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Suez is heading internationally to get back on track


The new CEO, Sabrina Soussan, believes that the potential of the water and waste markets is colossal.

“Suez is back”

, insists Sabrina Soussan, its CEO.

The group has just signed the largest contract in its history, at 700 million euros over twenty years: the management of drinking water and wastewater in the city of Mumbai (Bombay).

A beautiful symbol of international success for the company born last February from the sale of French activities and some international activities of the former Suez after the successful takeover of its competitor Veolia.

Suez wants to take advantage of the growth of these two markets: that of water, whose global potential is estimated at 800 billion euros, and that of waste treatment, with a potential estimated at 1,400 billion.

Water stress, the need to increase recycling and improve waste management: all these elements will drive business in the coming years.

The new strategic plan,

The group kept all…

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Source: lefigaro

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