Posts tagged with ‘Estelle Brachlianoff’

  • Veolia celebrates its apprentices’ success at House of Commons awards ceremony

    By Debbie Eales on September 14, 2017
    Resource management company, Veolia, has recognised the vital role apprenticeships play in its business by hosting its third consecutive National Apprentice of the Year Awards ceremony at the House of Commons. With some 300 apprentices across the business, the company has again demonstrated its commitment to its apprentices, as it believes they play a vital role in closing the national […]
  • Veolia acquires Cynergin to boost energy growth

    By Debbie Eales on January 16, 2017
    As part of its strategy for growth and customer development, Veolia has acquired Cynergin, the energy services company and Energy Performance Contract (EPC) specialist. Cynergin has had notable success in a number of high profile Hospital Trust and public building energy projects, such as the Yeovil and Warrington & Halton Hospital Trusts and Somerset House and has a strong business […]
  • Veolia appointed operator of new Biomass CHP in Nottingham

    By Debbie Eales on December 7, 2015
    Veolia has further strengthened its position in generating energy from biomass by securing a £50 million contract from Equitix ESI CHP, to operate the Sherwood Biomass Plant in Nottingham. The 20-year contract highlights the growing UK commitment to this type of energy project, and adds to the £500 million of biomass energy managed by Veolia in the UK and Ireland.  […]
  • Veolia is a finalist for BITC’s coveted Responsible Business of the Year

    By Debbie Eales on June 3, 2015
    Veolia has been confirmed as a finalist in the prestigious Responsible Business of the Year Award, run by Business in the Community, the Prince’s Responsible Business Network. The company has been shortlisted following the implementation of its successful ‘Resourcing the World’ strategy that has turned environmental services on its head. Veolia has driven corporate responsibility and sustainability performance by moving […]