Pascale Guiffant, Sustainable Development and Reputation Deputy Director at Suez since 2014, was formerly International Communications Director for the Group. She graduated from the Angers High School of Agriculture, with a major in the social management of water, Montpellier-SupAgro and Sciences Po Paris. She joined Suez in 2001, working for Johannesburg Water Management, where she defined the development plan for water and sanitation services for informal settlements in the economic capital of South Africa. She subsequently led the “Water for All” program, which coordinates projects for access to water and sanitation services for disadvantaged populations in all the areas where Suez operates. In 2007, she co-created the Social Engineering Department and became its Deputy Director. She is also the co-founder of the Water Right Makers association, which develops the exchange of expertise between stakeholders in the field concerning issues over the right to water and sanitation.
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In Southern countries, there is increasing demand for waste collection and management, with a positive impact on climate change. It calls for customized technical and social solutions. An interview with Pascale Guiffant, Sustainable Development Deputy Director for the French group Suez...