Conservation Volunteers welcomes Veolia as a major corporate partner. In 2015 Veolia and Conservation Volunteers commenced a three year partnership to share a common goal of a creating a sustainable environment. The partnership was official launched on 27 January 2015, with the Veolia executive team and key stakeholders attending a Koala Breakfast at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo.
Veolia is a global leader in environmental solutions who work closely with government and business to help them reach their sustainability goals with water, waste and energy solutions.
“Conservation Volunteers is a partner which understands the importance we place on fostering and supporting sustainable outcomes, not only for the company but for our clients and the local communities in which we operate and live,” said Veolia’s Managing Director, Doug Dean AM.
Veolia employees across Australia and New Zealand will take part in practical initiatives to enhance waterways and wetlands and protect flora and fauna habitat connecting with the community where they work and live.
Examples of some of the projects being supported through this program:
• Maintaining bandicoot habitat at Woodlands Historic Park in Melbourne
• Undertaking habitat and biodiversity improvement at the historic Old Mill Site at Boolarra in West Gippsland
• Planting more than 2,000 habitat trees for glossy black cockatoos near Tarago, NSW
• Undertaking marine debris surveys and clean-up activities in Perth
• Restoring a nature walk at The Liffey Falls State Reserve in Tasmania
• Wetland restoration activities at Northern Barker Inlet in Port Adelaide