Arcadis extends environmental role with paint giant AkzoNobel

Arcadis has worked in 40 countries for AkzoNobel (Courtesy of AkzoNobel)
Dutch construction consultant Arcadis has renewed its three-year, global contract for environmental management for AkzoNobel, the Dutch paints and coatings multinational.

The renewed contract expands existing agreements under which Arcadis is one of only three preferred suppliers of environmental services to the largest paint company in the world.

Work under this contract will be executed in Europe, the Americas and Asia. Over the past years, Arcadis has worked in 40 countries for AkzoNobel.

Under the new contract, Arcadis will help AkzoNobel with the closure, remediation, and transfer of company locations. The new contract also includes the potential to provide services in the areas of environmental management, and for energy savings, sustainability, water treatment and use, as well as water savings consulting.

Martijn Karrenbeld, Arcadis global director for private sector industries, said the ongoing role with AkzoNobel gives the company “a distinguishing position in the market”.

Brett Whittleton, AkzoNobel global director for legacy operations, said: “We’re proud to follow up the announcement of our pioneering carbon reduction target with the continuation of our partnership with Arcadis, an industry leading provider of environmental services.”

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