Case Studies

In Rialto, Veolia is working on behalf of Rialto Water Services, a company responsible for investing in upgrading water distribution networks and wastewater systems and improving the overall performance of public utilities.
Veolia is working with the service company Jenets to read water meters for the residents of Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto.
Managing waste in a capital city requires world-class service, continuous innovation and a real willingness to listen to what residents have to say.
République Tchèque
Czech customers now have access to detailed information about water services on their smartphones.
Greater Lyon is one of the largest, most economically vibrant metropolitan areas in France. Veolia has developed innovative solutions that are set to play a part in the city’s success.
Bucharest has suffered frequent flooding in the past, largely caused by a substandard wastewater collection system. A long-term solution provided by Veolia specialists in Romania has improved everyday life for local people.
In Guayaquil, Ecuador's largest city, Veolia is implementing a water-access program designed to provide every family with a high-quality public service.
Baltimore ranks 20 on the list of America's largest cities. What was once a center of industry has now been transformed into a state-of-the-art service hub.
The water treatment plant run by Veolia in the German city of Gera produces enough energy to meet its daily needs.