The acquired business includes a portfolio of contracts, primarily concluded with industrial companies.
WD News: Séché Environnement (SE) has announced that the acquisition of Veolia’s industrial water treatment services business in France is now effective.
The acquired business includes a portfolio of contracts, primarily concluded with industrial companies. The contracts cover all aspects of the industrial water cycle (in particular effluent treatment, process water supply, facility management – including waste management – and maintenance operations), allowing SE to offer industrial companies value-added services in the field of outsourced water cycle management.
The amount paid by Séché Environnement at closing is approximately €30 million. Séché Environnement offers services in waste management, including complex and hazardous waste, as well as in environmental services, particularly in responding to environmental emergencies.
Maxime Séché, CEO of Séché Environnement said, “We are developing a portfolio of global environmental services. This complements our ability to manage the entire industrial water cycle in a way that preserves resources and enables us to support our industrial customers in reducing their environmental footprint.”
Source: Séché Environnement
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