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Veolia Environnement North AmericaBusiness Overview – Investor Site VisitMay 22nd - 23rd, 2007NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com
Disclaimer  Veolia Environnement is a corporation listed on the NYSE and Euronext Paris. This document  contains "forward-...
A market leader in North America                                                     Energy                         Waste ...
Veolia Water North America                    Nation’s leader in water services                                        • M...
North American Water Industry Leader                Municipal leadership              Industrial leadership             60...
Veolia Transportation in North America….  • A long history of partnerships with North American cities        –   Yellow Tr...
… is now the largest North American operator inground passenger transportation  •   Over 16,000 employees  •   10,000 vehi...
Dalkia / Veolia Energy North AmericaParticular focus on distribution networks and facilitiesmanagement  •   Steam distribu...
Dalkia/Veolia Energy North AmericaManaging customers’ entire energy needs                 Primary Energy Utilities        ...
Veolia Environmental Services North America:ONE COMPANY – FOUR EXPERTISESBusiness Overview – Investor Site VisitMay 22nd –...
VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES2006 KEY FIGURES      Veolia Environmental Services is the No. 2 in the world for waste colle...
VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICESKEY FINANCIAL FIGURES       • 2006 revenue :                •   Breakdown of revenue         ...
VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICESIN NORTH AMERICA  • # 1 in Industrial Cleaning  • # 2 in Hazardous Waste  • # 3 in Waste to E...
Veolia Environmental Services’ Developmentin North America                   •Cold start of Montenay in the late seventies...
Veolia Environmental Services’ Developmentin North America                   •Significant organic growth (Vancouver extens...
MIX of BUSINESS                     By Division                                  By Client                           Solid...
AN INTEGRATED OFFER        Solid Waste Services                      Industrial Services              -   Collection      ...
Veolia Environmental Services North America is the onlyintegrated waste service company with strong market positionsacross...
NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com                   www.VeoliaES.com
Veolia Environmental Services NA - Solid WasteNORTH AMERICASOLID WASTEwww.VeoliaES.com
SERVICE CAPABILITIES• Solid waste collection• Transfer• Recycling• Disposal• Liquid solidification• Biodegradable waste  c...
KEY FIGURES• Fourth largest waste  services* firm in US    – 10.6 million tons processed    – 3,600 employees    – $740 M ...
MIX OF BUSINESS – COLLECTION MIX      Mix of Business                                    Collection MixThird Party Disposa...
NORTH AMERICASOLID WASTE     www.VeoliaES.com
Veolia ES Technical SolutionsNORTH AMERICATECHNICAL SOLUTIONSwww.VeoliaES.com
SERVICE CAPABILITIES  • Electronics recycling  • Emergency response  • Fuels blending  • Household hazardous waste  • Inci...
KEY FIGURES  • Regional and national service    offering       – Serving US and Puerto Rico       – 1,600 employees       ...
MIX OF BUSINESS                                  Electronic recycling                Fuels/Reclaim             9%         ...
NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS   www.VeoliaES.com
Veolia ES Industrial ServicesNORTH AMERICAINDUSTRIAL SERVICESwww.VeoliaES.com
SERVICE CAPABILITIES• Hydroblasting                     •   Marine/Offshore Services• Ultra High Pressure Water         • ...
KEY FIGURES• Regional and national  service offering     – 30 years specialized       industry experience     – 4,900 empl...
NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com INDUSTRIAL SERVICES   www.VeoliaES.com
Veolia ES Waste-to-EnergyNORTH AMERICAWASTE-TO-ENERGYwww.VeoliaES.com
SERVICE CAPABILITIES    • Develop, design, construct and operate waste-to-      energy incinerators    • Oversee full wast...
KEY FIGURES    • 670 employees    • $190 M 2006 revenues    • Facilities:        – 11 waste-to-energy plants operated in t...
NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com WASTE-TO-ENERGY   www.VeoliaES.com
Veolia ES North AmericaVESNA Financial ReviewNORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com
Revenue ($ in millions)                                                                                          + 15.7%  ...
Contribution to growth from all areas ofthe business                              2005 versus 2006 revenue (in $millions) ...
NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com                   www.VeoliaES.com
AMERICA AND GLOBAL WARMING                   “HAVE WE TURNED UP EARTH’S THERMOSTAT?”                                      ...
AMERICA AND GLOBAL WARMING                   “MORE COMPLEX THAN IT LOOKS”  • Kyoto Protocol (signed) but never enforced by...
AMERICA AND GLOBAL WARMING (Cont…)                   “MORE COMPLEX THAN IT LOOKS”• But       – Pittsburgh No. 400 City aft...
Ethanol: Good or Bad Idea?  Bad: Food vs. Fuel (corn, wheat, etc.)     • Corn price per bushel x2 to $4.00     • “Ay Torti...
TURNING WASTE INTO A  RESOURCENORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com                         www.VeoliaES.com
Summary• Fully integrated waste services company across the full value  chain      – Key market differentiation with compe...
Turning waste into a resource                   Questions? Thank You.NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com          ...
Investor Relations contact information                   •    Nathalie PINON, Head of Investor Relations                  ...
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  1. 1. Veolia Environnement North AmericaBusiness Overview – Investor Site VisitMay 22nd - 23rd, 2007NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com
  2. 2. Disclaimer Veolia Environnement is a corporation listed on the NYSE and Euronext Paris. This document contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the provisions of the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance. Actual results may differ materially from the forward- looking statements as a result of a number of risks and uncertainties, many of which are outside our control, including but not limited to: the risk of suffering reduced profits or losses as a result of intense competition, the risks associated with conducting business in some countries outside of Western Europe, the United States and Canada, the risk that changes in energy prices and taxes may reduce Veolia Environnements profits, the risk that we may make investments in projects without being able to obtain the required approvals for the project, the risk that governmental authorities could terminate or modify some of Veolia Environnements contracts, the risk that our long-term contracts may limit our capacity to quickly and effectively react to general economic changes affecting our performance under those contracts, the risk that Veolia Environnements compliance with environmental laws may become more costly in the future, the risk that currency exchange rate fluctuations may negatively affect Veolia Environnements financial results and the price of its shares, the risk that Veolia Environnement may incur environmental liability in connection with its past, present and future operations, as well as the risks described in the documents Veolia Environnement has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Veolia Environnement does not undertake, nor does it have, any obligation to provide updates or to revise any forward-looking statements. Investors and security holders may obtain a free copy of documents filed by Veolia Environnement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission from Veolia Environnement. This document contains "non-GAAP financial measures" within the meaning of Regulation G adopted by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission under the U.S. Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. These "non-GAAP financial measures" are being communicated and made public inNORTH AMERICA with the exemption provided by Rule 100(c) of Regulation G. accordance NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  3. 3. A market leader in North America Energy Waste Management Energy Transportation Water Management Management • No.1 in municipal Top 1- 4 in various • Recent launch No.1 in U.S. partnerships and categories of waste and continued surface passenger industrial management growth in North transportation outsourcing +$1.8 billion in American market +$850 million in • +$850 million in 2006 revenue • +$15 million in 2006 revenue 2006 revenue 2006 revenue • North American businesses: – 10% of global Veolia Environnement revenue or approximately $3.5 billion in revenue – Revenue increased 23.1% in 2006 – Approximately 30,000 employees – Only company providing entire range of environmental services to municipal, industrial and commercial customersNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  4. 4. Veolia Water North America Nation’s leader in water services • Market leader with 36% share in U.S., Canada and Caribbean* Tampa Bay Water Signficant DBO project • Approximately 600 communities served in 38 states • Manage largest U.S. public-private partnership (Indianapolis achieved ISO 9001 and 14001 simultaneously – first major U.S. city to achieve this) Highly trained • Provide industrial/commercial water specialists partnerships and operating services at 100+ facilities • Largest U.S. industrial projects in market (customer base includes Fortune 500)NORTH AMERICA *Source: Public Works Financing, April 2006 Indianapolis – nation’s NORTH AMERICA largest, most innovativewww.VeoliaES.com partnership www.VeoliaES.com
  5. 5. North American Water Industry Leader Municipal leadership Industrial leadership 600 communities served 100+ industrial facilities 1.68 BGD daily flow managed for various Fortune 299 facilities operated 500 companies and 5,893 miles of water manufacturers distribution lines and 4,426 300+ MGD daily flow miles of wastewater lines All facets of water and 395,000 meters read wastewater management forNORTH AMERICA 30 effluent reuse facilities multiple industries 5 biosolids facilities NORTH AMERICA High-security federal facilitieswww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  6. 6. Veolia Transportation in North America…. • A long history of partnerships with North American cities – Yellow Transportation began in 1909 in Baltimore, MD – ATC’s first contract began in 1930 in Escambia, FL • Connex and ATC merged in 2005 to create Connex ATC • Shuttleport (which began in 1925) joined Connex ATC in January 2006 • Connex ATC became Veolia Transportation in April 2006. • Experienced growth of over 400% since 2001, by winning new business • October 2006: launch of VTOD (Veolia Transportation on Demand), and acquisition of SuperShuttleNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  7. 7. … is now the largest North American operator inground passenger transportation • Over 16,000 employees • 10,000 vehicles • Over 130 contracts • Approximately $850 million in annual revenue for 2006 • Operations in 22 States and 2 Canadian Provinces • Services include bus, rail, paratransit, taxi, limo, call center and brokerage, shuttle services • Operate the largest contracted fixed- route bus service in North America (Las Vegas) and largest contracted commuter railNORTH AMERICA (Boston) system NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  8. 8. Dalkia / Veolia Energy North AmericaParticular focus on distribution networks and facilitiesmanagement • Steam distribution network in Cambridge, Mass. – Supplies process steam to global biotech and pharmaceuticals • District heating network for Montreal • Central plant utilities operations – Nestlé R&D Center (Ohio) • Facilities management – Galleria shopping center in Houston – The Forum Shops / Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICA www.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  9. 9. Dalkia/Veolia Energy North AmericaManaging customers’ entire energy needs Primary Energy Utilities Secondary Utility Distribution Energy Markets Central Utility Plant Energy Services Steam, hot water, chilled water, electricity Natural Gas Boilers HVAC Systems Electricity Coal Chillers Electrical Systems Fuel Oil Cogeneration Lighting Gas Oil Air Compressors Process Equipment Biomass Cooling Towers Procurement Transformation Distribution Utilization NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICA www.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  10. 10. Veolia Environmental Services North America:ONE COMPANY – FOUR EXPERTISESBusiness Overview – Investor Site VisitMay 22nd – 23rd, 2007NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com
  11. 11. VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES2006 KEY FIGURES Veolia Environmental Services is the No. 2 in the world for waste collection, recycling and treatment • 89,500 employees worldwide operating in 36 countries • Over 53 million people served • AAA corporate social responsibility rating • 465,000 industrial and tertiary sector customers • Approximately two thirds of its revenue from private companies • 58 million metric tons of waste treated at 698 waste treatment units • Of 54.4 million tons of non-hazardous and 3.6 million tons of hazardous waste treated • Strong emphasis on recycling and recovery • 7.4 million tons of solid waste received at 243 sorting and recycling units, of which 4.6 million tons were recovered. • 146 landfills of which, 142 that accept biodegrable waste and 64 that have recovery systems to transform biogas into alternative energies • 10.3 million tons of waste treated at 72 Waste-to-Energy facilities • In partnership with Veolia Water, 2 million tons of sludge waste recovered at 102 composting unitsNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  12. 12. VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICESKEY FINANCIAL FIGURES • 2006 revenue : • Breakdown of revenue EUR7.5 billion ($9.8 billion) by geographical area : Rest of the • Recurring Operating Income : world EUR648 million ($854 million) 2% Europe (Except France) 25 % • 55% of sales France generated outside 45 % Asia France Pacific 8 % North America 20 %NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  13. 13. VEOLIA ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICESIN NORTH AMERICA • # 1 in Industrial Cleaning • # 2 in Hazardous Waste • # 3 in Waste to Energy • # 4 in Solid Waste* • # 1 in Total Waste Management • $1.8 Billion in Revenue (2006) • 250 Locations • 10,900 Employees (USA: 9400 – Canada: 1500) • Established in US in 1984 * Includes solid waste collected for incineration.NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  14. 14. Veolia Environmental Services’ Developmentin North America •Cold start of Montenay in the late seventies (1978 first O + M contract won for Quebec city WTE facility) 1984 - •1985: First U.S. WTE contract in Miami-Dade 1997 •1987: Vancouver, Canada WTE contract. •1988–90: WTE contracts in California, Pennsylvania and NY •1992: WTE ownership in Pennsylvania •1998-99: Sani Mobile and Sani Gestion in Canada are acquired for the Industrial Services and Solid Waste, adding $60 million in revenue. 1998 - •1998-99: 3 WTE contracts acquired from Westinghouse 1999 •1999: JV with Waste Management’s AETS (‘99), adding $150 million in revenue to the Industrial Services and Hazardous Waste operations. •1999: Superior Services is acquired adding $395 million in revenue and a strongNORTH AMERICA presence in the Midwest for Solid Waste. NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  15. 15. Veolia Environmental Services’ Developmentin North America •Significant organic growth (Vancouver extension, Queens-NY, Freeport, Bahamas, Wyeth…). •2000: Assets acquired from Allied in Solid Waste (approx. $125 million in2000 - revenue added).2003 •2000: Remaining stake of AETS is acquired from Waste Management. • Industrial Cleaning business acquires Heist assets in the U.S. and Canada. •The Charleston (2002) and Savannah (2003) contracts are acquired in WTE • Growth of 27% from 2004 – 2006 driven by organic growth2004 - • Key benchmark contract awards in Solid Waste (Pontiac, MI); HazardousPresent (Pfizer); Waste-to-Energy (Miami-Dade renewal and Pinellas, FL award) and Industrial Cleaning (BP) • Rapid development of Industrial Services business and development of new business opportunities in niche markets (e.g. marine services)NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  16. 16. MIX of BUSINESS By Division By Client Solid Waste 40% Industrial and WTE Commercial 11% 70% Municipal 30%Hazardous Waste 19% Industrial Services 30% NORTH AMERICA 2006 Revenue: $1.8 Billion NORTH AMERICA www.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  17. 17. AN INTEGRATED OFFER Solid Waste Services Industrial Services - Collection - Industrial Cleaning - Transfer - Mechanical Services - Recycling - Sewer Services - Disposal - Dewatering - On-Site Management - Precommissioning - Marine Services 127,00 commercial and industrial clients, 470 municipal contracts 70 service locations (11 states + Canada), 27 landfills Hazardous Waste Services Waste-to-Energy - Incineration - Waste combustion - Fuels Blending - Energy Recovery - Recycling and Recovery - Facility Operation - Lab Packing - Facility Maintenance - Emergency & Special Services - Retrofitting47 service locations, 13 TSDF’s, 2 incinerators 11 WTE PlantsNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  18. 18. Veolia Environmental Services North America is the onlyintegrated waste service company with strong market positionsacross all segments Solid Waste Hazardous Waste-to- Industrial Waste Energy Services Company Veolia Environmental #4* #2 #3 (11 plants*; largest U.S. plant) #1 Services Waste Management #1 #2 (16 plants) Allied Waste #2 Republic Services #3 Waste Connections #5 Amer. Ref-Fuel/Covanta #1 (31 plants) PSC #3 #3 Clean Harbors #1 Hydrochem #2 *Includes treatment of solid waste from Waste-to-Energy operationsNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
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  20. 20. Veolia Environmental Services NA - Solid WasteNORTH AMERICASOLID WASTEwww.VeoliaES.com
  21. 21. SERVICE CAPABILITIES• Solid waste collection• Transfer• Recycling• Disposal• Liquid solidification• Biodegradable waste composting• Waste evaluations• Industrial in-plant services• Landfill OperationNORTH AMERICASOLID WASTE www.VeoliaES.com
  22. 22. KEY FIGURES• Fourth largest waste services* firm in US – 10.6 million tons processed – 3,600 employees – $740 M 2006 revenues• Services provided to more than 1.7 million residential, commercial and industrial customers.• Facilities: – 3,000+ vehicles in fleet – 64 collection operations – 37 transfer stations – 16 recycling stations – 27 solid waste landfills NORTH AMERICA SOLID WASTE * Includes solid waste collected for incineration. www.VeoliaES.com
  23. 23. MIX OF BUSINESS – COLLECTION MIX Mix of Business Collection MixThird Party Disposal Industrial 19% Recycling Collection & 28% Resale 10% Residential / Municipal 33% Commercial 39% Collection, Transfer & Disposal 71% 2006 Revenue: $ 740 Million NORTH AMERICA SOLID WASTE www.VeoliaES.com
  24. 24. NORTH AMERICASOLID WASTE www.VeoliaES.com
  25. 25. Veolia ES Technical SolutionsNORTH AMERICATECHNICAL SOLUTIONSwww.VeoliaES.com
  26. 26. SERVICE CAPABILITIES • Electronics recycling • Emergency response • Fuels blending • Household hazardous waste • Incineration • Internet reporting services • Laboratory chemical services • Low-level radioactive waste • On-site services • Reactive chemicals management • Recycling and recovery • Remediation • Specialty services • Stabilization and landfill • Training and awareness programs • TransportationNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS www.VeoliaES.com
  27. 27. KEY FIGURES • Regional and national service offering – Serving US and Puerto Rico – 1,600 employees – $350M 2006 revenues • Facilities: – 2 incineration facilities – 13 company operated TSDF’s – 36 (10) day in transit facilities – 4 fuels blending facilities – 5 electronics / metals recycling facilitiesNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS www.VeoliaES.com
  28. 28. MIX OF BUSINESS Electronic recycling Fuels/Reclaim 9% 12% Metal Recycling 3% Incineration 20% Services 56%NORTH AMERICA 2006 Revenue: $350 Million NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS www.VeoliaES.com
  29. 29. NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS www.VeoliaES.com
  30. 30. Veolia ES Industrial ServicesNORTH AMERICAINDUSTRIAL SERVICESwww.VeoliaES.com
  31. 31. SERVICE CAPABILITIES• Hydroblasting • Marine/Offshore Services• Ultra High Pressure Water • Emergency Response• Wet/Dry Vacuuming • Biosolids• Chemical Cleaning • Sewer Inspection, Cleaning, Managed Service• Precommissioning Services• Explosives/Deslaging• Tank Cleaning• Separation Technologies• Dredging• Waste Transportation• In Plant Services• Turnaround Management• Mechanical Services• Heat Exchanger Services• Abatement• Remediation• Surface Coating and Sandblasting• Industrial Diving with SaturationNORTH AMERICA Systems NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com INDUSTRIAL SERVICES www.VeoliaES.com
  32. 32. KEY FIGURES• Regional and national service offering – 30 years specialized industry experience – 4,900 employees in US and Canada – $560 M 2006 revenues• Facilities: – Over 70 service locations in US and CanadaNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com INDUSTRIAL SERVICES www.VeoliaES.com
  33. 33. NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com INDUSTRIAL SERVICES www.VeoliaES.com
  34. 34. Veolia ES Waste-to-EnergyNORTH AMERICAWASTE-TO-ENERGYwww.VeoliaES.com
  35. 35. SERVICE CAPABILITIES • Develop, design, construct and operate waste-to- energy incinerators • Oversee full waste-to-energy plant operations including waste delivery, unloading, separation, feeding, combustion, energy recovery, residue management and pollution controls • Assured destruction of non-regulated wasteNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com WASTE-TO-ENERGY www.VeoliaES.com
  36. 36. KEY FIGURES • 670 employees • $190 M 2006 revenues • Facilities: – 11 waste-to-energy plants operated in the US and Canada – 4.9 million tons of municipal waste disposed of annually – Electrical energy generated to meet the needs of 345,000 households • Operating and safety excellence – OSHA VPP (5 plants) – ISO 14001 Environmental Certified (8 plants)NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com WASTE-TO-ENERGY www.VeoliaES.com
  37. 37. NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com WASTE-TO-ENERGY www.VeoliaES.com
  38. 38. Veolia ES North AmericaVESNA Financial ReviewNORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com
  39. 39. Revenue ($ in millions) + 15.7% 1,842 1,591 1,455 1,376 1,317 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006NORTH AMERICA Note: 2002 & 2003 presented in Local GAAP, 2004 - 2006 presented in IFRS NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  40. 40. Contribution to growth from all areas ofthe business 2005 versus 2006 revenue (in $millions) 800 +8% 700 +39% 600 500 +10% 400 2005 2006 300 +5% 200 100 0 Solid Waste Industrial Technical WTENORTH AMERICA Services Solutions NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
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  42. 42. AMERICA AND GLOBAL WARMING “HAVE WE TURNED UP EARTH’S THERMOSTAT?” Chicago Tribune Jan. 10, 2007NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  43. 43. AMERICA AND GLOBAL WARMING “MORE COMPLEX THAN IT LOOKS” • Kyoto Protocol (signed) but never enforced by Congress • USA (5% of world population) 27% of world CO2 • Per Capita American Carbon emission 20 Tons/year (European 10 T, Chinese 4 T, Indian <2T) • Former Chairman of Senate Environment Committee: Global Warming… The greatest hoax EverNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  44. 44. AMERICA AND GLOBAL WARMING (Cont…) “MORE COMPLEX THAN IT LOOKS”• But – Pittsburgh No. 400 City after LA, San Francisco, N.Y., Chicago to sign the US Mayors climate protection agreement – California from “High Tech to Green Tech State” – Regional Green house gas initiative signed in 7 states – Mr. President himself in favor of alternative to “oil addiction”NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  45. 45. Ethanol: Good or Bad Idea? Bad: Food vs. Fuel (corn, wheat, etc.) • Corn price per bushel x2 to $4.00 • “Ay Tortilla” crisis in Mexico • Sugar cane Brazilian model not duplicable • Poor energy mass balance Good: Cellulosic ethanol (wood/waste) • Biofuel from grease trap (France) • Secondary liquid fuel (UK, USA) • Biofuel from trash (Okeelanta, USA) • Trash to fuel (Oslo, Norway) Timing • Tsunami (2004) Katrina/Rita (2005) Stern report (2006) • European commitment to cut Co2 emissions • 30% (2020) – 50% (2050) vs. 1990 Unique momentum for change in public behaviorNORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  46. 46. TURNING WASTE INTO A RESOURCENORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  47. 47. Summary• Fully integrated waste services company across the full value chain – Key market differentiation with competition• Focused on profitable growth – Contract awards and renewals in more mature markets (solid waste, waste-to-energy) – Strong growth opportunities and extension of business in new high- value niche service markets (e.g. marine services) – Improved pricing environment (solid waste and hazardous waste) – Tuck-in acquisitions to complement core portfolio of business• Continuation of efficiency efforts post Veolia Efficiency Plan• Continued focus on driving improved ROCE and cash flow – Improved operating performance – Selective investments in core markets (All projects must meet IRR = WACC + 3%)NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  48. 48. Turning waste into a resource Questions? Thank You.NORTH AMERICA NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
  49. 49. Investor Relations contact information • Nathalie PINON, Head of Investor Relations 38 Avenue Kléber – 75116 Paris - France Telephone +33 1 71 75 01 67 Fax +33 1 71 75 10 12 e-mail nathalie.pinon@veolia.com • Brian SULLIVAN, Vice President, US Investor Relations 700 E. Butterfield Road -Suite 201 Lombard, IL 60148 - USA Telephone +1 (630) 371 2749 Fax +1 (630) 282 0423 e-mail brian.sullivan@veoliaes.com Web siteNORTH AMERICA http://www.veolia-finance.com NORTH AMERICAwww.VeoliaES.com www.VeoliaES.com
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