Séché Environnement expands into the wastewater services sector in the Greater Paris region

Séché Environnement incorporates eight centres specialising in maintenance services for wastewater networks and facilities, extending its portfolio of services while strengthening its footprint in the Greater Paris region.

The Séché Environnement Group has opened its doors to eight operations centres and their 233 employees offering expertise in maintaining wastewater networks and servicing wastewater facilities across the Greater Paris region. Harnessing a fleet of over 130 production and service vehicles – including high-pressure cleaning trucks, tanker, trucks, pumps, and more – as well as network video inspection technologies, the teams will continue leveraging their expertise to service the needs of a wide range of customers, including local authorities, manufacturers, real estate and food service professionals, and private industries.

Séché Environnement has already carved a foothold in the region through its presence in the decontamination market, especially at certain project sites in Greater Paris, and also in the hazardous waste sorting and treatment sector, but the organisation has now consolidated its local footprint by integrating these wastewater treatment activities. The company can now draw on these skills in buoyant markets to create industrial and commercial synergies by delivering an extensive array of services to a wider customer portfolio.

Maxime Séché, CEO of Séché Environnement, commented: “As we head into the New Year, we are delighted to welcome the new teams of experts in wastewater treatment services among our ranks. These activities broaden the range of high value-added services for our custmoers and dovetail seamlessly with our existing business activities in a key geographical sector, namely the Greater Paris region.”