Veolia is a global water, waste and energy business with a presence in over 45 countries, employing more than 174,000 people.
In Water, we are a world leader in providing water and wastewater solutions, both for municipal and industrial clients. We design, supply, build, commission, operate and maintain water and wastewater plants, water distribution networks and wastewater collection systems of every scale.
In Waste, we collect, sort, recycle and convert waste into a usable resource, such as energy or compost.
In Energy, we design, build, operate and maintain energy systems that decrease an organisation’s carbon footprint and reduce utilities expenditure.
In New Zealand provide water and wastewater services in Papakura, Thames-Coromandel, Ruapehu, Western Bay of Plenty, South Taranaki, Wanganui, Central Hawkes Bay Wellington, and Queenstown, waste collection services to Auckland Council and we deliver Energy services to a multitude of customers nationwide.
WHAT WE DO STARTS WITH WHAT WE KNOW
2020 marks the 150th anniversary of WSP in Aotearoa New Zealand. From the earliest roads and railways that connected communities, to the power stations that created energy for the nation, the airports that have connected Aotearoa to the rest of the world and enabled regional growth, and the buildings that facilitate democracy, health and learning, we’ve been there.
First as the Public Works Department, evolving into Ministry of Works, Works Consultancy Services, Opus, WSP Opus, and now WSP. The history of WSP is the history of the built environment in Aotearoa.
150 years on we’re proud to have the blueprint of Aotearoa in our DNA and to be involved in the projects that will continue to connect and support us for generations to come.