Suez SA (SEVI)

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Suez SA Company Profile

Sector
Utilities
Employees
81689
Equity Type
ORD
As of October 31, 2022, Vigie SA was acquired by Veolia Environnement SA. Vigie SA, through its subsidiaries, operates water cycle management, and waste recycling and recovery businesses. The company offers studies and engineering, drinking water production and distribution, and sewerage and stormwater network management, wastewater treatment and reuse, sludge and by-products management, water resources preservation, and digital solutions. It also provides studies and engineering; collection and logistic; sorting and processing; real estate and urban cleansing; recycle, recover, and sell new resources; hazardous waste management; waste treatment and disposal. In addition, the company provides ON'connect, which provides solutions for smart cities. It serves customers in France and internationally. Vigie SA was formerly known as Suez S.A. and changed its name to Vigie SA in July 2022. The company was founded in 1869 and is based in Paris, France.
Contact Information
Address
Cedex Paris,92040 France
Phone
33 1 58 81 20 00
Fax
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Web
https://

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