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1 The water business in China - Chinese challenges – Danish opportunities

2 Agenda Highlights on China and water The 12. Five-Year Plan Implications for Danish water companies in China Chongqing. Water cluster or clean tech cluster? Chongqing’s 12. Five-Year Plan on water Denmark – Chongqing Water Days 2011 Environmental Audit Reports

3 Highlights on China and water (1:2) Approx. 20% of the world’s population lives in China China has 7% of the water resources Only 20% of the water resources are in the North of China were 46% of the population lives In a normal demand year the annual water gap in China is billion m3 Approx. 400 out of the 600 largest cities in China are hit by severe water scarcity* Beijing is sinking with approx. 1 meter annually and is named “the driest city in the world” (The South-North Water Division Project leading Yangtze and other rivers northwards demanding 600 billion DKK in investments and keeping people occupied for approx. 40 years) * OECD

4 Highlights on China and water (2:2) The scarcity of water is enhanced by serious water pollution with a total of 75 billion m3 wastewater discharged* Only approx half of the wastewater is treated 70% of Chinas drinking water is groundwater Pollution from industries, households and farming has resulted in 90% of China’s cities are hit by contaminated water and only half of the cities live up the national standards for drinking water quality In the countryside the rivers are the main source of drinking water. However, 40% of the rivers are polluted and not suitable for drinking China is amongst the countries using most fertilizer and pesticides per m3 farming land Flooding is now seen upon as a source of water * 2007 figure

5 Segmentation of the water pollution market Source: IBISWorld Inc., All China Marketing Research Co., Ltd., 2010 Size of the water pollution control industry: 600 million USD in 2010.

6 Topography of a Chinese Five-Year Plan All policy levels are involved National plan Regional plans Local plans Topic oriented plans plus longer term planning Laws, programmes ect Central policy goals Central policy goals Incorporation of lower level plans Incorporation of lower level plans Source:1.APCO Worldwide and China Greentech Initiative analysis

7 Key areas and targets in the 12. Five-Year Plan China is committing to a green economy development Key point in the 12th 5-year plan in the Energy & Environment sector –7 new strategic industies issued by the State Council (Energy savings and environmental protection as one implicating an emphasis on the construction of urban waste water as key) –Create more mandatory “green” targets –Set green development indicators to hold local officials accountable –Expand new energy – wind, solar, intelligent grid and biomass

8 Implications for the water business RMB 4 trillion investment in infrastructure A binding target for decrease in water consumption per unit of value- added industrial output by 30% from 2010 to billion m3 urban water supply capacity Improvement of large irrigation districts Urban waste water plants and treatment systems for rural areas  Integrated solutions  Pricing mechanisms and management systems  Recycling and monitoring systems  Upgrading of existing plants

9 Introduction to Chongqing

10 Water Cluster or Clean Tech Cluster Three companies share one em- ployee located in the TC-C incubator Collect key information to devise a strategic development plan for Chinese market. Devotion to one area can lead to more attractive opportunities. Employee to rely on TC’s great network and regularly assistance Hold regular promotional activities with the participation of key customers, relevant govern- mental staff, and other stake- holders. Pay visit to a cross section of stakeholders in China, especially end-users. Show s commitment to the Chinese market which will improve the relationships with the Chinese stakeholders Low cost solution Easy access to network & info Why a cluster? Plug-and- play solution

11 Chongqing’s 12 th Five-Year Plan on Water ( ) Investment on 18.9 billion RMB in waste water treatment –215 waste water treatment plants –34 sludge treatment projects –7 water recycling projects Water supply: Three projects for water abstraction and pumping stations will be finished; furthermore, one of the projects also includes water treatment and water distribution systems. Opportunities: Industrial and rural waste water treatment facilities –Recovering materials –Fulfil local discharge standards –Easy to install and low cost for operation and maintaining

12 Discover the huge potential! Get updated on Chongqing’s new 5-year water plan! Meet your customers along the Liang Tan River! Customised B2B match- making workshops! Access to important equipment promoters Presentation of environmental Audit from COWI and resulting opportunities

13 Background for Environmental Audit Report from COWI Under the MOU between the Royal Danish Embassy of Denmark and The Municipal People's Government of Chongqing, COWI China has conducted Liangtan River Phase I project and identified 5 factories to conduct Liangtan Phase II project (Environmental Audit). The five factories include: –one textile dyeing factory (F1) –three electroplating industrial zones (F2, F3, F4) –one lead acid battery factory (F5) In addition the audit of the shared wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) of the three electroplating zones is described in a separate report. (F6)

14 Recommended equipment – alternative no. 1 F1, F2, F3 and F4 - Textile dyeing factory and three electroplating industrial zones Accumulating water meters Water flow meter Reverse osmosis for production of DI-water (De-ionized water) and for water recycling Air-lift pumps for counter current flow systems Ion-exchangers for water recycling Carbon filters for removal of organic compounds in process baths and recycled water Conductivity meters for control of rinse water quality Evaporators for chrome baths Metal recovery equipment (Electrolysis) Dialysis equipment or for purification of pickling baths Passivation chemicals without Cr(VI) Process tanks with cover and extraction F5 - Chongqing Huafeng Battery (Group) Company Ltd Sand filter for final separation of sludge particles in wastewater Activated carbon filter for COD removal in wastewater. New plate washing line including conveyer system and ion- exchanger Investigation of extraction system for the formation process including improvement of the extraction by using a capture rate of 0.5 m/sec for the acid mist - also when one or more covers are open Coating of the floor in the slag storage to prevent leakage of slag components through the floor and into the ground. F6 - Wastewater treatment for industrial zones with metal plating workshops Better control of pH Separate collection system for spent concentrated process baths Reduction of chrome(VI) Reduction of consumption of ferrous sulphate Improved sludge separation Water reuse Automation and monitoring Line sensors to measure: –Oxygen concentration –Sludge concentration –Levels in the tanks. Aeration from Textile dyeing factory

15 Recommended equipment – Alternative no. 2 Water meters and Water flow meters Water recycling Carbon and sand filters Conductivity meters for control of rinse water quality Metal recovery equipment (Electrolysis) Passivation chemicals without Cr(VI) Process tanks with cover and extraction Investigation of extraction system Coating of the floor in the slag storage Different kinds of on line sensors to measure: –Oxygen concentration –Sludge concentration –Levels in the tanks  Alkali zinc plating tank from electroplating zone Mixing tank for wastewater and Fe2SO4 as reducing agent and some NaOH for neutralization from the Textile dyeing factory Tank formation system with the covers for acid fog collection being open due to malfunction of exhaust system in one lead acid battery factory 

16 SUSANNE NORS / COMMERCIAL COUNSELLOR (ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT), LL.M, EMBA DIRECT +86 (10) MOBILE HANS HALSKOV / 林汉祥 / CONSUL / TRADE COMMISSIONER DIRECT MOBILE


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