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SUEZ environnement UNIFIES ALL ITS ACTIVITIES UNDER A SINGLE BRAND
As of today, all the SUEZ environnment group trademarks are being consolidated into a single brand, positioned in the sustainable management of resources.
UNITED WATER EXPANDS OPERATIONS TO INCLUDE SOUTHERN FLORIDA
United Water has opened an office in Miami-Dade County for the purpose of exploring business opportunities in Southern Florida. The office opening is part of United Water’s broader plan to bring its comprehensive environmental services to municipalities throughout the United States that are facing increased environmental and economic demands on their water and wastewater treatment systems.
UNITED WATER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR ANNUAL CORPORATE SCHOLARS PROGRAM
United Water is accepting applications for its 6th annual Corporate Scholars program. The Scholars program provides a paid internship to selected candidates at a United Water facility. The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) and the United Water Foundation will provide a $5,000 scholarship for the successful completion of a summer internship.
UNITED WATER AND KKR BEGIN UTILITY PARTNERSHIP WITH BOROUGH OF MIDDLETOWN, PA
The Borough of Middletown, PA, United Water and KKR began a 50-year partnership for water and wastewater system operations. The partnership, a joint venture between United Water and KKR to acquire the water and wastewater concession from the Borough of Middletown, was approved by Middletown Borough Council earlier this year.
UNITED WATER, NASSAU COUNTY BEGIN HISTORIC PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
United Water, one of the nation’s leading environmental services firms, today officially began its 20-year contract with Nassau County to operate and manage the county’s sewage treatment plants and collection system, already exceeding its guaranteed $10 million in first-year savings to the county by almost $2 million. The historic public-private partnership will safeguard the environment, strengthen the quality of life in communities surrounding the treatment plants and save the taxpayers a guaranteed minimum of $230 million during the terms of the agreement, a number which can grow to more than $650 million according to the County’s independent financial advisor.
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