Veolia wins Slovak tenders

May 2006
Utility Week;5/26/2006, Vol. 25 Issue 13, p45
Trade Publication
The article reports that Veolia Voda was aiming for 40 per cent of Slovakia's water sector after winning its second operations contract in the country in a matter of days. The company added the 30-year contract to run water services at Popradska Vodarenska Spolocnost, in Poprad, to the contract it was awarded by Stredoslovenska Vodarenska Spolocnost.


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