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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D | Programs | Wastewater
    treatment plants 1 wastewater treatment is one of the major worldwide challenges to avoid the deterioration of the ecological balance and meet human needs in terms of fresh water Directly discharged into rivers and the sea wastewater can exceed the natural treatment capacity of the aquatic milieus and trigger eutrophication phenomena It is also a major source of microbial contamination 40 of the world s population is currently deprived of any treatment system for its wastewater and 1 billion people have no access to drinking water The number one killer in the world i e the lack of drinking water is an obstacle to development 1 La pollution des océans Oceans pollution Christian Buchet Combien de catastrophes avant d agir How many disasters before we act Nicolas Hulot Points Seuil publisher 2003 Treatment and reuse of wastewater It is all the more urgent to find solutions for the treatment and reuse of wastewater accessible to most people in light of the fact that the urban population of Southern hemisphere countries will double by 2030 to reach 4 billion increasing wastewater discharge and drinking water requirements by just as much The prevention of environmental and health risks also requires the improvement of treatment processes in order to isolate and confine toxic substances and emerging pollutants To make wastewater treatment activities part of the sustainable development approach a massive reduction in the consumption of energy and chemicals of these activities is essential combined with the recycling of the high value elements contained in urban wastewater water carbon nitrogen phosphorus etc once separated from harmful elements In short Our R D work aims at optimizing the efficiency and cost of biological treatment processes and developing integrated wastewater management solutions preserving the natural milieus and fresh water resources designing tomorrow s wastewater treatment system

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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D | Programs | Drinking water networks
    Wasser Media Events Multimedia Home Research and Development R D programs Drinking water networks Asset management of drinking water networks Develop network characterization and decision making aid tools for pipe renewal or renovation evaluate maintenance techniques Management of drinking water networks Management of drinking water networks The correct management of drinking water networks is a response to health environmental and social requirements Crucial for local authorities it represents a technical challenge for the operators Guaranteeing water quality ensuring supply continuity reducing water loss preserving the urban environment while reducing costs this is what is required of the operators in order to improve the quality of the service provided to the users The ageing and technical complexity of the networks material diversity underground pipes impossible to access etc require the development of tools designed to improve knowledge of the pipes assess their residual lifespan and define the best possible renovation or renewal solutions Maintenance techniques must also be assessed to select those most efficient The work carried out by the research team aims at improving our knowledge of the behavior of drinking water networks within their environment soil and water Our research focuses on 3 aspects laboratory analysis methods to characterize

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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D | Programs | Health
    and the people residing near our facilities According to the Environment Charter which has constitutional significance everyone is entitled to live in a balanced and healthy environment In France this principle constitutes one of the foundations of the National Health and Environment Plan PNSE which within a European scope aims at preventing health risks due to environmental pollution Recently during the French National Conference on the Environment the position of the Establish a healthy environment working group was at the heart of the debate A sustainable development issue health is integrated into Veolia Environnement s businesses its four divisions Water Environmental Services Energy and Transport have all committed to tackling the challenge of reconciling human activity and health and environmental protection The Company is increasingly investing in eco friendly technologies and carries out research in order to assess the impact of its businesses on people s health In short Our research and development aims at preventing health risks for our employees the users of our services and people living in the vicinity of our facilities Our health assessment work is based on medical technical and biostatic expertise epidemiologic studies exposure studies and health risk measurement studies the identification of emerging

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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D | Research centers
    Customer services Services for industrial clients Solutions Technologies Research and Development Our vision Our issues Our 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 Research centers Our

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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D | Anjou Recherche
    and plants The most widely respected water research centre in France Anjou Recherche has been recognized by the European Commission as a Centre of Excellence Marie Curie in the following areas membranes disinfection biological treatments hydraulic modeling Anjou Recherche s achievements Since the setting up of Anjou Recherche the main achievements are as follows treatment methods including leading products such as ACTIFLO TM FLOTTAZONE TM AQUILAIR TM ATHOS TM ALIZAIR TM BIOSEP TM BIOSTYR TM CATAZONE TM BIOTHELIS TM SAPHYR TM OPALINE TM operating software and tools such as ACTIPOL TM LERNE TM CRYPTOGIA TM SIMOZONE TM ICARE TM measurement instruments such as AUTOMICROTOX TM RESPIREAUX TM SILTIMETRE TM SUPEROXYDOSE TM analysis methods for organic and metallic micro pollutants bacteria viruses and parasites Productive co operation Almost half the research teams of Veolia Water are based in France at Anjou Recherche It has affiliated research units based in the USA Canada and Germany In France Veolia Water works with major French institutions such as Pasteur Institute Commissariat à l Agence Atomique CEA Atomic Agency Commission Institut pour la Research Agronomique INRA National Institute for Agricultural Research ANVAR French Agency for Innovation Agence de Development and de Maîtrise de l Energie ADEME Environment and Energy Management Agency In France the 6 Water Agencies which supervise the major drainage basins Centre National de la Research Scientifique CNRS National Centre for Scientific Research Throughout the world Veolia Water works in partnership with more than a hundred different organizations such as ministries universities and institutions including Technical University Berlin University of New South Wales Australia American Water Works Association Research Foundation Global Water Research Coalition European Commission Environmental Protection Agency USA Environmental Agency Great Britain Exemplary co operation in Australia A method of storing treating and reusing wastewater has been developed in Australia As

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  • Veolia Water Russia | R&D | KompetenzZentrum Wasser
    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 Research centers KompetenzZentrum Wasser The Berlin Center of Competence for Water The Berlin Center of Competence for Water KompetenzZentrum Wasser Berlin KWB is an international centre dedicated to water research and the sharing of expertise An international center working with Berlin s universities A public private partnership An international center working with Berlin s universities KWB co ordinates the resources from Berlin s universities and research institutes as well as those from Group Berlinwasser and Veolia Water This combined approach allows affiliates and partners to carry out projects in partnership with the best national and international technological centers A public private partnership KWB is a company set up in December 2001 as a limited public utility company gGmbH as a result of a public private partnership The partners of KWB are Technologiestiftung Innovationszentrum Berlin TSB Berliner Wasserbetriebe Berlinwasser Holding S A as well as Veolia Water Deutschland Since January 2003 the partners of KWB have been financing a research department with

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  • Veolia Water Russia | Medias
    com About us History Values Locations Case studies Veolia Water worldwide Veolia Environnement Activities Services for municipal clients Customer services Services for industrial clients Solutions Technologies Research and Development Our vision Our issues Our 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

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  • Veolia Water Russia | Events
    Case studies Veolia Water worldwide Veolia Environnement Activities Services for municipal clients Customer services Services for industrial clients Solutions Technologies Research and Development Our vision Our issues Our 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

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