SCIP is the first professional petroleum and fine chemical industrial park since the reform and opening up. SCIP acts as the center of six south industrial zones in Shanghai, it is also one of the largest investment industrial projects during the 10th Five Year Plan period. At present, more than 100 world class chemical companies such as Sinopec, Bayer, BASF, Evonik, Huntsman, Mitsubishi, Mitsui Chemicals set their business in SCIP.
Such large scale of production brings great challenges to environment, the water demand of chemical companies increases sharply, and the large amount of wastewater pollution concentration is also turning high, therefore, the professional integration of water services is significantly requested to achieve a harmonious development of chemical industry and environment with balanced production and the ecology.
Along with cooperation with the development of SCIP, since 2002, SUEZ NWS operates as one of the utilities companies in SCIP to provide wastewater treatment and water services to SCIP clients. It runs a water treatment plant and a wastewater treatment plant. Business scope covers: industrial water, tap water, demineralized water supply; wastewater collection and treatment services.
Wastewater Treatment Capacity: 44,600 m3/d
CODcr load 40 tons/d
Water Supply Capacity: Industrial water: 200,000 m3/d
Domestic water: 7,000 m3/d
Demineralized water: 6,700 m3/d
In addition to providing high quality industrial water and the treatment on high concentrated industrial effluents for SCIP clients, it also creatively reuses treated wastewater to produce demineralized water through tertiary treatment and membrane technology, which can save 1,600,000 m3 of clean water every year.
SUEZ NWS and its local partners – Shanghai Chemical Industry Park, Tongji University and East China University of Science and Technology – set up the first research Centre in China: SCIP Water Research Center (SWRC), specialized in industrial water supply and wastewater treatment. It is dedicated to industrial wastewater research and characterization as well as R&D for treatment and recycling technologies, including sludge.
1) Analyze the existing wastewater composition and study the treatment technology of COD
2) Optimize the existing biochemical treatment process
3) Explore the application of anaerobic treatment process
4) develop integrated industrial wastewater treatment technology package, to provide customers with the best solution
Since 2002, SUEZ NWS provides water supply and wastewater treatment services in SCIP：