Veolia Water is the world leader in water services and specialises in the management of water and wastewater services. In Australia and New Zealand, Veolia Water has 23 long term contracts, over 30 water and wastewater treatment plants and it manages $11.7 billion of water assets.
In Australia alone, Veolia Water has designed and built or is operating water recycling schemes including the Western Corridor Recycled Water Project in Queensland, the Kwinana Water Reclamation plant in Western Australia, the Rosehill Recycled Water Scheme in western Sydney and the Gerringong Gerroa Sewerage Scheme on the south coast of New South Wales.
Veolia Water also has unmatched international and local experience in providing expertise, ongoing research and development as well as operational and management support for recycling, desalination and their associated technologies.
Advancing resource recovery - new report
A Centre-funded report that takes an investor’s perspective to recovering resources from wastewater is gaining traction with industry overseas… Read more
Recharging aquifers with treated wastewater cost effective for heavy industry
Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) with recycled treated wastewater is a cost-effective option for augmenting non potable water supplies at Kwinana’s heavy industry precinct near Perth according to a new report by the Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence. … Read more
Join the conversation about Perth's water future
Two Centre projects describing how recycled water can recharge aquifers in Perth have been featured in CSIRO’s online blog Ecos. … Read more
Innovation a key component to the expansion of water recycling in Australia
The Centre welcomes a national dialogue on water recycling among private enterprise innovators and the role Australia’s peak water association has taken in fostering the ongoing involvement of industry.… Read more