Ensuring reliable utility management while the Healthcare industry provides the best care and treatment to patients

Balancing today's needs for providing the best possible healthcare and maintaining the complex infrastructures needed to achieve the best patient outcomes is a challenge faced by every healthcare provider. By continuously improving waste, water and energy management, healthcare providers can improve economic and environmental performance.

Safety, efficiency and mission-critical reliability

Healthcare facilities require maximum reliability as any energy interruptions can have a mission-critical impact on patient care. 

Combined heat and power systems, microgrids and other distributed generation solutions can offer the required levels of redundancy as well as reduced GHG emissions. While the healthcare sector focuses on saving lives, we partner and support our healthcare clients to ensure a reliable supply of critical utilities.


Safe disposal of medical and pharmaceutical waste

Improperly disposing of medical and pharmaceutical waste such as contaminated blood, other bodily fluids, syringes, needles, expired drugs and vaccines or mercury thermometers can have disastrous health and environmental effects. We can provide safe handling, transportation, treatment and disposal of medical and pharmaceutical waste.


Reducing energy bills and minimising carbon footprint

Energy is a significant cost centre in healthcare facilities. We understand that it is important to strike a balance to achieve energy conservation without compromising the quality and quantity of Energy. Measures like optimised steam production, HVAC systems, building management operation systems, and high-efficiency lighting can reduce energy consumption, achieve savings and improve environmental effort.  We work with our healthcare customers to implement turnkey efficiency projects and can help to minimise upfront capital costs through performance-based contracts.



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

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Our Healthcare Case Studies

An expanding site looking for long term visibility over costs, workforce flexibility, utilities cost reduction and maintenance benchmarking
Veolia, via its specialised company, ASTERALIS, segregates NORM-contaminated sludge from hazardous sludge in order to assure safe disposal.
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.

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