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Veolia in the Czech Republic

Veolia is a leader in providing water, energy and waste services. In the Czech Republic Veolia employed in 2014 more then 7,000 collaborators and achieved a turnover of CZK 984,2 M.


Veolia is a leading provider of services in the Czech water management market. Ensures the production and distribution of drinking water and sewage and waste water treatment and provides know-how in the field of water management infrastructure based on years of experience. Veolia  has operated in the Czech Republic since 1996. Over 1,150 municipalities in the Czech Republic entrusted the operation of water management infrastructure to Veolia based on the operating.

For 27 industrial partners Veolia operates the equipment of the partners through outsourcing or provide external production and wastewater treatment in facilities, where already operates.


Veolia is one of the largest producers and suppliers of heat in the Czech Republic and provides support services for the Czech transmission system. Veolia is been operating in the Czech Republic since 1991 in the following regions: Moravian-Silesian, Olomouc, Central Bohemia, Karlovy Vary and Prague. Veolia is also a major independent producer of electricity and beyond the supplies of heat and electricity provides its clients with comprehensive range of energy services.


Veolia provides reliable and economically efficient secondary use of by-products from water and energy management, all in compliance with the strict requirements for environmental protection and sustainable development.



Key figures 2015
3.7 million inhabitants supplied

1,150 municipal partners

25 industrial partners

4,999 employees

Turnover: CZK 16.6 billion (609,7 mil. €)


Key figures 2015
District heating supplies 267,074 households

7 310 customer contracts

2,227 employees 

Sales of electricity: 3,864 GWh

Sales of heat: 13,438 TJ

Annual Cold supply: 388 611 GWh

Turnover: CZK 11,3 billion (413,8 mil. €)


reliable and economically 
efficient secondary use 
of by‐ products
energy management

The Energy line produces
370,000 tonnes of energy 
per year from 
41 coal and 4 biomass boilers.