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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D |
    Caring for Health and Living Environment Developing Alternative Energy Sources Innovating at the Heart of Major Planet Issues Planet issues now transcend economic priorities that dominated the world until the beginning of this millennium Providing quality water for all saving and recycling raw materials developing alternative sources of energy optimizing public transport these imperatives require inventiveness commitment anticipation responsibility and mobilization The role of Veolia Environnement research teams is to put forward in specific areas concrete and innovative answers to major issues pinpointed by the Group To top Managing and Preserving Natural Resources The air we breathe life sustaining water fossil fuel that we rely on to build create progress are limited Our research programs aim to address increasing water needs via desalination for instance improve end of product life sorting and recycling re use beneficially the raw material content of waste or cap energy consumption Illustration Closing the Wastewater Loop Climate change and urban sprawl require a new approach to water resources This is where re using wastewater becomes an attractive idea purifying industrial and domestic effluent in order to recharge groundwater The aim is to supply water to a guaranteed standard for farming gardening domestic use and eventually even drinking This form of sustainable development is already well underway in countries such as Israel Australia and Spain To top Controlling Impact on Natural Environments Fighting pollution is one of the major aims of the research we undertake In order to preserve biodiversity and protect human health we re applying now tomorrow s solutions for reducing pollutants and otherwise hazardous products in the atmosphere water and ground Controlling greenhouse gas emissions is of course one of the priorities of the Veolia Environnement Group To top Caring for Health and Living Environment Current research focuses on the two areas of

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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D | Our approach
    resources Drinking water Wastewater Industrial discharge Drinking water networks Seawater desalination Water filtration membranes Lifecycle analysis CO2 capture storage and recovery Prevent legionella risks Health Research centers Anjou Recherche KompetenzZentrum Wasser Media Events Multimedia Home Research and Development Our approach Our Approach Open to Thought Green Thoughts Research A Deliberate Strategy Research is a priority at Veolia Environnement Our mission is to take up the environmental industrial challenge by devising

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  • a Philosophy R D programs Managing resources Drinking water Wastewater Industrial discharge Drinking water networks Seawater desalination Water filtration membranes Lifecycle analysis CO2 capture storage and recovery Prevent legionella risks Health Research centers Anjou Recherche KompetenzZentrum Wasser Media Events Multimedia Home Research and Development Our approach Outside Network Strength from Outside Network Input Cross skill fertilization coupled with confidence in an open outlook Our approach to R D is based on the concept of encouraging cross skill fertilization coupled with confidence in an open outlook i e bringing together fundamental issues and expertise consulting upstream with the Veolia Institute taking into account specific on site requirements sharing and working with the international scientific community When know how meets is where our philosophy lies ongoing networking that is the strength of Veolia Environnement During the course of 2007 we initiated over 200 projects in partnership with industrial and academic entities The international Aquisafe project The international Aquisafe project for instance is a typical illustration of our partnership working methods In order to understand more fully surface water contamination Veolia Environment set up a combined French American and German project in which KWB Veolia Environment s water research centre in Berlin teamed

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  • Veolia Water Russia | Resources and Tools
    a budget on the steady increase to the tune of 45 over the last 5 years recognized researchers and specialists strong organization and prestigious partners Veolia Environnement R D is an operational tool capable of meeting the most ambitious requirements such as applied environmental science Our research teams use highly sophisticated tools and methods including modelling digital simulation logistics and operational research Test facilities range from pilot plants to on site pre production units all projects being systematically subject to operator approval in situ In addition Veolia research is backed by the CAE Centre d analyses environnementales one of Europe s foremost laboratory networks Pilot Plants A Critical Stage Water pollution control energy drinking water supply environmental services transport Individual sectors need pilot schemes to put techniques developed by our researchers to the test on site Pilot plants are the first opportunity to apply laboratory results and a necessary step before commissioning a pre production unit We currently operate some 100 around the world both in our research centres and on site The Strategy of Analytical Research Analysis is essential in our business since it ensures the integrity of our services from a technical environmental and health standpoint Our aim

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  • approach Outside Network Resources and Tools Results a Philosophy R D programs Managing resources Drinking water Wastewater Industrial discharge Drinking water networks Seawater desalination Water filtration membranes Lifecycle analysis CO2 capture storage and recovery Prevent legionella risks Health Research centers Anjou Recherche KompetenzZentrum Wasser Media Events Multimedia Home Research and Development Our approach Results a Philosophy Results A Philosophy Technologies stemming from R D are systematically put to the test

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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D | Programs
    networks Seawater desalination Water filtration membranes Lifecycle analysis CO2 capture storage and recovery Prevent legionella risks Health Research centers Anjou Recherche KompetenzZentrum Wasser Media Events Multimedia Home Research and Development R D programs Water R D programs Major R D Programs dedicated directly to water Preserving resources producing drinking water treating wastewater Seawater desalination Manage water resources Asset management of drinking water networks Wastewater treatment of the future Industrial discharge

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  • Veolia Water | R&D | Programs | Manage water resources
    Anjou Recherche KompetenzZentrum Wasser Media Events Multimedia Home Research and Development R D programs Managing resources Manage water resources Protect the natural environment preserve public health and optimize treatment costs Managing water resources The protection of water resources is necessary from a quality quantity and economic point of view In addition to the attention given to industrial wastewater management preserving aquatic ecosystems and preventing health risks require proper control of wastewater and stormwater collection processes as they can constitute a significant source of pollution in the case of heavy rain This also involves improved analysis of chemical and microbiological pollutants and their impact on drinking water production and on the environment downstream of wastewater treatment plants The depletion of available resources resulting from demographic pressure global warming and anthropogenic pollution also requires the development of reliable healthy and economical solutions to reuse wastewater and stormwater Finally the better the quality of the water resource the lower the treatment cost to make it drinkable Veolia Environnement along with its Resource Management and Environmental Modeling team GeRME mobilizes an international network of experts France Germany Australia USA for its research programs on the management of water resources As our research relates to varied geographical sites it responds to multiple local issues and contexts and can be transposed to many regions of the world In Short The R D programs we are involved in aim at improving our knowledge of aquatic systems providing water operators with the tools to help them control health and environment related risks developing the use of alternative water resources offering differentiated services to the Group s clients In 2007 our work related in particular to developing for the operators of drinking water production plants a two dimensional tool modeling pollutant propagation in river water in order to deal

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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D| Programs | Drinking water
    Research and Development R D programs Drinking water Highly efficient drinking water production processes Lower the organic material content in the water reduce chlorination control emerging health risks Drinking water production processes The quality of drinking water is assessed not only in terms of health but also in terms of taste Its taste quality corresponds with high expectations from consumers and local authorities French users have made it the number one water service assessment criterion ahead of price One of the solutions for improving the taste of water is to reduce the amount of environmental organic materials which are difficult to eliminate with traditional treatment processes due to their high solubility The more organic materials there are in water the higher the microbiological risk and the more necessary the chlorination treatment becomes organic materials and chlorine jointly deteriorating the taste of water The more stable the bacteriological quality of water in supply systems the easier it is to reduce chlorination and therefore its unwanted effects not only in terms of taste but also with regard to disinfection by products The other challenge inherent in water treatment is to control emerging health risks Veolia Environnement s research is therefore striving to develop highly efficient drinking water production processes Within the context of the French national Conference on the Environment the search for technological efficiency is accompanied by energy and environmental footprint assessment in order to select the most viable processes A testing hall dedicated to research on highly efficient drinking water treatment processes In September 2007 Veolia Environnement inaugurated a 1 000 m 2 testing hall near the Annet sur Marne drinking water plant Dedicated to research on highly efficient drinking water treatment processes it combines twenty pilots used for several research projects The work carried out on the test platform

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