The public wastewater service in the Greater Paris area is looking to set an exemplary and innovative example. The Greater Paris Interdepartmental Sanitation Authority (SIAAP) has therefore chosen Veolia to carry out the operating and maintenance activities for the Valenton plant: smart and environmentally friendly, it will produce as much renewable energy as it consumes and benefit from a hypervision system allowing SIAAP to monitor the performance indicators in real time.
Concluded within the framework of a single-purpose semi-public company (SEMOP), the twelve-year contract, worth almost 400 million euros, is one more in a series of successes for the Group in the field of wastewater in France, including Marquette-lez-Lille, Le Mans and Bonneuil.
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