Veolia Water Australia and New Zealand - network services

By: Veolia Water  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Wastewater, Water and Wastewater, Veolia Water

Veolia Water Network Services (VWNS) is part of Sade, a Veolia Water subsidiary, and a construction specialist in water distribution networks and wastewater collection systems.

It also provides trenchless services, including cleaning, closed circuit television (CCTV) inspections and rehabilitation of sewer and storm drainage networks, using the latest technologies for project specific solutions.

Innovative technologies underpin the company's vision to provide sustainable solutions for water and wastewater networks. Developments in trenchless capabilities, for example, has enabled VWNS customers to extend the lifetime of their pipeline networks, with minimal environmental impact, while reducing engineering and operating costs.

Key VWNS business activity include: civil construction works, renewal and installation of new water and wastewater pipelines, construction of recycled water and stormwater pipelines as well as project specific design and engineering. Its expertise extends to trenchless capabilities, pipe bursting, pipe lining, close fit lining/slip lining and micro tunnelling.

Keywords: Recycled Water, Veolia Water, Wastewater, Wastewater Collection Systems, Water and Wastewater, Water Networks,

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