ISWA Welcomes Veridis as our Newest Gold Member

Nov 6, 2023 | ISWA blog, ISWA news

ISWA is delighted to welcome Veridis Group as our latest Gold Member.  

Veridis’ Group was founded in 1993, as part of the activity by Veolia International – the world’s largest environmental services corporation. Veridis is a publicly traded company, listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. 

The Group is considered a pioneer in the environmental services and infrastructure sectors and has a number of groundbreaking achievements to its credit: establishing and operating the Ashkelon desalination plant and the Efeh landfill, partnership in Israel’s first privately owned power station – OPC Mishor Rotem, Advanced Material Recovery Facilities (MRF), and additional large-scale projects. 

Veridis specializes in environmental solutions in three complementary business sectors:  

Waste Management – Veridis offers solutions and services for managing all phases of waste management: from collection and transportation, through separation, sorting, and recycling, to safe and effective disposal. The company applies advanced technologies to utilize waste in producing recycled raw materials and renewable energies. Veridis focuses on developing and implementing services and ventures in its core business – waste, water and energy. The Company applies leading technologies and its international project management experience in Israel. 

Water – Veridis provides environmental solutions in the water sector. Among other things, the Company is the force behind building and operating the Ashkelon Desalination Plant, which is one of the largest and most advanced desalination plants in the world. 

Energy – Veridis develops and operates power stations and energy facilities based on renewable energies ‒ biogas, biomass, cogeneration etc. – and specializes in designing and operating energy centers and in leading energy efficiency projects. The Company provides installation and comprehensive maintenance services for large-scale heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems. 

Overall, there are many reasons why Veridis decided to join ISWA. Veridis believes that by joining ISWA, it will gain access to expertise and resources. This can include access to training programs, best practices, and new technologies

Eran Sapir

CEO, Waste Division

ISWA membership is open to individuals and organisations from the scientific community, public institutions and public and private companies from all over the world working in the field or interested in waste management. As the only worldwide waste association with members in 110 countries, ISWA allows you to network with professionals, companies and institutional representatives on a global scale. ISWA’s unique mix of members spans the whole waste sector for the promotion and development of sustainable waste management across the world.

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