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Innovative Water Recycling

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Innovative Water Recycling

  1. 1. Innovative Water Recycling
  2. 2. PERC Water Corporationo A water infrastructure development companyo Headquartered in Costa Mesa, Californiao Founded in 1998o Privately heldo 22 water recycling facilitieso Provide innovative, efficient solutions to water infrastructure needso Industry leader in utilization of public-private partnerships 2
  3. 3. PERC Water ASP® Unique Characteristicso Certainty of cost, schedule and performanceo Small footprint: • Common wall construction • Underground and covered tanks • Buildings above tankso Neighbor friendlyo Risk management using integrated alternative delivery methods 3
  4. 4. Neighbor Friendly 4
  5. 5. Small Footprint 5
  6. 6. Public-Private Partnership v. Design-Bid-Buildo Transfer of risko Performance based • Power costs • Extended warranties • Employees retainedo Reduced costso City still sets rateso Risk management using integrated Design-Build-Operate 6
  7. 7. Socio-Economic Benefits of PPPo Local job creation > multiplier effect on the local economyo Sales tax revenueso Potential revenues derived from the trading or sale of recycled watero Local control over assets, costs and rate settingo Complete reversion at the end of the PPP term 7
  8. 8. Risk Allocation Table 8
  9. 9. Concessionso Leverage operational efficiencieso Monetizing existing assetso Receive initial fundingo Stabilizing or maintaining rateso Future upgrades & expansiono Implementation of technology & automation 9
  10. 10. Concession – Case Study 10
  11. 11. Central PERC™o Secure logino Ties to SCADA and CMMS systemso Delivers up to the minute facility informationo Graphics to drill down for more detailo Notifications deliver critical messageso Easy accesses to facility referenceso Operations Manualso Permitso Safety Information 11
  12. 12. Portfolio Overview 12
  13. 13. Mountain House, CaliforniaProject Type: Design/Build/OperateCapacity: 3.0 MGD (designed for 5.4 MGD)Population Capacity: 35,000 (64,000)Design: 9 monthsConstruction: 16 months 13
  14. 14. City of Goodyear, ArizonaProject Type: Design/Build/OperateCapacity: 4.1 MGD (designed for 8.2 MGD)Population Capacity: 48,000 (96,000)Design: 6 monthsConstruction: 9 months 14
  15. 15. City of Santa Paula, CaliforniaProject Type: Design/Build/Operate/FinanceCapacity: 4.2 MGD (current rating 3.4 MGD)Population Capacity: 50,000Design: 6 monthsConstruction: 18 months 15
  16. 16. City of El Mirage, ArizonaProject Type: Design/Build/OperateCapacity: 3.6 MGDPopulation Capacity: 43,000Design: 5 monthsConstruction: 14 months 16
  17. 17. City of Surprise, ArizonaProject Type: Design/Build/OperateCapacity: 3.0 MGD Total (SPA 2 – 1.2 MGD, SPA 3 – 1.8 MGD)Population Capacity: 35,000Design: 6 / 9 monthsConstruction: 14 /16 months 17
  18. 18. Public-Private Partnership Case Study 18
  19. 19. Santa Paula City Datao 65 miles northwest of Los Angeleso Population approximately 30,000o “Citrus Capital of the World” 19
  20. 20. The Problem 20
  21. 21. Santa Paula’s Problemso Out of compliance with the Stateo Faced over $8 million in fines by the Stateso Aged facility reached end of useful life (1939)o Insufficient capacity for growtho No certainty of capital costs and operating costso No certainty of project scheduleo No certainty of financingo No reuse of water 21
  22. 22. Santa Paula’s Goalso Compliance with the State and eliminate fineso Certainty of capital and operating costso Certainty of financingo Competitive rateso Recycle and reuse wastewater 22
  23. 23. The SolutionRetain PERC Water and Alinda Capital to privately fund, build and own a new water recycling facility 23
  24. 24. Solution: PERC ASP® Water Recycling Facilityo Capacity to treat and recycle 4.2 million gallons per dayo Support population of 50,000o Membrane bio reactor using Koch Membraneso Title 22 unrestricted reuse effluento Integrated biosolids facilityo Integrated recycling education centero Small tank footprint of less than 1 acreo Aesthetically pleasing buildings / no odors 24
  25. 25. Solution: Private Fundingo Financed by Alinda Capital Partners and PERC Watero 100% privately funded with debt & equityo No capital obligations by the Cityo 30 year concession with fixed feeso Future cap ex included 25
  26. 26. Solution: A Public-Private Partnership 26
  27. 27. Solution: Risk Mitigation for the City 27
  28. 28. Solution: Innovative Design 28
  29. 29. Solution: Small Footprint 29
  30. 30. Solution: Land Efficiency 30
  31. 31. Solution: Fast Track Design / Build ScheduleMay 5, 2008: City Council vote to proceedMay 6, 2008: Commence engineeringJuly 7, 2008: Break groundDecember 16, 2009: Complete constructionMay 13, 2010: Begin full operations (7 months early)December 15, 2010: Required compliance date 31
  32. 32. Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility September 2008 32
  33. 33. Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility December 2008 33
  34. 34. Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility March 2009 34
  35. 35. Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility June 2009 35
  36. 36. Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility August 2009 36
  37. 37. Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility November 2009 37
  38. 38. Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility January 2010 38
  39. 39. Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility Completed May 2010 39
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  49. 49. Goals Achieved by the Cityo Compliance with the State and eliminate fines  Guaranteed to meet State compliance  Scheduled completion is seven months early  Transferred violation risk to PERC Water/Alindao Certainty of capital and operating costs  30 years of guaranteed capital, operating costs and cap ex  30 years of guaranteed power consumption 49
  50. 50. Goals Achieved by the Cityo Certainty of financing  100% privately funded and privately ownedo Competitive rates  40% lower than neighboring City  Lowest overall rates from procurement processo Recycle and reuse wastewater  Can produce 4,700 acre feet per year of recycled water 50
  51. 51. Recognitiono 2011 National Council of Public-Private Partnerships “Award for Innovation”o 2011 Design-Build Institute of America – Western Pacific – Top Tier Water Awardo 2010 Environmental Business Journal “Project Merit” Achievement Awardo 2009 Global Water Intelligence Water Deal of the Year “Award of Distinction”o 2009 Environmental Business Journal “Sustainability & Resource Protection” Achievement Award 51
  52. 52. “In the history of the world, no one has ever washed a rented car.” - Lawrence Summers, Former Harvard University President Rec 52
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