Are You Ready for the Resource Revolution?
Climate change, drought, pollution. It’s no longer possible to ignore the perils of our unsustainable relationship with the planet. That’s why we at Veolia North America believe we must take massive action now.
For us, this isn’t just an idea—it’s the philosophy at the heart of our business that we put into practice each and every day. Learn more about how we’re using innovative new technologies and approaches to conserve water, reduce energy consumption, protect local ecosystems, and more.
We are happy to take part in many events that support our community.
- Water Efficient Landscaping classes
- Water Awareness Week
- Adopt-a-School intern program
- Summer water conservation campaign
- Xeriscape demonstration garden
- Idaho Environmental Forum
- Boise WaterShed Education Center
- UW Cares low-income assistance program
- Marden Treatment Plant tours
- Water conservation partnership with Idaho Rivers United
- Rake Up Boise
- i-STEM Education and Teacher Workshops
- Releaf Boise
- Boise RiverSweep
- Idaho Public Television Fundraising
- St. Luke’s Health Foundation
- Boise Valley Economic Partnership
- Boise 150 Sesquicentennial Celebration
- Davis Cup Tennis Community Celebration
Conservation Contest Video
Veolia is proud to sponsor a summer conservation video contest for 9th through 12th grade students in the Boise School District and Bishop Kelly High School. Showing us conservation through their eyes, students create public service announcements for our summer conservation campaign. The winning entries air on local television and our social media platforms during the summer season when consumer demand for water rises significantly.
The winning entry is awarded a $1,500 donation to their classroom from Veolia through the Boise Schools Educational Foundation or the Bishop Kelly Foundation. Second place is awarded $750 and third place is awarded a $500.
Veolia sponsors water conservation programs each year as part of its multi-platform communications to raise awareness among consumers for conserving water resources.