Siemens Water Technologies

ADB Workshop on Technologies for Water and Wastewater Management, 17-18 November 2011 Manila 2011,

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Siemens Water Technologies Vision Mission and Values Vision,

Our Vision:
We take care of the world's water.

Our Mission:
We enable our customers to improve the quality and reduce the cost of their water and wastewater.

Our Values:
We operate safely and in environmental compliance. We take great care of our customers. We achieve profitable, market-leading growth. We treat our employees and business partners with respect.
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Water Technologies
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Siemens is providing innovative solutions to some of the most pressing global water problems

Availability: Water is scarce i most regions with A il bili W i in i ih highest population growth Affordability: Reduce the cost for water and wastewater treatment Safety: Meet WHO standards and minimize water y contaminations Efficiency: Re-use water and improve energy efficiency of water treatment

The Challenges for Water

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Ongoing improvements of existing technologies (e.g., membranes, clarification) Development and commercialization of breakthrough p g technologies (electrochemical desalination, advanced biological treatment, hollow fibres, trace contaminant removal) Combining multiple treatment technologies to address complex water problems

The Answers

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Our portfolio of products, systems and services covers the entire water cycle
The Water Cycle The Water Offering
Turnkey Solutions
Siemens international sector approach:
Turnkey EPC

"Water quality"

Environ nmental

Municipal

Industrial

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Oil & Gas Chem & Pharm Food & Beverage Metals & Mining Pulp & Paper Semiconductors Power
UF, MF Membranes Chemic. UV Odor Anaer Clarification E&A Syst. Feed Oz. Contr. Digest. MBR, Vapour Equipment Screens, Cannibal Engineered Products & Systems

High purity

Purity treatment

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Systems

Potable

Fresh water treatment

Process water for production process

Products

Stills

Distill.

Pumps

Wastewater treatment for f reuse

Membrane Elements

Specialty Chemicals

Pipes & Valves

Compop nents

Analytics & Instrument. (by A&D)

Automation, Drives&Switchgear (by A&D + PTD)

Waste
Waste treatment WT's white spots to be filled via M&A and / or R&D

Current WT portfolio

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Our broad range of technologies & services gives customers choices, addresses every water treatment challenge h ll
Purified Water High Purity Water Services & Products Biological Treatment/Clarification

Chemical Feed & UV Disinfection

Water Services & Products

Aftermarket/Product

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Wastewater Treatment W t t T t t Technologies g

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Municipal Wastewater: The most comprehensive portfolio in the industry

Water Path

Sedimentation Clarification

Biological

Clarification

Filtration

Disinfection

Residuals Management

Others
Drying Odor Control Instrumentation & Control

Sludge Path

Thickening/Digestion/ Solids Reduction

Dewatering

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Biological Unit Processes

Conventional Plug Flow Activated sludge Process g g Completely Mixed Activated sludge Process Extended Aeration completely Mixed Activated sludge Process Trickling Filter Sequencing Batch Reactor Moving Bed Bio Reactor Rotating biological contactor Up flow anaerobic Sludge Blanket system Oxidation ditch  And others ……

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Siemens Flowsheet Solutions: for new plants and to upgrade existing ones

up to 50% less footprint, higher flow and less construction costs up to 80% biosolids residues reduction or convert to energy 30-40% less energy reuse quality of treated water safe, safe compliant discharge odor control

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Modified Oxidation Ditch (MOD) with Aerated Anoxic Technology
Orbal® Process Multichannel oxidation ditch operated in series VLR® Process Rectangular basins operated in series; like an oxidation ditch flipped on its side VertiCel® Process VLR followed by Fine Bubble Aeration; optimize the Process Aeration Efficiency

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Orbal Process
Headworks

Primary Clarification

Biological

Secondary Clarification

Filtration

Application: Biological Process Value proposition Up to 20% lower power usage (Aerated Anoxic Process) Enhanced nutrient removal capabilities Modular – expandable 600+ units in operation

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Vertical Loop Reactor (VLR)
Headworks

Application: Biological Process Value proposition Reduced foot print (by 40 % compared with ditches) Can retrofit existing rectangular aeration tanks Modular – expandable 60+ units in operation VLR is usually used for larger plants than Orbal Some points that could lean the selection towards VLR: •VLR can go much deeper (25’ deep for Bangkok) •Each VLR tank has independent disc aerators •Disc aerators are small (20 hp or less) •VLR has two sources of oxygen delivery •Coarse bubble air has lots of flexibility •VLR tanks are deep – but inexpensive to build

Primary Clarification

Biological

Secondary Clarification

Filtration

Clarifier VLR (Aerated Anoxic) Page 12 Fine Bubble
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VertiCel® System

Headworks H d k

Primary Clarification

Biological Bi l i l

Secondary Clarification

Filtration Filt ti

The VertiCel System - biological reactors with stratified dissolved oxygen (DO). 1st reactor - SWT’s unique Vertical Loop Reactor (VLR®). Subsequent stages - highly efficient DualAir® Diffused Aeration Aeration. ® Control System SmartBNR Measures DO and oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) throughout the System. Controls oxygen delivery in response to DO and ORP.

Key Advantages Lowest possible energy costs. Aerated/Anoxic design increases oxygen transfer efficiency. Construction is economical. Excellent nutrient removal capability. The Smart BNR Control System monitors and manages. Minimizes Minimi es aeration costs under varying biological loads nder ar ing loads. Insures effluent requirements are consistently met. Switches to Storm flow mode when excessive flows occur. Smart BNR Control System Screen for the VertiCel System
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Slide 13 JS1 Too many words. This slide has less, but probably can be condensed further.
John.Sheridan, 1/16/2008

OMNIFLO® SBR
 Started as a jet aeration/jet mixing company (June 81’)  Acquired by USFilter in January 96’, Vivendi in May 99’, and Siemens in July 04’  We have been designing and supplying SBR’s for over 25 yrs.  Over 600 SBR installations (70% Municipal, 30% Industrial)  Flow rates from as low as 2,000 GPD and up to 60 MGD  Dedicated and focused on the SBR process Typical design based on no electro-mechanical equipment in the basin

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MBBR Process
Headworks Primary Clarification Biological Secondary Clarification Filtration

Application: Biological Process Value P V l Proposition iti Easy upgrade of existing plants for capacity increase, nutrient removal High rate - minimizes footprint for new plants. Proprietary media with high surface area Advantages 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. No sludge circulation Simple operation Suitable for high-load industrial applications Relatively low sludge yield Upstream stage: high rate Downstream stage: high quality DO related rate Can be applied for both BOD removal and Nitrification

Bio Reactor

Clean Media

Media with Biomass

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MBR: Cutting-Edge Technology to Wastewater Treatment
Headworks Primary Clarification Biological Secondary Clarification Filtration

Activated Sludge Sludge Holding

Clarifier

Sand Filter

Conventional Treatment Process
Membranes

Activated Sludge Sludge Holding

Integrated Membrane Bioreactor
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Proven MBR Developments: Continuous Improvement Program
Innovative Distribution System Optimized Reactor Design Low Overall Life Cycle Costs

Fiber Development

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20% Flux increase • More durable • Stronger • Higher permeability • • • •

50% Power reduction No moving parts Random air pulse Lower air demand Higher scouring efficiency

30% Fluid exchange increase • Improved fluid dynamics/design • Stable performance • No laterals for air • Ideas for Next Gen MBR t h l technology

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Rectangular Sludge Collectors
Application: Clarification Municipal Water treatment Wastewater treatment Value Proposition Reduced f t i t Gl b l Leader R d d footprint. Global L d Three types of chain Largest installed base
Headworks Primary Clarification Biological Secondary Clarification Filtration

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High Performance Secondary Clarifiers
Headworks Primary Clarification Biological Secondary Clarification Filtration

Application Municipal wastewater treatment F & B, P & P, HPI Value Proposition 40% of footprint reduction Better B tt quality effluent with suction header lit ffl t ith ti h d TransFlo clarifiers for rectangular configuration

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Diffused Aeration – Dual Air
Headworks

Primary Clarification

Biological

Secondary Clarification

Filtration

Application: g Biological Process Value proposition   Less piping/lower installed cost Diamond® membranes – higher air transfer efficiency

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Jet Aeration
Application Aeration for biological treatment and SBR Value Proposition

Headworks

Primary Clarification

Biological

Secondary Clarification

Filtration

No moving parts. No maintenance required High oxygen transfer efficiency Independent control of mixing and O2 transfer Corrosion and abrasion resistant Suitable to any basin geometry Ideal for covered tanks Lower installation cost

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Smart BNR Controls
Application Biological Treatment Nutrient Removal Value Proposition: Energy optimization Unattended operation 29 units in operation/sold Standard

Headworks

Primary Clarification

Biological

Secondary Clarification

Filtration

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Dystor System


Proven Performance – over 100 successful installations
Gas storage and recovery over the tank or on the ground; 3 times the capacity of conventional steel floating cover

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Cost of Gas Storage
$60 $50

Lower installed cost per m3 of gas storage Greater operational flexibility Variable operating pressure True odor containment Sludge storage flexibility

Spiral Guided Gas Holder

Cost ($/cu.ft.) )

$40 $30 $20 $10 $0 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

Free Membrane Dystor

Diameter (ft)

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Cannibal Solids Reduction Process
Application: Biological Process Value Proposition Sludge reduction – up to 80 % Breakthrough technology Selective introduction in international markets at this stage
MUST HAVE:  Activated sludge, suspended growth systems – no fixed film  Plants with loadings less than 25 to 30 lbs BOD / 1000 ft3  No water plant sludges discharged into sewer system  Non-aerobic zones at head of plant  Multiple aeration tanks in series with good aeration control NICE TO HAVE:  Minimal industrial discharge  No primary clarifiers or anaerobic digestion  Influent flow 1 MGD to 20 MGD MOST ECONOMICAL  Available tankage for Interchange Bioreactor  No phosphorus limits  High solids handling costs (energy, chemicals, hauling and disposal)  Solids handling upgrades - reduce size/number of units Page 24

Headworks

Primary y Clarification

Biological

Secondary y Clarification

Filtration

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The Forty-X™ Disc Filter
Applications: Filtration Municipal Tertiary Reuse / Recycle Industrial Reuse - Product Recovery Retrofit of Conventional Filters Traveling B id T li Bridge; D Deep B d Beds Value Proposition Pleated design with small foot print ( (+40 % area than flat p panel) )

Headworks

Primary Clarification

Biological g

Secondary Clarification

Filtration

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All types of odor control systems under one very experienced umbrella
Odour Control Technologies Activated C b A ti t d Carbon Range of Activated Carbons Biological Odour Control Systems g y Bio-filters Bio-trickling Filters Chemical Od Ch i l Odour C t l S t Control Systems Multi-stage Packed Towers

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IPS Composting System Features / Benefits

Nearly 50 composting facilities in operation throughout Europe, New Zealand, Canada and the United States. IPS is the leader for in-vessel agitated bin composting Project sizes range from 10 ton to over 400 tons per day day.

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Sludge Belt Dryer “SBD” SBD

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SLUDGE DEWATERING
-SIEMENS BELT PRESS -SIEMENS CENTRIFUGE -SIEMENS FILTER PRESS -SIEMENS POLYMER DOSING SYSTEM

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Flowsheet Solution: Upgrade Solution to Minimize Waste & Energy: Peru, IN USA

Project Facts
     Project: WWTP upgrade Capacity: 8 MGD/30 MLD Siemens Contract: USD $1M Operative: 2005 Repeat USD $1M order in May 2009

Siemens Value Provided
 Power reduction by + 50% (+$80K/yr)  Biosolids reduction by 40%  Effluent quality of <5ppm BOD, TSS, and TN

Siemens Solution
 Utilized existing tankage  Vertical Loop Reactors integrated with High Performance clarifiers  Cannibal Solids Reduction Process
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Upgrade to Minimize Waste, Energy and Improve Discharge: Gills Creek WWTP, Columbia, SC
Customer Perspective
 Expand from 32 to 64 MGD  Meet new discharge standards (NH3-N, TP)  Li it d space – maximize use of existing Limited i i f i ti structures  Lower operational costs: Energy, Sludge, Polymer

Siemens Solution
• Installed new High Performance Clarifiers in the existing p tanks and Verticel Aeration and Cannibal process.

VertiCel System

Cannibal HP Clarifiers

Project Facts/Results
• Operative: 2006 • 42% less power than conventional Fine Bubble Alternative. • Greater than 50% reduction in solids wasted from the facility. • $500,000 in annual savings

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Upgrade Solution to Minimize Waste, Energy and Improve Discharge: Inegol Industrial Zone , Turkey
Siemens Value Provided
130

Capacity: (in MiLD)

55

Before

After

HP Clarifiers

152

Cannibal

Sludge Reduction for 130 MLD: (in Tons) Conventional

75

SWT Solution

~$0.3 ~$0 3 M/yr savings

VertiCel System
Installed Power: ( (in KW) )

3,510 2,441

Project Facts
 Project: Municipal WWTP with 50% textile contribution  Capacity: 130 MLD  Operative: July 2009

Conventional SWT Solution

~$0.7 M/yr savings

Additional Land Requirement: (in m2)

21,056 7,100

Conventional SWT Solution

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Solution to Minimize Waste and Energy Usage: Morongo, Morongo CA
Customer Perspective
 New Casino required an easy to operate WWTP  Reduced Energy due to high power costs in CA  Sludge had to be hauled to Arizona

Siemens Value Provided
 No Biosolids hauled from the plant since start-up in December 2004  Significant Power savings of $44,000/year equivalent to a 52% reduction  Achieving effluent quality well below required parameters

Siemens Solution
 Jet Tech SBR  Cannibal Solids Reduction Process

Project Facts
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Project: Wastewater treatment system Customer/End user: M C t /E d Morongo I di T ib Indian Tribe Capacity: 0.75 MGD/ 3 MLD Operative: December 2004
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SWT Solution to Minimize Waste & Reuse Healdsburg, Healdsburg CA USA

Project Facts
 Project: New WWTP  Capacity: 1.6 MGD/6 MLD  Operative: May 2009

Siemens Value Provided
 Effluent < 5 BOD, 5 TSS and 0.2 NTU Turb  City revenue through industrial reuse  Sludge disposal savings of $ $174 K/yr

Siemens Solution
 MBR integrated with Cannibal Solids Reduction Red ction Process

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Solution to Achieve Stringent Discharge Effluent Quality: Xianyang Road, China
Customer Perspective
    Meet new discharge standards (Std 1 A) Limited space – use existing structure Lowest capital and operational costs Plant to meet normal discharge standards while retrofitting  Confidence of an experienced process supplier

Siemens Value Provided
• Utilization of existing tanks, eliminating the need y to add any new tanks • Lowest capital cost alternative – (nearly 50 % savings)

Siemens Solution
 Siemens VertiCel system

Project Facts
• Project: Upgrading 450 MLD WWTP to meet new Class 1 A discharge standards • Customer/End User: Tianjin Capital Environmental Protection Co., Ltd. • Capacity: 24 MGD/90 MLD Verticel Pilot • Operative: January 2009 95 MGD/360 MLD upgrade

VertiCel System

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SWT UPGRADE, SERVICE & PARTS to Extend Life and Improve Performance
Customer Perspective
• Ten clarifiers comprise 50% of surface area, only capable of 35% of peak flows

Siemens Value Provided
• • VertiCel solution. Provided new Feedwel Baffle System, eliminated influent Performance Clarifiers. g • High short circuiting • • Forty-Xsludge concentrations ( RAS 1000 to 2000 Improved filters. mg/l higher than other units), reducing RAS, • Floating Surface Aerators for Aerobic Digestion. increasing forward flow • Odor Control systemcapacity • Specialized design kept upgrade costs to a minimum

Siemens Solution
 Modeled flow patterns within the well  FEDWA bolted design allowed assembly without crane and lower cost • • • •

Project Facts
Project: Jones Island WWTP, Milwaukee, WI Capacity: Total flow rate: 330 MGD Operative: 2007 Siemens Contract: USD $0.75M

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Singapore Sembcorp NEWater Project at Changi (288 mld )
Largest Singapore NEWater project (Commissioned)  Peak flow up to 316 ML/d UF filtrate 6 + 1 MEMCOR® CP960 (L20V) units = 6720 membranesit b 255360 m2 about 30 soccer fields of surface area for filtration

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What have these references in common?
SIEMENS offered the lowest Total Cost of Ownership Innovative solutions Substantial Energy Savings Local components were used where appropriate L l d h i Alignment between local needs with regional priorities and within global framework / guidance of customer organization Long-term partnership Extended services to ensure continuous improvements

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Innovation is our lifeblood
-Global WT R&D Center in Singapore - Working on Technology Platform like - Hollow fiber Membranes
- Electro Chemical Process - Advanced Bio Processes - Enhanced Oxidation - Media Process Solutions

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Pilot Plants for Desalination
@ Variable Salinity Plant, PUB Singapore Plant

E-Desalination D Develop and demonstrate new desalination t h l l dd t t d li ti technology b based on ED/EDI with < 1 5 d ith 1,5 kWh/m3 energy demand  Develop new IX membranes and module types for cost competitive offering by 2012  Pilot operation of new desal process Seawater Ultrafiltration  Evaluate and optimize the process or SWRO pretreatment  Develop seawater compatible components.  Low pressure membrane products for SWRO pretreatment in terms of performance, capital and operation costs, seawater compatibility.
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Pilot Plants for Advanced Biological Water Treatment

Biotechnology “Green Technology”  Demonstrate feasibility to retrofit large scale treatment plants to approach virtually zero energy consumption, reduce CO2 footprint and reduce sludge generation  Process contact stabilization and anaerobic sludge digestion; improved denitrification  50 m3/day demonstration as basis for future commercialization
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MBR Validation Plant  1000 m3/day MembraneBioReactor System at Changi to develop and validate new innovative membrane products and process concepts under full-scale conditions.  Technology Demonstration site for Siemens to accommodate sales & marketing efforts in ASEAN.  Collaborative project with PUB. Operations begin in December, 2009
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Bidding Processes

Current Practice  Prequalification in specific technology and country asked for  Tender comes out with specified technology mentioned b th t h l ti d by the consultant  We align with EPC and Bid  Less Time being given for any change  Alternatives are not always accepted.  Evaluation done on capital cost and O&M cost for one or two years.  EPCs left with minimal options to gy y work out on technology and always cost driven.
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Ideal Practice  End user / Consultant to go in for Performance bidding with only inlet and outlet parameters and area specified.  End user / Consultant to select the technology based on life cycle costs – evaluation on Power, Chemical, foot print, Sludge hauling etc.  End user to call the bids for Civil and Electro Mechanical separately  Technology supplier takes the process g guarantee for the p process unit.

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