Veolia Contracts in the U.S.

If you live within or nearby one of the following municipalities that has a contract with a Veolia subsidiary, you can educate members of your community about Veolia's crimes.  

Please note that most of the contracts listed here were featured on websites of Veolia’s North American subsidiaries, yet are neither comprehensive nor detailed. Further information can be gathered by visiting the website of the particular Veolia subsidiary, as well as through direct contact with Veolia and/or local municipalities, as governments (local and state) are required to be transparent with contract work. The Public Relations Department of the particular subsidiary should also be able to provide information for a particular location. 
 
Veolia’s four North American subsidiaries are listed below with the appropriate website and the shortened name used throughout this tool:
 


Here also are several important abbreviations:

  • WW= Wastewater
  • DBO= Design, Build & Operate
  • O&M= Operation and Maintenance
  • DBFO= Design, Build, Finance and Operate
  • DW= Drinking Water
  • BOO= Build, Own, Operate
  • OMM= Operation, Maintenance and Management


Additionally, a map showing Veolia Transportation operations in North America is posted on their website, as well as a list of their key contracts worldwide.

Please write to baysearchers@gmail.com with information about contracts not listed here.


 

Alabama
Arizona
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nevada
New Jersey
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Puerto Rico
Rhode Island
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virgin Islands
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin


 

Alabama


Auburn, AL
Veolia Water has one of longest-running public-private partnerships involving a contract to build and operate Auburn Wastewater Facilities for wastewater collection and treatment facilities since the 36 year contract began in 1984 with Veolia Water’s predecessors. The total cost of the project is $36,000,000 with an annual payment of $1,000,000. The city provided $26 million of construction costs, Veolia provided $10 million in equity.

Chattahoochee Valley, AL
Chattahoochee Valley Water Supply District initially entered into a 5 year agreement for a design-build-operate contract for wastewater treatment in 1994 and renewed the contract in 2000. The total cost of the project is $2,800,000 at an annual cost of $560,000.

Eufala, AL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Eufaula, Holt, Lincoln, Moody, Ragland and Rainbow City.

Holt, AL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Eufaula, Holt, Lincoln, Moody, Ragland and Rainbow City.

Lanett, AL
Lanett entered into an Operate & Management contract with Veolia Water for wastewater treatment in 1997.

Lincoln, AL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Eufaula, Holt, Lincoln, Moody, Ragland and Rainbow City.

Moody, AL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Eufaula, Holt, Lincoln, Moody, Ragland and Rainbow City.

Ragland, AL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Eufaula, Holt, Lincoln, Moody, Ragland and Rainbow City.

Rainbow City, AL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Eufaula, Holt, Lincoln, Moody, Ragland and Rainbow City.

Westwego, AL
Westwego has initiated a pilot program with Veolia Water for a new water treatment plant in 2011.


Arizona

Heavener, AZ
Heavener has a full contract with Veolia Water for drinking water.

Phoenix, AZ
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Phoenix.
Veolia Transportation operates a management contract for the City of Phoenix, bus service and maintenance operations for the cities of Mesa and Tempe, SuperShuttle to Phoenix airport, and ExecuCar, a private sedan service. Long term plans include extension of the light rail system, more frequent bus service, enhanced modal integration, park-and-ride lots, transit centers and more sophisticated maintenance facilities. Veolia manages and operates ground transportation services in Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport providing passenger bus service to the rental car center and parking lots, as of early 2009 an integrated bus service and new rail system. Veolia Transportation USA also operates in Tucson, Arizona.

Tuscon, AZ
Veolia Transportation works in partnership with SunTran to operate 38 fixed routes with a fleet of 335 fixed route and paratransit buses which serve the City of Tucson and portions of Pima County. Veolia Transportation also operates in Phoenix, Arizona.


California

Arvin, CA
Veolia Water has a Design, Build, & Operate (DBO) project for CA municipal wastewater treatment plant, upgrades and facility expansion. The 35 year contract from 1998 includes the 27-mile collection system and lift station. The total cost is $54,500,000 at an annual cost of $1,557,142. Services include: Asset Management, Capital Improvements, Collection System Management, Collection System Rehabilitation, Design/Build, Effluent Reuse, Financing, Land Application Program, Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility.

Atwater, CA
Veolia Water has a long-running contract for ongoing operational efficiencies and energy savings to Northern California project since the early nineties that was renewed in 2000. The total cost is $16,845,000 at an annual cost of $1,123,000. The facility is under a regulatory mandate to update to full tertiary capability, and Veolia Water will operate the new system when it comes online. The contract is for design, build, operate and finance (including a capital investment of $450,000 for a dechlorination system.) Services include: Effluent Reuse, Industrial Pretreatment Program, Land Application Program, Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility.

Azusa, CA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Azusa, Fremont, Huntington Beach, Richmond, Sacramento and San Diego.

Benicia, CA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Benicia, Signal Hill, Vacaville and Fremont.

Burlingame, CA
Veolia Water has the nation's first and longest-running public-private partnership for municipal wastewater facilities. U.S. Filter obtained th contract in 1972, and Veolia bought U.S. Filter in 1999. The contract was renewed in 2008 for a five-year term. The cost is $14,000,000. Services include: Co-Generation of Power, Industrial Pretreatment Program, Land Application Program, Landfill Gas Treatment, Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility, Stormwater Pollution Prevention.
     According to Food and Water Watch, San Francisco Baykeeper brought a suit against Burlingame in 2008, accusing Veolia of dumping more than 10 million gallons of wastewater and untreated sewage over a 5 year period into the San Francisco Bay . Although the city and Veolia had begun a $120 million improvement project, Baykeeper alleged the improvements were inadequate and the city settled out of court by agreeing to further upgrade treatment capacity.


Discovery Bay, CA
Discovery Bay renewed an Operate and Manage contract in 2011 for five years with Veolia Water. The total cost is $2,200,000 at an annual cost of $440,000.

Fremont, CA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Benicia, Signal Hill, Vacaville and Fremont.
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Azusa, Fremont, Huntington Beach, Richmond, Sacramento and San Diego.

Hollister, CA
Hollister entered into a ten year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract with Veolia Water North America to for a waste water treatment plant in 2010 at an annual cost of $688,176.

Huntington Beach, CA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Azusa, Fremont, Huntington Beach, Richmond, Sacramento and San Diego.

Lathrop, CA
Veolia Water has a Design, Build, & Operate (DBO) project for municipal wastewater reclamation facilities. Lathrop entered a twenty year, design build operate wastewater system contract with Veolia Water in 2003. Services include: Capital Improvements (2007, capital mgmt-$1,300,000); Design/Build; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility.

Los Angeles, CA
Through District Energy (Heating and Cooling), Veolia Energy's district energy networks provide heating and cooling to 25 customers in downtown Los Angeles and Century City. Through Facility Operations and Management, Veolia Energy provides facility operations and management services to a major motion picture studio and an entertainment, retail and hotel complex. The scope of services include: central plant O&M (chilled water plant and electric generation); building automation system; heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC); mechanical system; electrical system; fountains; general building maintenance and maintenance library. Customers include: office buildings; Hollywood retail and entertainment complex; movie studio for animation production; convention facility with a 640-room hotel; art deco hotel; professional sports arena and healthcare institution. Through the Foothill Transit team in the greater Los Angeles area, Veolia has unveiled the world's first heavy-duty, fast charging electric bus, The Ecoliner at its Pomona Operations Yard.
      SuperShuttle is now a subsidiary of Veolia, accordingly, SuperShuttle of Los Angeles is now under Veolia operation.

Morano, CA
Morongo Band of Mission Indians entered into a design, build and operate contract for wastewater with Veolia Water in 2007. The cost is $1,500,000 at an annual cost of $300,000.

Novato, CA
In 2009, Veolia water narrowly won a publically contested five-year contract to own, maintain and manage a new $90 million wastewater treatment plant in Novato. The total cost is $15,600,000. They will go to bid to extend this to a twenty-year contract.
     There is currently a campaign against Veolia in Novato.

Orange County, CA
Located between Los Angeles and San Diego, Veolia Transportation manages and operates the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) paratransit and fixed route bus services since 2006 with 350 paratransit vehicles, 180 fixed route buses and negotiate the services of a local taxi company to supplement the paratransit service. The Veolia Business Improvement IT partnered with the OCTA team to develop a system to detect traffic congestion and facilitate replacement transportation options.
     SuperShuttle is now a subsidiary of Veolia, accordingly, SuperShuttle of Orange County is now under Veolia operation.

Palm Springs, CA
Veolia Water has operations and management of wastewater system. There have been ten contract renewals since the start of the partnership between Palm Springs and Veolia with a seven year contract for full operation, maintenance and management of wastewater renewed most recently is 2006. The total cost is $395,000 at an annual cost of $56,428. Services include: Capital Improvements ($395,000- 2007- capital management); Catch Basin Cleaning; Collection System Management; Industrial Pretreatment; Land Application Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Septage Receiving.

Rialto, CA
Veolia Water has a contract with Rialto to operate, maintain and manage wastewater since 2003. Services include: Asset Management; Capital Improvements; Collection System Management; Industrial Pretreatment Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility.

Richmond, CA
Since 2002, Richmond has had a twenty year full design, build and operate contract for wastewater with Richmond Wastewater Treatment Facility. The cost is $60,000,000 at an annual cost of $3,000,000. Services include: Capital Improvements (2007- capital management, $2,400,000); Design/Build/Operate; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; $7 million in capital improvements. Veolia Water claims a partnership for odor and compliance solutions. In 2002, Richmond entered into a long-term operate/maintain/manage (O&M) partnership with Veolia Water. There are 5-7 years left on the current contract.
     In 2006, Veolia and Richmond were sued by San Francisco Baykeeper for “dumping more than 17 million gallons of sewage into tributaries…over the preceding three years...Similar to Burlingame , Richmond had already initiated a capital improvement project at the time of the lawsuit. In 1999, years before the suit was filed, Richmond voters approved a $20 million bond to pay for sewer repairs. Instead of immediately beginning the project, the city delayed and spent nearly three years privatizing its sewers.”


Rio Vista, CA
Rio Vista Beach Wastewater Treatment Facility & Northwest Wastewater Treatment Plant have a five year, operate and management contract since 2009. Veolia took over from Southwest Water in 2005; in 2009, up for bid again, considered veolia and united water.

Sacramento, CA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Azusa, Fremont, Huntington Beach, Richmond, Sacramento and San Diego.
     SuperShuttle is now a subsidiary of Veolia, accordingly, SuperShuttle Sacramento is now under Veolia operation.

San Diego, CA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Azusa, Fremont, Huntington Beach, Richmond, Sacramento and San Diego.
Veolia Transportation developed infrastructure to integrate the Sprinter, 22-mile regional rail line in Southern California with other existing rail and bus services. The early success of the service has prompted a plan to extend the line’s southeastern limit to Southern Escondido and to increase train frequency. Veolia Transportation also operates airport ground transportation services in San Jose and paratransit services in San Francisco. Veolia Transportation also operates university bus shuttles service in Stanford/ Palo Alto and bus services in both Orange and Yolo County. A contract in San Diego, California is set to possibly end in 2030. Since 2007, Veolia operates half of the Metropolitan Transit System of San Diego and the region plans to integrate new, multi-modal transit services and include an improved highway and road network by 2030.
Veolia Environmental Services focuses on technical solutions in Azusa, Fremont, Huntington Beach, Richmond, Sacramento and San Diego.

San Francisco, CA
Paratransit services in San Francisco are provided by more than 20 independent companies (taxis, vans, group vans, etc.). Veolia manages the service on behalf of the San Francisco Municipal Transit Authority and manages the contracts, service agreements, training, and performance monitoring of contractors and service providers. Veolia meets with the Paratransit Coordinating Council and its three subcommittees regularly to improve service. Veolia is helping the SFMTA implement the Clipper card and is supporting efforts to make all taxis “green” by 2020.
     Their corporate shuttle system, Compass Transportation, serves such companies as the following in the San Francisco area: Genentech, San Francisco Giants & other MLB teams, Google, Stanford University, Academy of Arts University, Apple, Microsoft, Amtrak, SF State and Visa.
      SuperShuttle is now a subsidiary of Veolia, accordingly, SuperShuttle of San Francisco and SFO Airporter are now under Veolia operation.

San Jose, CA
At Mineta San Jose Airport, Veolia manages and operates ground transportation services. Veolia Transportation also operates airport ground transportation services in San Jose and paratransit services in San Francisco. Veolia Transportation also operates university bus shuttles service in Stanford/ Palo Alto and bus services in both Orange and Yolo County.

San Ysidro, CA
In 2010 the ten-year, Full Operation, Maintenance and Management contract International Boundary and Water Commission Wastewater Treatment Facility. The cost is $25,000,000 at an annual cost of $2500000. Services includes: Collection System Management; Industrial Pretreatment Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; serves US and Mexico.

Signal Hill, CA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Benicia, Signal Hill, Vacaville and Fremont.

Sonoma County, CA
The County has contracted with ATC/Vancom to operate Sonoma County Transit since 1989. Currently Sonoma County has a contract with Veolia Transportation which goes through 2014 with a two year extension option. Then it goes out to bid.
     There currently is a campaign against Veolia in Sonoma County.

Stringfellow, CA
The federal government had a three year contract for the Groundwater remediation - Stringfellow Superfund Site since 2009. The cost is $9.000,000 at an annual cost of $3,000,000.

Stanford/Palo Alto, CA
Veolia Transportation has a three-year contract with a one-year extension option with Stanford University from September 30, 2009 to operate Stanford University’s bus shuttle service known as the Marguerite Shuttle. Veolia Transportation also operates airport ground transportation services in San Jose and paratransit services in San Francisco and bus services in both Orange and Yolo County.

Vacaville, CA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Benicia, Signal Hill, Vacaville and Fremont.

Yolo County, CA
Veolia Transportation operates in Yolo County with the Yolo County Transportation District, in which it operates Yolo Bus. The seven-year contract has the option an extended five-year contract, to be decided at the latest by the end of July 2013. Veolia Transportation also operates airport ground transportation services in San Jose and paratransit services in San Francisco. Veolia Transportation also operates university bus shuttles service in Stanford/ Palo Alto and bus services in Orange County.
     There currently is a campaign against Veolia in Yolo County.

Colorado

Denver, CO
Veolia Transportation operates a portion of Denver’s bus network since 2005, led a customer service training program for drivers, called, ‘Going For Green?’ and purchased and renovated a large operations facility in Denver.

Henderson, CO
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services and technical solutions in Henderson.


Connecticut

Branford, CN
Veolia operates as part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, which was created to assist U.S. cities, counties and states to develop, promote, implement and manage energy efficiency and conservation projects and programs and was appropriated $3.2 to be shared nationally by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).

Danbury, CN
Since 1997, Danbury has had a 20 year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract with Operation, Maintenance and Management. The cost is $62,000,000 at an annual cost of $3,100,000. Serivce has included 2007 capital management for $37,000; Veolia paid a $10 m concession fee.

Durham, CN
Veolia operates as part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, which was created to assist U.S. cities, counties and states to develop, promote, implement and manage energy efficiency and conservation projects and programs and was appropriated $3.2 to be shared nationally by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).

Guilford, CN
Veolia operates as part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, which was created to assist U.S. cities, counties and states to develop, promote, implement and manage energy efficiency and conservation projects and programs and was appropriated $3.2 to be shared nationally by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).

Killingowrth, CN
Veolia operates as part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, which was created to assist U.S. cities, counties and states to develop, promote, implement and manage energy efficiency and conservation projects and programs and was appropriated $3.2 to be shared nationally by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).

Ledyard, CN>
Ledyard has a contract for other sludge work since 2008.

Madison, CN
Veolia operates as part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, which was created to assist U.S. cities, counties and states to develop, promote, implement and manage energy efficiency and conservation projects and programs and was appropriated $3.2 to be shared nationally by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).

Naugatuck, CN
Veolia Water has a long-term wastewater services partnership with Naugatuck Wastewater Treatment and Biosolids Management Facilities since 2001. Veolia operates an interim operate/maintain/manage (O&M) contract with the Borough of Naugatuck, and a 20-year design/build/ operate (DBO) contract to provide total asset management for regional merchant biosolids operations. The cost is $155,000,000 at an annual cost of $3,500,000.

New London, CN
Veolia Water has a 10-year Operation and Management (O&M) contract as one of the largest U.S. water and wastewater systems managed by a public-private partnership. Since 2008 Veolia Water provides operations and management (O&M) services for its water and wastewater systems. Water and Water Pollution Control Authority renewed an eighteen year contract in 2010 for Operation, Maintenance and Management. The cost is $59,000,000 at an annual cost of $3,277,777.

Newington, CN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Newington.

New Branford, CN
New Branford has a wastewater Piping operation and management contract since 2005.

North Haven, CN
Veolia Water has an ongoing partnership with Veolia Water for O&M of municipal wastewater treatment facilities since 1991 and the contract has been renewed twice. North Haven Wastewater Treatment System has a five year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract that was renewed in 2011.

Redding, CN
Joel Barlow High School Wastewater Treatment Facility in Redding has an operate and maintenance contract since 2002. Redding has a fifteen-year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2002.

Seymour, CN
Seymour Wastewater Treatment System has a fifteen and a half year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 1999. The cost is $12400000.

Westbrook, CN
Veolia operates as part of the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, which was created to assist U.S. cities, counties and states to develop, promote, implement and manage energy efficiency and conservation projects and programs and was appropriated $3.2 to be shared nationally by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).

Westport, CN
Westport has a contract for other sludge work since 2008.


Delaware

Wilmington, DE
Veolia Water has operation & management (O&M) and capital improvements for regional wastewater treatment plant starting in 1985. Since 1998 , Veolia Water has a 20-year, $224 million Design, Build, Finance and Operate contract. The costs include $1 m concession fee to city for transaction costs, $1.2 capital investment, $1.64m in fees and costs.


District of Columbia

Washington, DC
At Dulles Airport, Veolia Transportation manages and operates ground transportation services.


Florida

Apopka, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Apopka, Fort Myers Beach, Islamorada, Nokomis, Ocala, Port Orange, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Youngstown.

Clearwater, FL
Since 2007 Veolia Environmental Services Waste-to-Energy, Inc. is the long-term operator of the Pinellas Waste-to-Energy Facility by unanimous approval. The $25 million yearly contract extends for 17 years, representing an estimated value of $615 million when including facility refurbishments along with ten similar facilities in North America.

Clewiston, FL
In 2007, a 3.33 year contract for Operation and Maintenance of drinking water began in Clewiston. The cost is $1,500,000 at an annual cost of $450,450.

Crystal River, FL
Crystal River Water and Wastewater Systems signed a five-year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract in 2001. Services include: Collection System Management; Distribution System Management; Effluent Reuse Land Application Program; Meter Reading; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Operation and Management of Water Facility.

Fort Myers Beach, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Apopka, Fort Myers Beach, Islamorada, Nokomis, Ocala, Port Orange, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Youngstown.

Islamorada, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Apopka, Fort Myers Beach, Islamorada, Nokomis, Ocala, Port Orange, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Youngstown.

Jacksonville, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Jacksonville.

Miami, FL
Since 2007, Veolia Transportation operates South Florida Regional Transportation Authority’s (SFRTA) Tri-Rail commuter system which serves a 72-mile corridor running parallel to Interstate 95 between West Palm Beach in the North to Miami in the South; three major airports: West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Miami; and 18 stations en route which provide ticket vending services for customers as well as electronic train information signs.

Nokomis, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Apopka, Fort Myers Beach, Islamorada, Nokomis, Ocala, Port Orange, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Youngstown.

Ocala, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Apopka, Fort Myers Beach, Islamorada, Nokomis, Ocala, Port Orange, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Youngstown.

Palmetto, FL
Veolia Water has Operation & Management (O&M) wastewater facilities. Since 1991 Veolia Water has an operations/maintenance/ management (O&M) contract which has operated the city's 2.4-MGD (combined capacity) Bardenpho and oxidation ditch wastewater treatment plants, 36 lift stations, land application program for sludge and effluent reuse program with reuse distribution system. Palmetto Wastewater Treatment Facility renewed an Operation, Maintenance and Management contract for two years. The cost is $3,220,000 at an annual cost of $1,610,000. Service includes: Effluent Reuse; Land Application Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility.

Port Orange, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Apopka, Fort Myers Beach, Islamorada, Nokomis, Ocala, Port Orange, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Youngstown.

St. Petersburg, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Apopka, Fort Myers Beach, Islamorada, Nokomis, Ocala, Port Orange, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Youngstown.
Veolia Environmental Services focus on waste to energy in St. Petersburg.

Tallahassee, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Tallahassee.

Tampa Bay, FL
Veolia Water uses its ACTIFLO™ process in a 15-year Design, Build, & Operate (DBO) agreement for a water treatment plant, starting in March 2000, which won Tampa Bay Water an award from the National Council for Public- Private Partnerships (NCPPP) in 2002. Separately, since 2002, Veolia Water also maintains the S.K. Keller Hydrogen Sulfide Treatment Facility. In 2000 a Tampa Bay contracted Veolia Water for a design build & operate contract for a 72mg plant; In 2007, there is another design build & operate contract for a 120mgd plant; In 2002 an Operation and Maintenance contract; In 2005, a reservoir contract and in 2009, EPCM contract. The cost is $145,000,000 at an annual cost of $6,770,000.

West Melbourne, FL
Since 1986, Veolia Water has a long-term operate/ maintain/manage (O&M) contract to operates a 3-mGD tertiary wastewater treatment plant, 2.5-MGD effluent reuse system, 57 pump stations and 90-mile collection system as well as effluent reuse and land application of biosolids with a ten year contract extension and an additional $1 million DBO finance project for a sewer force main.

West Palm Beach, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Apopka, Fort Myers Beach, Islamorada, Nokomis, Ocala, Port Orange, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Youngstown.

Youngstown, FL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Apopka, Fort Myers Beach, Islamorada, Nokomis, Ocala, Port Orange, St. Petersburg, West Palm Beach and Youngstown.


Georgia

Albany, GA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Albany, Columbus, Jesup, Mauk, Morrow, Tifton, Thomaston and Valdosta.

Atlanta, GA
Veolia Energy’s District Energy (Cooling) provides chilled water to 3 million square feet of conditioned space in Atlantic Station, and expanding to include more than 12 million square feet of conditioned space. Customers include: a prestigious office building; hotel; residential units; retail shopping mall; movie theater complex; grocery store.

Atlanta-Fulton County, GA
Veolia Water has operation, maintenance & management (O&M) for one of America's largest drinking water treatment plants with numerous honors. The end date for the contract is 2011. The Atlanta-Fulton County Water Resources Commission (AFCWRC) joined with Veolia Water North America – South joint venture to continue managing its 90-million gallon per day (MGD) water treatment system in Alpharetta, Ga., under an $18.5 million partnership agreement, which extends the 15-year partnership for another five years with the option of two, two-year renewals.

Columbus, GA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Albany, Columbus, Jesup, Mauk, Morrow, Tifton, Thomaston and Valdosta.

Fulton County, GA
Fulton County Water Resources Commission has a six year Operation and Maintenance contract. The annual cost is $2,500,000 since 2000.
Since 2010, Fulton County has a five year contract for Operation and Maintenance of Big Creek Water Reclamation Facility (WRF), John's Creek WRF , Little River WRF and the John's Creek Environmental Campus (JCEC); 30 Pump Stations and 1 Grinder Station. The cost is $12,851,648.

Jesup, GA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Albany, Columbus, Jesup, Mauk, Morrow, Tifton, Thomaston and Valdosta.

Mauk, GA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Albany, Columbus, Jesup, Mauk, Morrow, Tifton, Thomaston and Valdosta.

Morrow, GA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Albany, Columbus, Jesup, Mauk, Morrow, Tifton, Thomaston and Valdosta.

Tifton, GA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Albany, Columbus, Jesup, Mauk, Morrow, Tifton, Thomaston and Valdosta.

Thomaston, GA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Albany, Columbus, Jesup, Mauk, Morrow, Tifton, Thomaston and Valdosta.

Valdosta, GA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Albany, Columbus, Jesup, Mauk, Morrow, Tifton, Thomaston and Valdosta.


Hawaii

Honolulu, HI
Veolia Water has a 20-year Design, Build and Operate (DBO) water reclamation facility. Honolulu Water Reclamation Facility, reverse osmosis reclamation facility (BOT) has a twenty-year, Design, Build, Finance and Operate contract since 1999. The cost is $140,000,000 at an annual cost of $6,000,000.


Idaho

Burley, ID
According to Food & Water Watch (http://documents.foodandwaterwatch.org/veolia-eur.pdf), “In 2009, after cancelling its wastewater contract with Veolia, the city had to make thousands of dollars in repairs to the treatment plant, blaming the company’s neglect and poor maintenance.”

Caldwell, ID
Veolia Water has Operation and Management (O&M) of wastewater treatment plant. As part of an operate/maintain/ manage (O&M) contract, Veolia Water operates the 8.5-MGD tertiary activated sludge wastewater treatment plant, 12 pump stations, a 145-mile collection system and land application of biosolids, as well as the industrial pretreatment program for over 200 commercial and industrial distributors since 1991.


Illinois

Batavia, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Melrose Park, Batavia, Charleston, Davis Junction, Decatur, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows, Waukegan, Zion.

Bridgeport, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Mitchell, New Lenox and Bridgeport.

Charleston, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Melrose Park, Batavia, Charleston, Davis Junction, Decatur, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows, Waukegan and Zion.

Chicago, IL
Veolia Water North America national corporate headquarters is based in Chicago. Veolia Water has leading technology for biosolids drying/palletizing facility. Since 2001, Veolia Water operates a design/build/finance/ own/operate/manage and maintain contract for Stickney Wastewater Treatment Plant, a new, -dry-ton-per-day state-of-the-art biosolids recycling facility, with an environmentally friendly process of drying excess solid material from wastewater treatment process and turning it into a product that can be recycled and sold as an organic fertilizer or soil conditioner. Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago has a twenty-year, Design, Build, Finance and Operate, sludge pelletizer contract. The cost is $218000000.

Davis Junction, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Melrose Park, Batavia, Charleston, Davis Junction, Decatur, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows, Waukegan and Zion.

Decatur, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Melrose Park, Batavia, Charleston, Davis Junction, Decatur, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows, Waukegan and Zion.

Edwardsville, IL
Veolia Water has savings, safety and capital improvements services. Since 1987 Veolia Water manages wastewater facility operations which now include water facility operations and capital improvement programs for approx. 39,000 people and a 4.28-million-gallon-per-day (MGD) activated sludge wastewater treatment plant; a 7.78 MGD ground water greensand filtration and zeolite softening plant; as well as 32 pump stations with a 15 year contract extension set to end in 2018.
Edwardsville Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities has a fifteen-year, Operation, Maintenance and Management since 2003. Service includes: Wastewater (1987); drinking water (1992); Capital Improvements; Land Application Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Operation and Management of Water Facility.

Evanston, IL
Veolia Environmental Services owns and operates a solid waste transfer station (ie. dump) in Evanston, near Northwestern University.
     There currently is a campaign against Veolia's operation of this dump.

 

DeKalb, IL
At Universities including Northern Illinois University and Johns Hopkins University, Veolia Transportation provides conventional bus services, university shuttles and the Veloway sharing program and offer internships, training and employment to interested students and have offered our operations as case studies for business school projects.

Lombard, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Lombard, Sauget and Chicago. One contract for Lombard, Illinois is set to end in 2017. Another contract for Lombard, Illinois is set to end in 2024. Since 2007, Veolia Environmental Services (Veolia ES) Technical Solutions has a 10-year contract to operate a gasification unit at the Dow Corning’s Midland, Michigan plant, which is owned and developed by Midland Chemical Conversion, L.L.C., a subsidiary of Integrated Environmental Technologies, L.L.C., that recycles the plant’s hazardous waste into reusable commodities.

Mapleton, IL
Mapleton has a 15 year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2010. The cost is $29,000,000.

Melrose Park, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Melrose Park, Batavia, Charleston, Davis Junction, Decatur, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows, Waukegan and Zion.

Mitchell, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Mitchell, New Lenox and Bridgeport.

New Lenox, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Mitchell, New Lenox and Bridgeport.

Northbrook, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Melrose Park, Batavia, Charleston, Davis Junction, Decatur, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows, Waukegan and Zion.

Rolling Meadows, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Melrose Park, Batavia, Charleston, Davis Junction, Decatur, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows, Waukegan and Zion.

Sauget, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Lombard, Sauget and Chicago.

Streator, IL
Streator Wastewater Facility has an Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2004. Service includes: Industrial Leachate; Land Application Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Septage Receiving.

Taylorville, IL
Taylorville Wastewater Treatment Facility has an Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 1995. Services include: Industrial Leachate; Industrial Pretreatment; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Septage Receiving and Sludge Disposal.

Waukegan, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Melrose Park, Batavia, Charleston, Davis Junction, Decatur, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows, Waukegan and Zion.

Wood River, IL
Wood River Wastewater Treatment Facility has a 10 year, Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2002. Services include: Combined Sewer Overflow System Management; Industrial Leachate; Land Application Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility. The cost is $4,330,000 at an annual cost of $433,000.

Zion, IL
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Melrose Park, Batavia, Charleston, Davis Junction, Decatur, Northbrook, Rolling Meadows, Waukegan and Zion.


Indiana

Boonville, IN
Veolia Water has O&M/Public Works for improved drinking water & environmental compliance through a comprehensive operate/maintain/ manage contract (O&M) that includes the city's water facilities: 2.16-MGD plant, four water wells, 100-mile distribution system, two pump stations and four water storage tanks; and wastewater facilities: 2.9-MGD activated sludge treatment plant, 15 lift stations, 90-mile collection system, sludge disposal and combined-sewer overflow (CSO) management system. In an extended contract, Veolia Water also operates a collection system rehabilitation, customer service; Public Works Department and fleet maintenance. In 2010, Boonville Water and Wastewater System and Public Works began a 7 year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract. The cost is $13000000 at an annual cost of $1300000.

Claypool, IN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Claypool, Evansville and Winslow.

East Chicago, IN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in East Chicago, Indianapolis and Schererville.
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in East Chicago and Indianapolis.

Evansville, IN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Claypool, Evansville and Winslow.

Indianapolis, IN
Veolia Water once claimed to have the largest, most innovative water partnership in US in Indianapolis. According to Food & Water Watch (http://documents.foodandwaterwatch.org/veolia-eur.pdf), “Indianapolis, Indiana: Sinking the Flagship Veolia lost its largest water contract in the United States in 2010 when Indianapolis terminated it more than a decade early. The company received a 20-year, $1.5 billion deal to manage the city’s water system in 2002. Since then, workers, consumers and government officials alike have all had problems: Employees claimed the company cut their benefits by more than $50 million; residents accused the company of using unfair billing practices and overcharging them; a city Councilmember criticized the company for cutting back on staffing, water testing, treatment chemicals and maintenance, and other members questioned whether the company had a financial incentive to fudge quality tests. The company apparently lowballed its bid to win the deal, but after several years of multimillion-dollar losses, the company finagled major concessions from the city. A controversial contract amendment signed in 2007 shifted millions of dollars in liabilities from the company to the city while increasing city’s annual payment to the company by $1.9 million. In total, the amendment cost the city more than $144 million. State regulators refused to allow the city to recoup some of these additional expenses in a rate increase. By 2010, with infrastructure needs mounting, the city opted to wash its hands of the water utility altogether and decided to sell it, along with the sewer system, to the nonprofit Citizens Energy Group. As part of the transfer, the city agreed to pay Veolia $29 million to terminate the deal early. Citizens Energy believed it could realize savings not possible within the constraints of the contract.

Schererville, IN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in East Chicago, Indianapolis and Schererville.

Winslow, IN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Claypool, Evansville and Winslow.


Iowa

Tama, IA
“In 2011, after nearly 20 years of private operation of its water and sewer systems, Tama, Iowa, sought to terminate its contract with Veolia, believing it could save money with public operation.”

Spencer, IA
Veolia Water operates award-winning safety and environmental compliance for the last 24 years to provide operations/ maintenance/management (O&M) support for 3.8 MGD advanced secondary wastewater treatment plant, 10 lift stations, land application of biosolids and septage receiving.

Storm Lake, IA
Storm Lake Water and Wastewater Treatment Facility has a ten-year Operation, Maintenance and Management since 2010.


Kansas

Junction City, KS
Junction City Water and Wastewater Treatment and Public Works has a fifteen-year, Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2002.


Kentucky

Ashland, KY
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Ashland and Louisville. The end date for the Ashland contract is 2013. In partnership with Southern Ohio Coal Power Plant, Veolia ES Industrial Services Separations & Tank Cleaning Division started project for a minimum of three year in March 2010 that is anticipated to last 22 years and beyond.

Hardin County/Fort Knox, KY
Veolia Water meets U.S. Army regulations in U.S. military base Fort Knox for wastewater and associated facilities to serve over 23,000 residents and workers at the cantonment area on base, and managing the base's industrial pretreatment program. As part of its 20-year agreement with the district, Veolia Water serves as the operations, maintenance and management (O&M) partner for the wastewater and storm water systems at Fort Knox. U.S. Army Fort Knox, KY - Wastewater and Stormwater Systems (subcontractor to Hardin County Water District 1) has a 20 year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2005.

Hardinsburg, KY
Hardinsburg Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities and Public Works. Has a ten-year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2010. The cost is $4800000 at an annual cost of $480000.

Irvine, KY
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Morehead, Irvine and Nicholasville.

Louisville, KY
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Ashland and Louisville.
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Louisville.

Morehead, KY
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Morehead, Irvine and Nicholasville.

Nicholasville, KY
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Morehead, Irvine and Nicholasville.

Oldham County, KY
Oldham County Environmental Authority (formerly Oldham City sewer district and storm water management district) has a ten-year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2008. Services include: wastwater treatment plant and collection system. The cost is $18,374,000 at an annual cost of $1,837,400.

Radcliff, KY
Veolia Water operates utilities and administrative tasks. Veolia Water has an operate/maintain/ manage contract to provide comprehensive public works services. These include managing its wastewater facilities - 4-MGD extended aeration oxidation ditch plant, 62 pump stations and 120-mile collection system - septage receiving, sludge hauling and capital upgrades and has renegotiated city's contract with Ohio County's Balefill at $15,000 annual savings.

Whitesburg, KY
Whitesburg Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems has an Operation and Maintenance contract since 1999.

Wurtland, KY
Wurtland Wastewater Treatment Facility has an Operation and Maintenance contract since 1994.


Louisiana

Bastrop, LA
Veolia Water facilitates upgraded wastewater treatment facilities. Since 1996, Veolia Water operates Bastrop's wastewater treatment facilities: 4-MGD rotating biological contractor (RBC) tertiary treatment plant, 1.4-MGD post-aerated lagoon plant, 300-mile collection system, eight lift stations and 92-dry-tons per-year biosolids disposal operation. Bastrop Wastewater Treatment System had a two-year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract renewed in 2000. The cost is $1,560,000 at an annual cost of $780,000.

Baton Rouge, LA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Baton Rouge.

Harahan, LA
Harahan Wastewater Treatment System has an Operation, Maintenance and Management since 1996. It was revealed in 2009 that Veolia Water secretly treated outside wastewater without telling city for years.

Kenner, LA
Veolia Water claims to have been a “trusted partner” during Hurricane Katrina. Since 1995, Veolia Water has a 20 year, Operation, Maintenance and Management contract with Kenner Wastewater Treatment System to address compliance and odor issues related to its wastewater operations. Facilities consist of an 8.25-MGD activated sludge wastewater treatment plant, 5-MGD activated sludge plant, 74 lift stations and a 391-mile collection system; a collection system rehabilitation, industrial pretreatment program; and land application of biosolids.

LaPlace, LA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in LaPlace and Sulphur.

New Orleans, LA
Veolia Water manages one of the largest wastewater treatment operations in the U.S. with the Sewage & Water Board, including support for the areas devastated by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. In 1992, they contracted the operation of its two wastewater treatment plans to Veolia Water. The contract for New Orleans is set to end between 2019 and 2022. With a combined treatment capacity of 132 MGD, the project is the largest under contract in the country. Under the contract, Veolia Water's scope of responsibilities includes capital improvements, hurricane recovery, septage receiving and biosolids disposal. New Orleans Wastewater Treatment Facilities improvement projects include a 20-year, Operation, Maintenance and Management contract for Two Wastewater treatment plants. Services include: a 2006, Design-build repair at a cost of $10,000,000.
     According to Public Citizen (http://www.citizen.org/documents/Vivendi-USFilter.pdf), “New Orleans ended its long nightmarish flirtation with privatizing a combined water/wastewater operation in April 2004. The ill-fated consideration ran up a price tag of roughly US$5 million over more than five years and a pair of mayors. And what has New Orleans to show for all that time and money? Like that of its competitors, the bid proposal submitted by Veolia Water—the biggest, and presumably most experienced, water/wastewater system operation and management contractor in the country—was so laden with uncertainties, inadequacies, omissions and other problems that New Orleans officials could not credibly assess the much promised savings.”
     In 2009, Veolia Transportation won a delegated management contract with the city to improve public transportation and mobility over the next ten years.

Sulphur, LA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in LaPlace and Sulphur.


Maryland

Baltimore, MD
Veolia Water entered into a build, own, and operate (BOO) 15-year contract for the Baltimore City Composting Facility in 1984 (renewed in 2009). Today, Veolia Water owns, operates and directs all marketing activities for the 45 dry-tons-per-day in-vessel biosolids composting facility which processes anaerobically digested, dewatered sludge sold to public and private users. Today, Veolia Water owns, operates and directs all marketing activities for the 45 dry-tons-per-day in-vessel biosolids composting facility which processes anaerobically digested, dewatered sludge sold to public and private users.
Veolia Energy’s District Energy (Heating and Cooling) owns and operates district energy networks that provide the central business district with heating and cooling services. Customers served include: University facilities; several federal, state and city government facilities; public housing complexes; prestigious office buildings; healthcare facilities; hotels in downtown locations and Inner Harbor East. Since 2009, Veolia Energy has an energy provision contract with the developer of the new Four Seasons Hotel and Legg Mason Tower in Baltimore, MD. Designed by California's Hill Glazier Architects and developed by H&S Properties Development Corp., the two newly constructed high-rise skyscrapers are located in Baltimore's Harbor East between the Marriott Waterfront Hotel and the Spinnaker Bay residential building and the 2009 Legg Mason Tower will help bridge Baltimore's Inner Harbor and nearby neighborhoods. The Four Seasons Hotel was set to open in late 2010. As part of its 20+ year agreement with H&S Properties Development Corp., Veolia Energy will provide hot water for heating and domestic hot water production to the two buildings and chilled water will be used to cool hotel room and common areas, along with entertainment, commercial office and retail space.
Servicing three organizing authorities, the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), the City of Baltimore, and Baltimore County, Veolia Transportation is steadily expanding mobility, paratransit and medical assistance services with 200 specially-equipped vehicles and the largest taxi services in the city to supplement paratransit services. Contracts in Baltimore, Maryland with Four Seasons Hotel and Legg Mason Tower are set to end in 2029 and beyond.
At Universities including Northern Illinois University, Stanford University and Johns Hopkins University, Veolia provides conventional bus services, university shuttles and the Veloway (bike) sharing program and offer internships, training and employment to interested students and have offered our operations as case studies for business school projects. Veolia performs random, proactive review of DriveCam clips to verify that drivers follow safety practices.

North East, MD
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in North East.


Massachusetts

Bonham, MA
Ashburnham-Winchendon Water Treatment Facility has an Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2001.

Boston-Cambridge, MA
Boston is the location of Veolia Energy North America's corporate headquarters. District Energy (Heating and Cogeneration) is located in Boston and in Cambridge. Located near Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Veolia Energy supplies "green" cogenerated process steam to leaders in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. Veolia Energy has a long-term agreement to operate and maintain the Medical Area Total Energy Plant (MATEP) assets in the Longwood Medical Area of Boston, home to six Harvard Medical School-affiliated medical institutions. Customers include: healthcare facilities, biotechnology leaders, pharmaceutical leaders, office buildings, hotels, and universities. Veolia Energy entered a contract in 2009 with Equinox Fitness Clubs in Boston, MA. Equinox is a chain that has locations in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Florida, San Francisco, DC and Dallas; it is unknown if Veolia has contracts with these other locations.
     Veolia claims the largest contracted commuter rail system in North America and is the flagship operation for Veolia Transportation’s Rail Group in the U.S. The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) has privatized the operation of its commuter train service to the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad (MBCR) which is partially owned by Veolia.Veolia operates and maintain the trains and manages the workforce. The MBCR contract is up for renewal in June 2013.
     There is currently a campaign opposing this renewal.There is also a campaign by Cambrdige students for their university to cut ties with Veolia.

Brockton, MA
Veolia Water has a newly renewed 20-year contract for Operation and Management (O&M) of water and wastewater treatment processes. This award-winning relationship one of the longest-running programs in the O&M industry, and one that has enhanced the city's water and wastewater treatment processes. In 1988 the City of Brockton faced drinking water odor, taste and color issues and a lack of funds to make critical improvements. Veolia Water provided the first year of service at no cost because of its ability to achieve operational savings of more than $500,000 per year. Under an operate/maintain/manage (O&M) contract, Veolia Water is responsible for the city's water facilities: 24-MGD surface water treatment plant, 1.3-MGD surface water treatment plant, two raw water pump stations, two ground storage tanks and 1-MGD water well (inactive); wastewater facilities: 18-MGD tertiary treatment plant and two pump stations; industrial pretreatment program, septage receiving; and sludge incineration with on-site ash disposal. Brockton Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities have 20 year Operation, Maintenance and Management contracts most recently renewed in 2000. The cost is $75,000,000 at an annual cost of $3,750,000. Services include: Industrial Pretreatment Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Operation and Management of Water Facility; Septage Receiving; Sludge Disposal.

Fall River, MA
Fall River Wastewater Treatment System has a 10-year, Operation, Maintenance and Management contract renewed in 2004. The cost is $39,000,000. Services include: Collection System Management; Collection System Rehabilitation; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Septage Receiving; Sludge Disposal.

Gloucester, MA
Gloucester has a five-year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2009. The cost is $14,144,000 at an annual cost of $2,829,000. Services replaced United Water for drinking water.

Hopkinton, MA
Veolia Water signed a 7 year operation and management contract in 1990, and renewed in 2000, for the Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility (including Shrewsbury and parts of Hopkinton) worth over $11,000,000. Services also include: industrial leachate, industrial pretreatment, septage receiving and septage disposal.

Leominster, MA
Leominster Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities have a 20-year Design, Build, Finance and Operate contract renewed in 1996. Services include: Capital Improvements (financed with Veolia and has $36m in fees; $4.1m turnkey upgrade of both systems); Design/Build; Industrial Pretreatment Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Operation and Management of Water Facility; Sludge Disposal. The cost is $36,000,000 at an annual cost of $1,620,000. Veolia Water and Leominster have set standards for cooperation, cost savings and no lost-time accident. Veolia Water has a design/build and operate/maintain/ manage agreement with the City of Leominster since 1983, which phased out the existing wastewater treatment facility, the second activated sludge plant in the United States. Under the current contract, Veolia Water operates a 4-MGD surface water treatment plant, 1.2-MGD surface plant, chlorination station, two clear wells, a 9.3-MGD advanced secondary activated sludge wastewater treatment plant and nine pump stations and operates an industrial pretreatment program, security vulnerability assessment, septage receiving and sludge hauling.

Lee, MA
According to Public Citizen (http://www.citizen.org/documents/Vivendi-USFilter.pdf), “Town representatives of Lee voted overwhelmingly in September 2004 to reject a proposal from Veolia to take control of the public water and wastewater system. The more people in Lee learned about privatization, the less they liked it. Serious concerns were raised about Veolia’s track record in other communities; the company’s effort to push the scheme through establishing financial ties with powerful community leaders; doubts that Veolia’s promised savings, even if achieved, warranted the risks of privatization, and the reliability of the company’s promise that current system employees would be retained and treated fairly. At bottom, Lee citizens became increasingly wary of turning over their community’s public water system to an enormous private company headquartered on another continent. The proposed contract offered by Veolia offered little assurances. Made public to Lee citizens only days before the town representatives were scheduled to vote up or down on the deal, the contract was riddled with holes and omissions. The city would have been saddled with any number of costs, ranging from excavation to testing to administrative tasks. The company reserved for itself the right to set rates for treatment of “trucked-in waste from outside of town,” reflecting a scheme to turn Lee’s wastewater treatment facilities into a regional waste plant/Veolia profit stream. The contract allowed the town only “limited” access to documents relating to system operations. And the entire proposal lacked a credible cost estimate against which savings promised by Veolia could be measured, calling rather for an “audit and asset valuation” only after the contract had been signed. Veolia’s effort to privatize water in Lee had been quietly churning along mostly under the radar for nearly four years, and as late as spring 2004 it appeared as if the contract was, in fact, a done deal. But as the community became more engaged, Veolia’s scheme couldn’t withstand scrutiny, and Lee town representatives ultimately voted down the project 41 to10.”

Lynn, MA
Lynn Water Treatment Facilities has a 20-year, Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 2001. The cost is $160,000,000 at an annual cost of $4,800,000. Service includes: 5 year increment renewals; Drinking water (80,000 people in 1989); Biosolids Management; Capital Improvements; Design/Build; Industrial Leachate; Industrial Pretreatment Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Operation and Management of Water Facility; Septage Receiving. According to Public Citizen (http://www.citizen.org/documents/Vivendi-USFilter.pdf), “Lynn ended a wastewater overflow plant contract with Veolia because the company failed to stay adequately bonded for the project. While company officials lauded the continuing contracts with water and wastewater treatment plants in the community, the town recently rapped the company for cutting costs by refusing to properly treat wastewater with chemicals. As a result, the town was blanketed in a stench.”

Marlborough, MA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Marlborough and Stoughton.
With MultiLayer Coating Technologies, LLC (MCT), Veoila Energy manages an on-site thermal energy plant at MCT's newly acquired manufacturing facility in New Bedford and also provides energy procurement services to MCT.

New Bedford, MA
New Bedford Wastewater Treatment Facility has a 20-year, Operation, Maintenance and Management since 1998. The cost is $51,400,000 at an annual cost of $4,500,000. Service includes: Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Preventive Maintenance.

Plymouth, MA
Plymouth Wastewater Treatment System has a 20-year, Design, Build, Finance and Operate contract since 2001. The cost is $45,000,000 at an annual cost of $1,500,000. Services include: Collection System Management; Design/Build; Design/Build/Operate; Financing; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Sludge Disposal; Startup and Testing.

Rockland, MA
According to Public Citizen (http://www.citizen.org/documents/Vivendi-USFilter.pdf), “Rockland terminated Veolia’s contract to run the town’s sewer plant in February 2004, amid embezzlement charges involving a sewer department official and a local company executive. The men were charged with embezzling more than US$300,000 from the Rockland Sewer Department. The termination came on the heels of a forensic audit that suggested the bidding process by which Veolia was selected to run the plant was rigged, as well as an investigation by the Massachusetts Office of the Inspector General into whether the original bidding process was rigged in Veolia’s favor.”

Shresbury, MA
Veolia Water signed a 7 year operation and management contract in 1990, and renewed in 2000, for the Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility (including Shrewsbury and parts of Hopkinton) worth over $11,000,000. Services also include: industrial leachate, industrial pretreatment, septage receiving and septage disposal.

South Bridge, MA
Southbridge Wastewater Treatment System has an Operation, Maintenance and Management contract since 1984. Services include: Biosolids Management; Collection System Management; Collection System Rehabilitation; Compost Marketing/Distribution; Effluent Reuse; Industrial Pretreatment Program; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Septage Receiving; Sludge Disposal.

Stoughton, MA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Marlborough and Stoughton.

Sturbridge, MA
Sturbridge Water and Wastewater Systems has a five-year Operation, Maintenance and Management contract renewed in 2007. Services include: Collection System Management; Collection System Rehabilitation; Customer Service; Distribution System Management; Meter Reading; Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility; Operation and Management of Water Facility; Septage Receiving; Sludge Disposal. Veolia Water has 20-year operation of groundwater treatment plant and wastewater treatment plant. In 1989 the Town of Sturbridge selected Veolia Water for an operate/maintain/manage (O&M) contract for their water and wastewater facilities. The partnership was renewed in 2007. Water facilities consist of a 1.6-MGD groundwater treatment plant, three wells, three water storage tanks, two water booster pumps, hydro-pneumatic systems and 30-mile distribution system. Wastewater facilities consist of a 0.75-MGD extended aeration treatment plant, nine pump stations, two chemical feed stations and 28-mile collection system.

Swampscott, MA
Swampscott has a three-year Operation and Maintenance contract since 2007 for collection system and water storage. The cost is $145000.

Taunton, MA
In 1998, Veolia Water entered into a twenty year contract worth $50,000,000 to design, build, and operate the Taunton Wastewater Treatment Facility. Since this contract’s renewal in 2006, Veolia Water provides total asset management of its 8.4-MGD advanced secondary wastewater treatment facility, 96-mile collection system and 30 lift stations and management of a Pollution Prevention (P2) program. Other services include management of an industrial pretreatment program, septage receiving, industrial leachate, sewer overflow management and biosolids disposal and Veolia has second contract with city, a 12-year contract to provide operation and management (O&M) services for Taunton's collection system.

Westborough, MA
Veolia Water has an operation, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract for the Westborough Water Treatment Facility (3.5-MGD multi-media filtration surface water/groundwater treatment plant) since 1996 for a twenty year period and renewed in 2002. This agreement includes the operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) of a 2-MGD greensand iron/manganese removal plant. Veolia also operates the raw water pump station, pressure booster tanks, water storage tanks and has assisted with a Security Vulnerability Assessment.
Additionally, Veolia Water signed a 7 year operation and management contract in 1990, and renewed in 2000, for the Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility (including Shrewsbury and parts of Hopkinton) worth over $11,000,000. Services also include: industrial leachate, industrial pretreatment, septage receiving and septage disposal.


Michigan

Blaine, MI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Blaine and Livonia.

Dearborn, MI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Dearborn, Pontiac, Roseville and Northville.

Grand Rapids, MI
Veolia Energy serves the business district with centrally-produced steam. Customers include: hospitals; college campuses; sports arena and exhibition center; office buildings and retail store fronts; city, state and county government facilities; private apartment buildings and arts and culture centers. The contracts for Grand Rapids (Grand Valley State University), Michigan is set to end in 2013. In 2010, Veolia Energy renewed its agreement with Grand Valley State University (GVSU) to continue to provide thermal heating services to its Pew Grand Rapids Campus. Since 1998, GVSU has been receiving thermal energy at two locations on the campus, Secchia Hall and DeVos Center, via the district energy system in downtown Grand Rapids with praise from Tim Thimmesch, Assistant Vice President for Facilities Services, Grand Valley State University.

Jackson County, MI
In 1990, Veolia Water entered into an operation and management contract for the Jackson County Resource Recovery Operation.

Livonia, MI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Blaine and Livonia.

Northville, MI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Norway and Northville.
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Dearborn, Pontiac, Roseville and Northville.

Norway, MI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Norway and Northville.

Pontiac, MI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Dearborn, Pontiac, Roseville and Northville.

Roseville, MI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Dearborn, Pontiac, Roseville and Northville.


Minnesota

Albertville, MN
In 1998 Veolia Water entered into an operation, maintenance, and management contract (OMM) with the Joint Powers Regional Authority for the Joint Powers Regional Water Treatment Facility. Services also include: billing/collection, customer service, distribution system management, and meter reading.

Buffalo, MN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Buffalo, Newport, Rochester, St. Cloud and St. Paul.

Columbia Heights, MN
The City of Columbia Heights entered into a five-year contract with Veolia in 2010 for garbage and recycling.

Delano, MN
In 1990 Veolia Water entered into an operations, management, and maintenance (OMM) contract for the Delano Wastewater Treatment Facility. Their services also include a land application program.

Hanover, MN
In 1999, Veolia Water entered into an operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract for Hanover Distribution and Collection Systems which was renewed in 2003. Services also include: Billing/Collection, Collection System Management, Customer Service, Distribution System Management, and Meter Reading.

Hennepin, MN
In 2007, Veolia Water entered into a five year operations and management wastewater contract with the town of Hennepin worth $370,000.

Monticello, MN
In 1986, Veolia water entered into an operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract for the Monticello Wastewater Treatment Facility. Services also include a land application program.

Newport, MN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Buffalo, Newport, Rochester, St. Cloud and St. Paul.

Rochester, MN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Buffalo, Newport, Rochester, St. Cloud and St. Paul.

St. Cloud, MN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Buffalo, Newport, Rochester, St. Cloud and St. Paul.

St. Michael, MN
Since 1996, Veolia Water has Operation & Management (O&M) services for the town of St. Michael and manages its water supply - a 75-mile distribution system - and wastewater facilities: 2.5-MGD sequencing batch reactor and Biolac extended aeration plant, 28-mile collection system, seven lift stations, 200 grinder pump stations, reed beds, customer service and water/sewer billing. This contract has been renewed three times, most recently in 2008.

St. Paul, MN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Buffalo, Newport, Rochester, St. Cloud and St. Paul.

Whisper Creek, MN
In 2006, Veolia Water entered into a contract to provide full wastewater services for the town of Whisper Creek.


Mississippi

Tupelo, MS
In 1990, Veolia Water entered into an operations and management contract (renewed in 1999) for the Tupelo Water Treatment Facility.


Missouri

Bethany, MO
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Bethany, Boonville, Kirksville and Macon.

Boonville, MO
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Bethany, Boonville, Kirksville and Macon.

Kansas City, MO
Veolia Energy’s district energy network provides centrally-produced steam and chilled water for their customers, and the facility also cogenerates electricity. Customers include: chemicals industry, agrifoods industry, federal, county and city government facilities, an arena, and hotels.

Kirksville, MO
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Bethany, Boonville, Kirksville and Macon.

Liberty, MO
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Liberty.

Macon, MO
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Bethany, Boonville, Kirksville and Macon.

St. Louis, MO
Through District Energy (Heating and Cogeneration), Veolia Energy's Trigen district energy network provides centrally-produced steam from a cogeneration facility to approximately 125 customers in the central business district. Customers include: federal and city government facilities; world-class professional sports facilities; prestigious office buildings; hotels; athletic club and major retailers.


Montana

Great Falls, MT
In 1977 Veolia water entered into a ten year operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract (recently renewed in 2007) for the Wastewater Treatment Facility and Meadow Lark Country Club Lift Station worth $25,000,000.


Nevada

Las Vegas, NV
Veolia Transportation operates the entire fixed route bus service in Las Vegas on behalf of the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC.) There are three components of the service: a regular fixed route bus service; a bus rapid transit (BRT) service called MAX; a double-decker bus service on the Strip called Deuce. Veolia Transportation has operated bus service and maintenance for the RTC since 1993, now transporting over 65 million passengers per year. MAX, North America’s first BRT, was launched in Las Vegas in June 2004 by Veolia and the Regional Transit Commission. MAX operates on one of the city’s busiest corridors – a 7.5 mile portion of the Las Vegas Boulevard, stretching from downtown to North Las Vegas. A second BRT line, the ACE Downtown Connector, was scheduled to begin operating in late 2009.
Through facility Operations and Management (O&M), Veolia Energy operates the central cooling and heating facility in three luxury resorts-hotels-casinos on the Strip, in addition to the adjoining convention center and provides facility management solutions to a large transit bus operator including building maintenance services. The scope of services include: Operations and Management (O&M) for the central plant (steam system, chilled water plant, and emergency generation); building automation system; electrical system and switch gear; heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) and plumbing; pools and fountains; and life safety systems. The contract for Las Vegas (Venetian resort-hotel-casino), Nevada is set to end in 2019. In 2009 Veolia Energy renewed its contract with the world's largest resort-hotel-casino, The Venetian Las Vegas. After ten years of providing heating, cooling and facility operations and management services, the partnership has been extended for an additional ten years.


New Jersey

Flanders, NJ
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Flanders and Middlesex.

Middlesex, NJ
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Flanders and Middlesex.

Mt. Laurel, NJ
Through facility Operations and Management (O&M), Veolia Energy provides facility operations and management services for the NFL Films Studio. The scope of services includes: Operations and Management (O&M) of thermal and electrical energy assets; security; maintenance; fire systems; and waste removal.

Newark, New Jersey
In 1996, Veolia Water entered into a $70,000,000 operations, maintenance, and management contract with the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission for biosolids treatment.

Paterson, NJ
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Paterson and Totowa.

Picatinny Arsenal, NJ
In a contract renewed in 1996, Veolia Water is responsible for the operations and management for the Picatinny Arsenal Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems.

Totowa, NJ
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Paterson and Totowa.

Trenton, NJ
Through District Energy (Heating, Cooling and Cogeneration), Veolia Energy's district energy network provides centrally-produced hot water and chilled water to approximately 35 customers in the central business district from one cogeneration facility and multiple chilled water facilities. Customers include: state, county and city government facilities; healthcare facilities; sports and cultural arenas; prestigious office buildings; hotels; and community college.

Washington Borough, NJ
In 1998, Veolia water entered into a 15 year Design, Build, Finance and Operate contract for the Borough of Washington Wastewater Treatment Facility worth over $17,000,000.


New York

Athens, NY
In a $2,000,000 contract renewed in 2000, Veolia Water is responsible for the operations and management of the Athens Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities.

Buffalo, NY
In 2010 Veolia Water entered into a 10 year contract for the operation, maintenance, and management of full water treatment services.

Fonda, NY
In 2007, Veolia Water entered into a 4.4 year contract with the Villages of Fonda for operations and management of their wastewater treatment.

Hempsted, NY
Since 2011, Veolia Energy with SourceOne, its energy management and advisory services subsidiary, provide energy efficiency measures. As part of the contract, SourceOne will provide program management services to assist the Town with implementation of an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program from the United States Department of Energy (DOE)…SourceOne worked with the Town of Hempstead to secure a $4.6 million grant through the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) Program, created to assist U.S. cities, counties and states to develop, promote, implement and manage energy efficiency and conservation projects and programs. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) appropriated $3.2 billion for EECBGs to be distributed by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) across the country.

New York, NY
Veolia Energy operates and maintains a cogeneration system inside of one of the most environmentally advanced skyscrapers in the world. The contract for New York, New York (auditing contract) is set to end in 2013. In 2009, the New York Power Authority (NYPA) chose Veolia Energy with its subsidiary and consulting division, SourceOne, to conduct energy efficiency audits at the facilities of NYPA electricity customers in New York City and Westchester County. NYPA is the largest state-owned power organization in the United States, operating 18 generating facilities and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines. Under this four-year service agreement, Veolia Energy will conduct energy audits for NYPA customers that range from large public institutions to small facilities. This agreement will support NYPA's energy efficiency work to help achieve New York Governor David A. Paterson's ambitious ‘45 by 15’ initiative to both reduce electricity use by 15 percent below 2015 forecasts and increase the proportion of renewable generation to 30 percent of electricity demand by that year. Through these audits, Veolia Energy will provide recommendations and will be responsible for the designing of energy-efficiency projects, putting them out to bid, and reviewing and selecting bidders. This will be done in collaboration with the Power Authority and the NYPA customers whose facilities are benefiting from the energy audits.

New York/Long Island, NY
The MTA has sold Long Island Bus to Veolia. Up until now, Veolia has only had the airport shuttle buses in this area.

Nicoma Park, NY
In 1994 (and renewed in 2001), Veolia Water entered into a contract with the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for the operations, management, and maintenance of their wastewater treatment.

Poughkeepsie, NY
Veolia Water has Operations and Management (O&M) of wastewater treatment, industrial pretreatment, CSO monitoring, storm water management and biosolids disposal. Since 1980, Veolia Water has an operate/maintain/manage (O&M) contract for the 10-MGD activated sludge wastewater treatment plant and five pump stations. Over numerous contract renewals, the company has broadened its scope of responsibilities to include an industrial pretreatment program, CSO monitoring, stormwater management and biosolids disposal.

Rockland County, NY
Veolia Water has a $45,000,000 design-build operate contract (DBO) for Greenfield wastewater treatment facility. . Since 2006 Veolia has a long-term design/build/operate (DBO) contract, and leads New York State's first new wastewater treatment plant project. The 1.5-MGD ICEAS sequencing batch reactor facility will be located in Hillburn, less than 20 miles from New York City, with startup expected in 2010. Upon completion, Veolia Water will assume operations, maintenance and management (O&M) responsibility. It will be unique in the northeastern U.S. as the first municipal wastewater plant treating effluent to drinking-water quality.

Schenectady, NY
Veolia Water manages composting facility and marketing operations. In 1991 Veolia Water began a long-term operate/maintain/manage (O&M) contract for the city's wastewater treatment facilities, its sludge compost operation had been shut down because of odors, mechanical problems and poor product quality. Veolia Water operates the 15 dry-tons-per-day in-vessel compost facility and product marketing as well as the 18.5-MGD rotating biological contactor wastewater treatment plant, eight pump stations, septage receiving and industrial pretreatment program. The contract has been renewed twice, most recently for a 10-year term in 2002..
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Schenectady, Tonawanda and Wantagh.

Tonawanda, NY
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Schenectady, Tonawanda and Wantagh.

Village of Hempstead, NY
According to Public Citizen (http://www.citizen.org/documents/Vivendi-USFilter.pdf), “Veolia’s dreams for little towns, as well as the corporation’s long-term corporate strategy for the entire country, may have came together in early 2004 in the Village of Hempstead, N.Y. The specter of privatization came to the Village of Hempstead, on Long Island, at the invitation of a mayor who is the former president of the pro-privatization U.S. Conference of Mayors. The Conference, and more specifically its Urban Water Council, has effectively become a lobbying arm of the big water corporations. Contrary to the best interest of cash-strapped municipalities, the Urban Water Council urges Congress to de- emphasize increased federal assistance for water and wastewater infrastructure projects, instead supporting regulatory and tax schemes such as relaxed restrictions on private activity bonds which serve merely to promote municipal water privatization. The Urban Water Council is ostensibly comprised of mayors, but the council’s “Water Development Advisory Board” is comprised exclusively of 17 private companies in either“full” or “associate” member status. Veolia Water is one of four “full” members. Veolia Water also sponsors the U.S. Conference of Mayors web site, www.usmayors.org. So it was particularly pleasant earlier this yea r when the then-president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors was unable to foist water privatization on his constituents in the Village of Hempstead; local citizens and organized labor mounted a rigorous opposition to the privatization scheme, which now appears to be shelved by mostly embarrassed proponents. But the attempt serves as a reminder of Veolia’s strategy with regard to privatizing municipal water systems. For now, it’ll go after small towns instead of big cities. In the long run, it’ll work with its corporate counterparts and front groups like the U.S. Conference of Mayors to win favorable tax and regulatory treatments in Congress, in the hopes of choking off federal money to cities, effectively putting desperate towns up against the wall to make wild-eyed schemes like privatization palatable.”

Wantagh, NY
Veolia Environmental Services focuses on technical solutions in Schenectady, Tonawanda and Wantagh.

Westchester County, NY
In 2008 Veolia Water entered a contract with Westchester County in the area of sludge.


North Carolina

Creedmoor, NC
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Creedmoor and Mooresville.

Hickory, NC
In 1994 Veolia Water entered into a nine year contract for the Hickory Biosolids Composting Facility, recently renewed in 2002.

Mooresville, NC
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Creedmoor and Mooresville.

Plymouth, NC
Based on a contract begun in 1995 and renewed in 2000, the company is responsible for the operation and management of Plymouth Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems: a 1.2-MGD ion exchange groundwater treatment plant, five wells and 25-mile distribution system; wastewater facilities: 0.8-MGD extended aeration wastewater treatment plant, 25-mile collection system and 16 lift stations; customer service, Public Works, meter reading and distribution system rehabilitation.


Ohio

Dayton, OH
Veolia Water has Operations and Management (O&M) of regional wastewater facilities since 1985. In 1985, Veolia Water entered a contract with the Tri-City Regional Wastewater Authority to provide startup, training and full-service operations/maintenance/ management (OMM) services which has expanded to manage an 11.2-MGD advanced trickling filter treatment plant, lift station, five metering stations, an industrial pretreatment program, collection system inspection and land application program for 825 dry-tons-per-year of Class B biosolids.

Franklin, OH
In 1995 Veolia Water entered into a twenty year contract with the Miami Ohio Conservancy District to buy the Franklin Area Wastewater Treatment Facility which is owned by Wheelabrator, Inc.

Huber Heights, OH
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Huber Heights.

North Jackson, OH
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in North Jackson and West Carrollton.

Springboro, OH
Veolia Water has Operations and Management (O&M) for the Springboro Water and Wastewater Systems. In 1990, Veolia Water began fifteen year $15,000,000 contract renewed in 1999 which includes O&M for water facilities: a 7-MGD anthracite multi-media filtration ground treatment plant, three elevated water towers, five wells and five water booster stations; wastewater facilities: 4-MGD sequencing batch reactor plant, 90-mile collection system, nine wastewater pump stations, collection system rehabilitation, customer service, effluent reuse and land application of biosolids.

West Carrollton, OH
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in North Jackson and West Carrollton.


Oklahoma

Bartlesville, OK
Veolia Water has Operations and Management (O&M) of the Bartlesville Wastewater Treatment Facility since 1986. Veolia Water has an O&M contract for the city's 7-MGD activated sludge plant and 18 pump stations, administration of its industrial pretreatment program, beneficial programs for effluent reuse and land application of biosolids and in 2000 began a new ten-year contract.

Blackwell, OK
In 2002, Veolia Water entered into an operations, maintenance, and management contract for the Blackwell Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems.

Heavener, OK
In 1996, Veolia Water entered into a twenty-year operations and management contract for Heavener Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities (renewed in 2001).

Latimer County, OK
In 2007, Veolia Water entered into a twenty-year operations, maintenance, and management contract with the Latimer County Water District for full services, worth nearly $2,000,000.

Moore, OK
In 1993 Veolia Water began to operate/maintain/ manage (OMM) Moore Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems. In 2001 the city executed a design/ build/operate (DBO) contract with Veolia Water to upgrade the collection system and correct sewage treatment plant deficiencies. Water facilities consist of 37 water wells, five water towers, an underground storage tank, 200-mile distribution system and pump station. Wastewater facilities encompass a 4.5-MGD advanced secondary treatment plant, 200-mile collection system and seven pump/lift stations. The company also responsibility for watershed management, industrial pretreatment program, meter reading, customer service and land application of biosolids. The contract was extended for nine years.

Nicoma Park, OK
In 1998, Veolia Water entered into an operations and management contract with the Nicoma Park Development Authority for the Nicoma Park Collection System.

Oklahoma City, OK
Veolia Water has developed, implemented & manages biosolids land application programs since 1984 for the Oklahoma City Wastewater Treatment Facilities in a contract worth over $46,000,000 and recently renewed in 2008.
Through District Energy (Heating, Cooling and Cogeneration), Veolia Energy's district energy network system provides chilled water, steam, and hot water to its customers, and also cogenerates electricity. Customers include: federal and county government facilities; prestigious office buildings and hotels. Since 1984 Veolia Water has provided operations/maintenance/ management (O&M) services to Oklahoma City. The company has responsibility for an 80-MGD tertiary activated sludge wastewater treatment plant, 6-MGD sequencing batch reactor plant, 5-MGD tertiary activated sludge plant, 75-MGD Witcher Pump Station, capital improvements, industrial pretreatment program, septage receiving, dewatering and land application of 25,000 dry-tons-per year of biosolids and effluent reuse.

Ponca City, OK
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Ponca City.

Red Oak, OK
In 2007, Veolia Water entered into a twenty-year operation, maintenance, and management contract, providing full services to Red Oak.

Tecumseh, OK
In 2007, Veolia Water entered into an operation and maintenance contract with the Tecumseh Utility Authority for wastewater treatment.

Tulsa, OK
Through District Energy (Heating, Cooling and Cogeneration), Veolia Energy's district energy network serves approximately 30 customers in the central business district with centrally-produced steam and chilled water. The district energy system also cogenerates electricity for internal use. Customers include: prestigious office buildings; state and county government facilities; private apartment buildings and arts and culture centers. The contract for Tulsa, Oklahoma is set to end in 2016. Another contract, Williams Centers Towers in Tulsa, Oklahoma is set to end in 2019. In 2006, Veolia began a ten-year, $1.3 million heating and cooling contract for the BOK Center to Trigen-Tulsa Energy Corp., a subsidiary of Thermal North America Holdings LLC, will provide the 18,000 seat, 550,000 SF, multipurpose arena with 2,700 tons per hour of chilled water and 20.2 million Btus per hour of steam and hot water service. In 2009, Veolia Energy with its subsidiary, Trigen-Tulsa Energy Corporation, renewed its agreement with the Williams Center Towers I & II. The Towers are two of Tulsa's prized and most dramatic downtown office buildings. After supplying steam and chilled water to the Williams Tower I for the last 25 years, Veolia Energy extended its current agreement with Tower I for an additional ten years. The Williams Centers Towers also agreed to enter into a supply agreement with Veolia Energy to supply steam and chilled water to Tower II for the next ten years.

Yukon, OK
In 1990 Veolia Water entered into a ten year contract for the operation and management of Yukon Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities. In 2011, this contract was renewed without competition.


Oregon

Canby, OR
In 2006 Veolia Water entered into a ten-year operations and management contract with Canby.

Gresham, OR
In 2005, Veolia Water began a seven-year contract to implement a best-in-class operation for Gresham's wastewater program, with the goal of protecting the community's infrastructure assets while improving the environment. Under a seven-year, $21-million contract, Veolia Water manages all operations and maintenance of the city's 20 million-gallon-per-day wastewater treatment plant, a beneficial use biosolids management program, industrial pretreatment program analyses, cogeneration operation, laboratory services and 9 lift stations. The end date for the contract is 2012.

Portland, OR
Through District Cooling, Veolia Energy serves eight customers in the Brewery Blocks, a five-block shopping and professional district in the city's post-industrial Pearl District neighborhood. Customers include: retail businesses; office buildings; luxury apartments and condos; large datacenter; and performing arts hall

Wilsonville, OR
In 2000, Veolia Water entered into a design, build, and operate (DBO) contract with Wilsonville and Tualatin Valley Water District Water Treatment Facility. In 2007, this 5 year contract was renewed. In 2001, Veolia Water began a contract to operate and maintain (O&M) the new 15-MGD surface water treatment plant which was under construction. Under a separate agreement, Veolia Water provides management consulting services to the city, assisting it in improving a 3-MGD wastewater treatment plant.


Pennsylvania

Brockway, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in McClellandtown, Brockway, Elizabethtown, Kersey, Shippenville, Pittsfield and State College.

Elizabethtown, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in McClellandtown, Brockway, Elizabethtown, Kersey, Shippenville, Pittsfield and State College.

Kersey, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in McClellandtown, Brockway, Elizabethtown, Kersey, Shippenville, Pittsfield and State College. .

McClellandtown, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in McClellandtown, Brockway, Elizabethtown, Kersey, Shippenville, Pittsfield and State College.

Philadelphia, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Philadelphia, Wampum and York. A contract in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is set to end in 2035.In 2008, through its subsidiary, Trigen-Philadelphia Energy Corporation, Veolia Energy began providing heating and cooling services to the Comcast Center in Philadelphia which is the tallest sustainable building in the country and is designed for LEED certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.Since 2005, Trigen-Philadelphia Energy Corporation (Trigen-Philadelphia) has a contract with Thomas Jefferson University and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital to build, own and operate a 7,000 ton chilled water facility that will provide chilled water to a portion of the Jefferson campus in Philadelphia…Trigen-Philadelphia will supply chilled water through an energy service agreement with an initial term of 30 years. Jefferson also has extended the terms of its steam purchase agreement with Trigen-Philadelphia for a 30-year term.
Through District Energy (Heating and Cooling), Veolia Energy's district energy network serves more than 300 customers in the central business district from three steam production facilities and one chilled water facility. Veolia Energy Philadelphia is regulated by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission. Through Cogeneration, Grays Ferry is one of Veolia Energy's three Philadelphia steam production facilities. Customers include: renowned universities; medical schools; healthcare facilities; federal and city government facilities; prestigious office buildings; industrial facilities; approximately 15 hotels; and more than 10 million square feet of high-density residential apartments and condominiums. A contract in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is set to end in 2035.

Pittsburgh International Airport, PN
In 1985, Veolia Water entered into a contract with the Allegheny County Airport Authority for groundwater remediation.

Pittsfield, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in McClellandtown, Brockway, Elizabethtown, Kersey, Shippenville, Pittsfield and State College.

Shippenville, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in McClellandtown, Brockway, Elizabethtown, Kersey, Shippenville, Pittsfield and State College.

State College, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in McClellandtown, Brockway, Elizabethtown, Kersey, Shippenville, Pittsfield and State College.

Wampum, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Philadelphia, Wampum and York.

York, PN
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Philadelphia, Wampum and York.


Puerto Rico

Gurabo, PR
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Gurabo.


Rhode Island

Cranston, RI
Veolia Water entered into a twenty five year design, build, finance, and operate (DBFO) contract worth $400,000,000 in 1989. The contract was expanded in 1997 to implement a 25-year lease transaction for the city's entire wastewater treatment system. This consists of a 20.2-MGD plant, 240-mile collection system, 22 lift stations, two multiple-hearth furnaces as well as a merchant sludge operation, on-call lateral service, new-plant sewer inspections, meter reading and fleet management.

Smithfield, RI
In 1990 Veolia Water entered into a design, build, and operate (DBO) contract for the Smithfield Wastewater Treatment System. Veolia then began to address odor problems at this plant, which is subject to the most stringent discharge requirements in Rhode Island because it discharges into the Wooasquatucket River. Under an operate/maintain/manage (O&M) contract, Veolia Water operates the 3.5-MGD Envirex activated sludge treatment plant, 12 pump stations, 85-mile collection system, industrial pretreatment program and disposal of approximately 520 dry tons of sludge per year. The ten year contract was renewed in 2005.

Woonsocket, RI
Veolia Water entered into a twenty year, $75,000,000 design, build, finance, and operate (DBFD) contract in 1990 with the Woonsocket Wastewater Collection Facilities which was renewed in 2009. This includes the improvement of its 16-MGD tertiary wastewater treatment plant, seven pump stations and two siphons, including project financing and design/build support.


Tennessee

Crossville, TN
In 1992, Veolia Water entered into an operations, management, and maintenance contract providing full wastewater services to the Crossville Wastewater Treatment System. The five year contract was renewed in 2005. Other services include: Collection System Management, Collection System Rehabilitation, Industrial Pretreatment Program, Land Application Program, and Septage Receiving.

Gatlinburg, TN
In 1994 (renewed in 2004), Veolia Water entered into an operations, maintenance, and management contract for wastewater treatment. Other services include septage receiving and sludge disposal. In April 2011, workers died in a sewage plant collapse.

Morristown, TN
In 1983, Veolia Water entered into an operations, maintenance, and management contract with Morristown’s one-year-old wastewater treatment plant. This contract has been extended six times and the scope of work expanded. The company manages the 7.5-MGD activated sludge treatment plant, 26 lift stations, air release valves, industrial pretreatment program, septage receiving, sludge disposal and effluent reuse.

Pigeon Forge, TN
In 1985 (renewed in 2004), Veolia Water entered into an operations, maintenance, and management contract for wastewater treatment. Other services include: Capital Improvements, Collection System Management, Collection System Rehabilitation, Septage Receiving, and Sludge Disposal.


Texas

Angleton, TX
According to Public Citizen (http://www.citizen.org/documents/Vivendi-USFilter.pdf), “Angleton terminated a contract with Veolia for non-performance, and took the company to court, charging it breached its contract by failing to maintain adequate staffing levels, not submitting capital project reports and charging improper expenses to the maintenance and repair tab picked up by the city.”

Baytown, TX
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Baytown and Port Arthur.
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Baytown, Corpus Christi, La Porte, Port Arthur, Rockdale, League City, Freeport, Houston and Pittsburg.

Bonham, TX
In 2009, Veolia Water entered into a ten year Operations and Management (O&M) contract for wastewater treatment worth over $4,000,000.

Burkburnett, TX
In 1992 (recently renewed in 2011), Veolia Water entered into a five year operations, maintenance, and management contract for the Burkburnett Wastewater Treatment Facility. Other services include management of effluent reuse, an Industrial Pretreatment Program, and a Land Application Program.

Corpus Christi, TX
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Baytown, Corpus Christi, La Porte, Port Arthur, Rockdale, League City, Freeport, Houston and Pittsburg.

Dallas, TX
Since 2001, Veolia operates Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Paratransit Service operates with 209 lift-equipped buses. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Paratransit Service is a curb-to-curb public transportation service for people with disabilities who are unable to use DART buses or trains. Paratransit is a shared-ride service that serves Dallas and 13 surrounding cities. DART transports more than 720,000 passengers annually, covering 700 square miles, using 209 lift-equipped buses. Veolia Transportation has managed the paratransit service for DART since 2001.

Freeport, TX
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Baytown, Corpus Christi, La Porte, Port Arthur, Rockdale, League City, Freeport, Houston and Pittsburg.
In 1995, Veolia Water entered into a fifteen year design, build, and operate (DBO) contract (renewed in 2000) for the Freeport Wastewater Treatment System and Water System worth $45,000,000. Other services include: Capital Improvements, Collection System Management, Distribution System Management, Industrial Pretreatment Program, Meter Reading, Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility, Operation and Management of Water Facility, and Sludge Disposal.

Gladeport, TX
In 1996, Veolia Water entered into a ten year operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract to provide full services to the Gladewater Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems and entire Public Works system. The ten year contract was renewed in 2010. Services include: Collection System Management, Customer Service, Distribution System Management, Fleet Management, Industrial, Pretreatment Program, Meter Reading, Meter Replacement, Operation and Management of Wastewater Facility, Operation and Management of Water Facility, Public Works, and Sludge Disposal.

Houston, TX
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Baytown, Corpus Christi, La Porte, Port Arthur, Rockdale, League City, Freeport, Houston and Pittsburg.
Through Facility Operations and Management, Veolia Energy operates The Galleria Shopping Center’s existing central chiller plants and maintains all mall common areas, with 16 staff on site, and provides chilling for The Galleria's public ice rink. The scope of services includes: O&M for chilled water and heating equipment; Building automation systems; Ice rink equipment; Domestic water systems; HVAC, plumbing and general building maintenance; Life safety systems; Electrical distribution systems and switch gear; Garage lighting and Sub-metering.

Kenedy, TX
In 2003, Veolia Water began its Operations, Maintenance, and Management (OMM) contract for Kenedy Water and Wastewater Treatment Facilities. Water facilities consist of a 3.12-MGD reverse-osmosis treatment plant, 46.5-mile distribution system, three wells, two pump stations and 10 water storage tanks. Wastewater facilities encompass a 0.875-MGD activated sludge treatment plant, 33.9-mile collection system and two lift stations. Veolia Water also manages meter reading and the land application program.

La Porte, TX
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Baytown, Corpus Christi, La Porte, Port Arthur, Rockdale, League City, Freeport, Houston and Pittsburg.

League City, TX
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Baytown, Corpus Christi, La Porte, Port Arthur, Rockdale, League City, Freeport, Houston and Pittsburg.

Pittsburg, TX
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Baytown, Corpus Christi, La Porte, Port Arthur, Rockdale, League City, Freeport, Houston and Pittsburg.

Port Arthur, TX
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Baytown and Port Arthur.
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Baytown, Corpus Christi, La Porte, Port Arthur, Rockdale, League City, Freeport, Houston and Pittsburg.

Rockdale, TX
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Baytown, Corpus Christi, La Porte, Port Arthur, Rockdale, League City, Freeport, Houston and Pittsburg.


Utah

North Salt Lake, UT
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in North Salt Lake.


Vermont

Village at Smuggler’s Notch/Jeffersonville, Vermont
Veolia Water has an Operations, Maintenance, and Management (OMM) contract for the Smuggler's Notch Water and Wastewater Systems in this resort location since 1985. The facilities include a 0.15 MGG surface ground water treatment plant, five water wells, 15-mile distribution system and two pressure booster stations, and its wastewater facilities: 0.168-MGD secondary lagoon treatment plant, 7-mile collection system, five lift stations and effluent sprayfields.


Virgin Islands

U.S. Virgin Islands, VI
In 2004, Veolia Water entered into a contract with St. Croix and St. Thomas to design, build, and operate the U.S Virgin Islands Wastewater Treatment Facilities--- two new 4-million-gallon-per-day wastewater treatment facilities in the Virgin Islands. One facility, the Anguilla wastewater treatment plant, is located on St. Croix. The second facility, the St. Thomas Red Point wastewater treatment plant, is located on St. Thomas, and the project includes the decommissioning of existing lagoons on that site.


Virginia

Clintwood, VA>
Since 1989, Veolia Water has provided operations and management services for the Clintwood Wastewater Treatment Facility.

Coeburn, VA
In 2009, Veolia Water entered into a five year Operations and Management (O&M) contract for wastewater treatment worth over $6,000,000.

Dickinson County, VA
In 1999, Veolia Water entered into an operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract for the Dickenson County Wastewater Treatment Facility in Haysi.

Fort Monroe, VA
In 2011, Veolia water entered into a ten year operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract with the Fort Monroe Authority to provide full services for the Fort Monroe Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection and Stormwater Management and Roadway Facilities.

Fredericksburg, VA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Fredericksburg and Richmond.

Pound, VA
In 2002, Veolia Water entered into an operations and management (O&M) contract for the Pound Wastewater Treatment Facility.

Prince George, VA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Prince George.

Richmond, VA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Fredericksburg and Richmond.


Washington

Cle Elum, WA
Veolia Water has a twenty year Design, Build, Operates (DBO) contract with the Suncadia Resort Development Wastewater Treatment Plant since 2005.

Kent, WA
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Kent and Vancouver.

Port Angeles, WA
Veolia Water entered into a five year federal contract in 2009 worth $5,000,000 for the operation, maintenance, and management (OMM) of the Wastewater Treatment Plant on Elwha River that is part of the National Park Service.

Seattle, WA
King County Metro operates about 1,300 vehicles, including standard and articulated coaches, electric trolleys, hybrid-electric diesel buses, and streetcars and the paratransit service for King County Accessible Services division. Veolia conducts monthly meetings at locations where their riders live, such as senior centers. King County Metro in Seattle, Washington operates one of the most expansive urban and suburban transit networks in the US. Metro Transit is the name more than 1.7 million area residents use to refer to the public transit agency serving King County. Metro operates a fleet of about 1,300 vehicles, serve an annual ridership of 100 million within a 2,134 square mile area. Veolia Transportation operates the paratransit service for King County Accessible Services division. We operate 128 wheelchair accessible cutaway vans, have over 250 employees, and transport about 500,000 passengers per year.

Vancouver, WA
In 1978, Veolia Water entered into an operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract to provide full services to the Vancouver Wastewater Treatment Facilities - Marine Park and Westside Water Reclamation Facilities and the Industrial Wastewater Pretreatment Lagoon. This contract was recently renewed in 2010 and the scope of services have been expanded as new facilities been upgraded to comprise a 22.4-MGD activated sludge treatment plant, 16-MGD activated sludge plant, 58 dry-tons-per-day fluidized bed incinerator, 5-mile industrial wastewater collection system and eight pump/lift stations; and capital improvements, industrial pretreatment program, septage receiving, biosolids disposal and effluent reuse.


West Virginia

Matewan, WV
In 2001, Veolia Water entered into an operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract for the Matewan Water and Wastewater Treatment Facility and Red Jacket Water and Sewer System.

Mingo County, WV
In 2004, Veolia Water entered into an operations and management contract (O&M) with the Mingo County School Board for 7 package Wastewater Treatment Plants serving public schools in Williamson.

Nitro, WV
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Nitro.

Poca, WV
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Poca.

Williamson, WV
Veolia Water has an operations and management (O&M) contract with Williamson since 1999 for the Williamson Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems and their full public works: 4.2-MGD surface water treatment plant, five pump stations, two booster stations, 75-mile distribution system and seven water storage tanks; wastewater facilities: 1.038-MGD activated sludge treatment plant, 13 lift stations and 23-mile collection system; public works, fleet maintenance, solid waste collection, water meter reading and replacement and land application of biosolids.


Wisconsin

Baraboo, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Black River Falls, WI
In 1995, Veolia Water entered into an operations and management (O&M) contract with the Wazee Area Wastewater Commission providing wastewater treatment for the Ho-Chunk Nation worth $1,000,000.

Chilton, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

De Pere, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Eau Claire, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Fort Atkinson, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Germantown, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Neenah, Germantown and Sheboygan.

Greenville, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Menomonee Falls, Port Washington and Greenville, Wisconsin.

Hartland, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Hilbert, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Horicon, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Kenosha, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Marshfield, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Menomonee Falls, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Menomonee Falls, Port Washington and Greenville, Wisconsin.

Milwaukee, WI
In 2008, Veolia Water entered into a ten year operations, maintenance, and management (OMM) contract worth $391,000,000 providing wastewater treatment for Onyx-Superior Services Inc. The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District chose Veolia Water to facilitate new asset management practices and serve as a technical and operational provider; and to ensure its environmental compliance record while seeking potential cost savings. Veolia Water's proposal included technical innovations, community involvement and activities to bolster Small/Women/Minority Business Enterprise (SWMBE) activity; included an asset management program based on the EPA's Asset Management Process; and collaborative process control and work plans aimed at controlling potential wet-weather overflows. It is the largest wastewater partnership in the US serving 1.1 million in 28 municipalities.
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids. One contract in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is set to end between 2025 and 2030. In 2008, Veolia Environmental Services and Energy Systems Group (ESG) began to develop a landfill gas-to-energy project in southwestern Indiana. The 3.2 Megawatt project is a partnership between Veolia ES Blackfoot Landfill in Winslow, Indiana, and ESG Biofuels (Blackfoot), LLC to capture landfill gas to generate electricity…‘This project offers ESG an excellent opportunity to utilize a renewable energy resource in a beneficial application. We expect to generate electricity from the site for the next 20 to 25 years,’ said Dennis Bollinger, ESG Director of Clean Fuel Projects.” In 2010, Veolia ES Solid Waste began a contract with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) to develop an alternative energy project that is estimated to save MMSD customers tens of millions of dollars over 20 years, which includes the construction of a low-pressure, “green” pipeline to transport landfill gas from Veolia’s Emerald Park Landfill in Muskego to downtown Milwaukee, where it will fuel three new turbines at the MMSD’s Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility. he Veolia ES Emerald Park Landfill currently produces enough landfill gas to meet approx. 50% of MMSD’s current fuel needs at Jones Island. The landfill will be able to supply all MMSD fuel needs by 2025, meeting the majority of the district’s fuel needs – with renewable energy – during the 20-year agreement.

Minocqua, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Muskego, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Neenah, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Neenah, Germantown and Sheboygan.

Omro, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Plover, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Port Washington, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on technical solutions in Menomonee Falls, Port Washington and Greenville, Wisconsin.

Roberts, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Schofield, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Sheboygan, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on industrial services in Neenah, Germantown and Sheboygan.
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Sturgeon Bay, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.

Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Veolia Environmental Services focus on solid waste in Baraboo, Chilton, De Pere, Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Hartland, Hilbert, Horicon, Kenosha, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Minocqua, Muskego, Omro, Plover, Roberts, Schofield, Sheboygan, Sturgeon Bay and Wisconsin Rapids.