Veolia Water Technologies

Veolia Water Technologies Italia S.p.A. is the Italian business unit of Veolia Water Technologies France (Veolia group), world leader in wastewater treatment, specialist in the design and construction of plants, able to provide a complete range of technological solutions and services.

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Veolia Water Technologies owns innovative technologies and advanced skills for the wastewater treatment, able to offer sustainable solutions for the responsible management of the environment and water resources.
We use some instruments such as the Carbon Footprint (impact CO2 emissions) and the Water Footprint (water impact index), to assess the effects of our systems according to their environmental impact.
In the industrial sector, water can often be recycled to be reused in production processes. Veolia offers technologies that can guarantee this process. These projects are called ZLD, Zero Liquid Discharge.

Veolia Water Technologies, as a partner of PerFORM WATER 2030 project, is involved into the Water research line. Veolia is committed in Micropollutants removal via adsorption on activated carbon in collaboration with Politecnico di Milano and CNR Water Research Institute for pilot scale experimental activities in the San Giuliano Milanese Est wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) operated by CAP Group.

Within the project Veolia coordinates with the Politecnico di Milano and CNR-IRSA for technical-scientific aspects and has as its main tasks:

  • to apply the Actiflo‚ĄĘ Carb technology as a chemical-physical treatment for the removal of micropollutants, through the installation and commissioning of a pilot plant in the San Giuliano Est WWTP

  • to perform literature analysis for the determination of the experimental plan to be adopted during the research activity

  • to perform laboratory tests to find out the concentrations of conventional contaminants before and after the treatment with powdered activated carbon

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