For over 20 years, the Veolia Group has been a proven partner of cities and industry in Poland, offering innovative services tailored to customers’ needs, constantly developing its operations in the country. It is one of the leading providers of energy management and water and wastewater management services.
In Poland, the Veolia Group operates in 75 cities and manages district heating networks in 41. Veolia group aims to be the benchmark company for ecological transformation. With nearly 179,000 employees worldwide, the Group designs and provides game-changing solutions that are both useful and practical for water, waste and energy management. In 2020, the Veolia group supplied 95 million people with drinking water and 62 million people with wastewater service, produced nearly 43 million megawatt hours of energy and treated 47 million metric tons of waste. Veolia Environment (listed on Paris Euronext: VIE) recorded consolidated revenue of €26.010 billion in 2020.
By partnering with Airly, Veolia is efficiently implementing the company’s strategic goals to care for the planet. Since the start of our relationship in 2018, we have conducted several projects together. Veolia supports the sustainable development of cities and industry in two ways: – investing in developing technologies that reduce industrial emissions; – creating ecological solutions that reduce the consumption of raw materials and energy of raw materials and energy.
Airly provides hands-on insight into air quality with AI-driven algorithms that predict air pollution for the next 24 hours with a verifiability of up to 95%. Airly provides its customers around the world with an environmental intelligence platform by installing a network of sensors that track all key pollutant markers – particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5, PM10) and gases (NO2, O3, SO2 and CO).
As part of a partnership with the startups Oxygen City and Airly, Żabka has installed a filter in the center of Poznań that will clean […]
The city of Gdańsk in Poland has installed 35 Airly air quality sensors. Data from the devices will allow residents to monitor the level of […]