Minimising energy consumption and managing
hazardous waste disposal for the Aerospace industry

The aerospace industry faces a number of challenges including strict regulations, increased competition and strong growth in passenger and cargo traffic. The industry is under pressure to be proactive and innovative to remain competitive. Effective energy, waste and water management to safely run operations and maximise uptime is crucial. 

Minimising energy consumption in production

With the necessity of green energy gaining momentum, companies who are able to market themselves as environmentally friendly and comfortable will trump those that cannot meet both standards. While aerospace engineers continue to innovate by reducing carbon emissions and noise pollution in aircraft, plant managers and operators are focused on saving energy throughout the production process. By implementing high-efficiency HVAC systems, LED lighting, smart metering systems and renewable energy technologies, Veolia ensures that aerospace companies can sustainably meet their production demands.  

Diverting waste to landfill

Singapore is the leading one-stop solutions provider for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) needs in Asia.  These services generate hazardous waste that requires safe disposal. Veolia offers companies in the aerospace sector turnkey solutions to hazardous waste disposal from transportation and cradle to grave destruction, diverting this harmful waste from landfills and reducing your liability.


Veolia is uniquely positioned to service industry, government and commercial entities in improving performance, managing water, waste and energy.

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Case Studies

In 2010 Veolia assumed sole responsibility for an array of technical and support services on behalf of the pharmaceutical giant BMS, at its sites throughout Europe.
Veolia, via its specialised company, ASTERALIS, segregates NORM-contaminated sludge from hazardous sludge in order to assure safe disposal.
Veolia has developed a unique process for recycling water generated during the gas-to-liquid transition so it can be fully reused on site.

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