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COWI Solid Waste Management Services

  1. 1. 1<br />2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />
  2. 2. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Overall Presentation<br />Brief introduction of COWI<br />Waste Management Services<br />Waste-to-Energy Services<br />2<br />
  3. 3. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Overall Presentation<br />PART 1:Introduction to COWI<br />3<br />
  4. 4. 4<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />COWI is one of the leading consultants in Northern Europe<br /><ul><li>6000 employees
  5. 5. The COWI group generated a turnover of 769.4 million USD in 2009
  6. 6. COWI provides consultancy services within engineering, environmental science and economics worldwide.</li></ul>2010<br />
  7. 7. 5<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />COWI's 33 services<br /><ul><li>Development assistance
  8. 8. Urban and regional development
  9. 9. Environmental and social due diligence
  10. 10. Geographical information systems and IT
  11. 11. Mapping and geodata
  12. 12. Energy planning and systems
  13. 13. Environmental policyand regulation
  14. 14. Natural resources management
  15. 15. Environmental protection
  16. 16. Welfare economics and services
  17. 17. Public administration
  18. 18. Social development and HRD
  19. 19. Health, safety and environment</li></ul>Economics<br />Environmental science<br />Engineering<br /><ul><li>Municipal and hazardous waste
  20. 20. Water and wastewater
  21. 21. Production and processing plants
  22. 22. Oil and gas
  23. 23. Coastal engineering
  24. 24. Transport planning and management
  25. 25. Surveying and land administration
  26. 26. Residential buildings
  27. 27. Educational buildings
  28. 28. Hospitals and health buildings
  29. 29. Cultural and sports buildings
  30. 30. Industrial buildings
  31. 31. Commercial buildings
  32. 32. Roads
  33. 33. Airports
  34. 34. Railways and metro
  35. 35. Tunnels
  36. 36. Bridges
  37. 37. Ports and marine structures
  38. 38. Telecommunications</li></ul>2010<br />
  39. 39. 6<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Regional Presence <br />Norway<br />(Sweden)<br />CEE<br />Russia<br />Latvia<br />Lithuania<br />Poland<br />Hungary<br />Serbia<br />Turkey<br />Denmark<br />(China)<br />Gulf<br />UAE<br />Oman<br />Bahrain<br />Qatar<br />Kingdom of Saudi Arabia<br />Africa<br />Tanzania<br />Uganda<br />Zambia<br />Mosambique<br />2010<br />
  40. 40. Overall Presentation<br />PART 2: Waste Management<br />7<br />7<br />2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />
  41. 41. An Introduction to Services & References<br />Waste Management in COWI<br />An overview:<br />Leadinginternational wasteconsultancy firm<br />Long tradition of offeringsustainable and cost-effective solutions for municipal and hazardouswaste management for more than 30 years and more than 35 countries<br />45-50 employeesworkingprimarilywithwaste management<br />Our employees working with waste are academic professionals, holding PhD, Master or Bachelor degrees in engineering, economics, law, urban planning, biology, chemistry<br />Overall services; Planning, implementation of MSW systems, Hazardous Waste Management, Waste-to-Energy, Biological treatment<br />8<br />2010<br />
  42. 42. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Municipal Waste Planning<br />Integrated MSWM plans and strategies<br />Feasibility studies and financial analysis<br />Organisationalanalysis, Public Private Partnerships, Institutional development<br />Legal and regulatory issues<br />Training and education (capacity building)<br />Public Awareness<br />9<br />
  43. 43. 10<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Implementation of MSW systems<br />Collection and transfer services<br />Planning, design and procurement of recyclingschemes and sortingfacilities<br />Planning, design and procurement ofcomposting and anaerobic digestion facilities<br />Planning, design and procurement of landfills<br />Closure and rehabilitation of oldlandfills and dumps<br />Joint Implementation/CDM of landfill gas projects<br />EnvironmentalImpactAssessments<br />2010<br />
  44. 44. 11<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Hazardous Waste Management<br />IntegratedHWM plans and strategies<br />Handling and disposal of obsolete pesticides<br />Design and procurement of collection services and storage/transfer stations<br />Planning, design and procurement of treatmentservices/facilities<br />Planning and design of HWlandfills<br />Training and education (capacitybuilding)<br />Public Awareness<br />Handling and disposal of healthcarewaste<br />Legal aspects<br />2010<br />
  45. 45. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Waste-to-Energy<br />Feasibility studies and financialanalysis<br />Procurement of Waste-to-Energy service providers<br />Planning, design procurement and supervision of thermaltreatment & incinerationproject<br />EnvironmentalImpactAssesments for thermaltreatmentplants<br />Hazardous Waste to Energy design and procurement<br />12<br />
  46. 46. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Waste Planning and Management<br />13<br />
  47. 47. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Integrated Waste Management Center<br />14<br />
  48. 48. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Modern Sanitary Landfill<br />15<br />
  49. 49. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Waste-to-Energy<br />16<br />
  50. 50. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Windrow Composting<br />17<br />
  51. 51. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Civic Amenity Site<br />18<br />
  52. 52. 19<br />2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Selected Waste Management References in ME<br />Al-Hasa Environmental Study, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (2010-2011)As one project component, COWI established baseline information about the current waste management system in Al-Hasa Municipality. COWI carried out a waste characterization survey and provided recommendations on how to upgrade the existing system , identified appropriate waste handling technologies and equipment etc.<br />HSE Plan & Hazards Risk Assessment for Medical Waste Collection and Transportation, UAE (2010)For the Lebanese waste operator Averda, COWI carried out an Health, Safety and Environmental Plan covering medical waste collection and transportation. To identify health hazards, an risk assessment matrix and action plan on mitigation measures was developed.<br />Electronic Waste Survey, UAE (2009)On behalf of a confidential electronics producer, COWI carried out an e-waste survey to map legislative waste treatment requirements, key stakeholders in the e-waste sector etc.<br />Solid Waste Landfill - Environmental Impacts Assessment, Qatar (2008-ongoing) COWI is preparing an EIA for Mesaieed Industrial City's solid waste landfill is to handle 15,5003/month of industrial non-hazardous waste and 3,400 m3/month of domestic waste.<br />Assessment of Landfill in Riyadh, Kingdom (2006)On behalf of Riyadh Municipality, COWI completed a landfill assessment with particular focus on landfill gas risks and potential utilisation of the gas. <br />Strategic Framework for Private Sector Participation in Municipal Solid Waste Management, Jordan (2004-2005)COWIanalysed and evaluated the existing situation of the private-sector participation in municipal solid waste services and identified weaknesses and gaps. In addition, COWI developed a detailed action plan for implementation of effective private-sector participation and organised training.<br />
  53. 53. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Overall Presentation<br />PART 3. Waste-to-EnergyFacilities<br />20<br />
  54. 54. Treatment of waste – overview of options available <br />21<br />2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br /><ul><li>Materials Recovery Facility (MRF)
  55. 55. Biological Treatment (Composting/Anaerobic digestion)
  56. 56. Mechanical Biological Treatment (MBT)
  57. 57. Advanced Treatment (e.g. enzymatic degradation)
  58. 58. Thermal Treatment
  59. 59. Landfill</li></li></ul><li>Thermal treatment– an overview <br />22<br />2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br /><ul><li>Proven technologies
  60. 60. Mass burning in grate boiler
  61. 61. Circulating Fluidized Bed boiler
  62. 62. Alternative methods
  63. 63. Gasification
  64. 64. Pyrolysis
  65. 65. Co-combustion
  66. 66. Coal fired power plants
  67. 67. Cement Kilns
  68. 68. Multifuel facilities</li></li></ul><li>What does a modern WtE plant look like? <br />23<br />2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />
  69. 69. Energy balance for a WtE plant<br />24<br />2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Flue gas 180,000 Nm3/h<br />LHV 11 MJ/kg<br />Gross EL eff. 28%<br />Total eff. 88%<br />Electricity 26 MW (1)<br />Air 160,000 Nm3/h<br />Recoverable heat 65 MW<br />MSW 35 ton/h<br />Bottom ash 7.0 ton/h<br />APC residues 1.4 ton/h<br />(1) Gross electricity production 30 MW less in-house consumption 4 MW.<br />
  70. 70. The use of energy recovered from thermal treatment – options available <br />25<br />2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br /><ul><li>Electricity to the grid
  71. 71. Absorption cooling
  72. 72. Industrial process heat/steam
  73. 73. Desalination of sea water
  74. 74. Drying of sewage sludge or other substances
  75. 75. Other purposes? </li></li></ul><li>Why Waste-to-Energy as an integrated part of a sustainable waste management system?<br />26<br />2010<br /><ul><li>Materials recycling of all waste materials is not realistic (and physical possible)
  76. 76. Contribute to minimizing the CO2 production from the waste sector
  77. 77. Financial viable
  78. 78. Maximize diversion from landfilling – minimiselandfill volume
  79. 79. Save fossil fuels (which are limited)
  80. 80. Enable synergies in between different treatment technologies</li></ul>An Introduction to Services & References<br />
  81. 81. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />How much energy can be obtained from municipal waste?<br />Average heat value of waste is app. 10.5 MJ/kg<br />On average waste consists of app. 45% household waste and app. 55% industrial waste<br />Thermal efficiency of new facilities app. 90% <br />1 ton of waste produces app. 0,7 MWh of electricity (~25%) and app. 2,0 MWh of district heating (~75%) <br />27<br />
  82. 82. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Energy from Waste in DenmarkSome highlights<br />Plants owned by municipalities, inter-municipal companies or district heating/energy companies<br />Extensive authority regulation of waste management and energy production<br />Denmark the first European country to ban landfill of waste suitable for incineration<br />App. 25% of the generated waste is incinerated, the rest recycled or landfilled (app. 7%) - Countries with much application of WtE are the most successful recyclers<br />Lowest gate fee in European, due to efficient plants and high revenue stream from sale of heat and power<br />28<br />
  83. 83. 2010<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Energy from Waste in DenmarkSome highlights<br />More than 100 years of experience with waste incineration in Denmark. First WtE plant 1904 at Frederiksberg, producing heat for the nearby hospital<br />30 MSW plants and 2 hazardous waste plants, treating some 3.5 mio. Tonnes per year<br />Practically fully optimised energy efficiency <br />29<br />
  84. 84. 30<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />L90 WtE Plant Esbjerg, Denmark 180,000 tpa<br />2010<br />Selected International Waste to Energy<br />(WtE)<br /> References<br />
  85. 85. 31<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />I/S Vestforbrænding, Copenhagen 600,000 tpa<br />2010<br />
  86. 86. 32<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Amagerforbrænding, Copenhagen400,000 tpa<br />2010<br />
  87. 87. 33<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Dublin Waste to Energy Plant600,000 tpa<br />2010<br />
  88. 88. 34<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Assens Biomass CHP plant, Denmark30,000 tpa <br />2010<br />
  89. 89. 35<br />An Introduction to Services & References<br />Thank you! <br />Dennis K. Alexandersen<br /> Regional Business Development Manager - Environment<br />+971 506536107 (mobile)<br /><br /><br /> Mohammed Chaudry<br /> Director, Saudi Arabia Operations+966 533337729 (mobile)<br /><br /><br />2010<br />