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Veolia and Suez reach agreement in

principle on the general terms of a merger

(F) – Environmental service giants Suez and Veolia reached an agreement in principle on 11 April, ending an increasingly rancorous, months-long battle for control of Suez. "The time for confrontation is over, the time for combination... more

Remondis, Schwarz Group

and Paprec bid for Cespa

(ES) – The construction group Ferrovial has received three preliminary offers for its environmental and waste management activities in Spain and Portugal. The three interested parties are Germany’s Remondis and the Schwarz Group via... more

Suez wins new municipal

waste contracts in France

(F) – Suez has won three new waste collection and sorting contracts in its home market of France.
The total value of the contracts is €135m, the Paris-based environmental services group announced on 23 March.

Syctom,... more

EU grants conditional approval for Prezero

acquisition of Suez waste activities

(EU) – The European Commission announced last week that it had approved the sale of the majority of Suez’s waste management activities in Germany, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Poland to Prezero. The approval was conditional on... more

Uskmouth power plant project:

Welsh government to decide

(UK) – The planning application made in connection with Simec Atlantis Energy’s (SAE) conversion of the Uskmouth power plant from coal to waste-based alternative fuels has been "called in" by the Welsh government. A... more

Increases in waste volumes, energy sales

and revenues for EEW for full year 2020

(D) – Most key performance indicators improved in 2020 for EEW, Germany’s largest operator of waste to energy (wte) plants. The Helmstedt-based company incinerated more waste, generated more energy and increased its revenues,... more

AVR posts "satisfactory" earnings in pandemic year

(NL) – The Dutch waste to energy plant operator AVR increased its revenue by nearly 3 per cent in 2020 to €253m. This was made possible by growth in both its waste and energy volumes, according to the company's annual report... more

HZI named preferred bidder

for Scottish EfW project

(UK) – The developers of a 240,000 tonne per year energy from waste project in Scotland have named Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) as the preferred bidder for the construction contract. It is planned that HZI would also provide operations and... more

Company news: Wersa AG plans pyrolysis facility in Wales

The Swiss pyrolyis technology company Wersa AG is seeking to build an energy from waste (EfW) facility in Wales. Wersa wants to install three pyrolysis units for the treatment of non-hazardous commercial & industrial waste.... more

EU report: Illicit waste operators generated

sales of up to €15bn in Europe in 2019

(EU) – If illicit waste operators worked were running their businesses in compliance with the law, they would be one of Europe’s biggest waste management companies. A recent report on organised crime from the European Commission... more

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