NHS history, now more than ever hospitals must strike the right balance between managing costs and efficiencies, while providing a high level of patient care. By continuously improving waste, water and energy management, additional resources can be identified and recovered for hospitals across the UK.

Finding efficiencies to plug the funding gap

The healthcare sector needs cost-effective, long-term solutions that can deliver efficiencies and optimise performance with transparent reporting to demonstrate the real value, in both financial and carbon terms.
 

Continuously adding value

We partner with healthcare customers to guarantee business continuity via a secure, quality supply of utilities and services. We continuously improve energy, water and waste management, identifying and recovering additional resources for hospitals.


Creating the right solutions that benefit the bottom line

We specialise in helping hospitals run big, complex and energy-hungry facilities. We help them to significantly reduce the cost of generating electricity and heat, as well as meeting ever more stringent carbon emissions reduction targets.

Cost savings of £33 million across all our hospital contracts per year, cutting COby 114,311 tonnes

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The savings we'll make are immediate and very significant allowing us to address £1.3 million in backlog maintenance to our heating and hot water supply systems. At a time when the trust has had to make considerable financial savings, whilst maintaining high quality clinical care, this project really does tick all the boxes.
Dean Goodrum
Head of Estates and Facilities, Lister Hospital

FINDING EFFICIENCIES TO PLUG THE FUNDING GAP

Healthcare

We work with more than 100 UK hospitals, providing services to the healthcare sector since 1966, helping organisations divert more resources back into frontline services and caring for patients.