The waste and water utility has positive outlook for this year as a nascent recovery in Europe allowed for lower financing costs and new contracts which, along with financial discipline, helped to boost net profit in 2013 by 40%.
A wave of startup companies is rising up to address the growing need for wastewater treatment and monitoring solutions, part of a $600 billion industry that has traditionally been dominated by legacy companies such as GE, Veolia, Siemens and Suez.
Suez Environnement (OTCPK:SZEVY) is the world's second-largest environmental services group after Veolia (VE), providing water and waste water, municipal and industrial waste and energy management services. Like Veolia, Suez...
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