Setawwa 2010, 1-29 choules

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Setawwa 2010, 1-29 choules

  1. 1. Update on Large  Scale Ocean Desal  Scale Ocean Desal Plants Paul Choules – VP Desalination & Reuse Americas Desal.info@Veoliawater.com
  2. 2. Over 80 Years of Desalting Over 80 Years of Desalting CaribDA – has over 190 members www.CaribDA.com Some of the 1st Thermal & Membrane  Desal plants Desal plants
  3. 3. Contents 1. About Veolia • Globally • In the US • Desalination 2. Project Update • Gold Coast, Australia • Sur, Oman • Sydney, Australia • Fujairah 2, UAE F j i h 2 UAE • Other Interesting  projects Kindasa, Saudi Ashkelon, Israel 3. 3 Considerations 3
  4. 4. Veolia Environnement Key figures Global water cycle management Global waste management Total 2009 revenue : $18.1 billion and cleaning  World ‘s #1 Water Company Total 2009 revenue : $13.1 billion • No 2 in the orld for No.2 in the world for waste management services Staff /Freight Transportation Energy services and facilities  g and Logistics management g Total 2009 revenue : $8.5 billion • Total 2009 revenue : $10.2 billion N. American & Europe #1 Private  European leader in the energy services market Transportation Operator 2009 revenue: $49.8 billion Established in 1853 Over 320,000 employees located in 75 countries
  5. 5. A professional services operator providing solutions in the field p g 150 years of combining operations  as a core business with engineering  b h capabilities Partner to world’s leading cities  P t t ld’ l di iti NO. 1 IN WATER SERVICES  (and smaller communities) • $17.05 billion in revenues • Drinking water services to 80 million Drinking water services to 80 million  • 64 countries • 5,000 contracts managed  people and wastewater services for 58  worldwide million people • Proprietary technologies Proprietary technologies •A Approximately 600 North American  i t l 600 N th A i • R&D budget of ~ $200M communities
  6. 6. Veolia Water Veolia Water Businesses Veolia Water specializes in water and wastewater treatment services and  provides the technologies supporting these services Design/build of turnkey installations • Tailor‐made design • T h i l Technical specifications often devised by the customer ifi ti ft d i d b th t • Skills in design, construction and commissioning Technological solutions and associated services T h l i l l ti d i t d i • Standardized systems • Short lead times to deliveryy • Leasing options • Associated services (after‐sales) On‐site services • Operation and maint. of water and wastewater facilities • On‐site personnel • Outsourcing of the water cycle management
  7. 7. Veolia Water Believes Veolia Water Believes We believe in public control and  ownership Our environmental future depends on everyone  • Citizens/consumers can conserve and  protect resources • Technology companies can offer Technology companies can offer  solutions to minimize environmental  impact while saving communities  money • Governmental decision‐makers can seek  best‐in‐class solutions and hold  providers accountable for their  f performance   Accountability is key ‐ what gets  g measured gets done! 
  8. 8. Veolia’s Desal Position #1 in Contracting Capacity since 2000 with 1,578,000,000  GPD (5.6 million m3/D of capacity (5 6 o 3/ of capac y Capacity (m³/d) Veolia
  9. 9. Gold Coast SWRO 125,000 m3/D (33 MGD) End 2005 – January 2009 y US$1 Billion US$1 Billion Intake/Outfall
  10. 10. Gold Coast Project Overview Gold Coast Project Overview j Project works comprise: P j t k i • 33 MGD (125 ML/day) SWRO Plant • Intake/Outlet Tunnels (3 4m/10’ diameter) Intake/Outlet Tunnels (3.4m/10 diameter) • Network Pipeline (24.5 km/15 miles of 1m/3’ dia.) GCD Alliance delivered the project and are operating the plant  for the first 10 years (+ option of an additional 5 yrs)
  11. 11. Context Feasibility  Costing  Decision to  studies studies proceed
  12. 12. Context
  13. 13. Project Details Project Construction • 125 000 m3/day RO Plant (33 MGD) • Intake/outlet Tunnels (3.4m diameter) • Network Pipeline (24.5 km of 1m diameter) Project update • First permeate November 2008 • First potable water distribution 26 February 2009 • 100% Production and start of reliability trial 9 July 2009 • GCD Alliance will deliver the project and operate the plant for the first 10 years (+ option of a further 5 yrs) • Now into the operation phase • The Gold Coast plant has continued to operate at full capacity over the last month meeting all contractual compliance in relation to water quality and environmental requirements q
  14. 14. Process
  15. 15. Community Involvement Community Reference Group (CRG) meetings every month Key community group meetings and presentations – d (Sports Clubs, Chambers of Commerce, Schools, Rotary, Neighborhood Watch) Dedicated community engagement campaigns  Dedicated community engagement campaigns – (Taste Testing, Early Works, Proposed Traffic Access Changes, Open Days) Sponsorships Community Information Center
  16. 16. Environmental Considerations in Design Environmental Considerations in Design
  17. 17. Interaction with Neighbors Interaction with  Interaction with Neighbors Gold Coast Airport • Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Airport Ai • Bird Strike Management runway Landfill Facility • Site Remediation • Landfill Gas Management • Groundwater Management g Soccer Club, Residents • Community Information Center • Community Engagement Campaigns • Sponsorships
  18. 18. Intake Velocity Minimization Intake Velocity Minimization Low velocities to avoid entrainment of marine organisms.
  19. 19. Intake ‐ Monitoring & Impact Minimization Intake  Monitoring & Impact Minimization Intake ‐ Monitoring & Impact Minimization Marine Contaminants Minimization Neutralization Residuals treatment for solids and iron removal (lamella thickeners +  ( centrifuges)
  20. 20. 2. Around the site: Plant Integration 2 Around the site: Plant Integration
  21. 21. RO Performance Observations • Lower pressure & higher salt passage than projections • Feed water: up to 2°C temp. increase through HP/Recirc pumps • 3% mixing at DWEER Product Water Quality • Alkalinity = 50 mg/L • pH = 7.8 • Turbidity < 0.1 NTU • TDS = 70 mg/L /L • Chloride < 20 mg/L, Boron < 0.5 mg/L Power Consumption • 3.6 kWh/m3 (13.32 kWh/1,000 gal) when running at 100% (~20°C) • 0.7 kWh/m3 = Intake + PW pumps + admin • 2.7 kWh/m3 = preT + RO • 0.2 kWh/m3 = residuals treatment
  22. 22. Power Consumption Optimization Pressure center: (3+1) HP Pumps Isobaric Energy Recovery Device  Isobaric Energy Recovery Device Low pressure membranes Partial 2nd pass by pass Partial 2 pass by‐pass 2nd pass brine recirculation Total plant power consumption: Total plant power consumption: 13.8/kWh/1,000 gal or 3.65 kWh/m3
  23. 23. Sur SWRO 80,200 m3/D (21 MGD) November 2009 US$155 Million US$155 Million Beachwells/Outfall
  24. 24. Plant General Overview Plant General Overview
  25. 25. Scope of the Project Scope of the Project BOO (Build, Own & Operate) 2+20  ( , p ) years at SUR • Operate the Existing RO Plant (12,000 m3/d) • C t t th N RO Pl t (80 000 3/d) Construct the New RO Plant (80,000 m3/d) During Operation Period (20 years) • Operate New RO Plant (80 000 m3/d) Operate New RO Plant (80,000 m3/d) Key dates • Commercial Operation Date : 8th of October Commercial Operation Date : 8 of October  2009 • Taking‐Over Certificate: 17th of December  2009
  26. 26. Process Pressure  Filtered  Cartdrige  RO PASS 1 RO PASS 2 Lime Product  Filters SMF Water Tank Filter Water tank Brine to  From  From 2 Sea S Beachwell From  Intake M M 3 5 6 1 4 Floatation Pressure  (Only civil structures are erected) Filters DMF Injection of Chemicals : I j i f Ch i l Flotation T li i t Al Fl t ti : To eliminate Algae and other large particles d th l ti l 1 ‐ FeCl3 : For Floculation Pressure Filters : To eliminate particles > 0.5 mm 1 & 2 ‐ NaOCl : To prevent bacteriological development in Filters Cartridge Filters : To eliminate particles from 5 µ to 0.5 mm  3 ‐ Bisulfite : To neutralize NaOCl RO Pass 2 : To decrease Boron concentration 3 & 4 ‐ Antiscalant : To protect membranes from scaling 4 ‐ NaOH : To raise pH to help Boron stoppage in Pass 2 4 N OH T i Ht h l B t i P 2 5 ‐ CO2 + Limestone : To remineralize 5 ‐ NaF : To respect Health Regulations for dental care 5 ‐ NaOH : To Adjust final pH of Product Water 6 ‐ NaOCl : To Desinfect

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