Veolia Australia and New Zealand CEO Doug Dean has announced his retirement and named his successor.
Danny Conlon has been appointed as Veolia’s CEO and Managing Director, effective 1 July 2018 and will be responsible for the continued growth and success of Veolias’ portfolio of water, waste and energy operations.
Mr Dean has worked with Veolia for 27 years and oversaw a period of sustained growth and achieved a number of successful acquisitions and joint ventures.
He will take on a consulting role with Veolia to provide strategic advice and governance support for the organisation as needed.
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The company has thanked Mr Dean for his significant contributions to the business over the last three decades.
Mr Conlon has been an employee of Veolia for more than 20 years, beginning as a Waste Collection Operations Manager. He was the Executive General Manager for Veolia’s East-Coast Operations since 2014.