Veolia Environnement: Press Release
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http://pdf.reuters.com/htmlnews/8knews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=urn:newsml:reuters.com:20130314:nBw145762a PARIS--(Business Wire)-- Regulatory News: At today`s meeting of the Board of Directors of Veolia Environnement (Paris:VIE) chaired by Mr. Antoine Frérot, the Board decided to propose the following resolutions to the Shareholders` Meeting: * ratification and renewal of the appointment of Ms. Marion Guillou, co-opted as a director at the Board`s meeting on December 12, 2012; * renewal of the term of office of the Caisse des dépôts et consignations, represented by Mr. Olivier Mareuse, and of the term of office of Mr. Paolo Scaroni; * non-renewal of the term of office of Mr. Philippe Kourilsky, to whom the Board expresses its deepest gratitude for his dedication and quality of work. The adoption of these resolutions will reduce the number of members of the Board of Directors to sixteen and will increase the percentage of women on the Board to 19%. A proposal will also be made to the Shareholders` Meeting to set the age limit for the Vice-Chairman or Vice-Chairmen of the Board of Directors at 75 years. *** Veolia Environnement (Paris Euronext: VIE and NYSE: VE) is the worldwide reference in environmental solutions. With 220,000 employees*, the company has operations all around the world and provides tailored solutions to meet the needs of municipal and industrial customers in three complementary segments: water management, waste management and energy management. Veolia Environnement recorded revenue of €29.4 billion* in 2012. www.veolia.com (* ) Excluding VeoliaTransdev employees and revenues currently under divestment Press release also available on our web site: http://www.finance.veolia.com Analyst and institutional investor contact: Ronald Wasylec +33 1 71 75 12 23 US Investors contact: Terri Anne Powers, Tel +1 312-552-2890 Copyright Business Wire 2013
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