Veolia UK | Solutions for water companies

Water Companies

Helping water companies meet customer expectations while boosting profits

Last year, we supplied 100 million people with drinking water and 61 million people with wastewater services worldwide. We design, build, and manage water and wastewater services and infrastructure, from pipe networks to pumping stations, for municipal water companies and local authorities. We also help our customers cut their carbon footprint through the treatment, disposal and recycling of biosolids.

Continously optimising efficiency

Our operational optimisation services enable water and wastewater companies to improve profitability and performance against regulatory compliance. We identify ways to improve efficiency and resilience of existing infrastructure and deliver optimum sustainable performance aligned with Ofwat's Regulatory Framework and Outcome Delivery Incentives (ODIs).

Supporting ambitious carbon reduction goals

Our customers can meet their carbon reduction targets while delivering smarter water services that meet customer expectations and increase profits by using our pioneering technologies that mark a change in how water assets are managed.

Helping to keep risk and cost down

We use the latest technology and expertise to assess the health of water networks and infrastructure to ensure the highest level of efficiency, profitability and standards of serviceability are met and maintained with rapid response to customer and operator issues.

Our smart sewer controls reduce spillage by up to 90%, lowering capital spend by up to 35% and energy use by up to 8%.

Veolia UK | Solutions for water companies 1
Veolia UK | Solutions for water companies 2
Veolia UK | Solutions for water companies 3
Veolia's in-depth knowledge of the history and infrastructure at the Airport is invaluable in providing support in many areas across the site.
TESSA BEADMAN
ENVIRONMENT MANAGER, LONDON LUTON AIRPORT

CONTINUOUSLY OPTIMISING EFFICIENCY

Water

We deliver carbon savings equivalent to £1 per population, and over 10% operational cost savings