Our candidates are on a worldwide mission to analyze, understand and discover the richness of energy and environment activities. Like all GDF SUEZ employees, they are committed to responsible energy.
currently in France
currently in France
Entering the waste business
Each day of this week : a train, a new site, and different jobs
Monday, February 7
On Monday, visit of a very innovative service offered by SITA Sweden. On the Hotel Post construction site in Göteborg, 2 SITA employees are working full time to sort out wastes and to manage their loading in SITA trucks. SITA constantly adapts its way to work to the construction site constraints what is really valuable for the client. Besides being green-friendly, the client saves also money by increasing his recycling rate !
Tuesday, February 8
At SITA Sweden headquarters, we learn more about the waste business. Sweden is our first and last plunged into this field during the Golden Mission. With 60 sites in Sweden, the company collects and sort out tons of wastes.
Wednesday, February 9
Waiting for the train, a kind of second house for us during this 2 weeks in Sweden !
Thursday, February 10
For SITA Värmland, hire young people is a real issue : lots of truck drivers are on the path for retirement. That is why SITA is committed with Södra Viken Forest and Transportation High School in a partnership that has two sides :
On one hand, students discover a company and have the opportunity to practice what they are learning. On the other hand, SITA can train good students and hire them as soon as they graduate !
Friday, February 11
Near a sorting out facility in the Stockholm area, we cross a SITA truck on his way to the site of a client. Its empty containers will replace the client full ones.
Saturday, February 12
Visit of Stockholm under the snow…For sure one of the most beautiful cities in the world !
Sunday, February 13
Cultural visit at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm : amazed by this extremely well preservated ship from the 17th century which sank in the harbour of Stockholm during its first journey.