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Madrid selects Veolia Water for wastewater treatment

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16,400,000 EUR
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04/21/2009

Paris, 21 April 2009 - The public company Canal Isabel II, which is in charge of water services in the Madrid area, has awarded a contract for the management of Spain's biggest wastewater treatment plant (in terms of daily flows treated) to a consortium headed by Veolia Water. It covers the operation and maintenance of the "South" plant, the main treatment plant for Madrid.
The four-year contract, which has a two-year extension clause, is worth cumulative revenue of approximately €16.4 million for Veolia Water.

Veolia Water selected by Doha, Capital of Qatar

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44,000,000 EUR
Project Timeframe: 
7-10 years
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05/28/2009

Paris, 28 May 2009
Veolia Water has signed a contract with the public works authority of the city of Doha - Ashgal- to run the Operations and Maintenance of two wastewater treatment plants which were recycling and fully reuse for irrigation and agriculture.
This 7-year contract - including an option for a further 3-year extension- represents an estimated cumulated total turnover (without option) of 44 millions Euros (217MQAR).

Brazil - Veolia Water is awarded new contract by Petrobras, the Brazilian Oil & Gas company, to supply new water and reuse treatment station

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119,000,000 EUR
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09/15/2009

Paris, September 15, 2009 - The Brazilian oil company Petrobras has awarded Veolia Water's subsidiary Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, under a 50/50 joint venture with Enfil, a Brazilian water treatment engineering company, the complete supply and construction of a water treatment and reuse station at Abreu e Lima Refinery, in Ipojuca, Pernambuco State. The amount of this contract for Veolia Water is worth about 119 million Euros.
Currently under construction, the new refinery will produce primarily diesel fuel and will process heavy oil from Brazil and Venezuela.

Sydney's Desalination Plant, New South Wales Since February 2010, drinking water is being supplied to the city of Sydney by Sydney's Desalination Plant managed by Veolia Water

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20 year

Veolia Water is now operating and maintaining the plant and intake/outlet structures under a 20 year contract. The city of Sydney is solely reliant on surrounding dams and rain for its drinking water.
The plant can supply an average of 250 megalitres of safe drinking water a day.
This is the equivalent of approximately 15 per cent of Sydney's water supply.
Seawater is treated using reverse osmosis which pushes seawater through membranes. Salt and any other impurities are removed, producing freshwater.

Veolia Water wins two contracts for water treatment and reuse installations in Dubai, on Palm Jumeirah Island and for the Burj Dubai Tower

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22,400,000 EUR
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delivered by 2008
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01/18/2008

Paris, January 15, 2008 - Veolia Water, through its subsidiary Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies (VWS), has won two contracts in Dubai for wastewater and brackish water treatment and recycling installations, worth a total of 22,4 million Euros. The contracts have been awarded for two prestigious sites: Palm Jumeirah Island and the Burj Dubai Tower. VWS will be using its own patented, very advanced technologies for the treatment and recycling of wastewater.

Veolia Water wins contract to upgrade and extend the Czajka wastewater treatment plant in Warsaw, Poland

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148,000,000 EUR
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02/11/2008

Paris, February 11, 2008 - Veolia Water, via its subsidiary Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, has won a contract in a consortium including Warbud, the Polish civil engineering company, and WTE, the German water company, to upgrade and extend the Czajka wastewater treatment plant in Warsaw, Poland.
Attributed by Warsaw's public water and wastewater authority following an international call for tenders, the contract is worth an estimated amount of approximately €500 million for the consortium, of which approximately €148 million is for Veolia Water.

Veolia Water wins Saudi Arabia's first ever delegated management contract in the water sector

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40,000,000 EUR
Project Timeframe: 
six year contract
Announcement Date: 
04/29/2008

Paris, April 29th, 2008 - Veolia Water, through its subsidiary Veolia Water AMI, has won a contract awarded by Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Water and Electricity for water production and distribution and wastewater collection in the capital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Veolia Water wins new design-build-operate contract in India for a water production plant in Nagpur

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24,000,000 EUR
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15 years

Veolia Water wins new design-build-operate contract in India for a water production plant in Nagpur
Paris, June 9th, 2008 - Veolia Water, through Veolia Water India, has been awarded a new contract by the city of Nagpur, located in central India in the state of Maharashtra. Worth an estimated cumulated 24 million Euros in total, the contract covers the design, build and operation, of a new water production plant for a period of 15 years. With a capacity of 240,000 m3/day, the plant will be equipped with Veolia's Multiflo™ lamellar settling process.

Veolia Water wins two major contracts in plans for growing infrastructure needs in Ireland Paris, 6 November, 2008. Veolia Water has been awarded two Design, Build & Operate contracts for major wastewater treatment plants in Mullingar and Castlebar in Ir

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74,000,000 EUR
Project Timeframe: 
22 years
Announcement Date: 
11/06/2008

Paris, 6 November, 2008. Veolia Water has been awarded two Design, Build & Operate contracts for major wastewater treatment plants in Mullingar and Castlebar in Ireland. The two contracts form part of wider plans for the sustainable development of both towns, and are worth an estimated cumulative turnover of around €74 million for Veolia Water over 22 years.

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