With 90,000 people on the five continents, SUEZ is a world leader in smart and sustainable resource management. We provide water and waste management solutions that enable cities and industries to optimize their resource management and strengthen their environmental and economic performances, in line with regulatory standards. To meet increasing demands to overcome resource quality and scarcity challenges, SUEZ is fully engaged in the resource revolution. With the full potential of digital technologies and innovative solutions, the Group recovers 17 million tons of waste a year, produces 3.9 million tons of secondary raw materials and 7 TWh of local renewable energy. It also secures water resources, delivering wastewater treatment services to 58 million people and reusing 882 million m3 of wastewater.
Our Primary Services
- We offer reliable decentralized systems for safe water and sanitation access with different capacities.
- UCD-LML: Water treatment process Coagulation/Flocculation/Settling/Filtration & Disinfection – from 1,5 L/s (5m3/h) up to 270 L/s (960m3/h) having a capacity to treat charged waters up to 500 NTU.
- UCD-DAF: Water treatment process Coagulation/Flocculation/Flotation/Filtration & Disinfection – from 7 L/s (25m3/h) up to 83 L/s (300m3/h) having a capacity to treat low-density particle pollutants (waters with a high content of organic matter, algae and cyanobacteria).
- After Sales Service: we supply all equipment installed on SUEZ water treatment plants and offer the following services: Technical Assistance, Training, Rehabilitation, Audit, and Maintenance.
Industries We Serve
- Energy / Power
- Food / Beverage
- General Construction
- Hotel / Tourism
- Industry / Manufacturing
- Oil & Gas
Project Name: Dennery North Project
Client: WASCO – Water & Sewerage Company Inc.
Location: Saint Lucia
Project Scope: For decades the Dennery North residents had to face serious water challenges in terms of supply, access, and water quality. The objective of the project was to ensure a sustainable solution to that water access situation by increasing the supply and improving the quality of the water being delivered. The project’s treatment plant is a modular UCD compact plant built in 2 phases, a first one finished in January 2018 with a capacity of 28 L/s (100m3/h) and a second one with a capacity of 50 L/s (180m3/h) to be finished throughout 2019, for a total of 78 L/s (280m3/h). The project benefits around 10,000 people from the community. Specialized sub-contractor water treatment plant – SUEZ-UCD EPC / Delivery time : 9 months.
Project Name: Saint-Laurent du Maroni Treatment Plant Upgrade
Client: SGDE – Société Guyanaise des Eaux
Location: French Guyana
Project Scope: This upgrade of 55 L/s (200m3/h – 4000m3/d) doubled the plant’s capacity to 110 L/s (400m3/h – 8000m3/d) to face with population growth, quick urbanization and water quantity and quality needs. EPC contract delivery time:15 months.
Project Name: Ivory Coast Water National Development Plan (Multi-site Decentralized Systems)
Client: ONEP – Office National de l’Eau Potable
Location: Ivory Coast, Africa
Project Scope: SUEZ and the Ivory Coast’s Ministry of Economic Infrastructure have signed a contract to supply and install 40 Degremont® Compact Unit (UCD®). These compact modular drinking water production units will be gradually installed at all of the selected priority sites (20 municipalities) over a period of between 10 and 24 months. This project is part of the Ivory Coast’s 2016-2020 National Development Plan and will meet the drinking water needs of around 450,000 inhabitants. Started in 2011 to address the challenges of demographic growth, the water infrastructure upgrading programme began with larger cities, and is now focusing on medium-sized towns. These modular surface water treatment systems are used in order to bring reliable and robust solutions to communities that lack safe water access. EPC contract delivery time:10 to 24 months.
Available for Disaster Response
We offer our UCD-FAST, a prefabricated, compact and standardized treatment plant for drinking water production adapted for emergency and post-disaster situations. The two available models 4,2 L/s (15m3/h) and 13,8 L/s (50m3/h) have a capacity to treat charged waters up to 500 NTU. Their reliability and robustness make them the most cost-effective CAPEX plants and their low OPEX assuring WHO standards, based on a proven water treatment process, make them a fit-for-purpose infrastructure. Decentralized systems, water treatment plant, compact water treatment, modular water production, reduced foot print plant, surface water treatment, emergency, disaster water treatment plants, drinking water, safe water access, sanitation access.