Veolia at the West and Central Africa Mining Summit

AGL FacilitiesVeolia has the expertise to offer customised solutions from exploration to closure of mining sites. (Image source: Veolia)The West and Central Africa Mining Summit & Expo is going to take place in the Accra International Conference Centre, Ghana on 19 and 20 October, 2016

Veolia, the partner event sponsor of WaCA Mining Summit & Expo, has organised a Mining Workshop ‘Innovations to Address Environmental Challenges to Mining in Africa’ on Oct. 19th, concurrently with the Day 1 sessions.

Veolia works within the mining & metals sector including gold, copper, coal and iron ore to help mining & metals customers to reduce their environmental impact, focusing on water reduction, improved energy management and recovery of waste materials, while also maintaining operational and plant efficiency.

Veolia is the worldwide reference in environmental services (water, waste & energy). With more than 174,000 employees, Veolia recorded annual revenues of US$25bn in 2015. In Africa, Veolia works in over 23 countries with industries, governments and communities to deliver innovation and sustainable solutions that are needed today, with the vision required for tomorrow. With mining projects around the globe, 1,000 industry experts around the world, and more than 160 years of experience, Veolia has the expertise in design, engineering and operations coupled with the technological leadership to offer customised solutions from exploration to closure of mining sites.

The company aims to deliver truly valuable partnerships which help maintain operational efficiency, safeguard security of supply, and reduce environmental footprint while also ensuring that communities, governments and other key stakeholder groups are consulted with in an inclusive manner.

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