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    • Update on Large  Scale Ocean Desal  Scale Ocean Desal Plants Paul Choules – VP Desalination & Reuse Americas Desal.info@Veoliawater.com
    • Over 80 Years of Desalting Over 80 Years of Desalting CaribDA – has over 190 members www.CaribDA.com Some of the 1st Thermal & Membrane  Desal plants Desal plants
    • Contents 1. About Veolia • Globally • In the US • Desalination 2. Project Update • Gold Coast, Australia • Sur, Oman • Sydney, Australia • Fujairah 2, UAE F j i h 2 UAE • Other Interesting  projects Kindasa, Saudi Ashkelon, Israel 3. 3 Considerations 3
    • Veolia Environnement Key figures Global water cycle management Global waste management Total 2009 revenue : $18.1 billion and cleaning  World ‘s #1 Water Company Total 2009 revenue : $13.1 billion • No 2 in the orld for No.2 in the world for waste management services Staff /Freight Transportation Energy services and facilities  g and Logistics management g Total 2009 revenue : $8.5 billion • Total 2009 revenue : $10.2 billion N. American & Europe #1 Private  European leader in the energy services market Transportation Operator 2009 revenue: $49.8 billion Established in 1853 Over 320,000 employees located in 75 countries
    • A professional services operator providing solutions in the field p g 150 years of combining operations  as a core business with engineering  b h capabilities Partner to world’s leading cities  P t t ld’ l di iti NO. 1 IN WATER SERVICES  (and smaller communities) • $17.05 billion in revenues • Drinking water services to 80 million Drinking water services to 80 million  • 64 countries • 5,000 contracts managed  people and wastewater services for 58  worldwide million people • Proprietary technologies Proprietary technologies •A Approximately 600 North American  i t l 600 N th A i • R&D budget of ~ $200M communities
    • Veolia Water Veolia Water Businesses Veolia Water specializes in water and wastewater treatment services and  provides the technologies supporting these services Design/build of turnkey installations • Tailor‐made design • T h i l Technical specifications often devised by the customer ifi ti ft d i d b th t • Skills in design, construction and commissioning Technological solutions and associated services T h l i l l ti d i t d i • Standardized systems • Short lead times to deliveryy • Leasing options • Associated services (after‐sales) On‐site services • Operation and maint. of water and wastewater facilities • On‐site personnel • Outsourcing of the water cycle management
    • Veolia Water Believes Veolia Water Believes We believe in public control and  ownership Our environmental future depends on everyone  • Citizens/consumers can conserve and  protect resources • Technology companies can offer Technology companies can offer  solutions to minimize environmental  impact while saving communities  money • Governmental decision‐makers can seek  best‐in‐class solutions and hold  providers accountable for their  f performance   Accountability is key ‐ what gets  g measured gets done! 
    • Veolia’s Desal Position #1 in Contracting Capacity since 2000 with 1,578,000,000  GPD (5.6 million m3/D of capacity (5 6 o 3/ of capac y Capacity (m³/d) Veolia
    • Gold Coast SWRO 125,000 m3/D (33 MGD) End 2005 – January 2009 y US$1 Billion US$1 Billion Intake/Outfall
    • Gold Coast Project Overview Gold Coast Project Overview j Project works comprise: P j t k i • 33 MGD (125 ML/day) SWRO Plant • Intake/Outlet Tunnels (3 4m/10’ diameter) Intake/Outlet Tunnels (3.4m/10 diameter) • Network Pipeline (24.5 km/15 miles of 1m/3’ dia.) GCD Alliance delivered the project and are operating the plant  for the first 10 years (+ option of an additional 5 yrs)
    • Context Feasibility  Costing  Decision to  studies studies proceed
    • Context
    • Project Details Project Construction • 125 000 m3/day RO Plant (33 MGD) • Intake/outlet Tunnels (3.4m diameter) • Network Pipeline (24.5 km of 1m diameter) Project update • First permeate November 2008 • First potable water distribution 26 February 2009 • 100% Production and start of reliability trial 9 July 2009 • GCD Alliance will deliver the project and operate the plant for the first 10 years (+ option of a further 5 yrs) • Now into the operation phase • The Gold Coast plant has continued to operate at full capacity over the last month meeting all contractual compliance in relation to water quality and environmental requirements q
    • Process
    • Community Involvement Community Reference Group (CRG) meetings every month Key community group meetings and presentations – d (Sports Clubs, Chambers of Commerce, Schools, Rotary, Neighborhood Watch) Dedicated community engagement campaigns  Dedicated community engagement campaigns – (Taste Testing, Early Works, Proposed Traffic Access Changes, Open Days) Sponsorships Community Information Center
    • Environmental Considerations in Design Environmental Considerations in Design
    • Interaction with Neighbors Interaction with  Interaction with Neighbors Gold Coast Airport • Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Airport Ai • Bird Strike Management runway Landfill Facility • Site Remediation • Landfill Gas Management • Groundwater Management g Soccer Club, Residents • Community Information Center • Community Engagement Campaigns • Sponsorships
    • Intake Velocity Minimization Intake Velocity Minimization Low velocities to avoid entrainment of marine organisms.
    • Intake ‐ Monitoring & Impact Minimization Intake  Monitoring & Impact Minimization Intake ‐ Monitoring & Impact Minimization Marine Contaminants Minimization Neutralization Residuals treatment for solids and iron removal (lamella thickeners +  ( centrifuges)
    • 2. Around the site: Plant Integration 2 Around the site: Plant Integration
    • RO Performance Observations • Lower pressure & higher salt passage than projections • Feed water: up to 2°C temp. increase through HP/Recirc pumps • 3% mixing at DWEER Product Water Quality • Alkalinity = 50 mg/L • pH = 7.8 • Turbidity < 0.1 NTU • TDS = 70 mg/L /L • Chloride < 20 mg/L, Boron < 0.5 mg/L Power Consumption • 3.6 kWh/m3 (13.32 kWh/1,000 gal) when running at 100% (~20°C) • 0.7 kWh/m3 = Intake + PW pumps + admin • 2.7 kWh/m3 = preT + RO • 0.2 kWh/m3 = residuals treatment
    • Power Consumption Optimization Pressure center: (3+1) HP Pumps Isobaric Energy Recovery Device  Isobaric Energy Recovery Device Low pressure membranes Partial 2nd pass by pass Partial 2 pass by‐pass 2nd pass brine recirculation Total plant power consumption: Total plant power consumption: 13.8/kWh/1,000 gal or 3.65 kWh/m3
    • Sur SWRO 80,200 m3/D (21 MGD) November 2009 US$155 Million US$155 Million Beachwells/Outfall
    • Plant General Overview Plant General Overview
    • Scope of the Project Scope of the Project BOO (Build, Own & Operate) 2+20  ( , p ) years at SUR • Operate the Existing RO Plant (12,000 m3/d) • C t t th N RO Pl t (80 000 3/d) Construct the New RO Plant (80,000 m3/d) During Operation Period (20 years) • Operate New RO Plant (80 000 m3/d) Operate New RO Plant (80,000 m3/d) Key dates • Commercial Operation Date : 8th of October Commercial Operation Date : 8 of October  2009 • Taking‐Over Certificate: 17th of December  2009
    • Process Pressure  Filtered  Cartdrige  RO PASS 1 RO PASS 2 Lime Product  Filters SMF Water Tank Filter Water tank Brine to  From  From 2 Sea S Beachwell From  Intake M M 3 5 6 1 4 Floatation Pressure  (Only civil structures are erected) Filters DMF Injection of Chemicals : I j i f Ch i l Flotation T li i t Al Fl t ti : To eliminate Algae and other large particles d th l ti l 1 ‐ FeCl3 : For Floculation Pressure Filters : To eliminate particles > 0.5 mm 1 & 2 ‐ NaOCl : To prevent bacteriological development in Filters Cartridge Filters : To eliminate particles from 5 µ to 0.5 mm  3 ‐ Bisulfite : To neutralize NaOCl RO Pass 2 : To decrease Boron concentration 3 & 4 ‐ Antiscalant : To protect membranes from scaling 4 ‐ NaOH : To raise pH to help Boron stoppage in Pass 2 4 N OH T i Ht h l B t i P 2 5 ‐ CO2 + Limestone : To remineralize 5 ‐ NaF : To respect Health Regulations for dental care 5 ‐ NaOH : To Adjust final pH of Product Water 6 ‐ NaOCl : To Desinfect