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A New Name for ELGA Process Water

23 June 2014

Having traded as ELGA Process Water for over a decade with Veolia as a parent, the company now feels that it is in a strong position to fully rebrand as Veolia Water Technologies. 

This is part of an overall rebranding of Veolia Environnement, which will be known simply as ‘Veolia’ and will represent the three business activities of water, waste and energy. Veolia Water Technologies covers all aspects of the water cycle, from abstraction and treatment of water for potable supply through high purity water for industry and healthcare to wastewater recovery. 

Becoming part of one Veolia will allow us to build on existing strengths, namely, consistently meeting customer requirements and service delivery, to go beyond customers’ expectations in technology, innovation, customer service and service delivery - taking the value we continuously strive to deliver to the next level. 

Commenting on the new identity, Veolia Water Technologies Managing Director, Process Water, Martyn Fisher, said, “We are transforming the business into one that is focused on building partnerships with customers, developing and delivering new products, providing market leading customer services and service support. Our new brand recognises that we are part of a global team capable of offering innovative, integrated and sustainable water solutions to a world that is severely water stressed.” 

Coinciding with the rebrand, Veolia Water Technologies is moving from Marlow to a new high tech office in High Wycombe. Martyn says, “It’s an exciting time for us and our customers who will benefit from the move. It’s equipped with the latest technology which will help promote our culture of working smarter, streamline our processes and integrate our systems, making all aspects of customer contact more efficient; from sales enquiries and contract execution to technical support and booking service engineers.”  

The new office is designed with sustainability in mind, which will help to minimise our carbon footprint. We will continue to develop sustainable products and services, enabling us to fully support customers to be more 


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