Energy economy related service
Veolia with its more than 20-year professional experience is a determining participant of the Hungarian energy market. The energy branch of the company group provides energy to various institutions of 50 local municipalities, 85 state-owned and public buildings, 30 health institutions and 31 industrial plants, while its district heating networks supply 109,000 residential and institutional customers nationwide. In the six power plants of the company group (in Pécs, Dorog, Kőbánya, Debrecen, Nyíregyháza, and Szakoly) operate high-efficiency natural gas blocks and blocks utilizing renewable energy (biomass).
Water utility services
In Hungary Veolia supplies 14 million cubic metres of healthy drinking water to people annually while it manages a system that drains and disposes of 203 million cubic metres of wastewater and rainwater. It employs more than 1600 professionals in order to ensure that the services provided to municipalities are always of high quality and meet the requirements of municipalities.
Waste management services
The waste incineration plant of Veolia located in Dorog is one of the largest plants of this kind in Hungary, the plant primarily focuses on the complex disposal of hazardous wastes, and the destruction of products and goods seized by the customs services, however, the services offered by the plant also include the pre-treatment and recycling of different types of waste. The Dorog incineration plant currently employs 80 people, and it can incinerate up to 35,000 tons of waste in a year on average. The modernization of the incineration plant and developments enhancing the protection of environment are considered by Veolia to be of utmost importance which is why it spent HUF 300 million on them in recent years.
Revenue of HUF 55.1 billion
7 power plants, 28 gas powered small power plants
District heating for 13 500 homes in 12 cities
District heat production for 117 000 homes and other consumers in 24 cities
200 energy efficiency contracts for 31 industrial sites, 28 healthcare facilities and 50 municipalities
1000 000 tons of domestic biomass utilisation for energy purposes
750GWh electricity provided
6700 TJ heat energy provided
Revenue of HUF 45,8 billion
More than 1500 employees
798 000 customers
2,1 million inhabitants
15 million m3 healthy drinking water annually
197 million m3 drainage and treatment of waste water and rainwater annually
Waste management (2017)
Revenue of HUF 13,2 billion
130 000 tons of waste treatment and utilisation
80 000 tons of RDF-production capacity