Green SIM cards made from recycled fridges put the freeze on pollution

Veolia and Thales have teamed up to create the eco-designed SIM card, which could eliminate the need for around 5,000 tonnes of virgin plastic a year

Veolia starts carbon capture trials in energy recovery facilities

The technology will extract CO2 from industrial gases and liquefy it for use in other products

Recycled wind turbine blades can help clean up cement production – but how?

GE Renewable Energy says ground-up turbine blades could replace raw materials such as coal, sand and clay in cement manufacturing facilities across the US

Four next-gen plastic recycling facilities secure £20m

UK Research and Innovation says it is investing in ‘cutting edge’ facilities that are expected to increase the available recycling capacity and expand the range of plastics being recycled

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

Veolia and Solvay team up to give second life to EV batteries

The collaboration will optimise the extraction, purification and transformation of critical metals into raw materials for new batteries

Veolia submits planning application for new waste-to-energy in Hampshire

The waste management firm says the 30MW project will create jobs, power 75,000 homes and save 65,000 tonnes of carbon emissions a year compared with sending the waste to landfill

Norfolk County Council to approve waste-to-energy project to save £2m every year

The local authority estimates the proposed project could save 47,000 tonnes of CO2 annually

‘Alexa, when is my recycling being collected?’

A new bot will be able to answer questions about waste collection times and which bin should be used for what

Veolia launches quick response disinfection service in bid to curb the Covid-19 pandemic

The service could help sanitise buildings with confirmed or suspected cases to minimise risk of infection spread, especially as businesses gradually return to work