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Sgcp13kaye

  1. 1. Opportunities for Innovation in theWater IndustrySGCP13 Conferencewww.cir-strategy.com/events5th June2013Steve KayeHead of Innovation
  2. 2. Climate Change
  3. 3. Background to Anglian Water•  27,500 km2 - largest WASC•  3,500 employees•  flat terrain - slow runningrivers•  agricultural pollution•  fast growing region•  mainly rural•  driest region in UK•  Long coastline•  Over 1000 Sewage TreatmentWorks
  4. 4. Innovation – A Long Term ViewBusiness ProcessesCustomer ServiceProductsCulturalIT Solutions
  5. 5. Rejection withexplanationPresentation to SGTelephone contact,meeting, info requestSupplier Dragon DenTrialNOYESYESNONOThe Water Innovation NetworkIdea/InnovativeSolutionWIN SteeringGroupExploitYESOpen Innovation
  6. 6. Ideas and Events Exploitation• 350 Companies engaged• 120 ideas received on all parts of the value chain• 5 ideas exploited in the business• Some submissions are currently in trial• Themed Events• Renewable Energy, Drought, European BrokerageEvent, etc…
  7. 7. Improve what weve got !Activated SludgeTrickling Filters
  8. 8. Water Meters – What Next ?Our meters are changing…• Current penetration around 70%• Opportunities for Smart Metering• A multi-utility approach?• Trials underway:-• 11,000 IHDs (with GEO,internal meters only)• Refuse trucks in Colchester
  9. 9. Reducing Cost & CarbonPrecast concretePrecast concrete units provide a more cost effectivesolution than plastic for certain ground conditions.28% cost saving19% reduction in embodied carbon(50% reduction with cement replacement)Structured plastic with conventional beddingLower cost solution with lower embodied carbon, but stillrequires bedding and surround to be craned into position.34% cost saving39% reduction in embodied carbonConventional in-situ reinforced concreteConventional techniques are labour and materials intensive.Structured plastic in curved trenchA specially fabricated bucket enables a curved-bottom trench tobe dug, making significant savings on imported bedding andsurround materials.38% cost saving50% reduction in embodied carbon(55% reduction with SMR)
  10. 10. Low Carbon Solution – NaturalApproaches•  Use of low energy solutions to meet environmentalrequirements05001000150020002500300035000 10 20 30 40Operation YearsTonnesCO2Aero LagoonsLocal TreatmentPump Away
  11. 11. Wastewater – Maximising ResourcesOne man s waste….NutrientRecoveryImproving TreatmentEfficiencyIncreasingBio-GasCombiningWasteStreamsIncreasedElectricityGeneration

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