Partnership to help distribute Veolia water/wastewater systems in Middle East

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Photo: Emmanuel Gayan left, Mohammed Abdul Ghaffar Hussain right
Photo: Emmanuel Gayan left, Mohammed Abdul Ghaffar Hussain right

Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies has signed a partnership with Corys Environment, the environmental investments arm of Green Coast Enterprises, to promote water and wastewater systems developed in UAE and the Emirates of Dubai in particular.

The new partnership was announced at the 16tt Water, Energy, Technology Exhibition (WETEX) being held from the 14th and 15th of April under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

Emmanuel Gayan, executive vice president, Asia Pacific Middle East and Africa, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, said: “This is a strategically important partnership for both organizations, and means we are able to better serve our customers and increase our footprint with industry wide performance standards in the Middle East.”

Mohammed Abdul Ghaffar Hussain, managing director of Green Coast Enterprises, said: "This strategic alliance will form the cornerstone of our own environmental activities here at CORYS.

 

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