to lead North American zone
CHICAGO, Sept. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of Veolia Environnement's
ongoing global transformation program, the company's operations have been organized into nine integrated, geographically based businesses to address the public and private sectors' interrelated energy, water and waste challenges.
Led by Terry Mah, president and CEO of Veolia Environnement North America, the North American zone now includes all Veolia operations in the United States and Canada, including Veolia Environmental Services North America, Veolia Water North America and the Veolia Energy business in the U.S. The company's transformation goals also include establishing a simpler, more nimble organization that continues developing innovative new business models, increases industrial market activities and focuses on additional valued-added technical services.
A microbiologist and environmental engineer, Mah most recently served as chief operating officer of Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, International Municipal. Prior to that, Mah served in a variety of capacities in the United States for Veolia companies for 10 years.
Veolia Environnement North America
has been organized around two business and operations teams - one focused on the municipal/commercial sector and one focused on industrial markets.
Heading those teams and reporting directly to Mah is Bill DiCroce, executive vice president and chief operating officer for the Municipal and Commercial business, and Steve Hopper, executive vice president and chief operating officer for the Industrial business.
"As the global leader, we truly believe Veolia
is uniquely positioned to provide solutions that address the interrelated challenges of water, energy and waste management," said Mah