Postd at 25 May 2021 in News.
In Ivry/Paris XIII (IP13) the current incineration centre, the largest waste incinerator in Europe, is coming to the end of its life, as its operating life cannot extend beyond 2023. To meet the new environmental challenges, an ambitious project to transform the current site is about to be launched. The birth of a state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly factory A new energy... Continue reading.
Postd at 24 February 2021 in News.
The health and safety of employees must be ensured on a daily basis and environmental protection must be increasingly encouraged. Companies must constantly adapt to meet these objectives in the best possible way. Hazemeyer is part of this progressive approach and is renewing its’ MASE certification for a further three years in order to achieve ever-higher performance in terms of... Continue reading.
Postd at 11 February 2021 in News.
Polymers (polypropylene, polyethylene, polystyrene) produced by the petrochemical industry are used as raw materials in the manufacture of a wide range of domestic and industrial products. There has been a strong increase in the demand for petrochemical intermediates caused by a growing demand for consumer goods, particularly from emerging countries. At the same time the petrochemical sector is undergoing profound... Continue reading.
Postd at 5 February 2021 in News.
With this renewal obtained at the end of 2020, Hazemeyer confirms its desire to pursue a process of continuous improvement in the quality of the services offered to its customers. Indeed, thanks to its management system, Hazemeyer is constantly adapting in terms of agility, skills, innovation, risk management, cost control and ensures the supply of quality products and services that... Continue reading.
Postd at 1 February 2021 in News.
A few hours before Christmas, Hazemeyer was entrusted with the construction of 9 HV/LV electrical substations and Liberty low-voltage switchboards for an offshore renewable energy project. This project is designed to supply medium-voltage power to the new French industrial platform at the Grand Port Maritime du Havre. France’s largest offshore renewable energy project Scheduled to come on stream at the... Continue reading.