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COVID 19 - Séché Environnement employees remain mobilized to fulfill their mission


The exceptional health context that we face reminds us that waste management is a major public health issue. In all of the territories in which we operate, in France and internationally, our activities are essential and strategic because they guarantee the maintenance of public health and economic activity while helping to protect people.

In this new context of the Covid-19 health crisis, exceptional measures have been taken to contain the spreading of the virus. This is a collective challenge that we do not know how long will last.

To continue with our mission, we have established a new organization, to protect all of our employees and implement  government recommendations. Our priority is the health of all, our employees, our partners, our customers and more generally through our interventions, the health of all our fellow citizens. This demanding and rigorous organization allows us to continue our activities, to provide our expertise, and to guarantee our customers a high-quality service for the recovery and treatment of their waste.

Our mobilization in the field is total, to respond to this unprecedented situation. This mobilization would not be possible without the involvement and professionalism of all of our employees on our sites, each of whom is deeply aware of the strategic nature of our businesses to meet this collective challenge.

It is with our customers and the unfailing commitment of the women and men of the Group that we will weather this crisis.

Maxime Séché - CEO