Veolia Water Technologies
1 place Montgolfier
94417, Saint Maurice

Tel: +33 (0)1 45 11 55 55
Fax: +33 (0)1 45 11 55 80

Multi-local Presence

Veolia Water Technologies is made of 135 business units worldwide


Environmental challenges and rising costs are accelerating changes throughout the industry. Veolia Water Technologies helps municipal and industrial clients respond with cutting-edge solutions based on innovative technologies.

Pioneering technology

Veolia Water Technologies constantly enriches its offer through in-house innovation.

Fujairah 2 IWPP, UAE

Our portfolio of 350 proprietary technologies gives us unrivaled flexibility to respond to the specific and changing needs of clients worldwide:

  • Continuous Electro-Deionization, the latest generation of ion-exchange technology, produces high purity water without the need for chemicals at LeoPharma's syringe excellence center in France.
  • Our leading Biobed® EGSB anaerobic wastewater treatment technology achieves high COD removals with an extremely small footprint for Unilever Foods' industrial effluent treatment plant in the UK.
  • Our exclusive hybrid thermal-reverse osmosis desalination process optimizes energy consumption at the Fujairah 2 Integrated Water and Power Plant in United Arab Emirates.

One of our latest projects: turning wastewater treatment plants into biorefineries to produce biodegradable plastics. Produced from wastewater and waste sludge, these just-emerging new polymers are particularly attractive for their diverse performance characteristics.

Continuous Electro-Deionization

We focus on five critical areas:

  1. Reuse and recycling
  2. Desalination
  3. Biogas generation
  4. Energy efficiency
  5. By-products recovery

Innovative breakthroughs today come increasingly from outside conventional water treatment areas. As a global leader, Veolia is ideally positioned to tap into multidisciplinary fields such as energy, biology or physico-chemistry.

We also access the expertise of Veolia's international research network and 900-member R&I team.

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