Founded in 2004 by François Bouché in Toulouse for the revitalization operation of the AZF site, VALGO is a company specialized in soil and brownfield remediation, asbestos removal and deconstruction operations and the transformation of organic waste into energy. The company experiences an important expansion since 2011 in France and since 2014 abroad. VALGO is developing a unique global solution to promote the revitalization of industrial wastelands and other kinds of contaminated sites. The "VALGOrisation" is a model that consists of the combination of site and soil remediation operations with technical and financial engineering in order to develop ecologically responsible and economically viable projects, allowing this way a long-term industrial reconversion.
To propose to you the most efficient solution of depollution
We cover the entire French territory to meet your needs more accurately
To innovate to revitalize polluted sites and soils
An internal R & D laboratory to master the best depollution techniques.
To put men at the heart of our strategy
Our day-to-day concerns are the safety and the training of all our employees.
To integrate sustainable development into all our activities
An interest for sustainable development shared with all of our stakeholders.
At a time of reasonable use of natural resources and the need for a more circular economy, the raison d'être of VALGO is to revitalize polluted sites and soils, especially brownfields. A model that can decontaminate buildings, depollute the soil and rebuild the city on the city while today, in France, the equivalent of a department is artificialized every 8 years.
Our teams spread in 12 agencies in France and with more than 400 employees provide effective solutions to pollution and contamination problems – including asbestos – to our private and public clients. This national coverage promotes our responsiveness, the respect of deadlines and the quality of services that we provide you on a daily basis.
Every year, we support more than two thirds of our employees in developing their skills. Our training policy represents a significant annual budget (350,000 € in 2018), which is a necessary condition for the safety of our employees on construction sites, but also for their professional development.