Suez Environnement (SEV), Europe’s second-largest water company, said its Sena waste services subsidiary was awarded a five-year contract by Edmonton to operate and maintain a city facility capable of processing 55,000 tons of co-mingled recycled materials a year.
The contract will be worth as much as $45 million, Suez said today in a statement. Suez supplies drinking water to 92 million people a day, wastewater-treatment services for 65 million and collects the waste produced by 52 million people.
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