IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute is an independent, non-profit research institute,owned by a foundation jointl...
CollaborationsWe are members of a number of national and international networks.We also have close collaboration with univ...
OrganisationIVL is divided into six administrative units: Research Business Development & Marketing Organizations, Prod...
More informationIVL Swedish Environmental Research Institutewww.ivl.seStockholm: +46 (0) 8 598 563 00Göteborg: Tel. +46 (0...
Eutrophication has many effects algae blooming phosphorous-depending cyanobacteria dead bottoms and hydrogen sulphide(1...
Extent of oxygen-depleted bottom waterIn the Baltic Sea Worldwide
Need for action? Doesn’t the Baltic take care of itself? How affects and is the Baltic affected by climate change? Can ...
WEBAP: AimImproved oxygen situation in deep water layers Species that are dependent on conditions in deep water, would ge...
WEBAP: How?The use of natural resources: Source of energy: waves Source of oxygen: oxygen-rich surface waterAdvantages:...
WEBAP: Planning and design18 tests with different wave conditions mooring forces Pump capacity for each wave spectra St...
WEBAP: Pilot IFacts 14 m with, variable ramp faces waves at all conditions outlet at 75m depthMeasurements Pump-capaci...
WEBAP: Pilot IIFacts 2,5 m in diameter, variable pump-capacity between 1-4m3/s maximal effect use 5 kW outlet at 100m d...
WEBAP: Monitoring Online monitoring Field expeditions Water and sediment samples Historical data
WEBAP: Evaluation Data evaluation Modeling regional large scaleimpacts Laboratory testsEcotoxicology010203040506070O2 s...
Results (so far)? Measurements and mapping of the lack of oxygen in thearea indicate that the lack of oxygen in the pilot...
Results (so far)? Tests with sediment and organisms from the pilotsites show no adverse effects of oxygenation Potential...
Results (so far)? Lifecycle Assessment (LCA) and Lifecycle Cost (LCC)analyses indicates that the WEBAP is the most sustai...
Dissemination an awareness increaseNewspaper, conferences, TV, noticeboards, homepage, Facebook, reports, exhibition, flye...
Project partner & collaboration partnerProject group IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute KTH – Royal Institute ...
Future: solution combination? Aquaculture? Research station? Tourism/Recreation Energy platform? Entrance to the Balt...
More informationHomepage: www.webap.ivl.seContact:Christian Bareselchristian.baresel@ivl.seTel:+46-8-598 56 406e-post: inf...
Wastewater treatment intelligenceThe need for R&D facilitiesto master the future
Background > 2 billion people have water shortage Diseases due to bad water quality Millions lack proper waste-water tr...
What we have: A treatment facilityProblems/Challenges The water sector is a major energyuser GHG emissions Treated wate...
What we want: A production facilityWastewater inNutrients outWater reuseEnergy out
Which technologies/approaches? Resources efficient treatment technologiesSoft sensors | Anaerobic treatment | Anammox | S...
What other ingredients are needed? Stakeholder involvement (companies, authorities, research organisations,associations, ...
Where can this be achieved?Hammarby Sjöstadsverk: A unique research anddemonstration plant for wastewater treatment Appli...
Mätstation Galler Sandfång ev Utjämning Försedimentering UtvecklingslinjerHenriksdalSlambehandlingPumpstationLedningsnätSl...
A platform for wastewater intelligencePRODUCTDEVELOPEMENTCOLLABORATION EDUCATION EXHIBITIONSKNOWLEDGETRANSFERDEMONST...
On-going projects Removal of pharmaceuticals from the wastewater Enhanced biogas production Anammox: cost-effective and...
Collaboration partner and sponsors
More informationHomepage:www.hammarbysjostadsverk.seContact:Christian Bareselchristian.baresel@ivl.seTel:+46-8-598 56 406e...
IVL, SSV, WEBAP (en) kiosk
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  1. 1. IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute is an independent, non-profit research institute,owned by a foundation jointly established by the Swedish Government and Swedish industry.IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute was established in 1966 and has since then beeninvolved in the development of solutions to environmental problems, at national andinternational level.We work with applied research and contract assignments for an ecologically, economically, andsocially sustainable growth within business and society at large. The institute employs around 200experts, which makes IVL a leading institute for applied environmental research and consultancyservices.
  2. 2. CollaborationsWe are members of a number of national and international networks.We also have close collaboration with universities. Through these connections, we have access tounique knowledge and highly qualified partners. Hammarby Sjöstadsverk CPM - Swedish Life Cycle Center Mistra Urban Future Sweden Green Building Council Stockholm Cleantech SMED - Svenska MiljöemissionsData NTM - Nätverket för transport och miljö ENERO - European Network of Environ. Res. Org. NORMAN
  3. 3. OrganisationIVL is divided into six administrative units: Research Business Development & Marketing Organizations, Products & Processes Natural Resources & Environmental Effects Air Pollution & Abatement Strategies Climate & Sustainable CitiesThe units are collaborating in the theme areas: Sustainable production Sustainable building Resource-efficient products and waste Water Climate and energy Air and transport
  4. 4. More informationIVL Swedish Environmental Research Institutewww.ivl.seStockholm: +46 (0) 8 598 563 00Göteborg: Tel. +46 (0) 31 725 62 00Christian Bareselchristian.baresel@ivl.seTel:+46-8-598 56 406
  5. 5. Eutrophication has many effects algae blooming phosphorous-depending cyanobacteria dead bottoms and hydrogen sulphide(1)Nitrogen isemitted to waters(2)Spring bloomingof plankton(3)Algae die(4)Algae are de-composed whichconsumes oxygen(5)Bottoms getanoxic(6)Phosphorousis released(7)Summer blooming ofcyanobacteria
  6. 6. Extent of oxygen-depleted bottom waterIn the Baltic Sea Worldwide
  7. 7. Need for action? Doesn’t the Baltic take care of itself? How affects and is the Baltic affected by climate change? Can technical solutions help in a long term?Why do we think we need actions also in the Baltic and not only at sources? There sure is a good monitoring of sources and these sources can be abated? The Baltic in imbalance? Weakening of natural processes? Restore the Baltic Sea self-cleaning biogeochemical processes?
  8. 8. WEBAP: AimImproved oxygen situation in deep water layers Species that are dependent on conditions in deep water, would get a betterenvironment and opportunities for reproduction. Solved inorganic phosphorus released due to the reducing conditions in the bottomsediments will be bound in complexes and thus reduce the inorganic nutrientconcentrations in the water.Yet: 2-6 million tons of oxygen needed each year! Enormous amounts of energy to pump oxygen down to 80-120m depth!
  9. 9. WEBAP: How?The use of natural resources: Source of energy: waves Source of oxygen: oxygen-rich surface waterAdvantages: Oxygenation & mixing Simple and robust design with no moving parts No need for electricity
  10. 10. WEBAP: Planning and design18 tests with different wave conditions mooring forces Pump capacity for each wave spectra Stability Optimal ramp (30˚isoptimal) other details
  11. 11. WEBAP: Pilot IFacts 14 m with, variable ramp faces waves at all conditions outlet at 75m depthMeasurements Pump-capacity, wave parameter, currents,CTD-profiles, sediment, forces, stability, behaviour, etc.Operation period November 2010 to April 2013 (with interrupted operationbetween December 2010 to July 2011)
  12. 12. WEBAP: Pilot IIFacts 2,5 m in diameter, variable pump-capacity between 1-4m3/s maximal effect use 5 kW outlet at 100m depthMeasurements Pump capacity, CTD-profiles, sediments,metals, nutrients, currents etc.Operation period April 2011 to September 2012
  13. 13. WEBAP: Monitoring Online monitoring Field expeditions Water and sediment samples Historical data
  14. 14. WEBAP: Evaluation Data evaluation Modeling regional large scaleimpacts Laboratory testsEcotoxicology010203040506070O2 start O2 endMacomaMarenzelleriaMysis
  15. 15. Results (so far)? Measurements and mapping of the lack of oxygen in thearea indicate that the lack of oxygen in the pilot areas ismore widely spread than previously estimated Measurements confirm the estimatedpumping capacity at different wave heights Large scale implementation modelingestablishing that the technique does notaffect the salinity stratification Modeling for the Gotland Deep based onfield data show oxygenation of the wholearea down to the seafloor after only five years
  16. 16. Results (so far)? Tests with sediment and organisms from the pilotsites show no adverse effects of oxygenation Potential to bind up to 100 000 tones of phosphorus,which can be compared with the annual land supplyof around 30 000 tones /yr and the environmentalobjective to reduce this load by 15 000 tones /yr Several setups for different conditions (waves, etc.) Modeling of pumping in Kanholmsfjärden based onfield data shows effect of oxygenation not only inKanholmsfjärden but also in adjacent bays due to thehigh water exchange
  17. 17. Results (so far)? Lifecycle Assessment (LCA) and Lifecycle Cost (LCC)analyses indicates that the WEBAP is the most sustainableand cost-efficient alternative
  18. 18. Dissemination an awareness increaseNewspaper, conferences, TV, noticeboards, homepage, Facebook, reports, exhibition, flyer, seminars, radio, etc.
  19. 19. Project partner & collaboration partnerProject group IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute KTH – Royal Institute of Technology Municipality of SimrishamnCollaboration partner (selection)Åbo Akademi University, KIMO - Local Authorities International EnvironmentalOrganization, Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, ErkenLaboratory, Österlen Trade Society, Marint centrum, Österlens Fishing Association, XylemInc, Reinertsen, BWN consulting, Marincenter Syd, Konceptfabriken, MJK, Högmansövarv, Ressel, etcCollaboration with other projectsBOX, PROPPEN, SEABED, Innovative Aquaculture Åland Islands
  20. 20. Future: solution combination? Aquaculture? Research station? Tourism/Recreation Energy platform? Entrance to the Baltic?
  21. 21. More informationHomepage: www.webap.ivl.seContact:Christian Bareselchristian.baresel@ivl.seTel:+46-8-598 56 406e-post: info@sjostadsverket.sefacebook.com/Wave-Energized-Baltic-Aeration-Pump-Webap
  22. 22. Wastewater treatment intelligenceThe need for R&D facilitiesto master the future
  23. 23. Background > 2 billion people have water shortage Diseases due to bad water quality Millions lack proper waste-water treatment Deterioration of quantity and quality of natural water systems Agriculture uses 2/3 of the water that is consumed Increasing water demand for industrial growth New regulations (e.g. EU) Use of chemicals in water treatment  <1% recycling Request of use of renewable energy sources Sustainable growth and development Clear link to wastewater treatment
  24. 24. What we have: A treatment facilityProblems/Challenges The water sector is a major energyuser GHG emissions Treated water is not used Outflows may contain pollutants,viruses, pathogens etc. Sludge seen as a problemWastewater inEnergy in Sludge outTreatedWater outGHG out
  25. 25. What we want: A production facilityWastewater inNutrients outWater reuseEnergy out
  26. 26. Which technologies/approaches? Resources efficient treatment technologiesSoft sensors | Anaerobic treatment | Anammox | Side stream treatment| Advanced membrane technologies | Process control and modelling | … Technologies for recovery and reuseNutrient recovery from ashes | Nutrients in sludge/sorbent | Waterreuse/ Irrigation (nutrient rich effluent) | Industrial water | Potablewater | Augmentation of potable water | Removal of pharmaceuticals,pathogens, viruses etc. | Online water quality monitoring | … Energy production & carbon neutral/negative processesFlow separation | Increased sludge production | Enhanced Sludgedigestion (also co-digestion) | Sewage digestion | Gasification/burning |Microbiological fuel cell | Algae treatment | …
  27. 27. What other ingredients are needed? Stakeholder involvement (companies, authorities, research organisations,associations, sewage plants, etc.) Basic and applied R&D partners Innovation Platform Demonstrators Approach and Knowledge Transfer Networks Improving skills base/Education Public dialogue/involvement International co-operation and collaboration Optimal if you could find all these at the same location!
  28. 28. Where can this be achieved?Hammarby Sjöstadsverk: A unique research anddemonstration plant for wastewater treatment Applied (and basic) research Test and demonstration of new solutions Education Owned by KTH and IVL
  29. 29. Mätstation Galler Sandfång ev Utjämning Försedimentering UtvecklingslinjerHenriksdalSlambehandlingPumpstationLedningsnätSludgetreatmentPumping stationMonitoringstationPretreatment Anaerobic / Aerobic linesA unique R&D facility
  30. 30. A platform for wastewater intelligencePRODUCTDEVELOPEMENTCOLLABORATION EDUCATION EXHIBITIONSKNOWLEDGETRANSFERDEMONSTRATION RESEARCH TESTSHammarby SjöstadsverkTest- and demonstration facility for innovative wastewaterpurificationResource-effectivewater purificationEnergy andclimateComplementarytreatmentSewagesystems
  31. 31. On-going projects Removal of pharmaceuticals from the wastewater Enhanced biogas production Anammox: cost-effective and environmentally friendly nitrogen reduction technology Minimizing the release of GHG by wastewater treatment The use of waste heat for stable temperatures during the biological treatment Bio-assimilation of nutrient in the biological step Membrane distillation for ultra pure water Complementary active sludge – membrane technology Water reuse for non-potable and augmentation of potable water Online water quality monitoring …
  32. 32. Collaboration partner and sponsors
  33. 33. More informationHomepage:www.hammarbysjostadsverk.seContact:Christian Bareselchristian.baresel@ivl.seTel:+46-8-598 56 406e-post: info@sjostadsverket.sefacebook.com/sjostadsverket

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