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Public private partnerships (PPPs) between public sector customers and REMONDIS clearly demonstrate that such collaboration work makes much better business sense for both partners and is particularly sustainable. The focus here is not on the interests of the individual parties but always on the task of providing high quality services, charging a fair price, keeping the environment clean and ensuring the district has a strong and healthy future. PPPs between local authorities and REMONDIS may have initially been set up simply to fulfil a specific purpose but over the years they have become a genuine partnership of shared values.
A PPP with REMONDIS can make the very most of the group’s 800+ treatment & recycling facilities
All of the 50 PPPs involving REMONDIS are successful and generate income for the shareholders and pay both VAT and business tax to public authorities. Being a service provider, REMONDIS always focuses on delivering excellence. An extensive market research study recently questioned public sector partners to see how satisfied they were with REMONDIS’ services. The results speak for themselves: the company was judged to be ‘good’ or even ‘very good’ for the two most important criteria, ‘reliability’ and ‘expertise’.
Being a shareholder in the business, REMONDIS injects its own capital into the PPP. REMONDIS’ economic strength ensures that secure capital is injected into the business and that both partners can benefit from solid, long-term financing.
Being a family-run company, we practise the values we promote. For our partners, this not only means that our collaboration is based on trust and reliability but also, and above all, on continuity – from financial matters all the way through to safeguarding jobs.
Furthermore, PPPs with REMONDIS open up many new fields of business that directly benefit the public purse. Thanks to REMONDIS investing above-average sums in its business, public sector partners can rest assured that they have access to state-of-the-art plants and facilities and a modern infrastructure.
Collaborating with REMONDIS does not simply mean waste collection but professional treatment and recycling activities as well. Each year, recycled materials help cut raw material imports into Germany by ca. 20 billion euros. Moreover, the recycling sector is making a huge contribution towards cutting carbon emissions and curbing global warming.
When it comes to managing water, REMONDIS not only focuses on supplying the highest possible quality of water but also on recovering valuable raw materials – such as phosphorus from wastewater.
This collaboration work enables the public sector partners to contribute towards conserving our planet’s natural resources and preventing climate change. A PPP with REMONDIS gives them access to the group’s network of over 800 treatment and recycling plants and facilities. The local authorities can use the whole of its recycling supply chain and make the most of the opportunities available to them to drive sustainable development – especially for its public services.
The fundamental principles of public private partnerships have been around for over 100 years now and these collaborations have proven to be a highly successful business model. REMONDIS is the perfect partner here – one that strengthens the value of public sector property and ensures that a close eye is kept on the tasks that local authorities must deliver.
Public private partnerships with REMONDIS are more than simply a business providing a range of services. They are genuine partnerships that share the same values and the same social responsibilities.
Being a family-run company with a long tradition, REMONDIS places great importance on reliability, continuity and responsibility – focusing on municipal values and promoting a healthy environment. With this common understanding, REMONDIS is able to create a strong base on which greater sustainability can be injected into public services.