Veolia In Ghana

About Veolia

Veolia group aims to be the benchmark company for ecological transformation. In 2022, with nearly 220,000 employees worldwide, the Group designs and provides game-changing solutions that are both useful and practical for water, waste and energy management. Through its three complementary business activities, Veolia helps to develop access to resources, preserve available resources, and replenish them.
In 2022, the Veolia group provided 111 million inhabitants with drinking water and 97 million with sanitation, produced 44 terawatt hours and recovered 61 million tonnes of waste.


Veolia Ghana Limited is partly owned by Veolia Africa which is a subsidiary of Veolia Group, with its Head Office in France and by CH Group through its subsidiary West African Surface Solutions Ghana Limited.

Our principal activities are: to provide, operate and maintain water and wastewater facilities, solid and liquid waste treatment plants, and energy services; which we aim to contribute to the sustainable development of communities and industries. Veolia’s  trusted ability in the operations and maintenance of these solutions is reinforced by more than 160 years of expertise.

Our Footprint In Ghana

Headquartered in Accra, Veolia Ghana boasts of a larger footprint in the mining industry to offer waste water treatment services.

We're very interested in building out our hazardous waste, circular economy and water treatment capabilities. So we're really focused on seeing what opportunities might exist for doing that. We believe we have a first-rate, customer-facing organization (in the environmental solutions and services division)... Where we would like to get stronger and to build out our capabilities is in the treatment locale. So looking for opportunities to either expand or to acquire in the wastewater and hazardous waste space. Looking at technologies or service capabilities, where we could recycle industrial or special waste to really accentuate the theme that the company has on trying to reduce waste streams.

Adrien Cerino
MD - Veolia Ghana