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NEW YORK — Paris-based Veolia Water has signed a four-year contract with New York City to help optimize its water and wastewater services to 9 million people.
The contract would enable the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to achieve annual savings of between $100 to $200 million on operation and maintenance costs, which represent a budget of $1.2 billion.
This optimization of operating methods will improve the quality of service while at the same time training the existing workforce and reducing bills for users, Veolia said in a statement.