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1 NEERAJ SRIVASTAVA (PRESIDENT) TOSHIBA AFFILIATED COMPANY

2 1 Leading water and waste water treatment firm with 40 years of experience 2 Providing design, turnkey services and O&M o Strong technical knowhow (engineering design)‏ o >90% revenues from turnkey services 4 International company with offices in 3 countries o India, USA and Trinidad 5 Active in water and wastewater o Completed over 350 installations in over 30 countries 3 Strong pre-qualifications in the key opportunity areas o Indian hydrocarbon segment, power, steel, municipal o Experience in multiple industries in multiple geographies UEM Overview 2

3 Resilient Top Tier Financial Performance 3 200%+ CAGR UEM Group brings together experienced professionals and advanced technologies to solve the world’s most complex challenges related to water availability & quality and environmental regulations A leading water and waste water treatment expert with over 37 years of experience Strong growth with revenues growing at 200%+ CAGR since 2009 Supported by India Value Fund (IVF), a premier Private Equity firm IVF is one of the most experienced PE firms in India with ~USD1.4 billion under management OVER INR 1,000 MN investment since Dec 2009 Secured enhanced banking limits from a consortium of banks

4 40 years of experience in waste water treatment 1973 UEM started operating as a Utility management company in Florida, USA and provided operations & maintenance services to water & waste water plants in South & Central Florida 1975 1977-79 1983 1995 1998 2010 UEM was the largest O&M Company in state of Florida with over 75 client accounts UEM’s first turnkey contract and first export awarded in 1977 to treat sewage from Jamaican sugar plantation colony. UEM created a strong base in Trinidad and Tobago, building over 20 STPs between 1977 – 79. UEM started India operations, with incorporation of UEM India. Indian operations were jumpstarted with several turnkey deals for treatment of wastewater from ethanol distilleries. UEM brought to Asia a unique floating cover design for anaerobic digesters, which greatly reduced the capital cost of the system, and remains the only company in India offering this unique design. UEM entered the municipal sewage treatment segment by winning an order for a large sewage treatment plant for the City of Delhi. It is the first STP in India to include anaerobic sludge digestion and power generation. (Cap - 180,000 M3/d) UEM opened its third office, located in Trinidad and Tobago, which was prompted after UEM won orders for some large municipal water treatment plant contracts in the region. UEM won an order for a seawater filtration plant 258 MLD capacity for Reliance Industries Limited at their Jamnagar Refinery, which is one of the largest seawater filtration plants in the World Acquisition of a majority stake in UEM by India Value Fund Advisors, a premier private equity firm. UEM completed the largest sewage MBR in India for the Commonwealth Games Village 2013 2014 Toshiba acquires 26 % stake in UEM India.

5 Growing Global Footprint with Local Expertise 5 Denotes delivery centers/ Office Location Denotes project experience 750+ employees across 3 offices; Project experience in more than 30 countries

6 Our Vision & Mission Our Vision To develop into the most dynamic and reliable company of integrated water and wastewater solutions within its broader activity area Our Mission To operate in a way that The high standard water and wastewater supply services to the consumers are ensured. The staff’s self-respect is enhanced and the development of its skills at all levels is promoted. The continuous lucrative development is ensured so as to create added value to the market and it’s shareholders, according to the principles of the corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility frame 6

7 Global Blue Chip and Discerning clients 7 MUNICIPAL & INDUSTRIAL CLIENTS (STPs) INDUSTRIAL CLIENTS (ETPs) Brewery, Distilleries & Bottling Pharmaceutical, Chemical & Textile Power, Refinery & Oil & Gas U.P. Jal Nigam Delhi Jal Board Haryana Urban Development Authority Nyanza Bottling, Tanzania Jodhpur Development Authority Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority Bottlers Nepal Ltd, Nepal United Distillers Ltd., India Chemical & Plastics India Ltd State Ind Dev Corp of Uttaranchal Consultants we’ve worked with Not Exhaustive

8 Complete solution offering to clients 8 UEM Group offers a wide range of services starting from the initial stage of engineering and design to construction and installation We understands that each client has different requirements and resources and to accommodate to that, UEM has developed the ability to deliver projects tailored to meet the needs of a diverse set of clients For clients looking for a rapid execution with a single point of accountability for the complete project, UEM has the resources to deliver the project as a design-builder, complete with performance guarantees UEM routinely performs feasibility studies as a part of the proposal process to clients that are investigating various options for treating water/wastewater For clients that prefer the design-bid-build route of project delivery, UEM has the resources to perform either the design engineering or the construction of the project. For clients that do not have the resources to finance a project – or for those clients that do not want to assume the risk of performance of a project, UEM can arrange financing and deliver the project on a BOT basis UEM has in-house operations and maintenance (O & M) resources for operating water and wastewater treatment systems

9 Wastewater Treatment, Recycle & Reuse

10 Wastewater Reclamation & Reuse and the Hydrological Cycle Groundwater Recharge Surface water discharge Agricultural reuse Industrial reuse Groundwater Irrigation Wastewater Water Treatment Industrial use Municipal use Wastewater Treatment Precipitation

11 Integrated resource management: Sustainable Solution

12 Main drivers & Motivational Factors of water reuse Increased Water Demand and Reduced Water Availability Wastewater management needs and Environment Protection Impact of new laws, policies & regulations Sustainable development Possibilities to manage in-situ water sources Minimization of infrastructure costs, including total treatment and discharge costs (Huge Saving in terms of long Pipe Lines laid for Water Transport)

13 Types of Wastewater Reuse  Reuse for Irrigation Irrigation of Agricultural Crops Irrigation of Landscape and Recreational Area (public parks, golf courses, urban green belts, Hotel Lawns. freeway medians and residential lawns)  Industrial reuse Cooling water make-up Boiler feed water Floor Washing Process water Fire Protection Civil Engineering  Non-potable Domestic Reuse Systems for individual households/buildings/facilities (Airconditioning) Large-scale non-potable reuse through a dual reticulation system (Toilet Flushing)

14 Types of Wastewater Reuse  Indirect potable Reuse Deliberate (artificial) recharge of groundwater aquifers to achieve one or more of the following objectives:  as storage during periods of low water demand;  as a measure to improve the depleting groundwater potential (Managed Aquifer Recharge CASE studies of GERMANY and HARIDWAR (India)); and  as a measure to improve the overall quality of groundwater by injecting reclaimed water of specific qualities

15 Types of Wastewater Reuse  Indirect potable Reuse Bank Filtrate (BF) provides about 50% of potable water supplies in the Slovak Republic and 45% in Hungary (HISCOCK & GRISCHEK 2002). In Germany, more than 300 water works use BF and about 16% of German drinking water is produced from bank filtratepotable waterBFdrinking waterfiltrate

16 MAR (Managed Aquifer Recharge) in INDIA : Learning from HARIDWAR

17 Types of Wastewater Reuse  Direct potable purposes Direct potable reuse means adding treated wastewater directly into the normal drinking water distribution system (CASE OF NEWATER, PUB SINGAPORE) Though the idea of such a wastewater reuse may be repugnant to many, technologically, direct potable reuse of treated wastewater has been feasible for many years

18 RECYCLE REUSE PROJECT : IGI AIRPORT EXAMPLE Total Water Demand Without Recycle Reuse : 20 MLD With Recycle Reuse : 7 MLD Source: Groundwater MoUD, reuse and recycling of sewage is defined as the percentage of sewage recycled or reused after appropriate treatment in gardens and parks, irrigation, etc. and, is to be at least 20% to begin with.

19 Wastewater Reuse Constraints Reuse CategoryMajor Constraints IrrigationSurface or groundwater Contamination Landscape IrrigationPublic Health Concerns related to pathogens Industrial Recycle & ReuseDesired treated water quality Groundwater RechargeTDS, Nitrates and pathogens Emerging Contaminants Non Potable Urban Use (Toilet Flushing, fire protection, AC) Public Health Concerns related to pathogens Desired treated water quality Potable ReuseProduced Water Quality Trace Organics

20 INDIAN SCENARIO: Water reuse challenges

21 “No higher quality water should be used for a purpose that can tolerate a lower grade”UN Council Resolution-1958 How much treatment is enough? What is the source of wastewater? Greywater vs. Blackwater Who is the end user? Agriculture Industry Communities What are the risks associated with effluent use? “Water should not be judged by its history, but by its quality.” Selection of Degree of Treatment

22 FINANCIAL VIABILTY Technologies can produce as GOOD TREATED EFFLUENTS as GOOD YOU want (Even better than Potable Water) But……..it will have VERY HIGH COST. CONSIDERING VERY LOW TARRIFS FOR RAW WATER IN INDIA, RECYCLE/REUSE PROJECTS FACE TOUGH CHALANGES as people consider/treat WATER as Free or Very Poorly Priced Resource. Funding agencies/ULBs finds it very difficult to promote such incentives due to BUDGET CONSTRAINS. And Answer is : PPP MODEL

23 BOOT BASED MODELS STRUCTURE The development model chosen shall be based on BOOT (Build, Own, Operate & Transfer) with Private Sector Participation (PSP) Format. The project shall be structured by funding upto 0-75% (depending upon revenue generation) as a grant by ULBs and balance funding through investment by EPC contractor

24 Pollution Control Boards/CG WB Central & State Government Industries Service Provider / Operator BOOT Model for Recycling/Reuse of Treated Effluents – ESSENTIAL PILLARS Industry Associations ULBs/Water & Sewerage Boards

25 Project Structure…… Concession(s ) and Bulk Purchase Agreement Concessioning Authority Independent Engineer Maintenance Board Arbitration Panel Dispute Resolution Independent Neutral Body Build, Own,Operate, raise finances and maintain the facility Return the Project after CP:15 Yrs Concessionaire + Chairman, ULB + SPCB During construction During O&M Phase GRANT BOOT Operator Concessionaire Bid Variable

26 TERMS OF CONCESSION (for reference purpose only) The Concessioning Authority, subject to the terms and conditions of the Agreement, grants the Concessionaire the exclusive right and authority during the Concession Period of SAY 15 years to: Develop, Establish, Finance, Design, Construct, Manage, Operate And Maintain the CETP/STP An Escrow Account shall be opened from which the payments shall be released to the BOOT operator. The modalities of payment shall be detailed in the Escrow Agreement The Escrow account shall have minimum amount equivalent to the Operation & Maintenance Expenses for at least 6 months period and a Bank Guarantee of an amount equivalent to the amount of 6 months of Maximum Revenue expected shall be arranged in favor of BOOT operator A Maintenance Board shall be constituted which shall consist of Managing Director of Concessioning Authority or any other representative appointed by him, Member Secretary of State Pollution Control Board and Concessionaire The Land, free from all encumbrances, for the ZLD plant shall be provided by ULB free of Cost where in Lender can create a charge to the Project

27 Concessionaire's Obligations……… Take over the possession of the Project Site from the Concessioning Authority Obtain all clearances required by the Concessionaire and its employees Construction of CETP/STP as per proposed/required process scheme The Equity share holding of the Concessionaire shall not be less than (a) 51% (fifty one percent) during the construction period and for 2 (two) years following the date of issue of Construction Completion Certificate, and (b) 26% (twenty six per cent) during the remaining part of the Concession Period Operation and Maintenance of CETP during Concession Period, as per performance standards Collection of Water Charges as per notification issued based on yearly applicable WPI Transfer of Treatment Facilities to ULB after completion of Concession Period (Say 15 yrs).

28 Concessionaire's Obligations………Contd. Routine and Periodic Maintenance of the System Reinvestment, If any required, During Concession Period Qualitative Assessment of Effluent In Laboratory Analysis Of The Samples To Check For The Pollutants Contained In It To Comply With All Environmental / Pollution Control Acts and Statuary Requirements To Comply With The Statutory Requirement of EPF, ESIC And Other Applicable Labor Legislation Ensure minimum downtime of The Plant

29 BNR BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL i.e. REMOVAL of NITROGEN & PHOSPHOROUS

30 WHY BNR To avoid EUTROPHICATION in waterbodies To make Sewage Reusable (As per CPHEEO) To meet upcoming stringent Pollution Control Board Norms (Eutrophication causes SLOW death to the waterbody by algal blooms, low oxygen content in water resulting fish killing, murky water and depletion of flora and fauna etc)

31 BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL Pre Anoxic Anaerobic (PAO) AnoxicAerobic Clarifier 1)Aerobic Zone: Oxidation of Ammonia to Nitrite & finally to Nitrate 2)Anoxic Zone: Provides absence of oxygen. In presence of Organic Carbon Source denitrifies converts NO 3 - to N 2 3)Pre Anoxic Zone: Sludge dentrification 4)Anaerobic: Under anaerobic stress the Biomass releases Inorganic Orthophosphate followed by extra P 4 uptake in aerobic condition. 20% SEWAG E NH 3 N+20 2 NO 3 - + 2H + +H 2 O Organic Substance + NO3- (Electron Donor ) Waste Sludge N2N2

32 To have an possible Recycle Reuse Option of Treated Wastewater the STPs should have BNR. STPs with BNR in 21 st century ???? Example of PRPOSED 140 MLD VARANASI STP

33 MOEF REPORT ON WATER QUALITY (CPHEEO)

34 GANGES @ VARANASI CAN WE STILL AFFORD THE STPS WITHOUT BNR & LATEST CPHEEO NORMS ??? Location / ParametersBiochemical Oxygen Demand (mg/l) Fecal Coliform Count / 100ml At beginning of the Varanasi City... Near Assi/Tulsi ghat 3-8 mg/l20,000 - 100,000 per 100ml Downstream of the Varanasi City... Varuna confluence with Ganga 20-50 mg/l1,000,000-2,000,000 per 100ml Permissible limits for bathingLess than 3mg/lLess than 500 per 100ml

35 Flow in Ganges @ Varanasi DO’NT WE STILL NEED THE STPS WITH BNR & LATEST CPHEEO NORMS ???

36 Water Quality in Ganges @ Varanasi (CPCB Reports) DO’NT WE STILL NEED THE STPS WITH BNR & LATEST CPHEEO NORMS ???

37 37 Raw wastewater RO Evaporator Crystallizer vapor Pre- treatment: softened water retentate, < 80 g/L brine, 250 g/L Solid salts vapor General scheme of a ZLD system Sludge, 85- 95% solids content – disposed of in landfill Saleable salts – to de-ice roads To what else ??? de-calcifier, NF, or other

38 PROPOSAL -1 ZERO LIQUID DISCHARGE PROJECT Design, Build, Own, Operate & Transfer of 48 MLD Common Effluent Treatment Plant for Tannery Waste at Jajmau, Kanpur on BOOT basis for 30 years concession period

39 CURRENT SCENARIO AT JAJMAU 36 MLD CETP JAJMAU Based on UASB technology, the plant was constructed with the standards of 1990s. Two separate lines are coming at the inlet of CETP (industrial and domestic). Here industrial sewage is being diluted. 10 MLD of tannery sewage is mixed with 24-25 MLD of domestic sewage (Design Ratio 1:3) Increased Flow: The number of Tanneries has grown to 450 from 175 (> double) Numerous illegal operations also being operated in the area. Earlier 50% was biological tanning and 50% was chromium tanning. Now companies are doing 97 – 98 % chromium tanning which in turn increased the chromium level drastically. Treated water has intended use for irrigation purposes (Actual BOD upto 300 mg/l in Treated Effluent ?????)

40 SHEESAMAU DRAIN AT KANPUR

41 PROJECT BRIEF UEM understands that a Zero Liquid Discharge Plant of 48 MLD CETP on Build, Own, Operate, and Transfer (BOOT) basis could be viable solution for Jajmaun Tannery Industrial Estates Wastewater problem

42 PROJECT STRUCTURE The development model chosen is based on BOOT (Build, Own, Operate & Transfer) with Private Sector Participation (PSP) Format. The project can be structured by funding 50% as a grant by ULB and balance 50% funding through investment by EPC contractor The Bidder quoting the LOWEST GRANT or HIGHEST REVENUE SHARING shall be declared as the Preferred Bidder.

43 PROJECT PREAMBLE 1.DEVELOPMENT OF 48 MLD CETP ON BOOT BASIS. 2.BOOT OPERATOR WILL BUILD UP THIS PROJECT FROM ITS OWN FUNDING. 3.BOOT OPERATOR WILL MAINTAIN AND OPERATE THE SYSTEM FOR A CONCESSION PERIOD OF 30 YRS

44 ESTIMATED COST  CAPITAL COST FOR THE PROJECT INR 500 CRORES (APPROX.)  Approximate Water Tariff Permeate TDS (ppm) Rate (Rs per KL) @ Contribution of Developer 50%25%10% 250 200160136 1000 1509070

45 OPERATIONAL DATA  Technology : Activated Sludge Process (ASP) with Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR removal) followed by high efficiency RO system  Total Energy Requirement :1,50,000 KWH/Day  Area Requirement : 1,05,000 m 2  Permeate recovery : 90% (43.2 MLD) (High Recovery of permeate to be considered for financial evaluation so as to minimize reject handling cost)

46 RAW EFFLUENT CHARACTERISTICS Average Flow48.0MLD pH6.5-9.5 Suspended Solids2000-3000mg/l BOD1000-1800mg/l COD2000-4000mg/l Amonical Nitrogen150mg/l Total Kjeldahal Nitrogen200mg/l Total Dissolved Solids5000-10,000mg/l Total Cr40-100mg/l

47 TREATED EFFLUENT CHARACTERSTICS Parameter Secondary treated RO treated BODmg/l< 30< 2 CODmg/l<150<30 Suspended Solids mg/l< 100< 1 pH 6.5-8.5 Ammonical Nitrogen mg/l< 50< 5 Total Crmg/l< 2 TDSmg/l<250

48 PROJECT DETAILS/SCOPE A.DEMOLITION OF EXISTING 36 MLD CETP AT JAJMAU B.CONSTRUCTION OF NEW 48 MLD CAPACITY CETP IN THE SAME LAND AREA OF EXISTING 36 MLD CETP ALONG WITH OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THE PLANT FOR A CONCESSION PERIOD OF 30 YEARS AT JAJMAU ON Build, Own, Operate & Transfer/Public Private partnership (BOOT/PPP) BASIS C.LAND DISPOSAL OF RO REJECT AT AN AREA OF 35 ACRE ALLOCATED IN THE VICINITY OF THE PROPOSED CETP

49 Screening Parshall Flume Grit Chamber PROPOSED PROCESS SCHEME Inlet Chamber O&G Chamber Equalization Tank Flash Mixer Anoxic & Aeration Tank Primary Clariflocculator Pressure Sand Filter Filtered effluent sump Secondary Clarifier PUMPED RAW EFFLUENT Ultra-filtration High Efficiency RO pre- treatment RO unit Evaporator Condensate Permeate Salts for disposal Reject

50 TERMS OF CONCESSION The Concessioning Authority, subject to the terms and conditions of the Agreement, grants the Concessionaire the exclusive right and authority during the Concession Period of 15 years to: Develop, Establish, Finance, Design, Construct, Manage, Operate And Maintain the CETP An Escrow Account shall be opened from which the payments shall be released to the BOOT operator. The modalities of payment shall be detailed in the Escrow Agreement The Escrow account shall have minimum amount equivalent to the Operation & Maintenance Expenses for atleast 6 months period and a Bank Guarantee of an amount equivalent to the amount of 6 months of Maximum Revenue expected shall be arranged in favour of BOOT operator A Maintenance Board shall be constituted which shall consist of Managing Director of Concessioning Authority or any other representative appointed by him, Member Secretary of State Pollution Control Board and Concessionaire The Land, free from all encumbrances, for the ZLD plant shall be provided by ULB free of Cost where in Lender can create a charge to the Project

51 Concessionaire's Obligations……… Take over the possession of the Project Site from the Concessioning Authority Obtain all clearances required by the Concessionaire and its employees Construction of CETP as per proposed process scheme The Equity share holding of the Concessionaire shall not be less than (a) 51% (fifty one percent) during the construction period and for 2 (two) years following the date of issue of Construction Completion Certificate, and (b) 26% (twenty six per cent) during the remaining part of the Concession Period Operation and Maintenance of CETP during Concession Period, as per performance standards Collection of Water Charges as per notification issued based on yearly applicable WPI Transfer of Treatment Facilities to ULB after completion of Concession Period of 15 yrs.

52 Concessionaire's Obligations………Contd. Routine and Periodic Maintenance of the System Reinvestment, If any required, During Concession Period Qualitative Assessment of Effluent In Laboratory Analysis Of The Samples To Check For The Pollutants Contained In It To Comply With All Environmental / Pollution Control Acts and Statuary Requirements To Comply With The Statutory Requirement of EPF, ESIC And Other Applicable Labor Legislation Ensure minimum downtime of The Plant

53 Concessioning Authority's (ULB) Obligations….. Release of Grant if preferred bidder is decided on minimum grant to Concessionaire as per disbursement schedule To buy minimum 75% of the Treated Water Provide land for CETP to developer free of cost in the vicinity of existing plant during concession period Full Assistance to developer in obtaining statuary clearances Shall co-operate with the Concessionaire to enable the Concessionaire to achieve Financial Close Take penal action against users violating the agreement To pay for electricity charges for the entire concession period. Treated Water shall be the property of concessionaire and concessionaire shall be free to sell the Treated water to industries, horticulture purposes by entering in to a sale purchase agreement with potential buyers. To guarantee a inflow of Secondary treated effluent of Minimum 48 MLD

54 BIDDING PROCESS Three Steps Single Stage Bidding process for selection of the Successful Bidder for the Project as under: Step 1: Scrutiny of "Key Submissions" Step 2: Evaluation of "Qualification Information" A Step 3: Evaluation of the "Financial Bid“ The Successful Bidder would have to enter into a Concession Agreement and carry out its responsibilities as stipulated therein.

55 Imperatives  Proper Planning for waste water Collection, Treatment & Reuse at DPR stage  Flexibility in Technical design to Contractor & Developer depending upon the ground reality  Provision of correction in DPR at Tendering stage in betterment of the Project by giving power to do so at execution level  Adaptation to new proven technologies for fast and better execution  Evaluation process to be made smooth and transparent and Life cycle cost to be considered for award  Insertion of certain clauses to restrict bidders from quoting speculative figures.  Project financial performance guarantees to be realistic excluding cost of power and chemicals etc.

56 UEM’s Installations for RECYCLE & REUSE

57 1 MGD STP at Common Wealth Games Village, Akshardham for DJB- Salient Features  ZERO DISCHARGE OF WASTE WATER AS TREATED WATER IS RE-USED FOR TOILET FLUSHING IN THE FLATS OF AKSHRADHAM COMPLEX AND ALSO IN CHILLERS.  SMALL FOOTPRINT THEREBY SAVING PRIME LAND IN THE CITY  100% AUTOMATION REQUIRING MINIMUM OR NO MANPOWER  1 ST STP IN INDIA OF THIS CAPACITY TO BE HOUSED INSIDE A BUILDING  THE PROCESS BUILDING DESIGNED ON “GREEN “ BUILDING CONCEPT  LARGEST PLANT TO BE BUILT IN INDIA USING MBR TECHNOLOGY  ODOUR CONTROL UNITS INSTALLED FOR ODOUR FREE AMBIANCE IN THE SURROUNDING  100% RAIN WATER HARVESTING FACILITY

58 CWG Village – 1 MGD MBR Plant (For Recycle & Reuse) 58 (Treated Effluent quality EXCEEDS than recommended water characteristics as per IS:10500 in many parameters ) S.No.ParametersUnitsRaw SewageTreated Effluents 1.BODmg/l250<2 2.TSSmg/l400<1 3.TKNmg/l55<1 4.NH3-Nmg/l40<0.5 5.pH7-7.66.8-7.8 6.ColiformsMPN/100 ml10^6-10^7<2

59 Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)of Recycle Reuse Plant (4.5 MLD CWG Project) 59 Design Flow : 4500 m3/day CAPEX : 24 Cr (Seems very Expensive  ) OPEX : 0.70 Cr/year Possible Revenue from Recycle/Reuse under different scenarios (for Bulk Customers >30 KL/month) 1. CATEGORY A (Domestic Consumer) upto >30 Rs/KL* 2. CATEGORY B (Mixed User) upto >60 Rs/KL* 3. CATEGORY C (Commercial/Industrial) >133Rs/KL* *Excluding Fixed Charges

60 Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)of Recycle Reuse Plant (4.5 MLD CWG Project) 60 Recycle water have more acceptance for Industrial Uses, thus we have taken an tariff of Rs 50/- per KL (Including Service Charges)…….which seems low

61 Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA)of Recycle Reuse Plant (4.5 MLD CWG Project) 61 Consider an uniform rate @30 Rs/KL (for reference only) Per Year Revenue Generation= 4500 X 30 X 365 = 49,275,000 ~ 5 Cr Expenses per Year O&M = 0.70 Cr Power @ 7 Rs/KWH for 2000KWH/day = 0.50 Cr Net Benefit = 5.0 – (0.70 + 0.51) = 3.8 Cr* * For Ideal Conditions, under 100% recycle excluding any type of losses etc. Even @ 75% of the ideal conditions net savings could be more than 3.0 Cr per anum.

62 PHOTOGRAPHS Aeration Tank MBR Skid Aeration Blower

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64 9 MLD CETP AT SIDCUL, HARIDWAR ON BOOT BASIS WITH A CONCESSION PERIOD OF 30 YRS

65 A View of the Plant: CETP Haridwar

66 TREATMENT SCHEME Biological Treatment Process By Extended Aeration System Followed By Tertiary Filtration System To Treat Industrial Waste Water for RECYCLE & REUSE ParameterRaw WastewaterTreated Effluents a)pH value6.5-8.5 b)TSS< 370-492<10 c)BOD5< 290-360<10 d)COD< 730-832<100

67 KIADB – Karnataka Industrial Authority Devpt. Board  Problem Statement : KIADB - Karnataka Industrial Authority Development Board are putting up a 5 MLD CETP and 5 MLD STP to decrease the requirement of Fresh water for the Textile Industry cluster by availing the reclaimed Water  Desired Solution: UEM constructed ETP for KIADB consisting of Pretreatment, Aerobic Treatment, Tertiary Treatment, Fine Filtration and 2 Stage RO to produce treated Water fit for reuse in the Textile industries located in that area.  Contract Details Industry – Textile Industry Cluster Client – KIADB Year of Installation – 2010 Treatment Process: Pretreatment. Aerobic treatment System. Tertiary treatment System Fine Filtration 2 Stage RO. 67

68 5 MLD CETP at KIADB: RECYCLE and REUSE Source: Wastewater from Textile, Dyeing and Washing Units Desired to Tertiary Standards required for RECYCLING treated waste water back to Apparel Park Reject: Handling through MVR System resulting to ZERO LIQUID DISCHARGE

69 RAW EFFLUENT CHARACTERISTICS ParameterRaw Wastewater*Treated Effluents* a)pH value8-106.5-7.5 b)TSS450-700NIL c)BOD5510-550NIL d)COD1500-2350<100 e)Chloride1000-2550<200 f)TDS5000-8000<300 g)SO 4 350-800<8.5 *Units are expressed as mg/l except pH Plant is designed for Maximum Values.

70 PICTORIAL VIEW

71 71 ESSAR – 5 MLD Coal Bed Methane ZLD Project Details Essar Oil needed to set up a Zero Liquid Discharge, Effluent Treatment Plant for treating the produced water generated from CBM extraction from their Raniganj block CBM produced water generally has elevated levels of salinity, sodicity, and trace elements (like barium, iron etc) and all these parameters can cause adverse environmental impacts and also affect the potential for beneficial use of produced water Hence it was imperative for Essar to select the best company for setting up the ETP and post thorough due diligence, Essar Oil selected UEM India to setup this complex plant After successful commissioning of this ETP, Essar will be able to get a recovery of 90%+ using the state of the art HERO™ (High Efficiency Reverse Osmosis) Technology

72 Thank you www.uemgroup.com UEM India Pvt. Ltd INDIA UEM India Pvt. Ltd 2nd & 3rd Floor, Tower-B, A-1, Windsor IT Park, Sector-125, Noida, UP - 201 301, INDIA Ph: 0120-3817000/1/2 Fax:0120-3817005 uemindia@uemgroup.com USA UEM, Inc. 1818 S. Australian Avenue, Suite 200 West Palm Beach, FL 33409 USA Ph: +1 561-683-2273/2733/3668 uemusa@uemgroup.com uemusa@uemgroup.com WEST INDIES UEM Inc. 22 Crawford Street, Vistabella San Fernando, Trinidad, WEST INDIES Ph: + 868-653-7418


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