In Australia, Veolia recycles wastewater which is re-injected in the local infrastructure. A circular system which combats drought.
Thanks to its underground wastewater treatment plant, the Darling Quarter building  has reduced its drinking water consumption by 92%.
The Budapest South wastewater treatment plant in Budapest is one of the most self-sufficient in the world – fueled by sewage sludge and easy degradable biowaste.
In northern Egypt, scientists recover wastewater from Ismailia and use it to fertilize trees. In just 15 years a 200 hectare forest has grown in the desert.
Essilor called on Veolia to help reduce its environmental footprint. The solution was to re-use its production water.