Thales and Veolia team up to create recycled plastic SIM card

The Eco-SIM cards have a neutral carbon footprint as the CO2 emissions from the manufacturing process and electronic components that cannot be recycled are fully offset by Thales’ carbon offset programme

Renault, Veolia and Solvay partner to recycle EV battery metals

The circular economy approach will ensure metals can be reused as much as possible and drastically lower the environmental impact of production

Veolia and Carbon Clean to trial carbon capture at energy recovery facilities

The technology will extract and purify CO2 from combustion flue gas emissions into a valuable commodity that can form part of a new circular carbon economy

Veolia increases plastic recycling by 8,000 tonnes per year

The resource management company aims to promote the UK to a circular plastic economy with increased recycling

Veolia steps up wood waste recycling by 50,000 tonnes

The new Runcorn Wood Recycling Facility will allow around 80% of waste wood to be recycled into particle-board for use in a number of applications

Veolia to power ‘UK’s largest’ single-site life science campus

The CHP and thermal project is forecast to save around 8,400 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year

Veolia reports ‘significant’ carbon reductions using energy recovery facilities for clinical waste

The waste treatment company has trialled a technology, which led to more than 60% reduction in carbon emissions compared to other commonly used treatments

NHS Trust ‘to cut annual emissions by 7,712 tonnes across three key hospitals’

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust, which serves a population of around 736,700 people, has signed a deal with Veolia to implement a series of green upgrades across its estate

Leeds residents ‘receiving low carbon heat from black bin waste’

The new facility will supply heat for 1,983 council houses and provide enough electricity for 22,000 homes

Polecat Springs GWS installs solar panels to directly power its water treatment plant

Located in County Roscommon, Ireland, the organisation expects the site will be able to reduce energy costs by 70% and cut carbon emissions