East Alabama District Will Renew Its Water Contract

East Alabama District Will Renew Its Water Contract Veolia North America will be extending its five-year contract with the communities of Lanett, Huguley, and the East Alabama Water District to continue providing water treatment services. Posted by Environmental Protection on August 21, 2019 Since 1994, Veolia North America has been operating and maintaining the water treatment plant… Read More

City of Poughkeepsie expects improved water

City of Poughkeepsie expects improved water, sewer service through Veolia deal Posted by Katelyn Cordero from the Poughkeepsie Journal on July 25, 2019 The City of Poughkeepsie’s manholes and catch basins will be cleaned, on a rotating basis, every three years. Its 720 water valves will be exercised at least once every three to five… Read More

Veolia set to begin wastewater upgrades

Veolia set to begin wastewater upgrades Posted by Jacquelyn Moorehead from The Valley Breeze on July 2, 2019 SMITHFIELD – Veolia Water will soon begin upgrades and repairs at the Smithfield Wastewater Treatment Facility, which was awarded the 2018 Gold Award for Permit Compliance for the second year in a row last week. Veolia took… Read More

The debate over water infrastructure in Rialto is no debate at all

The debate over water infrastructure in Rialto is no debate at all Posted by Inland Empire Community News on May 27, 2019 A guest OpEd by Bill DiCroce, President and CEO of Veolia North America, which provides contracted water and wastewater services to municipalities across the U.S. and Canada. Over the past few decades, a number of… Read More

TWC names two to Pilot Program

The Water Council today named two water technology projects as winners of its 2016 Pilot Program as part of a partnership with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District and the Fund for Lake Michigan. The winners include Veolia Water Milwaukee and OptiRTC, Inc. and Solar Water Works. Rain:Net powered by Opti is designed to actively control… Read More

Water contest winner – Nutrient Recovery and Upcycling

A Madison company is one of three winners of a national competition for water-related entrepreneurs. Nutrient Recovery and Upcycling has developed new technology to recover phosphates from wastewater and turn them into a mineral that’s “highly valuable” for use in fertilizer, said president Menachem Tabanpour. It’s the only Wisconsin company chosen of the 29 entries… Read More

Bill DiCroce named President and CEO of Veolia North America

Veolia, the global leader in environmental solutions and optimized resource management, has named William J. “Bill” DiCroce as the new president and CEO of Veolia North America. With approximately 7,800 employees, Veolia North America provides comprehensive water, energy, waste and resource recovery solutions to more than 530 cities and 30,000 businesses. In a variety of… Read More

Veolia creates national competition to promote water industry innovations

Veolia and two Wisconsin agencies focused on water and economic development have created a program to help innovators produce and sell products that can provide sustainable options for the water industry. Announced Thursday, “emPowering Opportunities in Water” would be a national competition for ideas to solve specific problems in the management and delivery of water…. Read More