Energy / Environment

Green light, subject to condition, to the takeover of Suez RV OSIS by SARP, a subsidiary of Veolia

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At the end of its analysis, the Autorité noted that the parties together would hold important positions in the maintenance of networks and sanitation facilities for communities in Île-de-France, without other competitors being able to effectively counterbalance their market power. It therefore considered that the transaction entailed a risk of harming competition, by strengthening SARP in this market and depriving local authorities of a competitive alternative.

In order to remedy the risks of harming competition identified by the Autorité, SARP has committed to divest 8 Suez RV OSIS branches, located mainly in Île-de-France, thereby eliminating any competition concerns.

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