SUEZ environnement group announces brand unification

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Updated Mon, 16 Mar 2015 11:01:16 GMT

SUEZ environnement group has unified all of its 40 brands under one single brand. SUEZ environnement is present in 70 countries around the world, and includes SITA among its group companies. SITA UK is a recycling and resource company that provides solid recovered fuel known as ‘Climafuel’ to the cement industry. It recently began commissioning a new Climafuel production facility that will supply Cemex’s Rugby cement plant.

The decision to bring all of the group’s brands under one umbrella is in line with SUEZ environnement’s strategy to position itself upon the four pillars of: smart water and new services; industry; waste-to-energy; international growth. Whereas the group previously organised itself around two main activities – water and waste – it has now shifted its focus to the sustainable management of resources, namely:

Recycling and reuse of waste.

Water treatment solutions.

Consulting services for sustainable urban and regional development.

Management of the extended water cycle.

According to the group, consolidating its brands under one identity aims to help it meet the needs of customers in the face of new environmental and societal challenges, ‘reinforce the convergence’ of the group’s activities in order to address the challenges of a circular economy, and to simplify brand identity for improved performance and commercial efficiency.

“The resource revolution will bring about a major and deep-seated transformation of our societies, much like the industrial or digital revolutions. So the group must be ready to meet its customers’ future needs and converge its activities in order to anticipate and support these changes. As a leading player in the circular economy, we must allow this revolution to benefit from our expertise by offering a global solution for optimised resource management. Now the 80 000 employees will embody this mission with pride and conviction under a single brand, SUEZ environnement,” said Jean Louis Chaussade, Chief Executive Officer of SUEZ environnement.