Success Stories

#Building & Construction
Building the future from post consumer residuals (literally)
#Building & Construction
A healthier environment to play sports
Veolia Huafei, with its partners in China, has established an ocean prevention group — Blue Circle, to collect plastic wastes from the coastlines and fishing boats, recycling them into plastic pellets. The whole chain, from collection to pellet sales, is traceable with the help of blockchain technology and the Internet of Things.
The garden centre brand Botanic, a family business from Haute Savoie, in France, offers a range of more than 1,000 eco-friendly gardening products in its 70 shops. Committed to natural gardens, the company has been promoting its eco-responsibility values since 1995.
Botanic wanted to further reduce the presence of plastic.
#Home & Appliances
Plastic packaging containers produced by Dijkstra Plastics from 100% recyclable polypropylene (PP) usually find their application in both the food and non-food sector.
#Home & Appliances
It’s a first for linen care. Veolia develops a new grade hand in hand with SEB.. During this 3 years development project, Veolia offered testing, adaptability and was finally able to master a closed loop post-consumer recycling process for industrial grade applications. Now SEB can confirm recycled plastics have a real added value and even meet an end-customer demand.
#Home & Appliances
Thales, France’s global high-tech leader, and Veolia have partnered to create the first eco-designed SIM card made from recycled plastic.
#Building & Construction
Veolia Polymers, leader in production and sale of high-quality compounds based on recycled polypropylene in the Netherlands, was able to develop for years a high performance rPP compound tailored to the needs of Polypipe, a British pipe and building pieces manufacturer.
Danone, Veolia and Decathlon developed a closed loop recycling project to transform empty plastic bottles into a brand new t-shirt. Veolia Huafei, a specialist recycled plastics manufacturer in China, developed a high-end recycling process to produce fibre filaments from bottles.