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​Limiting our impact on the natural environment is a core principle of how Veolia operates.
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The reconfiguration of Kendall Cogeneration Station is an innovative infrastructure project that eliminates heated discharge to the Charles River and protects the region’s biodiversity.
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This is the second year in a row that the office has been honored for its commitment to safety.
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Today’s highly inflammatory action by Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) is nothing more than an effort to redirect blame for their failures and not fulfill their contractual obligations to Veolia.
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The City of East Orange Water Commission (EOWC) located in Essex County, NJ provides water and wastewater services to about 65,000 area residents. As with many communities in North America, East Orange was facing a serious budget deficit, in addition to insufficient water management expertise.
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Veolia in North America through its subsidiary (Veolia ES Alaron, L.L.C.) has partnered with customer Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems (MNES), Inc. to build a training facility at Veolia’s Alaron Nuclear Services site in Wampum, Pa. MNES will conduct hands-on training and qualification of the Mitsubishi Water Jet Peening (WJP) process in the facility’s radiological controlled environment.
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As the operator of Gloucester’s water system and wastewater treatment facilities since 2009, Veolia recently expanded its scope of services under a new eight-year contract to manage the city’s sewage pump stations and residential sewer systems – highlighting Veolia’s multi-faceted O&M expertise and reaffirming its long-term commitment to the City of Gloucester.
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At this year’s annual International District Energy Association (IDEA) conference, Veolia presented on how Boston and Cambridge customers achieve more LEED credits with district energy, in addition to winning two awards for growth within its Boston district energy system in 2015.
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Esteemed Commissioner Ronald Labelle retires with over three decades of successfully managing the City of New Bedford’s water and wastewater systems