"Our mission is to ensure that sources are not depleted by managing scarce resources and creating new ones. We are committed to reducing carbon dioxide emissions, protecting the environment and building the circular economy."
Our ambitions in the area of the 'energy transition' and the 'circular economy’ we are not realising on our own. Suppliers play an important role as well. Veolia Purchasing connects your (innovative) concept, service or product to the needs of our business. In this way, together we relieve our customers of the burden of a sustainable energy supply and circular raw materials.
What do we ask from a supplier?
Within the framework of Veolia's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy, one of our objectives is to monitor the sustainability performance of our suppliers. To achieve this, Veolia has selected the EcoVadis CSR monitoring platform.
With 20,000 evaluated suppliers worldwide, they are market leaders in the field of sustainability assessments. This internationally registered platform allows you to demonstrate progress in the field of sustainability to your customers (i.e. beyond merely Veolia) through CSR audits and self-assessments.
If you would like to have more information about the EcoVadis platform, please click here.
General guidelines for supplier relations
Veolia Nederland is part of the French multinational Veolia Environnement and has drawn up a set of general guidelines within the group of affiliated companies that indicate what it expects from suppliers in the area of 'safety, health & environment', 'measures regarding corruption', 'fair competition' and 'human rights'. These so-called 'General Principles for Suppliers' can be consulted here.
Veolia operates in various markets and has different needs regarding the delivery of goods and services. For this reason, Veolia applies different purchasing conditions and conditions.
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Veolia prefers an efficient and sustainable invoicing process. That is why we prefer to work with digital invoicing; a fast and reliable way of sending invoices that leads to cost savings on both your and our side.
An overview of the different entities that come under Veolia Netherlands with the (e-mail) addresses to which you can send your invoice can be found here.
The invoice must be clearly drawn up and contain at least the following information in order to be processed:
- the purchase order number of Veolia;
- the full name and that of the Veolia entity that placed the order;
- the full address and that of the Veolia entity that placed the order (it is not sufficient to mention only a P.O. Box number);
- the VAT number (in the case of fiscal units, this is the VAT number of the department that supplies the service);
- the CoC number;
- the date of issue of the invoice;
- a sequential number;
- the nature of the goods or services you provided;
- the quantity of the goods or the extent of the services you provided;
- the date on which the goods or services were delivered, or the date of an advance payment;
- the amount you charge, excluding VAT (also include the unit price, if applicable).
- the VAT rate you charge;
- The VAT amount.