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Phase 1 Report

Development Planned Phase 1


Area assigned (acres) 11,290
Multiplication factor (m3/day per acre) 3.1
Capacity for Waste Water Treatment (m3/day) 35,000

Phase 2 Report
Development Planned Phase 1
Area assigned (acres) 6,000
Multiplication Factor 3.1
Capacity needed (m3/day) only for industrial 18,600
Area required for 10,000 m3/day WTP capacity (conventional) 5
Area required for WWT plant (if conventional) 9.30
Area required for 10,000 m3/day WTP capacity (membrane) 2
Area required for WWT plant (if membrane) 3.72

Sludge for CAS (tons/day) @ 30 mg/L 0.5580


Sludge for MBR (tons/day) @ 2 mg/L 0.0372
Sludge difference (tons/day) 0.5208
Cost of disposing 1 ton of sludge (USD) 2,900
Annual savings in sludge disposal (USD) 551,267

Power Needed (kWh/day) for CAS @ 0.35 kWh/m3 6,510


Power Needed (kWh/day) for MBR @ 0.3 kWh/m3 5,580
Power difference (kWh/day) 930
Cost of Power for 1 kWh (USD) 3.16
Cost per annum difference between MBR and CAS 1,072,662
Phase 2 Phase 3 Total
5,645 5,645
3.1 3.1
17,500 17,500 70,000

Phase 2 Phase 3 Total


6,000 1,500 13,500
3.1 3.1
18,600 4,650 41,850
5 5
9.30 2.33 20.93
2 2
3.72 0.93 8.37

0.5580 0.1395
0.0372 0.0093
0.5208 0.1302
2,900 2,900 39,376.2000 590,643.0000
551,267 137,817

6,510 1,628
5,580 1,395
930 233
3.16 3.16
1,072,662 268,166
Phase 1 Report
Development Planned Phase 1
Area assigned (acres)
Multiplication factor (MW per acre) 0.29
Capacity for Power Plant (MW) 1,930.54

Phase 2 Report
Development Planned Phase 1
Area assigned (acres) 3,000
Multiplication Factor 0.29
Capacity needed (MW per acre) 870
Area required to setup 100 MW power plant (CCGT) 2
Area required for Power plants in PIPC (if CCGT) 17.40
Area required to setup 100 MW power plant (Gas and Steam) 9
Area required for Power Plants in PIPC (Gas and Steam) 78.30

Needs to be refined after we get actual bottom up power requirement numbers from Daniel
Phase 2 Phase 3 Total

0.29 0.29
1,678.73 1,678.73 5,288

Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Total


3,120 1,500 4,800 12,420
0.29 0.29 0.29
905 435 1,392 3,602
2 2 2
18.10 8.70 27.84 72.04
9 9 9
81.43 39.15 125.28 324.16

requirement numbers from Daniel


Description Unit Jurong Island
Waste Water treatment capacity m3/day 19200
Ratio of Capacity to total Park Area m3/day per acre 3.2

Water Treatment Facilities Capacity m3 Area (acres)

Sembcorp Integrated Wastewater 9,600 1.2


SCIPDC SUEZ Water Treatment Plant 37,500 15
Reliance Conventional Waste water 48,000 15
Marafiq Jubail IWTP 8 95,000 60
Reliance JERP Ion exchange Plant 500 10
The list of facilities are not comprehensive (only the major ones are listed)

Description Unit Jurong Island


Power generation capacity MW 4,200
Power Generation per acre MW/acre 0.70

Power plant Capacity (MW) Area (acres)


Sembcorp 800 14
Pulau Seraya 3240 50
Caojing Co-gen Power Plant 600 10
Rijnmond Energie 820 13
Maasstroom Energie 428 8
Reliance JERP 720 60
Essar Vadinar Power 120 10
E.ON Galileistraat 209 18
E.ON MPP1 & MMP2 1040 217
AVR BEC 21 7
SCIP Jamnagar Rotterdam
37500 57480
5.2 7.3

acres needed for 10,000 m3 Type

1.3 Membrane Bioreactor


4.0 Aerobic & Anaerobic
3.1 Aerobic & Anaerobic
6.3 Aerobic & Anaerobic
200.0 Ion-exchange
(only the major ones are listed)

SCIP Jamnagar Rotterdam


600 1,220 5,980
0.08 0.15 0.75

Acres needed for 100 MW Type


1.8 CCGT
1.5 CCGT
1.7 CCGT
1.6 CCGT
1.9 CCGT
8.3 Gas and Steam
8.3 Gas and Steam
8.6 Gas
20.9 Coal, Biomass
33.3 Biomass
Jubail
132000
3.9

Jubail
5,000
0.15
Advantages and Disadvantages of Membrane Bioreactor as compared to Conventional Systems
Advantages Disadvantages
Small area High Cost
Removal of organic, nutrien and solid Process complexity
Treatment of toxic industrial effluents
Small effluents
High consistency and quality water
Low energy consumption
Diinfection (able to remove pathogen)