Oportunidades de negocio en el sector agua

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Director General Ejecutivo
Asociación Tecnológica para el Tratamiento del Agua (ATTA)
Oportunidades de negocio en el sector agua
CONAMA 2012

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Oportunidades de negocio en el sector agua

  1. 1. Congreso Nacional del Medio Ambiente (Conama 2012)Madrid del 26 al 30 de noviembre de 2012
  2. 2. C A: RI E A L AGUA AM GUOR DE RO L AL SECT IBE A E EN E A R OCIO D PA NEG NA N S DE R IÓ ADE JO C UNID AC RT PO MADRID, SALA NEPTUNO CENTRO CONVENCIONES NORTE - PABELLÓN 10 O 28 de Noviembre de 2012Angel Cajigas DelgadoDGE ATTA
  3. 3. SPANISH COMPANIES STRENGTHS DESALINATION DRINKING WATER TECHNOLOGIES WASTEWATER RECLAMATION AND WATER TREATMENT REUSE
  4. 4. ¿Por qué el Sector español del tratamiento del agua es un referente mundial?¿POR QUÉ EL SECTOR ESPAÑOL DEL TRATAMIENTODEL AGUA ES UN REFERENTE A NIVEL MUNDIAL? ¿A qué retos nos enfrentamos en España?
  5. 5. SPANISH WATER CHALLENGESSince the 1970’s, the main waterchallengesin Spain have been Availability of hydraulic resources Inadequate water qualityThese problems have been solved by Planning Legislation Public administration of water resources Private sector
  6. 6. SPANISH WATER CHALLENGES PLANNING MILESTONES: Water law 1985 Wastewater European Directive 1991 Wastewater National Plan 1995 Hidrologic National Plan 2004 New wastewater Plan 2007 Water Reclamation Act 2007
  7. 7. Current Situation Wastewater Plan: More than 1.300 wastewater treatment plants. 400 WWTP from 2.000 ≥ 4.000 Hm3 of wastewater treated per year More than 85% of equivalent- inhabitants acoording to European Directive (91/271/CEE)
  8. 8. Current Situation Reclamation: 500 Hm3/year of capacity producingreclaimed water to REUSE Agriculture, golfcourse watering,streets cleanning, environmetaluses, etc. New reclamation Plan foresee morethan 1.000 Hm3/year next decade
  9. 9. Desalination in Spain First desalination plants in Canary Islands, endof the 60s. The reverse osmosis implementation indesalination produces a gradual increase in theoutput capacity. 1Million m3/day (year 2000) Desalination Plan 2004 (MIMAM), at thepresent under construction. Output capacity estimated 800-1000 Hm3/year (2011)
  10. 10. Top 10 countries by total installed membrane capacity since 1945 United States of America Saudi Arabia Spain ChinaUnited Arab Emirates Algeria Japan Korea (South) Australia India Source: GWI DesalData/IDA
  11. 11. INFORMATION GWI
  12. 12. CONCLUSIONS:
  13. 13. TRATAMIENTO DEL AGUA EN EL MERCADO INTERNACIONAL WWTP ATTONILCO (México) 3 mill m3/day New Cairo (Egipto) 250,000 m3/day Drinking Water Cagliari (Italy) 260,000 m3/day Pu-Dong (China) Wroclaw (Poland) 140,000 m3/day Mundaring (Australia) Santiago (Chile) 760,000 m3/day Arequipa (Peru) Arrudas (Brazil) Peravia (Dominican Republic) Sanganagh (Ireland) Hogenakkal (India) Estoril (Portugal) San Luis Potosí (Mexico) Campos de Jordao (Brasil) Querétaro (México) Sao José Dos Campos (Brasil) Zapotillo (México) Riberao Preto (Brasil) Realito (México) San José (Costa Rica) Tucumán (Argentina) Taboada-Lima (Perú) Others: La Chira-Lima (Perú) Cerdeña Medellín (Colombia) Portugal Arequipa (Perú) Angola Caracol (México) Others: Turquía Bulgaria Rumania Montenegro Omán
  14. 14. MIDDLE EAST CHIPRE CHIPRE –CADAGUA DHEKELIA 40.000 m3/day DHEKELIA –CADAGUA 40.000 m3/day KUNKOY – CADAGUA 27.000 m3/day KUNKOY – CADAGUA 27.000 m3/day ISRAEL ISRAEL – ARGELIAARGELIA ASHDLOD SADYT ASHDLOD – SADYT 380.000 m3/day 380.000 m3/day ARABIA ARABIACADAGUACAP DJINET – –INIMA/AQUALIA CAP DJINET INIMA/AQUALIA 100.000 m3/day 100.000 m3/day YAMBU – 50.000 m3/day YAMBU – CADAGUA 50.000 m3/dayFOUKA – –ACCIONA FOUKA ACCIONA 120.000 m3/day AL JUBAIL – ACCIONA 100.000 m3/day 120.000 m3/day AL JUBAIL – ACCIONA 100.000 m3/day …HONAINE – –BEFESA/SADYT HONAINE BEFESA/SADYT 200.000 m3/day … 200.000 m3/dayMOSTAGANEM – –INIMA/AQUALIA 200.000 m3/day MOSTAGANEM INIMA/AQUALIA 200.000 m3/day EAU EAUSKIDDA – –BEFESA/SADYT SKIDDA BEFESA/SADYT 100.000 m3/day FUJAIRAH – DEGRÉMONT 170.000 m3/day 100.000 m3/day FUJAIRAH – DEGRÉMONT 170.000 m3/day AL – ZAWRAH – CADAGUA 45.500 m3/dayTENES – –BEFESA TENES BEFESA 200.000 m3/day AL – ZAWRAH – CADAGUA 45.500 m3/day 200.000 m3/dayORAN? – –BEFESA ORAN? BEFESA 150.000 m3/day MARRUECOS 150.000 m3/day MARRUECOSBENI SAF – –COBRA BENI SAF COBRA 200.000 m3/day 200.000 m3/day JORF LASFAR - CADAGUA 75,800 m3/day JORF LASFAR - CADAGUA 75,800 m3/day
  15. 15. DESALACIÓN: AUSTRALIA ♦ Perth DEG 143.000 m3/day ♦ Soutrhen Seawater SADYT 153.000 m3/dayx2 ♦ Adelaida ACCIONA 300.000 m3/day ♦ Melbourne (Reclamation Wastewater) DRACE
  16. 16. DESALACIÓN: AMÉRICATAMPA BAY (Florida) ACCIONA 108.000 m3/dayCABO SAN LUCAS (Mexico) INIMA 21.000 m3/dayHIALEAH (Florida) INIMA 40.000 m3/dayTAUNTON RIVER (Boston) INIMA 19.000 m3/dayANTOFAGASTA (Chile) INIMA 52.000 m3/dayMEL–EL COLOSO (Chile) DEGRÉMONT 45.000 m3/dayCANDELARIA (Chile) AQUALIA 30.000 m3/daySANTA BÁRBARA (Curaçao) DEGRÉMONT 18.000 m3/dayCOPIAPO VALLEY (Chile) ACCIONA 17.000 m3/dayX2EL MORRO (Chile) CADAGUA 64.000 m3/dayENSENADA (México) INIMAPUERTO GAITAN (COLOMBIA) TEDAGUA 79.500 m3/day
  17. 17. DESALACIÓN: OTROSThames Gateway (UK) Quingdao (CHINA) ACCIONA BEFESA 150.000 m3/day 40.000 m3/day Chennai (INDIA) BEFESA 100.000 m3/day
  18. 18. PREMIOS A LA EXCELENCIA GWI
  19. 19. PREMIOS A LA EXCELENCIA GWI
  20. 20. REUNIÓN CODIA 2012

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