Our main categories are: chemicals, collection trucks, vehicles, network equipment, pumps, instrumentation, disinfection, mechanical for treatment, metering including smart meters, energy from waste, off road equipment, wheelie plastic bins, Intellectual Services, information technologies (IT), energies and utilities, maintenance repairs and operations (MRO), human resources services, etc.
A supplier relationship management governance gives guidelines to classify suppliers and define related processes and activities that SUEZ purchasers and stakeholders are managing. Its aims are:
SUEZ is committed to behave toward suppliers with fairness, transparency and impartiality, in accordance with regulations and according to the rules and principles of its Ethics Charter.
The Purchasing division aims at extend the Group’s ethical culture to all stakeholders in the procurement value chain. The Sustainable Purchasing charter introduces SUEZ commitments toward sustainable procurement as well as expected commitments from our suppliers in order to fully integrate in our relationships environmental, social and economic objectives and value creation.
Furthermore, a Sustainable Purchasing policy defines measures, tools and procedures for purchasing organization and stakeholders to develop and secure sustainable performance. Here below some initiatives: