SUEZ Environment recognized for water, waste services

Based on its recent analysis of the water and waste services market, Frost & Sullivan has recognized SUEZ Environment with the 2008 Frost & Sullivan Award for Best-in-Class Water & Waste Services in Developing Economies. The Award sites the company's exceptional contributions to water and waste services in the emerging economies of Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe. Suez serves around 80 million people with drinking water and 50 million people with sanitation services worldwide...

May 22, 2008 -- Based on its recent analysis of the water and waste services market, Frost & Sullivan has recognized SUEZ Environment with the 2008 Frost & Sullivan Award for Best-in-Class Water & Waste Services in Developing Economies. The Award sites the company's exceptional contributions to water and waste services in the emerging economies of Latin America, Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe.

Serving around 80 million people with drinking water and 50 million people with sanitation services worldwide, SUEZ Environment has shown remarkable commitment in providing excellent services by integrating experience with expertise. One of the few companies in the environmental industry that can boast of complete control of water and waste cycles, SUEZ Environment has an annual growth rate averaging more than 5 percent.

The company has its presence in 50 countries, and is an operator in 26 countries. Its decentralized stock of numerous subsidiaries allows it to locally integrate and address water and waste management services.

"SUEZ Environment focuses on bringing together innovative and holistic solutions and technical expertise to different governments in their diverse demographical and geographical situations, while working within the cultural and social fabric," says Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Archana Amarnath. "The company has demonstrated excellent credentials in developing master plans, suggesting diagnosis for existing systems, analyzing various investment and financial models, and recommending the best practical solutions for all its clients based on experience."

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