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WATER INNOVATION: BRIDGING GAPS,
CREATING OPPORTUNITIES
27 AND 28 SEPTEMBER 2017
ALFÂNDEGA PORTO CONGRESS CENTRE
WATER AND...
Vision
Of a
Smart
Water
Service
A
Circular
Frank Rogalla
Director of Innovation
and Technology
FCC Aqualia:
1000 Communities
20 countries
450 WWTP
250 DWTP
25 M people
Energy Use in the Water Cycle
Sweden
Alcoi (Alicante)
0,5 – 1 kwh/m3
Electricity Consumption in WWTP
Aqualia treats 500 000 000 m3/yr of urban wastewater
Which signifies an electricity cost o...
Wastewater as a Resource
• 6 R’s in the Circular Economy
Production
Consumption
Wastewater
Wastewater
management
From wast...
METHAMORPHOSIS
REMEMBRANE
BIOSOL
MEMORY
ANSWER
ICIRBUS
Aqualia and the “Circle of LIFE”: Projects of Circular Economy
aqualia: Life in the integral
cycle of water management
Life Memory: MEMbrane for
Energy and Water RecOveRY
Wastewater
Anaerobic
MBR
25% less
surface
50% less
biosolids
productio...
Subvencionado por el CDTI y cofinanciado por el Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER)
a través del “Programa Operat...
ABAD Bioenergy
Figure 2. Integration of the AbAd process in a conventional WWTP
Water line
Sludge line
Biogas line
PRIMARY...
ABAD BioenergyPROTOTYPE: 3 COLUMNS
Biogas Biomethan
e
CH4 [%-vol] 65.9
±2.3
>87
CO2 [%-vol] 33.8
±1.4
<5
N2 [%-vol] 2.4 ±1...
ABAD Bioenergy®
Bench-
scale
Pilot plant
1 Nm3/h
3 Demo plants
15 Nm3/h
Full-scale plants –
flare biogas
15-75 Nm3/h
Full-...
ALGAE
HARVESTING
WATER REUSE
AGUA
RESIDUAL
ANAEROBIC CODIGESTION
THERMAL
PRETREATMENT
EVAPORATIVE S.
2X 32 m2 HRAPs
2x500 ...
Existing installations for
Tasks 1.2 and 1,4
HRAPs with jet pumps
2X32m2
UASB
Molasses storage
PHA production by HRAP: DEM...
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological develo...
Activities since 2006:
1 GIS implementation
2. Implementation of a
remote control system
3. Network modelling.
4. Sectoriz...
Agricultural and Processed
Food Products
Irrigation water
Recycled fertilisers
Toilet flushing
Consumer goods Process wate...
THE circular CITY
OF THE FUTURE
Frogalla@fcc.es
Obrigado
Gracias
Thank you!!
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Presentation hold during EIP Water Conference in Porto, as part of the Porto Water Innovation Week in Session 8a “Water and the circular economy, part 3 – cities and water”

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A circular vision of a Smart Water Service

  1. 1. WATER INNOVATION: BRIDGING GAPS, CREATING OPPORTUNITIES 27 AND 28 SEPTEMBER 2017 ALFÂNDEGA PORTO CONGRESS CENTRE WATER AND THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY, PART 3 – CITIES AND WATER A CIRCULAR VISION OF A SMART WATER SERVICE FRANK ROGALLA FCC AQUALIA
  2. 2. Vision Of a Smart Water Service A Circular Frank Rogalla Director of Innovation and Technology
  3. 3. FCC Aqualia: 1000 Communities 20 countries 450 WWTP 250 DWTP 25 M people
  4. 4. Energy Use in the Water Cycle Sweden Alcoi (Alicante) 0,5 – 1 kwh/m3
  5. 5. Electricity Consumption in WWTP Aqualia treats 500 000 000 m3/yr of urban wastewater Which signifies an electricity cost of : 0,5 kWhel /m3 = 250 M kWh = 25 M € Energy value of wastewater > 15 kJ/gCOD = 4,2 kwh/kg COD For 500 mg COD/l = 2,1 kwh th /m3 ( 0,7 kwh el / m3) Wastewater is Bioenergy !
  6. 6. Wastewater as a Resource • 6 R’s in the Circular Economy Production Consumption Wastewater Wastewater management From waste to resource Reduce: Consumption and cost – energy, water, chemicals Environmental Impact and Footprint Reuse: water and nutrients Recycle: energy Recover: solids and subproducts Redesign: Processes Infrastructure Rethink: Governance Reinvent and Revolutionize – New Paradigms
  7. 7. METHAMORPHOSIS REMEMBRANE BIOSOL MEMORY ANSWER ICIRBUS Aqualia and the “Circle of LIFE”: Projects of Circular Economy
  8. 8. aqualia: Life in the integral cycle of water management
  9. 9. Life Memory: MEMbrane for Energy and Water RecOveRY Wastewater Anaerobic MBR 25% less surface 50% less biosolids production 80% less CO2 emissions Bioenergy Water reuse Biosolids 70% less energy consumption Net production > 0,1 kWh/m3 Nutrient-rich Irrigation Water
  10. 10. Subvencionado por el CDTI y cofinanciado por el Fondo Europeo de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER) a través del “Programa Operativo Plurirregional de Crecimiento Inteligente 2014-2020 SPANISH PROGRAM CIEN
  11. 11. ABAD Bioenergy Figure 2. Integration of the AbAd process in a conventional WWTP Water line Sludge line Biogas line PRIMARY SETTLER SECONDARY SETTLER SCREEN GRIT REMOVAL AEROBIC REACTOR WASTEWATER EFFLUENT PRIMARY SLUDGE SECONDARY SLUDGE ANAEROBIC DIGESTER DEWATERING DIGESTATE BIOGAS BIOMETHANE >95% CH4 >85% CH4 <150 ppm H2S BIOFUEL NATURAL GAS GRID CHP WWTP DIAGRAM: Up-grading technology for the production of biomethane integrated the WWTP: ABAD Bioenergy® process (European patent EP 15382087.3) • Uses wastewater as wash water • Primary wastewater has no oxygen • Allows to obtain different biomethane qualities
  12. 12. ABAD BioenergyPROTOTYPE: 3 COLUMNS Biogas Biomethan e CH4 [%-vol] 65.9 ±2.3 >87 CO2 [%-vol] 33.8 ±1.4 <5 N2 [%-vol] 2.4 ±1.5 <8 O2 [%-vol] 0.5 ±0.5 0 H2S + COS [mg S/Nm3] 915 ±449 <5 5 <0.3
  13. 13. ABAD Bioenergy® Bench- scale Pilot plant 1 Nm3/h 3 Demo plants 15 Nm3/h Full-scale plants – flare biogas 15-75 Nm3/h Full-scale plants >100 Nm3/h 20202016-201720152014 2018
  14. 14. ALGAE HARVESTING WATER REUSE AGUA RESIDUAL ANAEROBIC CODIGESTION THERMAL PRETREATMENT EVAPORATIVE S. 2X 32 m2 HRAPs 2x500 m2 HRAPs ANAEROBIC UASB PHA PRODUCTION BIOMETHANE N,P RECOVERY BIOGAS UPGRADING
  15. 15. Existing installations for Tasks 1.2 and 1,4 HRAPs with jet pumps 2X32m2 UASB Molasses storage PHA production by HRAP: DEMO on the site of www.all-gas.euTL: AQUALIA, PP: UVA, IBET, BIOTREND. HRAPS 6X32m2
  16. 16. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 318602. This publication reflects only the authors’ views and the European Union is not liable for any use that may be made of the information contained therein. Intelligent Urban Water management system FP 7 Urban Water - Integrated Management System
  17. 17. Activities since 2006: 1 GIS implementation 2. Implementation of a remote control system 3. Network modelling. 4. Sectorization 5. Web page and virtual office. 6. Call Center. Savings Smart Santander - Citizen Services
  18. 18. Agricultural and Processed Food Products Irrigation water Recycled fertilisers Toilet flushing Consumer goods Process water Kitchen Waste Black Water Grey Water Nutrient recovery process (BES, crystallisation) Water Treatment Disinfection Reclaimed water Ammonium sulfate (S) NPK-fertiliser Struvite HTAD (Anaerobic Digestion) Phosphoric INDUSTRY AGRICULTURE (L) NPK-fertiliser Liquid (L) Solid (S) Ammonium nitrate 4R I F E LU N
  19. 19. THE circular CITY OF THE FUTURE
  20. 20. Frogalla@fcc.es Obrigado Gracias Thank you!!

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