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WAVE #05

Creating Value

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rocess effluents from the Food and Beverage sector are characterized by highly biodegradable components with a high calorific value. Anaerobic technology plays a key role in the effluent treatment and resource recovery from these industrial effluent streams. Biothane is Veolia’s technology centre for anaerobic technologies and is one of the world's leading companies in the field of biological treatment of industrial wastewater. The principle of anaerobic solutions is the utilization of anaerobic bacteria (biomass) to convert organic pollutants or COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) into biogas without the presence of oxygen. Particularly adapted to treat medium to high strength wastewater, most of the degraded organic material will be converted into methane, while only a small fraction is used for biomass production. Produced biomass is a resource

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that can be sold, at least for the granular sludge based technologies like Biobed® Advanced EGSB and Biothane Advanced UASB. This is not the case for aerobic treatment processes, which rely on energy-intensive aeration to oxidize organic material, while generating a large quantity of waste biomass which has to be disposed off.

''Anaerobic proven to

be most appropriate in view of Total Cost of Ownership and Sustainability

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Biogas can be used for steam and / or electricity generation. Oil or gas fuel can be (partly) replaced by biogas, resulting in operational cost saving. There are many different types of anaerobic processes. Combining this with the uniqueness of each effluent, specific site conditions

and specific requirements, such as future expansion or energy and/or water recovery makes the selection of the optimal treatment technology important.

Anaerobic technology applied for brewery In order to increase its current beer production capacity, the Paulaner brewery (Munich, Germany) decided to expand and relocate their brewery. The nature of brewery effluent is most suitable for anaerobic treatment. This project had a key constraint in terms of available space and the effluent treatment plant had to be installed in a building. Compact, robust, high efficiency, Biobed Advanced. The system is a granular biomass type of treatment process. The granular biomass consists of different bacteria which convert the available organic fraction in the wastewater into valuable biogas. In top of the reactors, patented 3-phase Biobed

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Advanced settlers are installed, which separate the biomass from the final effluent and the biogas. The system is designed for 2,800 m⁳/day of wastewater and produces more than 9,000 Nm⁳biogas per day (approx 2.8 MW).

Complete resourcing of waste and effluent streams One of the world’s’ leading confectionary and pet food producers asked Veolia to provide a solution for the treatment of production water effluents and waste streams. The solution had to meet sustainable targets to maximize green energy recovery and water re-use, have no impact on the environment and achieve river discharge conditions. The available footprint was limited. The process concept selected is based on Memthane technology. Memthane combines anaerobic digestion technology with ultra-filtration membranes. The membrane acts as a filter and is a 100% physical separation of anaerobic biomass. Memthane treats process effluent and food waste fractions in one anaerobic treatment process, is compact and achieves high removal efficiencies (> 99%). The biogas is applied in a Combined Heat Power (CHP) unit, producing 2 MW of heat

equivalent to 1 MW of electricity. The Memthane effluent is posttreated by Veolia’s Anitamox process. The application of this technology saved more than 10% in additional energy production. The final stage of the plant is the polishing of a small aerobic posttreatment, by means of the Biosep process. It combines the aerobic treatment with Ultra Filtration membranes. Approximately 67% of the effluent is discharged into the river and 33% is re-used after an upgrade through Veolia’s Reverse Osmosis technology.

SMART plant operation To increase the ease, reliability and effectiveness of the operation of an anaerobic treatment plant, Biogas Manager Control® SMART technology for anaerobic wastewater treatment has been developed. The technology provides a new dimension in operating anaerobic granular wastewater treatment process through 24/7 real-time control. This allows for minimal physical operational attendance. This technology consists of a carefully designed instrumentation and control package. It measures online quality parameters: water flow, COD reduction, biogas production and biomass quality. The system is provided with automated 24/7

back up service - 365 days per year. This innovation is expected to change the regular operation of biological wastewater treatment plants into automated selfregulating plants, which are monitored remotely. ●

Summary Biothane has more than 600 references in the field of industrial effluent treatment. The Biothane anaerobic technologies prove to have added value through: • Compact & Small foot print solutions • Production of a green energy source • Low operational cost • Nutrient recovery • High removal efficiency • Minimizing Carbon -and Water footprint at site To select the most appropriate process, Veolia develops design studies to roadmap treatment routes for the sustainable treatment of present process effluents, aiming to optimize energy production and close water cycles. These studies are based on full scale expertise and support by tests executed at Biothane laboratories or Pilot Plants on site.


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Ho e er a ing aid t at o ng Sa di en and o en are ret rning ro t d ing a road on o ern ent and ri ate c olar i ringing it t e ne t le o anage ent and leader i . e co ntr o ld rel ene it. Are there any pioneering engineering stories in the Middle East, perhaps famous inventors and scientists? a re t ere are t can tell o ro o r e erience t at o r o ng engineer at o r tr c a e l lant in ing A d lla Econo ic it a e co e it great incre ental all o e a a tin i ro e ent t at a e re lted in greater e icienc in o r o eration. a ro d o t e a c a o ld o a co atriot o in ent an eart - attering ell-engineered rod ct.

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SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

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Riyadh Metro, Saudi Arabia

Moving People Forward For decades, Bechtel has helped customers bring ambitious urban concepts to life—from special economic zones to entire cities. Our projects assist societies in overcoming challenges of growing populations, connectivity, resiliency, and resource management. Rail is core to these advancements, enabling mobility, access, industry, and growth. Bechtel has delivered more than 300 major subway and rail projects, and is at the forefront of building some of the largest and most sustainable rail systems in the world today. Transporting Riyadh’s next generation A Bechtel-led consortium, which includes Almabani, CCC, and Siemens, is designing and building two of six rail lines of the Riyadh Metro Network. When complete, the 109-mile (176-kilometer) system will ease congestion and reduce pollution by giving Riyadh’s 6.5 million residents an alternative to driving. Among the sustainable design aspects, we are incorporating solar panels to power the depots with renewable energy.

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REDUCING ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINTS

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SCPX Circular Economy & Impact FUEL:

Saved an average of 371,316 gallons (1.4 million liters) per year, which equates to removing nearly 700 cars from the road

CARBON EMISSIONS:

Prevented an average of 3,300 metric tons of emissions per year

WATER:

Conserved an average of 100,000 gallons (378,541 liters) a year, enough to fill 1 million 12-ounce (.35-liter) water bottles

FOOD WASTE:

Reduced 90 percent (990 kg/work day), equal to about 730,000 pounds, or 365 tons, of waste on average per year

CONSTRUCTION WASTE:

Recovered, reused, and recycled 40 percent annually

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Greening project facilities The Al Taweelah Alumina refinery is a greenfield project in the United Arab Emirates that will supply 2 million tons of alumina for smelting. With our partner, Emirates Global Aluminium, we used Estidama (sustainability in Arabic) principles and practices at the refinery’s operation management building to set a high bar of sustainability compliance. We saved water by using water-conserving fixtures and fittings, recycled sewage water for irrigation, and native plants that require less water to maintain for landscaping. To reduce energy consumption, we added external shading and installed energy-efficient equipment and lighting systems. These measures and others contributed to:

∙ 100 percent recycled water for irrigation ∙ 54 percent reduction in internal potable water consumption ∙ 13 percent reduction in energy use ∙ 55 percent of procured steel using recycled content ∙ 70 percent of nonhazardous construction waste recycled


SUSTAINABILITY REPORT

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Engineering the Next 100 Years Bechtel delivers the most complex projects in the world for its customers. These feats are not only modern engineering marvels; they spur long-term prosperity and growth that transform countries and lives. From the Paris climate agreement to the launch of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, we saw the world decisively shift to a future of cleaner energy, greener infrastructure, and universal access to clean water. Amid this accelerating trend, Bechtel delivered for its customers, partners, and society:

∙ Clean power for homes, cities, and businesses ∙ Rail networks that ease pollution and congestion while improving

LONG-TERM GOALS AND TARGETS

By 2030, Bechtel commits to: Contribute solutions achieving global sustainable development goals. OUR TARGET:

100 ideas to help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

urban mobility

∙ Communities more resilient to extreme weather and natural disasters through our volunteer programs

∙ Less waste, energy, and water use at our projects and offices ∙ A legacy of sustainability at our projects long after our work is complete

Bechtel also made progress on our strategy to advance sustainability across our business. We’ve implemented new tools, procedures, and initiatives to spur innovation, reduce our environmental footprint, and protect vulnerable workers and communities. These efforts form the backbone of our ambitious long-term goals and targets. The last century was defined and shaped by industrial development that created generations of prosperity; this century will be defined by sustainable development. The projects we deliver for our customers and the world, and the way we deliver them, will help ensure this century will flourish.

It’s no longer enough to build the biggest projects in the world. We will also be known for building the best projects for the world.

Increase the resilience of vulnerable communities to natural hazards. OUR TARGET:

5 million people are safe from natural hazards through our volunteer programs.

Promote environmental sustainability in our projects and facilities. OUR TARGET:

100% of our key projects and non-project facilities to reduce our environmental footprint.

Drive sustainability in our global supply chain. OUR TARGET:

100% of our key suppliers have programs to promote sustainability in the delivery of materials and services, as well as within their own supply chain. on tr ction Leader

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Bringing together a global audience of industry leaders, policy makers and sector specialists, WFES in the leading exhibition for innovations, product launches and valuable business networking opportunities. It is the place for making connections that will offer you unparalleled access to decision makers from fast growing energy markets such as Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE, Morocco, Egypt, India, Africa, Jordan and many others.

For exhibition space booking and sponsorship opportunities at World Future Energy Summit 2018 Claude Talj

+971 50 452 8168

Co-located events

claude.talj@reedexpo.ae

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Under the Patronage of H.H. General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the U.A.E. Armed Forces

EC WASTE

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PART OF ABU DHABI SUSTAINABILITY WEEK

15-18 JANUARY 2018 ABU DHABI NATIONAL EXHIBITION CENTRE

BOOK YOUR STAND TODAY 6,900+

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EcoWaste Exhibition is the event to exhibit at to unlock opportunities in the Middle East & North Africa’s growing waste management sector. Meet key buyers and position your brand as a leader in waste management technologies and services. Here is a selection of organisations that were represented by senior decision makers in our hosted buyer programme in 2017: • Tadweer • ADCO (Abu Dhabi Company for onshore petroleum operations)

• Eastern Region Municipality (Saudi Arabia)

• Sharjah Municipality • Dubai Municipality

• Ministry of Petroleum (Egypt)

• ENOC (Emirates National Oil Company) • Bee'ah

• Royal Commission Jubail (Saudi Arabia) • Jeddah Municipality (Saudi Arabia) • Zarqa Municipality (Jordan) • Dhofar Municipality (Oman) • Rotana Hotel Group

For exhibition space booking and sponsorship opportunities at EcoW STE Exhibition 2018 Hussam ared Co-located with

hussam.yared@reedexpo.ae

+971 50 667 8734 Industry Supporter

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