CMA investigates Veolia/Suez merger

It believes the merger could create a loss of competition and hike in costs for waste management services

EU approves acquisition of certain Suez waste firms by Schwarz Group

It is conditional on the divestment of Suez’s lightweight packaging sorting business in the Netherlands

Cambridge Water uses satellites to predict and detect leaks

The technology produces satellite images covering 3,500km which are sent directly to the water company’s field staff, who can then investigate the area and pinpoint the leak

France’s ENGIE sells 29.9% stake in Suez to Veolia

Veolia confirms its intention to file a voluntary public takeover bid on the remaining Suez share capital to complete the merger of the two companies

Europe to become home of the ‘world’s largest’ plastic recycling facility

The facility will have the potential to produce the equivalent of approximately 4.2 billion food grade beverage bottles made of 100% recycled and recyclable PET plastic annually

French utility Suez invests £100m in new waste-to-energy plant

The site in the north-east of England will provide enough power to run around 30,000 households

SUEZ invests £250k in ‘ground-breaking’ recycling tech

SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK is investing £250,000 in what it claims is a “ground-breaking” recycling technology. The “world-first” technology recovers wood fibre from recycled medium density fibreboard (MDF) waste, as an alternative to landfilling or incinerating the waste material. The investment will support the next stage of MDF Recovery’s growth as it takes its […]

Suez to pay £500k over Cornwall landfill pollution

Suez Recycling and Recovery UK Limited has pleaded guilty to six offences at a landfill site in Cornwall. It has been ordered to pay more than £500,000, which includes £180,000 in fines and £325,000 in costs to the Environment Agency. According to the Agency, heavy rain caused leachate levels “to rise rapidly beyond limits” specified […]