Veolia UK | Case Studies

Case Studies

Veolia is leading a deep-rooted change towards adopting the circular, low-carbon economy through its mission ‘Resourcing the world’.

Our global strategy is focused on developing access to, preserving and replenishing resources as pressure on natural, economic and human resources is increasing.

By inspiring partnerships across the UK, Veolia is now at the forefront of innovation and delivering the circular economy.

Our shop window, and the real demonstration of what we can achieve, lies in the results we deliver to our customers, and how we help them to become more resource-efficient, more sustainable and save money.

These case studies are great examples of how we help our customers take the lead and show how we can cut emissions to help mitigate climate change and preserve precious resources for future generations.

Business cases

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The carbon savings contribute to Quorn’s sustainability goals and secure the energy supplies to the production facility. By displacing import grid electricity, the CHP plant on site provides more resilience for other grid users.
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By managing energy-efficient heating and hot water from the new CHP-based scheme, it delivers affordable, low-carbon energy for the community and lowers CO2 emissions.
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The University of Warwick internationally recognised for CHP-based district heating by winning European COGEN Technology/Innovation award.
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By managing energy efficient heating and hot water from the new Combined Heat and Power (CHP) based scheme, it will deliver low-carbon energy and save around 6,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions.
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Working with Jaguar Land Rover to deliver reliable utilities to their production facilities and reduce carbon emissions. In addition to securing low-carbon energy supplies, the Eco2Synergy scheme provides significant cost savings and zero risk.
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Veolia’s CHP programme has maintained long-term energy efficiency for the Churchill College in the University of Cambridge campus.
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Cannington Cold Stores supports the promotion of renewable energy, with this aim, Cannington looked for a biogas Combined Heat and Power (CHP) solution fuelled by feeding waste food through an anaerobic digester to provide biogas.
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Croydon University Hospital wanted to significantly reduce the cost of generating electricity and heat and met its carbon emissions reduction target.
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