Mark Rupke

Mark Rupke

Vice President Operations at Veolia Environnement company

Location:
36-38 Avenue Kleber, Paris, Ile-de-France, France
HQ Phone:
+33 1 71 75 00 00
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last updated 11/10/2017

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Senior Engineer - Wastewater Treatment  - City of Toronto

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Mark Rupke
Residuals & Biosolids and Public Education Committee Veolia Water 150 Pony Drive, Ste.#2 Newmarket, ON L3Y 7B6 Phone: 905-868-9683 x24

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From left, Councillor Bill Kilpatrick, Veolia's vice president of Canadian operations Mark Rupke, Councillor Charles Mullett, Veolia's Bancroft project manager Duane Forth, Councillor Mary Kavanagh, Acting Mayor Paul Jenkins, Councillors Tracy and Barry McGibbon and CAO Hazel Lambe stand together after finalizing their contract together. / NATE SMELLE Staff

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Veolia's vice president of Canadian operations Mark Rupke and its project manager for Bancroft Duane Forth were on hand at the meeting to sign the deal and provide insight on Veolia and how they plan to handle the transition.
Veolia manages 558 facilities in North America, and employs hundreds of thousands of employees around the world. Rupke joked that they are one of "the biggest companies in the world that nobody's ever heard of. Pointing out that nearly all the facilities Veolia manages in North America were taken over from other operators, Rupke is confident that the transition in Bancroft will go smoothly. "Transitioning staff and transitioning facilities is second nature for us," he said. Rupke indicated that Veolia has a transition plan in place that they have been working on since they began putting together their proposal. The transition plan consists of 322 different detailed items - administration, hiring staff, health and safety, establishing suppliers, etc. - that need to be addressed by the company before the transition period wraps up on March 1, 2018. Rupke said that Veolia is sending two health and safety representatives from the corporate office in the U.S. to Bancroft on Nov. 6 and Nov. 7 to perform an initial assessment of the plant. "Between now and Jan. 1 we have plenty of time to get ready," said Rupke.

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