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Sirly Castro Tuirán Water and Sanitation Deputy Director National Planning Department, Colombia October 2013 Wastewater treatment plant and Drainage System.

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1 Sirly Castro Tuirán Water and Sanitation Deputy Director National Planning Department, Colombia October 2013 Wastewater treatment plant and Drainage System projects in Colombia

2 Index 1.PPP Law – Legal framework 2.Water and Sanitation overview 3.Wastewater Treatment Plants 4.Sustainable Urban Drainage System - SUDS

3 Source: Economist Intelligence Unit - The Economist 2012 Private Public Partnership in Colombia Infraescope Index* * Index developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit under the auspices Multilateral Investment Fund of the IDB, to evaluate the ability of 19 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean to develop and implement PPPs in the transport, water, sanitation and electricity Investment Climate Financial facilities Quality of regulatory framework

4 4. Governmet paymets are subject to service availability

5 Index 1.PPP Law – Legal framework 2.Water and Sanitation overview 3.Wastewater Treatment Plants 4.Sustainable Urban Drainage System - SUDS

6 Institutional Structure Presidency Ministry of Housing, City and Territory National Planning Department Regulatory Commission of W&S Public Service Utilities Superintendence National level Regional level Environmental Authorities Departments (32) Local level Municipalities (1102) Water and Sanitation Service Utilities (6.000 oficially)

7 Public Service Law (Ley 142) Policies and Strategies for Public Private (Conpes 2912/07) Business Modernization Program Departmental Water Plans (Conpes 3463/07) Friendly Cities (Visión Colombia 2019) Private Participation in Public Services (Conpes 3385/05) Private participation – Water and Sanitation Private sector involvement in the provision of public water services has been growing Where are we? Public-Private Partnership Law (1508/12) Source: DNP, SSPD

8 Where are we? Urban coverage Rural coverage * Drinking water refers to the service that is provide only by an aqueduct With alternative solutions* *Alternative solutions in Drinking Water: Aqueduct, well, public tap water supply Sanitation: Sewerage, septic tank and latrine Urban population: inhabitants Rural population: inhabitants Source: DANE - ECV

9 Where are we? Wastewater Treatment (%) National Source: DNP, MVCT

10 Index 1.PPP Law – Legal framework 2.Water and Sanitation overview 3.Wastewater Treatment Plants 4.Sustainable Urban Drainage System - SUDS

11 1.Canoas WWTP (Bogotá) 2.Salitre WWTP (Bogotá) 3.Cañaveralejo WWTP (Cali) 4.Pereira wastewater management Project 5.Manizales wastewater management Project ATLANTIC OCEAN BOGOTÁ D.C. Manizales Cali PACIFIC OCEAN Pereira TOTAL INVESTMENT USD $1.6 billion INVESTMENT (2014 – 2020) = ~ $1.1 billion

12 CANOAS Wastewater Treatment Plant BOGOTÁ D.C.

13 N CANOAS Wastewater Treatment Plant Source: EAAB The Canoas WWTP will treat an average flow of 14 m3/sec

14 Source: EAAB CANOAS Wastewater Treatment Plant First Phase Primary Treatment To remove 30% of BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) 40% of TSS (Total Suspended Solids) Investment: USD $ 580 million Second Phase Secondary Treatment Using activated sludge Investment: USD $ 550 million The Canoas WWTP will treat an average flow of 14 m3/sec Financial resources: National, regional and local government Financial resources: National, regional and local government

15 CANOAS Wastewater Treatment Plant Time Chart - Preliminary Bid type: International Public Tender Source: EAAB Bidding Process Building Period Operation and Maintenance Ending – To be defined First Phase Second Phase Bidding Process Starting – To be defined Building Period / Operation and Maintenance Time: To be defined 2015 Detailed Engineering (CDM)

16 SALITRE Wastewater Treatment Plant

17 Canoas WWTP Salitre WWTP BOGOTA D.C

18 Enlargement of the SALITREWastewater Treatment Plant

19 Lift Station Grit and grease removalThickeners (primary clarifier sludge) Dewatering Enlargement of the SALITREWastewater Treatment Plant

20 Bid type: International Public Tender Entity in charge: Cundinamarca Environmental Authority (CAR) - Bogota Water and Sanitation Utility(EAAB) (Operation) Basic Engineering Source: Aguas y Aguas de Pereira Final design and bidding process Operation and Maintenance Building period Technical Description: Enlargement to 8m3/sec (from4m3/s) - secondary treatment (using activated sludge) Investment: USD $320 million Time Chart: Preliminary Enlargement of the SALITREWastewater Treatment Plant

21 CAÑAVERALEJO Wastewater Treatment Plant CALI

22 Cañaveralejo WWTP Puerto Mallarino DWTP South Channel Navarro Landfill Cali Secondary Channel Calle 48 Channel Eastern Channel Cauca River Autopista No 1 Channel Cali Water and Sanitation Utility Type: Public Utility Population: 2,3 million inhabitants Source: EMCALI Enlargement of the CAÑAVERALEJO Wastewater Treatment Plant

23 Primary Treatment (Already Built) Secondary Sedimentation Aeration Tanks Sludge Secondary Treatment Biogas Purification Storage Preliminary Treatment Primary Advanced Treatment Source: EMCALI Enlargement of the CAÑAVERALEJO Wastewater Treatment Plant

24 Source: EMCALI Enlargement of the CAÑAVERALEJO Wastewater Treatment Plant

25 Source: EMCALI Building Period Operation and Maintenance Ending – To be defined 2007 Prefeasibility and Feasibility Study (Cinara) 2014 Basic Design Hansel and Sawyer Detailed Engineering Technical Description: Enlargement to 7m3/sec (from 5,65 m3/s) Secondary treatment (using activated sludge) – 50% of the wastewater produced in Cali Investment: USD $135 million Time Chart: Preliminary Bid type: International Public Tender Entity in charge: EMCALI Enlargement of the CAÑAVERALEJO Wastewater Treatment Plant

26 Pereira Wastewater management Plant PEREIRA

27 Sludge Pumping Station Primary Flow Distribution Chamber Administrative Building Sludge Digesters Workshop Courtyard Building and Sludge Dewatering Sludge Storage Building and Polymer Dosing Gas Storage Tank Gas Burners Storage Tank and Pumping of Sludge Primary Clarifiers Otun River Pereira Water and Sanitation Utility (Aguas y Aguas de Pereira) Users: inhabitants Type: Joint enterprise Source: Aguas y Aguas de Pereira PEREIRA Wastewater management Plant

28 Bid type: International Public Tender Detailed Engineering Building Period Operation and Maintenance Ending – To be defined 2005 Feasibility Study (Kim Ingeniería y Consultoría - Montgomery Watson Harza - INGESAM Ltda) 2015 Basic Design 2018 PEREIRA Wastewater management Plant Source: Aguas y Aguas de Pereira Technical Description: The project includes Collection pipes and one WWTP (2.6 m3/sec with primary treatment). Investment: USD $34 million Time Chart: Preliminary

29 Manizales Wastewater Management Plant MANIZALES

30 First Phase Second Phase Third Phase Fourth Phase Interceptors Builts Manizales Water and Sanitation Utility (Aguas de Manizales) Type: Joint enterprise Population: inhabitants Source: Aguas de Manizales MANIZALES Wastewater management Plant

31 Bid type: International Public Tender Detailed Engineering Building Period Operation and Maintenance Ending – To be defined 2007 Prefeasibility and Feasibility studies (INGESAM Ltda) 2011 Design Interceptors Arturo Gómez - Quasar – Aquaterra – Juan Bernardo Botero 2018 Source: Aguas y Aguas de Pereira 2012 Technical Description: Includes the WWTP construction: initial capacity of 820 l/s and subsequent enlargement to 2 m3/s Investment: USD $47 million Time Chart: Preliminary MANIZALES Wastewater management Plant

32 Index 1.Colombian Economic Outlook and PPP 2.PPP Law and Way Forward 3.Water and Sanitation overview 4.Sustainable Urban Drainage System - SUDS

33 1.Management of Urban Drainage (Barranquilla) 2. Storm Drainage Master Plan (Cartagena) 3. Storm Drainage Master Plan (Cúcuta) ATLANTIC OCEAN BOGOTÁ D.C. Barranquilla PACIFIC OCEAN TOTAL INVESTMENT (Preliminary)= USD $405 million Cartagena Cúcuta

34 Barranquilla Management of Urban Drainage BARRANQUILLA

35 Planning to Urban Flood Risk USD $ 20 million Urban Drainage USD $ 40 million Institutional strengthening US$ 5 mill Investment: US$65 mill Components of the project for the western watershed: Western watershed Eastern watershed Expansion Zone Urban area Management of Urban Drainage BARRANQUILLA State of Progress: Terms of Reference for the Preparation of the Master Plan Storm (AGBAR, Aguas de Barcelona)

36 Cartagena Storm Drain Master Plan CARTAGENA

37 Construction of sand traps, channeling drains and rehabilitation of existing canal, detention pond designs in rural watersheds, construction of the perimeter dike, paving of channels y regularization paths. Urban area, Urban expansion area and Rural area of ​​ the Northern Zone Investment: USD $ 180 million Storm Drainage Master Plan Source: Alcaldía Cartagena Cartagena Storm Drainage Master Plan

38 Cúcuta Storm Drain Master Plan CUCUTA

39 Watershed Rio Zulia Watershed Rio Pamplonita Watershed Rio Táchira Fuente: Aguas Kpital Cúcuta SA ESP The project includes the construction of canals, drains and collectors. Investment US$: 160 mill Cúcuta Storm Drainage Master Plan

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