SITA UK, a subsidiary of SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT, is a recycling and resource management company, generating environmental value, social value and economic value from our nation's waste. The company delivers environmentally responsible and increasingly innovative solutions for the public, local government, industry and commerce, enabling our customers to reduce their impact on the environment. SITA UK serves over 12 million people and handles more than eight million tons of domestic, commercial and industrial waste through a network of recycling, composting, energy-from-waste and landfill facilities. SITA UK employs over 5,500 staff and has an annual turnover in excess of £770 million.
Natural resources are not infinite. Each day, SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT ( Paris: SEV, Brussels: SEVB) and its subsidiaries deal with the challenge of protecting resources by providing innovative solutions to industry and to millions of people. SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT supplies drinking water to 96.6 million people, provides wastewater treatment services for 66.3 million people and collects the waste produced by 50 million people. SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT has 79,550 employees and, with its presence on five continents, is a world leader exclusively dedicated to water and waste management services. In 2012, SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT, a subsidiary in which GDF SUEZ has a 35.7% interest, generated revenues of EUR 15.1 billion.WEST LONDON WASTE AUTHORITY West London Waste Authority (WLWA) is a statutory waste disposal authority and was created in 1986. Refuse and recycling collection and the operation of Household Re-use and Recycling Centres will not form part of the contract with SITA UK ITOCHU CORPORATION (ITOCHU) ITOCHU, a publicly traded company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, with total assets of approximately £42.8 billion ( Mar 2012), was founded in 1858 and currently has approximately 130 offices in 66 countries. ITOCHU ' s global infrastructure holdings include : development projects or investments in renewable energy and power generation; transportation assets; and water and desalination facilities. Especially in UK' s infrastructure, ITOCHU, together with SITA UK, has developed four energy-from-waste projects including: South Tyne and Wear, Cornwall, Merseyside and West London. LLOYDS BANKING GROUP