Contributor: Nina Cambadelis

Nina Cambadelis

About Nina Cambadelis

Nina manages Veolia’s Corporate Social Responsibility in China, Japan and South Korea and plays a role of coordination for the rest of Asia. She is in charge of different activities related to development of competencies, consultancy on sustainability performance and animation of an innovation program to foster experience sharing. She also supports business developers in doing researches; enriching business offers with CSR related differentiating factors and providing commercial references as well as communication tools. Previously, she worked at the French Foreign Office and French Embassy in Vietnam, where she was involved in external communication regarding political affairs, research and project management. These missions gave her insights on strategic links between private partners and public institutions in order to improve business relations and partnerships in emerging and developed markets. Nina has a background of social sciences, with a bachelor degree in philosophy and a post-graduate degree in International Affairs at the Institute of Political Sciences in Paris (Sciences Po Paris).

T Park: Waste-to-Energy In Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s increasing waste load by 2030 will put tremendous pressure on its management capability. Veolia’s Nina Cambadelis introduces T PARK, a state-of-the-art sludge treatment facility that turns waste into energy while achieving ‘zero wastewater discharge’ … more

Valuing The True Cost Of Water

Water-related risks can be numerous for any given operational site. Nina Cambadelis & Johann Clere walk us through how Veolia’s tool, “The True Cost of Water” can mitigate risks and show potential economic gains … more

Wastewater to Energy in Urumqi

In Urumqi, China water & energy demand has increased due to rapid growth. Veolia’s Nina Cambadelis on how they upgraded a wastewater treatment plant in Urumqi to produce biogas from the digestion of sewage sludge … more

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