GSSD13 Solution Forum 2 (UNIDO)

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Global South-South Expo

A presentation from solution Forum 2 organized by UNIDO

Clean Technologies for Green Industry is the theme for this forum and is the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) important contribution to the Global South South Development Expo 2013. It will focus on showcasing clean technology solutions that have been successfully implemented in developing countries, emphasizing Southern-grown technologies, as well as South-South, North-South-South triangular cooperation and PPP modalities

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GSSD13 Solution Forum 2 (UNIDO)

  1. 1. Solutions Forum II Clean Technologies for Green Industry UNIDO TEST Methodology Carolina Gonzalez 29 October 2013 Nairobi, Kenya
  2. 2. Outline 1. TEST Methodology 2. Case studies & Results - MED TEST project 3. Replication & Up-scaling
  3. 3. Green Industries Green Industries means economies that strive for a more sustainable pathway of growth, by undertaking green public investments and implementing public policy initiatives that encourage environmentally responsible private investments. Decoupling resource depletion from economic growth www.unido.org/greenindustry
  4. 4. Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technologies - TEST Methodology Objective: Support sound management of resources use at priority industrial hot spots, to minimize use of resources and maximize productivity through the demonstration of best practices, application of clean technologies, and capacity building. The methodology demonstrates that industries can achieve economic benefits through the application of best environmental practices and resource efficiency.
  5. 5. TEST Global Application
  6. 6. Context  The TEST integrated approach was developed by UNIDO in 2000, it was implemented in 5 countries in the Danube River Basin.  The TEST methodology aims to improve environmental management and competitiveness of companies (primarily SMEs) in developing countries and economies in transition.  TEST consists of five management tools aimed at changing practices in industries/companies in a comprehensive way in order to ensure the adoption of environmental practices.
  7. 7. The 5 Tools of TEST Resource Efficiency and Cleaner Production (RECP) Environmental Management Systems (EMS) Environmental Management Accounting (EMA) Environmentally Sound Technologies (EST) Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  8. 8. TEST: major steps Initial Review Phase 1 RECP, EMS, EMA Potential for improvement Viability and commitment EMA – total costs of material losses RECP – BAT/BEPs EMS – system support Phase 2 EST Phase 3 SES/CSR Investment needing measures Feasibility study, Financing Evaluation and reflection Sustainable Enterprise Strategy
  9. 9. Fundamentals of TEST programme √ √ √ √ √ √ Integrated approach that links sustainability to core business strategy, management systems and manufacturing processes Benchmarking company performance with ratios/technology in the global market Training, Monitoring, Follow up & Top management engagement Multidisciplinary skills and Technical sectoral expertise Flexible approach depending on company size and baseline, applicable at existing sites and for start-ups Linking to existing financing investment schemes (SMEs)
  10. 10. MED – TEST Project      Overall Objective: Build national capacities in UNIDO-TEST integrated approach and conduct pilot projects within priority industrial areas affecting the Mediterranean basin to demonstrate the economical/environmental benefits of resource efficiency and sustainable production. Countries: Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt Funding: 2.1 M USD - GEF, Italian Government Coverage: 43 industries, 7 industrial sectors Duration: 2009-2012 www.unido.org/medtest
  11. 11. Selection of companies Company participation is voluntary Industry motivation to join TEST: productivity and cost reduction, pressure from supply chain and customers, regulatory compliance Cash Co-financing from companies required (ownership) Selection criteria:      Management commitment Environmental problems & potential for improvement  Financial viability - creditworthiness 
  12. 12. Components & outputs Components Capacity Building Pilot Demonstrations Dissemination & Replication Outputs Network of national resources, institutions and service providers trained and experienced in implementing TEST integrated approach in industry. • Best practices introduced with economic benefits • Reduction of pollution discharges • Investment portfolio for cleaner technology transfer tapping existing national financial instruments • National and Regional dissemination of best practices and lessons learned • National replication roadmaps and kick off of commercially based TEST application in new companies
  13. 13. Priority Sectors    Tunisia: Agro-food, Textile, Leather Morocco: Agro-food, textile, Metal, Ceramic Egypt: Agro-food, Chemical, Pulp & paper Ceramic; 2 Textile; 8 Food & Beverage; 16 Metal; 3 Chemical; 6 Pulp & Paper; 4 Leather; 4
  14. 14. RECP: Types of measures     Water conservation: cleaning techniques, in process recycling and second grade applications (water treatment units); monitoring & use of meters Product recovery & valorisation: product push before CIP, in process recycling, off specs & returns from clients, packaging, valorisation of byproducts Steam generation and distribution: insulation, fuel switch, process integration Electric system: power factor, compressors, optimisation and heat recovery of chillers, cold storage rooms, lighting
  15. 15. Project’s achievements in industries Return on investment of identified measures Number of m easures implemented, retained for study, discarded 23% Discarded 54% Retained for study 23% Implemented 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 0<PBP<0.5 yr 0.5<PBP<1.5 yr 1.5 yr<PBP<4 yr
  16. 16. MED TEST Case Studies & Results
  17. 17. Company Cap-Bon (SCAPCB) Case study: Food Sector SCAPCB produces canned food. It has a daily production capacity to process 1,200 tons of fresh tomatoes. Measures identified: • Company designs: modification of the nozzle used for pre-rinsing and final rinsing of fresh tomatoes, reduced the overall water consumption by 40%. It also improved the overall quality of finished products. • Valorization of by-products: waste from tomato refinement sold to farmers to enrich animal fodder • New equipment: installation of a water tank (300 m3) allowed for a more efficient distribution and use of well water and protects submerged pumps against water currents.  Overall water savings of 129,737 m3/yr.
  18. 18. Société Moderne des Cuirs et Peaux (SMCP) Case study: Leather Sector SMCP is a leather company founded in 1965. Production is distributed in ovine skins (57%, 525 tons/year), goat skins (10%, 90 tons/year) and bovine skins (33%, 300 tons/year). It produces for both local and international markets. Measures identified: • Reuse of chemicals: recovering chromium sulphate after precipitation and filtering can replace 46% of the new chromium with no impact on the quality of finished leather. This allows for the reuse 24 tons/yr of recovered chromium otherwise discharged as sludge • New equipment: A change to perforated shaking drums facilitated the elimination of salt from the salted hides. This resulted in the elimination of 120 tons/yr of salt and a 40% reduction of chlorides in the wastewater.
  19. 19. GARTEX Case study: Textile Sector GARTEX is a jeans production and bleaching company fully focused on exports, with a working capacity of 2,800,000 items/yr. Measures identified: • Adaptation of equipment: their washing machines were equipped with double water exits, which facilitates the implementation of a system for reuse of rinse water. By installing a network of gutters, pipes and water pumps 11,250 m3 water can be saved annually. • Change in programming: An automated programming was put in place which establishes general washing and drying programmes, as well as subprogrammes to facilitate adjustments, thereby eliminating manual interference and reducing error risk. The change reduced water consumption by 25% (3.500 m3/yr), thermal energy (162 MWh/year) and chemical products (6%).
  20. 20. Results: Egypt Company Size (*) Investments [USD/yr] Savings [USD/yr] Water Savings [%] Energy Savings [%] 660 200 257,518 75,540 889,000 414,956 32 50 3 6 1,130 1,000 136,474 1,564,086 1,696,132 1,264,042 40 85 44 19 2,300 740 700 3,300 430 429,627 49,033 97,050 1,536,667 100,934 127,803 416,057 466,793 530,638 457,371 18 26 17 4 20 1 7 10 35 8 40 416,850 97,377 30 47 1,125 940 920 2,443,446 279,217 1,731,170 1,518,446 304,786 1,228,167 15 33 52 10 15 12 9,117,614 9,407,568 Food & Beverage Sector Edfina Company for Preserved Food Egyptian British Company for Development (Galina-Agrofreeze) Egyptian Company for Starch, Yeast & Detergents El-Nile Soft Drinks Company (Crush) Chemicals, Petrochemicals and petroleum sector Extracted Oils and Derivatives Company Misr Chemicals Company (MCI) Solvay Alexandria Sodium Carbonate Egyptian Petrochemicals Company (EPC) Misr Petroleum Company (Lube Oil Blending Plant) Leather sector, tanneries Atef El Sayed Tannery Pulp and paper sector General Company for Paper Industry (RAKTA) Moharrem Press Company National Paper Company (NPC) TOTAL
  21. 21. Results Morocco Size (*) Investments [USD/yr] Savings [USD/yr] Water Savings [%] Energy Savings [%] 500 600 320 350 320 280,328 117,929 131,099 120,175 79,125 333,830 381,436 168,148 73,970 133,500 20 23 10 22 48 7 13 20 65 26 400 300 324,327 250,911 242,041 474,615 4 2 7 27 200 90 262,164 85,800 370,431 327,375 7 1 11 12 200 50 Company 347,538 87,125 2,086,566 433,180 205,306 3,143,814 80 80 4 12 Food Sector Fromagerie BEL (dairy) Colainord (dairy) Cumarex (fish) C2M (fish) BOA (meat) Textile Sector, finishing Ecolorentel Lavesma Metal Sector Aluminium du Maroc Industube Ceramic Sector Ghorghiz Ceramica Dersa TOTAL
  22. 22. Results Tunisia Size (*) Company Investments [USD/yr] Savings [USD/yr] Water Savings [%] Energy Savings [%] 493 50-250 308 119 202 547 191,200 98,139 827,410 56,331 29,200 484,945 133,700 73,639 746,638 75,454 194,600 546,903 12% 44% 16% 22% 12% 13% 17% 9% 13% 21% 14% 19% 55 185 150 60 80 40 76,500 181,800 139,000 37,500 1,264,645 76,200 55,600 111,836 91,300 28,800 491,860 67,200 10% 19% 24% 30% 56% 19% 30% 39% 7% 14% 10% 15% 180 35 50 523,000 287,000 184,000 446,800 97,200 125,000 14% 22% 8% 15% 3% 70% Food & beverage Sector Générale Industrielle Alimentaires Slama (GIAS) Société de Conserves Alimentaires du Cap Bon Tunisie Lait Société de Boissons du Cap-Bon (SBC) Societè Nouvelle de boisons Centrale Latiere du Cap nord (CLC) Textile Sector, finishing Teinturerie et Finissage Mediterraneenne (TFM) Gartex Megastone Traitex Garment Dyeing Service Star Wash Leather Sector, tanneries Tanneries Megisserie du Maghreb (TMM) Société Moderne des Cuirs et Peaux (SMCP) Tannerie du Nord Utique TOTAL 4,456,870 3,286,530
  23. 23. MED TEST - Achievements Key figures 6 National partners/service providers 30 TEST Trainees 43 Demonstration industries 958 Man days of training delivered to industry and trainees Results Industry Demonstrations: 16 Millions USD/yr economic savings 9,600,000 m3/yr water savings 250,000 MWh/yr energy savings Donor funds, 2.1 M USD, leveraged 20 M USD of private sector investment
  24. 24. Replication & Up-scaling SWITCH-Med Demonstration and Networking Components     Funding: 17 M EUR, from the European Commission Partners: UNIDO, CPRAC, UNEP-MAP & UNEP-DTIE Countries (9): Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Israel, Algeria and Libya. Duration: 4 years (2014-2018)
  25. 25. SWITCH-Med The objective of the SWITCH-Med is to facilitate the shift toward Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) in the Southern Mediterranean Region. The SWITCH-Med umbrella programme consists of 3 Components: Policy, Demonstration and Networking. Demonstration Component:  Sustainable production - MED TEST II  Green entrepreneurship and civil society empowerment  SCP Nation Action Plans demo Networking Component Facilitate networking & knowledge sharing among partners, and foster lessons learned
  26. 26. THANK YOU Carolina Gonzalez Environmental Management Branch Water Management Unit C.Gonzalez-Castro@unido.org

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