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‘Give and Take’ – this is what a good partnership between sisters is all about. And this is just what is happening between Transdev and REMONDIS. Just one example of this can be found in Australia: Transdev, the global public transport operator, has selected REMONDIS, the provider of integral circular economy and water management services, to manage all of the residual and recyclable materials generated by its business locations. All in all, Transdev’s public transport operations produce around 200 tonnes of waste and recyclables every month.
Thanks to this cooperation, REMONDIS will now be serving 60 new business locations across Australia, including 29 ferries in Sydney. It is the goal of both parties to work together to dynamically shape the development of the regions. And what is the best way to do this? By transferring know-how and sharing key technologies. The number one priority here is always to promote sustainability and conserve natural resources.
Transdev, a global operator of mobility solutions, already operates seven different modes of public transport in Australia and New Zealand. These include the ferries in Sydney as well as buses and trams.