In India, the Group has been consistently delivering smart and sustainable solutions by working closely with the municipalities and helping them ensure the citizens of India get access to safe drinking water and sanitation. 

Helping you implement appropriate solutions for drinking water production

As the established market leader and pioneer in water treatment process and technology in India for the past three decades, SUEZ has taken a leading role in shaping and transforming the industry by transferring international expertise to the country.
Wastewater Treatment and Reuse

Reducing the impact of wastewater on the environment and health

Strong economic growth with rapid urbanization of cities has resulted in exponential rise in urban water demand and wastewater generation. The per capita wastewater generated by the class-I cities and class-II towns, that represents more than 70% of urban population in India, has been estimated to be around 98 lpcd, while for metro cities like Mumbai and Delhi, the rate is at a staggering 220 lpcd. An alarming 70% of these wastewater flows untreated into the river and sea.
Water Distribution & Network Improvement

Helping you manage your drinking water network on a daily basis

SUEZ has the expertise and technologies required for managing and optimizing distribution networks, infrastructure condition diagnosis and assessment and change over to smart networks.

Operation & Maintenance

The essence of proper Operation & Maintenance is to extend the lifecycle of the client’s assets with minimal cost attached to the activity and deliver the guaranteed results consistently and continuously.

Recycling and Waste Management

One of our focus areas for SUEZ in India is to bring the Group’s expertise in waste recycling and recovery to India.
Sludge and By-Products Management

Define and choose the optimal treatment solution for sludge reduction and recovery

Urban or industrial wastewater treatement produces sludge. This sludge is then treated with a view to being recovered or destroyed. A number of treatment phases, from thickening to drying, allow the sludge to be recovered, for example as agricultural fertiliser or fuel for incineration plants.