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1 Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Khan Younis Waste Water Treatment Plant 1 / KY WWTP

2 Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Gaza Strip Khan Younis Governorate 2 / KY WWTP

3 KY City is the second largest city in the Gaza Strip, Total Population 195,000 capita. Brief Background 30,000 cesspits exist, Evacuated weekly or monthly costing ≈ USD/month Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 90% of water wells in KY don’t meet WHO quality standards. 3 / KY WWTP KY Governorate consists of 7 Municipalities; Total Population 295, 000 capita.

4 In 2004 UNDP &PWA provided design for a WW collection system in KY as part of USD 7.8 M storm water project. Currently around 60% of population is sewer connected. Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Brief Background 4 / KY WWTP Nitrate levels in water wells: 220 mg/L in average. 458 mg/L in few wells. 50 mg/L as WHO Std. Raw sewage collected in temporary lagoons.

5 Block-G streets Al Balad streets Dire Sewerage Status Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 5 / KY WWTP Al Katiba Area

6 Zo’rob Area Dire Sewerage Status Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Al Aqad Area Al Sagali Area Al Amal Neighborhood 6 / KY WWTP

7 Al Qatatwa Neighborhood Lagoon Al Majadlah Neighborhood Lagoon Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 7 / KY WWTP Al Amal Neighborhood Lagoon Al Mawasi Western Lagoons Dire Sewerage Status

8 Sea Outfall Khan Younis Summer Beach Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Dire Sewerage Status Around 12,000 m3/day of Partially treated sewage discharged to the Mediterranean Sea. 8 / KY WWTP

9 Impacts on Population Health In a Al- Mawasi area, water analysis of agricultural water wells showed high and serious biological contamination. Some samples showed that the Fecal coli-form and Total coli-form are too numerous to count; 4,800 cases of water born diseases were admitted in UNRWA clinics in The prevalence of water born diseases such as, diarrheas, dysenteries, salmoellosis, hepatitis A, typhoid, guardian and amoeba histolytica in Khan Younis city is considered to be one of the highest among the Gaza Strip. Prevalence of Methemoglobinemia Blue Babies; Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 9 / KY WWTP

10 Children Traps Al Qatatwa Neighborhood Lagoon Doha 3 years 11/1/2011 Shatha 4 years 25/12/2010 Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Wisam 5 years & Malak 3 years 6/12/ / KY WWTP

11 Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Therefore KY WWTP Project is considered: A Strategic Environmental and Infrastructural Project & a Vital Need for Khan Younis Residents 11 / KY WWTP

12  Protect public health and improve the environmental conditions of Khan Younis residents;  Control pollution of the coastal aquifer and protect the limited water resources;  Provide new water source of treated waste water by recharging 9.7 MCM/year into aquifer. Irrigation scheme will be developed with PWA and MoA; Project Objectives Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 12 / KY WWTP  Improve socio-economic conditions and promote dignified livelihoods of Khan Younis residents.

13 Palestinian Water Authority (PWA) Coastal Municipalities Water Utility (CMWU) Khan Younis Municipality (KYM) Counterparts Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 13 / KY WWTP

14  The strategic plan is to design and construct an Extendable WWTP with effluent capacity for the year 2025;  It will be constructed in two phases;  First phase will hold influent for the year 2018; with total flow of 26,600 m3/d.  Second phase will hold influent for the year 2025; with total flow of 44,900 m3/d. Strategy of the Khan Younis Treatment Plant Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 14 / KY WWTP

15 376,000 direct beneficiaries, Phase II ,000 direct beneficiaries, Phase I 2018 Beneficiaries Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 15 / KY WWTP

16  Detailed design of an extendable KY WWTP; (Completed)  Construction of KY WWTP, Phase I;  Construction of the Infiltration Basins.  Construction of Effluent and Emergency Pressure Pipeline from KY WWP eastern site to the infiltration basins and to the sea of 18.6 km length.  Conducting Construction Supervision.  One Year Operation after Commissioning. KY WWTP Project Main Components Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 16 / KY WWTP

17 KY WWTP Main Components Emergency Pressure Line KY WWTP Permanent Site. Proposed Extension Area for Phase II Al Fukhari Proposed Infiltration Area Moraj Proposed Infiltration Area- Second Alterative. Al-Amal Existing Temporary Waste Water Lagoon “ Storm Water Lagoon” Temporary Waste Water Western Lagoon. Pump Station 8 Pump Station 3 Pump Station 2 17 / KY WWTP

18 Parameter(Unit) Required quality Design Outfall Secondary treatment Tertiary treatment BODmg/l<20<25<20In any case Suspended solids, SS mg/l<30 <15In any case Total nitrogenmg/l<25 In any case Ammonium nitrogen, NH4-N mg/l<10Infiltration mg/l<50Irrigation Nitrate nitrogen, NO3-N mg/l<15Infiltration mg/l<50Irrigation Pathogens (*)no./100 mlNil In any case NematodesEggs/L≤1 In any case Faecal Coliform CFU/100 ml <200Infiltration CFU/100 ml <200Irrigation Treated Waste Water Quality Requirements Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 18 / KY WWTP

19 Empowered lives. Resilient nations.  Based on the Detailed Design Report; USD M are needed to construct, manage and effectively operate KY WWTP, Phase I.  Total additional fund required to implement and construct a functional KY WWTP, Phase I, is amounting USD M.  Cost Breakdown of KY WWTP components is available in the following table; Additional Fund Required 19 / KY WWTP

20 Project Activities GoJKuwait Fund/IDBTotal Budget 1 Constructing Main Steel Pressure Pipeline from Existing Terminal PS # 8 to KY WWTP 530, Providing the Detailed Design for the Construction of KY WWTP 1,100, Constructing KY WWTP, Phase I 11,920,00015,633,74527,553,745 4 Constructing the Effluent and Emergency Pressure Pipelines to Infiltration Basins and Sea Outfall 08,677,130 5 Constructing the Infiltration Basins (implemented by CMWU) 07,498,523 6 Constructing the Main Electrical Power Supply Line to KY WWTP, Phase I 0603,416 7 Carrying out the Pre-Contract Services and Construction Supervision for the Construction of KY WWTP, Phase I 03,058,000 8 Carrying out One Year of Operation After Commissioning of KY WWTP, Phase I 02,727,120 9 Capacity development for CMWU at implementation and operation Stages 0763, Direct Implementation Cost 181,4812,387,9532,569,434 Sub-Total13,731,48141,349,72655,081,207 Total GMS (GoJ 8% - Kuwait Fund/IDB 7%)1,098,5192,894,4813,993,000 Total 14,830,000 44,244,20759,074,207 KY WWTP, Phase I - Detailed Cost Estimate Empowered lives. Resilient nations.

21 Project Activities GoJKuwait Fund/IDBTotal Budget 1 Constructing Main Steel Pressure Pipeline from Existing Terminal PS # 8 to KY WWTP 530, Providing the Detailed Design for the Construction of KY WWTP 1,100, Constructing KY WWTP, Phase I 11,920,00015,633,74527,553,745 4 Constructing the Effluent and Emergency Pressure Pipelines to Infiltration Basins and Sea Outfall 08,677,130 5 Constructing the Infiltration Basins Basins (implemented by CMWU) Constructing the Main Electrical Power Supply Line to KY WWTP, Phase I 0603,416 7 Carrying out the Pre-Contract Services and Construction Supervision for the Construction of KY WWTP, Phase I 03,058,000 8 Carrying out One Year of Operation After Commissioning of KY WWTP, Phase I 02,727,120 9 Capacity development for CMWU at implementation and operation Stages 0763, Direct Implementation Cost 181,4812,167,8652,349,346 Sub-Total 13,731,48133,631,11647,362,597 Total GMS (GoJ 8% - Kuwait Fund/IDB 7%) 1,098,5192,354,1783,452,697 Total 14,830,00035,985,29450,815,294 KY WWTP, Phase I - Detailed Cost Estimate UNDP Intervention Empowered lives. Resilient nations.

22  Main inlet gravity and pressure pipeline implemented in 2006;  Detailed Design completed in Dec. 2010, and approved by PWA and CMWU;  EIA was conducted and approved by EQA;  Tender Documents delivered and ready to launch the Construction stage. Project Progress (Funded by GoJ) Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 22 / KY WWTP

23  The project will be implemented by UNDP/PAPP in close cooperation with PWA, CMWU and KY M;  Construction phase is planned to be completed within three years ending in first quarter 2016, provided starting November 2012;  Construction supervision will be performed by a JV of international & local consultant;  One year operation after Commissioning will be carried out to transfer Knowledge and proper codes of Practice, Project will be handed over to CMWU in first Quarter Implementation Plan Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 23 / KY WWTP

24 Expected Outputs Q2Q2 Q1Q1 Q4Q4 Q3Q3 Q2Q2 Q1Q1 Q4Q4 Q3Q3 Q2Q2 Q1Q1 Q4Q4 Q3Q3 Q2Q2 Q1Q1 Q4Q4 Q3Q3 Q2Q2 Q1Q1 Q4Q4 Q3Q3 Pre Contract Services by a JV of international and local consultant 1 Prequalification of International and Local Contractors 2 Construction Supervision Assignment by a JV of international and local consultant 3 Tendering & Construction of KY WWTP 4 Tendering & Construction of Effluent and Emergency Pipeline 5 Tendering & Construction of Infiltration Basins. 6 Tendering & Construction of Electrical Power Supply Works. 7 One Year Operation After Commissioning 8 Tentative Workplan Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 24 / KY WWTP Press for detail

25  Close coordination between all parties.  Project management team.  Construction supervision team. Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Implementation Needs  Land availability for the infiltration basins.  Israeli Approval for the implementation of KY WWTP.  Access of construction materials.  Security coordination to access KY WWTP eastern site.  Provision of electrical energy to operate the plant. 25 / KY WWTP Press for detail

26 Risks 26 / KY WWTP Difficulties in access of required construction materials Coordination with the Israeli authorities. Contingency plan to access materials to be developed. Object of some Al Fukhari Residents to construct the infiltration basins Enhance community participation, Coordinate with counterparts for advance public awareness. PWA, CMWU and Khan Younis Municipality are not able to acquire the land for infiltration. Coordination with counterparts and concerned authorities to accelerate land acquisition. Shortage of available fund to cover construction works Coordination with donors and counterparts.

27 27 / KY WWTP Risks Fuel shortage and regular electricity cut. Alternative fuel and electrical source to be provided by contractor and counterparts. Restriction on mobility of international & local staff due to security situation. Coordination with UNDSS, Provide security update on daily basis for all staff. GEDCO is not able to provide the required electrical power. UNDP will invite counterparts to joint cooperation meetings to agree upon a work plan and timeframe. Israeli Military Operation Coordination with the Israeli concerned authorities.

28 Images of Performed On-Site Activities Empowered lives. Resilient nations.

29 Construction of Main Inlet Pipeline Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 29 / KY WWTP

30 Site Work - Geotechnical Investigations - Eastern Site Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 30 / KY WWTP

31 Site Work - Geotechnical Investigations - Infiltration Site Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 31 / KY WWTP

32 Site Visits - International Consultant Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 32 / KY WWTP

33 Site Work - EIA Site Work Empowered lives. Resilient nations. 33 / KY WWTP

34 Empowered lives. Resilient nations. Site Visits & Coordination Meetings UNDP &UN Representatives 34 / KY WWTP

35 Public Hearing Meetings Empowered lives. Resilient nations. EIA Public Hearing Workshop 35 / KY WWTP

36 With all of You, we are so optimistic that it will be done For ou !! hank T Y Empowered lives. Resilient nations.


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