Germany's largest dual system is now part of the Hamburg-based waste management group after Veolia took over parts of the Suez business.
The authorities had approved Veolia's takeover of large parts of the French water and waste company Suez at the end of 2021. With the merger, Belland Vision now moves from Suez to Veolia, the world's largest waste management group, which as the new owner of the dual system with a market share of almost 20 percent now also heads the German system operators. As Euwid reports on the takeover of Belland Vision by Veolia, the plastics recycling of QCP (Quality Circular Polymers) in Sittard-Geelen in the Netherlands is also changing from Suez to Veolia, as is a sorting plant for lightweight packaging in Ochtendung in Rhineland-Palatinate. "With Veolia behind us, we can continue to drive the transformation of used packaging into new packaging and provide our customers with the best possible support on issues relating to recyclability and the use of recyclates" says Diana Uschkoreit, Managing Director of Belland Vision. As part of Veolia and with Europe's largest recycling capacity for plastic packaging, Belland Vision will have the opportunity to support customers even more efficiently in the use of recyclate in the future, she added.