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Veolia Water Strategy: Breaking Down Global Market Positions

12 March 2019
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Veolia is the largest water company by revenues, globally. The Paris-based company has a long track record in providing water, wastewater, and stormwater solutions, including municipal service concessions, operations and maintenance contracts, and industrial water management services.

This Company Insight, which draws from Bluefield’s  Municipal and Industrial Water Insight Services and Veolia’s financial reports, analyzes:

  • Veolia’s Revenues & Structure
  • Projected Growth Markets for Industrial
  • Competitive Positioning and M&A Activity
  • Peer Comparison and Perceived Competition
  • Water Project Activity

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