France's Suez hoping to clean up in China

The French water and waste management company tells FinanceAsia it is looking for more customers in China at a time when the country is trying to clean up its rivers.

Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink.

China has 22% of the world’s population but only 6% of its fresh water, according to the World Bank, and much of that is polluted by industrial waste.

With organisations such as Greenpeace and the World Bank highlighting the problem, pressure is building on China to cut its carbon emissions, clean up its rivers and improve its water supply, not only inside the country but from the outside too.

And Suez Environnement, the French waste and water management group, is positioning itself to cash in on the country’s efforts to clean up its act.

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