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Disseminate concept of Eco Industrial Estate


Minimize Raw Material Consumption Minimize Energy Consumption Minimize Waste Disposal Gear toward balance of

Social Social
Economics Economics Environment Environment

Potential Areas of Eco-Industrial Networking1


Common buying Customer/supplier relations By-product connections Creating new material markets Shared commuting Shared shipping Common vehicle maintenance Alternative packing Intra-park transportation Integrated logistics Human resource recruiting Joint benefit packages Wellness programs Common needs (payroll, maintenance, security) Training Flexible employee assignment

Materials

Transportation

Human Resources
1

Cohen-Resenthal, 1996.

Information Communication Systems

Internal communication systems External information exchange Monitoring systems Computer compatibility Joint MIS system for Park Management

Quality of Life/ Community Connections

- Integrating work and recreation - Cooperative education opportunities - Volunteer and community programs - Involvement in regional planning

Energy

-Green buildings - Energy Auditing - Cogeneration - Spin-off energy firms - Alternative fuels

Marketing

- Green labeling - Accessing green markets - Joint promotions (e.g. advertising, trade shows) - Joint ventures - Recruiting new value-added companies Accident prevention Emergency response Waste minimization Multimedia planning Design for Environment Shared environmental information systems Joint regulatory permitting Pollution prevention Scrap reduction and reuse Production design Common subcontractors Common equipment Technology sharing and integration

Environment, Health & Safety

Production Processes

Example of Eco-Industrial Estate Development at Northern Industrial Estate


Fabric Scrap (Cotton and Silk)

Woman handbag/purse

Crystal Quartz Scrap

Woman Accessories

Wooden Scrap

Aromatic Incense Stick

1 2

4 3

By - Product

Material Waste Production Process

Transportation
Hum an Resources Hr. Club I3-A (Plan)

EHS I -3A MTP Municipality Mar keting ISO14001 Energy ISO14001

I nfor mation/ Com munication System

Quality of life/ Comm unity Connection

Quality of life/ Community Connection

- 1. - 1. 2. - 1. 2. 3.

LPG
Waste Gas Fuel for Boiler (20 T/hr. of steam)

PTT GSP
Propane + Ethane Raw Hydrogen LPG

Refineries
Naphtha Naphtha

Heavy Hydrocarbon Waste Gas (285/21)

BSTE (Flare / Incinerator)

BIG

NPC NPC
Mixed C4 (28,000)

TOC TOC
Mixed C4 (128,000)

ROC ROC

LPG

Heavy Hydrocarbon (480) Heavy Hydrocarbon (480)

BSTE Incinerator

(180,000)

Sitathai / Genco Hydrogen Raff-IR Raff-I Methanol (20,000) MTBE (55,000)


Steel Drum (10)

TMMA

Bangkok Synthetics
Butene-I (47,300)

SCSC/SYM

Catalyst

Recovery Pd Plant
Raff-II (80,000)

BSTE BTC SSLC TTT Jetty SPECL

Steam (36,943)

TPE

BPE

COCO
Condensate (35,791)

Butadiene (14,000)

IEAT
Raw Water (7,088 m3/d)

- BST

ARC Jetty

MTT Jetty

Future Plan Unit : Ton/Year

- BSTE
BST BST
Butadiene (80,000) Raw Water (116,026 m3 / d)

SSMC SSMC
Styrene Monomer (11,000)

Waste Gas (22) Incinerator Chemical Waste (72) Sitathai / Genco Heavy Hydrocarbon (320) Incinerator Rubber Waste (155) Better World Green

IEAT
Steam (22,868)

BST Elastomers
Tire Plant(Bridgestone, Goodyear,ect.)

Rubber Waste (155) Incinerator Sludge (128)

COCO
Condensate (3,268)

Genco / BetterWorld Green

Steel Drum (750) SCSC / SYM Used Oil (10)

BR & SBR (40,000) (60,000)

Shoes Plant
Contaminated Waste (6)

TOI

Genco

General

Export

(Unit : Ton/Year)


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