Veolia and The Fulton County Board of Commissioners have renewed their partnership for Veolia to continue operating, maintaining and managing the county's wastewater facilities. The agreement is for five years and is valued at $60 million; it covers a combined treatment capacity of 40 million gallons of wastewater per day.
Veolia has provided services to Fulton County since 2010, currently serving 200,000 people in the northern area in the county:
As part of the renewal, Veolia remains committed to supporting the county's disadvantaged business program through a mentor-protege approach that trains and grows qualified firms in Fulton County. The program is focused on recruiting firms interested in providing services to the county. The number of qualified subcontractors and vendors in the program has grown from 17 in 2010 to 20 during the last five years, with 30 percent of Veolia's fee being spent with minority- and women-owned businesses.