WE WORK WITH CLIENTS TO ACHIEVE THEIR UNIQUE BUSINESS VISION.
Professional relationships are the key to effective partnerships – with clients, the community, relevant regulatory authorities and state statutory bodies. This is why we invest in our people to deliver certainty to the water industry.
Our offer is made up of four core water business services and a range of reliable solutions that can be tailored to each customer’s specific economic, environmental, societal and geographic needs:
Underpinning our approach to business relationships are strong corporate values of safety, quality, rigorous business ethics, and deep respect for our customers, shareholders, staff, suppliers, local communities and the environment.
SUEZ's Water Division has been in Australia since the early 1970s, initially as Degrémont Australia. In 1991, we changed our name to Australian Water Services, and then in 2007 reverted back to Degrémont Australia. In March 2015, together with 40 other brands around the world, Degrémont Australia rebranded to SUEZ providing water, waste solutions and Oil & Gas systems to our clients in Australia and New Zealand.
Drawing on more than 70 years international experience, SUEZ has established a reputation for excellence and superior customer service, and is one of the longest-serving water treatment specialists in the country. Whenever there has been a major breakthrough in water innovation and management services in Australia over the past 40 years, we have been at the forefront:
The first large-scale drinking water filtration plant for a capital city (and still the largest in Australia) – Sydney’s Prospect Water Filtration Plant (1996)
The first drinking water desalination plant for a capital city – the Perth Seawater Desalination Plant (2006)
One of the world’s most advanced wastewater treatment and water reuse plants, essential to a region-wide integrated water management system – the Pimpama Recycled Water Treatment Plant in south-east Queensland (2006)
The first water alliance contract for the management of a capital city’s entire water and wastewater infrastructure assets and network – Adelaide’s Services Alliance (Allwater) (2011)
The first ecologically integrated industrial water infrastructure facility in a sensitive area – the Victorian Desalination Plant on the pristine Bass Coast at Wonthaggi (2012)