Veolia & Suez: What Does it Mean?

Alex Mason Bilal Ahmed Lyle King By Alex Mason & Bilal Ahmed & Lyle King

After 8 months of negotiations, Veolia and Suez have finally announced their $15 billion merger agreement.

The deal will see the companies join forces to become an ecological giant spanning water, wastewater, waste management and recycling activities - with revenues in excess of $35 billion.

This is a massive deal and very exciting for our recruiters who work in these spaces. So exciting, that they've made a video to give their insight into the merger.

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