The UK Competition Authority finds that the merger of 2 companies in the supply of several waste and water management services could lead to a loss of competition (Veolia / Suez)

CMA finds Veolia / Suez merger raises competition concerns* Veolia and Suez are two of the largest suppliers of waste management services to councils and businesses in the UK and global leaders in the sector. The transaction is being reviewed by a number of competition authorities globally. Both companies are active across the waste management supply chain from the collection of waste to the operation of facilities for composting and incineration and landfill sites. The companies also supply water and wastewater management services to industrial

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UK Competition Authority, The UK Competition Authority finds that the merger of 2 companies in the supply of several waste and water management services could lead to a loss of competition (Veolia / Suez), 7 December 2021, e-Competitions December 2021, Art. N° 104020

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