SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions, an environmental resource company, celebrated its ribbon cutting ceremony Oct. 11 at 21222 Spell Circle, Tomball, within the Tomball Business & Technology Park. The facility was originally located in The Woodlands, but the company relocated its operations to Tomball about one month ago.
Nancy White, SUEZ executive vice president for North America, said the new facility is smaller but smarter and built with a more modular design, which allows for more equipment to fit inside.
Moving SUEZ to Tomball also brought 80 full-time jobs to the city, Tomball Mayor Gretchen Fagan said.
SUEZ is the second tenant in the Tomball Business & Technology Park, following Packers Plus.
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