Tackling the challenges of 21st century in India
*Sources - As per figures mentioned in reports published by Lok Sabha, UN, CPCB, Centre for Water Resources Development and Management etc.
Based on our Group’s collective global experience and local know-how, SUEZ is positioned to offer solutions in India that could be tailor-made to customers’ issues, enabling them to achieve the environmental objectives and supporting the economic growth of the region.
From the contemporary to the state-of-the-art, including Ultrafilter/RO membrane-based systems, we offer local authorities with solutions for their water and wastewater treatment infrastructure.
As an experienced operator, SUEZ has the expertise that integrates competencies and technologies required for managing and optimizing distribution networks, leakage management, smart network systems, and infrastructure condition diagnosis and assessment. It also includes ensuring water quality in distribution systems.
In 2017, SUEZ launched Water Technologies and Solutions (WTS), a new business unit dedicated to industrial water. With this, we are ready to support our customers with integrated offerings powered by state-of-the-art digital and smart capabilities that could drive process optimization, expert R&D teams, and strong go-to-market capabilities, to bring new solutions to our customers faster. We understand water will play a key role in economic and industrial growth in our country and with increasing innovation capabilities, we remain committed to continuing to support sustainable industrial growth in India.
India has a pressing problem of rising Municipal Solid Waste(MSW), with official figures suggesting 135,198 TPD of waste been generated by the Indian urban population annually. Indian megacities presently generate only 1/4th of per capita MSW as compared to developed countries. This is set to rise by 250% in the next 15 years. Out of this total waste generated currently, only 19% is treated, and 35% is dumped at landfills.