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Earth Alive Clean Technologies develops and distributes environmentally sound microbial products that resolve some of the greatest sustainability challenges currently faced in the agriculture and infrastructure sectors. Based on scientific research starting in 2005, Earth Alive Clean Technologies and strategic partners developed two microbial products and the last phases of R&D towards commercialization began in 2012. Our biotechnology innovations have allowed us to create environmentally sustainable products, which replace the harmful chemicals conventionally used in various industries, with a focus on Agriculture and Infrastructure & Maintenance.

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Suez sponsors water in mining 2019

With 90,000 people on the fi ve continents, SUEZ is a world leader in smart and sustainable resource management. We provide water and waste management solutions that enable cities and industries optimize their resource management and strengthen their environmental and economic performances, in line with regulatory standards. To meet increasing demands to overcome resource quality and scarcity challenges, SUEZ is fully engaged in the resource revolution. Global economic growth is steadily driving the production of ores, minerals and raw materials. Easy to reach resources are becoming depleted, paving the way for more complex and difficult mining projects to keep up with worldwide demand. Significant price fluctuations on the world markets together with increasingly stringent environmental regulations and water scarcity are putting pressure on the mining industry to shift towards more responsible and profi table operations. At SUEZ, we understand the value of resources above and below ground and we are ready to improve the feasibility and profi tability of mining projects with solutions that place the environment and social responsibility at the forefront. Using local roots and global expertise, we accompany the mining sector with reliable solutions adapted to every stage of a mine’s life, from planning and construction, operation and closure, to rehabilitation.

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