Effective management of assets can mean the difference between average and exceptional performance. At the Perth Seawater Desalination Plant in Western Australia, SUEZ has combined strategic asset management and deep innovation to realise significant gains.Read more
Wastewater remains a largely untapped resource for harnessing renewable energy. Pioneering technologies to enhance biogas recovery are poised to become a driving force in the evolution of Australia’s water industry.Read more
Last month, the Australian Water Awards were held on the final night of OZWATER 2017. Alongside the Power and Water Corporation and Goodline, SUEZ was awarded the Infrastructure Project Innovation Award for work on the Adelaide River Water Treatment Plant.Read more
On Thursday night 6th of April at the 2017 National Infrastructure Awards, SUEZ was awarded the Operator & Service Provider Excellence Award for our work with Water Corporation at the Perth Seawater Desalination Plant.Read more
SUEZ is proud to be a Principal Sponsor of Ozwater 17 that will take place on 16-18 May 2017 and will be involved in a number of presentations, workshops and panel discussion across the 3-day conference program.
Visit us at Stand G01!
In 2004, Maroochy Shire Council on Australia’s Sunshine Coast was wrestling with the problem of how to smooth water and energy demands on two water treatment plants and maximize network asset utilisation.Read more
The township of Adelaide River is found on the Stuart Highway 110 km south of Darwin in the Northern Territory. With an average population of 250 people, the town provides a warm welcome for many travellers but when tourists turned on the tap, the welcome was a little tainted.Read more
Over recent years, water utilities have become increasingly more aware of the need to enhance the performance of their water networks. This means managing infrastructure in such a way that unplanned maintenance costs are minimised; pressure, flow and water quality are sustained; energy requirements are optimised and revenue losses from system leaks are reduced.Read more
SUEZ has been awarded an extension to its operations and maintenance contract at Sydney’s Prospect Water Filtration Plant.Read more
Infrastructure Australia’s Australian Infrastructure Plan was released in February. General Manager of Operations for SUEZ, Mark Lautre, explores the plan and its calls for greater efficiency and improvements in water utilities across Australia.Read more
Stand C1, Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Center | 8am – 5pm, 10 – 12 May 2016Read more
Across the world, biomethane (refined biogas) is used to power cars, towns, cities and industry. In Australia, the creation of renewable energy through biogas recovery is in many ways still in its infancy.
Mark Lautre, General Manager of Operations at SUEZ in Australia & New Zealand argues that 2016 is the year that the Wastewater Treatment Plant needs to be seen as a resource.
SUEZ has entered into an agreement to operate and maintain the Kooragang Industrial Water Scheme (KIWS) located north of Newcastle.Read more
How do we address the increasing scarcity of natural resources? One answer is the smarter use of our existing infrastructure.Read more
The effective control of nuisance odours requires both a human and technological response. Stuart Gowans, General Manager of Business Development for SUEZ environnement explains.Read more
SUEZ has announced the appointment of Mark Venhoek as Chief Executive Officer of SUEZ in Australia.Read more
12 - 14 May, 2015 | Adelaide Convention Center | Stand M02
SUEZ is proud to be supporting Ozwater in 2015.
World Toilet Day is held on the 19th of November to break the taboo around toilets and raise global awareness of the daily struggle for proper sanitation that a staggering 2.5 billion people face every day of their lives.Read more
Leading provider of water management solutions, SUEZ has strengthened its service offering, adding the ice pigging and network solutions of Aqualogy to the portfolio of water services provided to its Australian customers.Read more
Held annually in October across Australia, National Water Week aims to raise community awareness about current and future water issues and to encourage the community to take action to protect our vital water resources.Read more