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F/QAP /021 /001 1 Ca led on ian College of Engineering Cour se Wo rk Name of the pro gra mm e BE ng Ci vil (G CU ) Name of Module with Code Advanced W astewater Trea tment:MHH 124598 Level/Semester & AY 4/Seme ster A, 2 018-19 Name of the Module Leader /Tutor Dr. Basim Al Khateeb /Dr . S.V. Satyanarayana/ Mr . Mohamed Abdul Nasir Cours ework T ype Field V isit Report and Poster Pres entati on Assessment weightage 30% Type a nd date of submission 02-Dec ember-201 8 Aim The aim of this module is to prov ide the students with kn owledge and practical ins ight of the important co nce pts a nd fundamental pri nciples, treatm ent mec hanism, a nd d esign and opera tion and tec hnology of vari ous wastewater treatm ent proc esse s. Learning Outcomes  To demonstrate the principles of wastewater treatment.  To outline the remediation technologies.  To describe the essentials of wastewater treatment system design and operation  To apply their theoretical knowledge and to conduct analysis on a broad variety of wastewater management problems.  To compare advances in the treatment technologies and design processes. Task The co urse work co nsists of two compon ents: 1) Field Visit Report Site visit will be arranged to a municipal waste water treatment plant to obs erve the treatm ent process and plant operation followed by an ass ess ment based on the field visit report su bmiss ion. Requireme nt for the Repor t: W rite detailed report on the field visit for waste water treatm ent plant. i.e., compon ents and obser vati ons at the site. The co ntents and the requiremen ts are sh own in following table. F/QAP /021 /001 2 Item Con tents Requireme nts 1. Introducti on Brief h istory a nd geograph ical informati on of the waste water treatm ent plant and details of the site along with other requireme nts. 2. Deta ils of the project visited (Des ign as pect) Engineeri ng design and details sp ecificati on Flow diagram of the fac ility Des ign ca lcu lati on for the si ze of the biological units. 3. Deta ils of the project visited (O perati on as pect) All of the activities needed to run a waste water treatment plant fac ility. pres ent national/inte rnational standards Existing prob lems 4. Environmental significa nce Environmental issu es of the project 5. Conclus ion W ha t d id you learn from the study Im proving measur es, recommendations 6. References CC E Harvard Style sh ould be followed for both in-text and l isting refere nces. Also so me of the tec hnical d ata on the treatment site and the informati on co llected from the site sh ould be inc luded for any future refere nce Notes on su bmission Report sh ould not be less than 1500 words. Report sh ould con tain l ist of co ntents, list of tables and figures, nomenclature. Tables and Figures sh ould be with C apti ons and Reference s. Ass ignm ent sh ould be subjected to plagiarism ch ecks with TURNI TIN software and report must be inc luded in the ass ignment. Inform ation and data on similar su bject matter may be co llected from Municipalities, Ministries, Haya W ater, Inte rnet and oth er so urces but must be referenced as su itable. 2) Electro nic P oster a nd prese ntation Each student sh ould i ndividually prepare electronic poster of the report for the site visit and present it. The prese ntation will be for 10 min du rati on c ompris ing pres entati on and question and ans wer sess ion. F/QAP /021 /001 3 Poster req uirement The e – poster must sh ow clearly the area of the site visit work. All this must be done in a co ncise fas hion. Annotated dra wings and graphs have more impact than sc ript. The poster sh ould be complete in that it is understandable to the viewer without verbal comment. Viewers sh ould be able to read the poster smallest text. Producti on of a poster will test the student’s abili ty to extract the important and ess ential eleme nts from the study /site visit to the waste water treatment fac ility and to disp lay these eleme nts in an attracti ve and informati ve manner. Ju dgment of the esse ntials of a piece of work and the present ation of those e sse ntials in a co nvinc ing and time-efficient way is important not only in tec hnical co nferences but also in indust ry. Instru ctions 1. The e- poster must be prepared to fit onto (A4 or A3 size) which is norm ally to be disp layed wi th the longer edge vertica l. Post er is to be made and su bmitted in electronic form o nly. 2. The title sh eet sh ould contain the title of the study, name of Student, year of Study and date (year only). 3. The e – poster sh all inc lude the following secti ons: a. Introducti on b. Des ign asp ect of the waste water treatm ent plant c. Operational as pect of the waste water treatment plant d. Environmental significa nt e. Conclus ion 4. Di sp lay letteri ng can be prepared us ing a vari ety of methods i ncluding ‘press letters’ (e.g. Letterse t), stencils and photographic enlargement of ord inary type. St udents sh ould co nsider us ing comp uter-aided tec hniques (e.g. graph plotters, prese ntati on graph ics software ). 5. Students are enco uraged to discuss their ideas with the tutor before co mmencing prepar ation of the poster. Note: A pl agi arism chec k report (Tur n-it-in) mu st be attac hed with cour se work. F/QAP /021 /001 4 Mar king s cheme Comp onents Descr iption We ightage Marks 1 Fie ld Visit Report 80 % 10 Introducti on Deta ils of the project visited (Des ign as pect) 25 Deta ils of the project visited (Operation as pect) 25 Environmental s ignifica nce of the project 08 Conclus ion 08 References 04 2 Electro nic poster and prese ntation 20% 20 Total 100% 100 Instru ctions 1. Plagiarism is a seri ous offence. In case of any plagiarism detected, penalty wil l be imposed leading to zero mark. Policy and guideli nes for dealing with plagiarism and malprac tice in exami nati on can be viewed by clickin g: http://portal.c ce.ed u.om/member/contentdetails.a spx?id=490 2. The co urse work sh all be su bject to plagiari sm s oftware ch eck. 3. Course work sh ould be submitted on time. College guideli nes on late su bmiss ion of co urse work can be viewed by clicking: http://portal.cc e.edu.om /memb er/conte ntdetails.asp x?id=565 4. Course work sh ould be submitted with an approp riate co ver p age, which can be obtained from the departmental a ssistant at the departm ent. 5. Name, student identifica tion and title of the co urse work to be written clearly and legibly on the co ver page. 6. The c ompleted co urse work is to be su bmitted to the d epartm ental ass istant on or before the deadli ne and rec ord your name, date of su bmiss ion and signature in the book with the departmental ass istant. 7. For onli ne su bmiss ion of co urse work, pdf file with appropri ate co ver page mentioning name of student, student number and title of the co urse work sh ould be uploaded us ing the su bmiss ion link created and made a vailable by the module leader. Referencing Harvard Refere ncing (CCE Style) First Edition 2013 sh ould be followed for both in-text and listing references. This dow nloadable document can be found in our CC E portal at: http://portal.cc e.edu.om /memb er/conte ntdetails.asp x?c id=628 Name and Signature of Module l eader Dr. Basim Al Khateeb ————————————————- Date: 10/7/201 8
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www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb Seeb Sewage Treatment Plant www.haya.om Seeb STP 3 Waste Water Project _ Seeb www.haya.om  A’Seeb Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) is a fully enclosed Waste Water Treatment Plant, and the first fully enclosed plant in Oman. This 62,000 m 3 capacity facility including four ( 04 ) pumping stations is managed by Haya Water. Out of the five( 05 ) pumping stations four( 04 ) of them (MPS -2 , MPS -3 , Al Mobellah & Al Khoud ) are located outside the STP. One pumping station (MPS -1 ) is located within STP.  Main Pumping Station 2 (MPS -2 ) and Main Pumping Station 3 (MPS -3 ) convey the collected sewage from the underground sewerage pipes to the STP and MPS -1 delivers the collected sewage to the STP. The treated effluent is distributed for irrigation purposes by Al Mabellah and Al Khoud pumping stations. Seeb STP 3 Waste Water Project _ Seeb www.haya.om Seeb STP 3 Waste Water Project _ Seeb  The Central Sewage Treatment Plant considered as the main part of the waste water treatment process. The treatment plant building includes several facilities which are designed to observe the continuous process of the plant: • Central Processing Units • W ater Testing Laboratory • Odor Treatment Unit • Chlorine Production Unit • Sludge Production Unit • Treated W ater Storage Basins • Control Rooms • Administration Offices.  TE Pumping Stations were constructed to supply the required treated water from the plant to the TE Networks. The network was connected to a set of treated water tanks to ensure the transfer of water from a low level to a higher level and to increase water flow in t he network. www.haya.om Seeb STP _ Treatment Process 3 Waste Water Project _ Seeb  Seeb STP Process consists of : • Main Pump Station 1 (MPS Pre -Treatment Unit • Secondary Treatment Unit • Tertiary Treatment Unit • Sludge Treatment Unit _ Dewatering • Odor Control Unit www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb • Wet Well Depth 15.5 m From Ground Floor . • Wet Well Size = 213 m3 • 6 Dry Well Submersible Pumps • Pump operation depends on level . • Flygt Pump 75 kW – 828 m3/ hr (19.5 mH ). • Design Flow = 4968 m3/h or 119,232 m3/day. • 2 Future Pumps to be added in Phase 2. Seeb STP _ MPS 1 3 www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb • D eposition of the large amount of organic matter and suspended solids contained in the liquid waste which includes: • Mechanical Screens: disposal of floating solids • FOG Unit: gravel and sand removal and suspended solids using primary deposition to protect station equipment. Seeb STP _ Pre -treatment Unit 3 www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb  Oxidation or transformation of organic matter into liquid wastes not deposited in the primary sedimentation ponds by air bacteria, including ventilation using surface mechanical hobbies, sludge deposition and solids through the use of final sedimentation ponds, sludge concentration and disposal by converting them into easily encapsulated materials and transport by pressure filters . Seeb STP _ Secondary Treatment Unit 3 www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb Seeb STP _ Secondary Treatment Unit 3 3. Settle 4. Draw Effluent 2. React (Aeration) TWL Screened and De -gritted Influent 5. Idle Waste Sludge • Sequence Batch Reactors (SBRs) as its core process technology. • Fully Automated Facility that uses 12 ICEAS (Intermittent Cycle Extended Aeration System) • SBR Process includes the following steps: 1) Fill 2) React (Anoxic and Aeration) 3) Settle 4) React 5) Idle 1. Anoxic Mixing (No -Aeration) www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb Seeb STP _ Secondary Treatment Unit _ SBR Components 3 • Mixers, • Diffusers, • Decanter • And SAS Pump. • Aerators • Control System www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb Seeb STP _ Secondary Treatment Unit 3 • During idle stage in the SBR Tanks, the sludge is transferred from the SBR into the AD Tank through SAS Pumps. • 6 Aerobic Digesters currently in Service and 2 will be operational as part of Phase 2. • Aerobic Digesters Steps Are: 1. Fill 2. Aeration 3. Settle 4. Decant 5. Idle • In the Buffer Tanks the sludge being aerated then transferred to centrifuges unit through Sludge Transfer Pump. www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb Seeb STP _ Tertiary Treatment Unit 3 • Purification of water from fine suspended solids through filters and the addition of chlorine to disinfect and purify water from bacteria . • The Plant equipped with Ultrafiltration System For Tertiary Treatment. • The Decanted Water From The SBR Tanks passing through The SBR Effluent Channel to the distribution chamber in The Ultrafiltration. • The Effluent Is Distributed On 2 Drum Screen with Size of 0.5 mm. • After The Drum Screen The Effluent Is Filled Into The UF Cells. • 6 UF Cells Is In Service And One More will be in operation in Phase 2. • The UF Cells equipped with Hallow Fiber Filters with pore size of 0.04 Microns. • The Effluent that passes through the filters moves to TE Tanks. • CIP and Backwash process is applied in the UF Cells for cleaning purpose. www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb Seeb STP _ Tertiary Treatment Unit 3 • The Effluent that passes through the filters moves to TE Tanks. • The Effluent is treated with Sodium Hypochlorite for Disinfection. • The Plant equipped with 2 TE Tanks : TE Naseem & TE Al Khoud /Mabella (14,224 m 3 Each). • 6 TE Pumps available and 2 more will be in operation in Phase 2. • The Plant follows standard A Treated Effluent Specification. www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb Seeb STP _ Sludge Treatment Unit 3 • In this unit, water is separated from the sludge generated by the centrifuge processing process and then sent to the Compost plant for the production of organic fertilizer . • 3 Centrifuge currently available and one more will be in operation in Phase 2. • Polymer dosed in the Centrifuge Inlet for Flocculation process. • The Centrifuge Sludge Output Is 20 -22 % Dry Solids. • The Dry Sludge Transferred to Kala Compost Plant for fertilizer production. www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb Seeb STP _ Odor Control Unit (OCU) 3 • Several units of the aromatherapy system have been installed in different areas of the project in order to ensure the creation of a suitable environment free from the impact of gases resulting from the process of wastewater treatment • The Plant Is Designed With Odor Control System To Remove Un Pleasant Odors Produced With The Process Of Sewage Collection, Sewage Transport, Pretreatment, Aerobic Digestion And Sludge Dewatering. • The Odor Control Unit Is a Wet Chemical Scrubber System. • Three Types Of Chemicals dosed into The System as below: 1) Sulfuric Acid : Ammonia Removal 2) Sodium Hypochlorite: H 2S Removal 3) Sodium Hydroxide: H 2S Removal • The Treated Gases moves to the Atmosphere. www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb  The different samples of the treatment units are collected on a daily basis and the necessary tests are carried out for the purpose of evaluating the efficiency of the treatment process and producing high quality water . Seeb STP _ Laboratory 3 www.haya.om Waste Water Project _ Seeb  The various treatment units are controlled by the control room in a manner that is equipped with sophisticated and advanced techniques that help to monitor the operation of the treatment process continuously and efficiently . Seeb STP _ Control Room (SCADA) 3 www.haya.om THANK YOU 18
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Seeb Sewage Treatment Plant Name: Contents: i. List of tables……………………………………………………………………..…3 ii. List of figure………………………………..………………………………………4 1. Introduction………………………………………………………………………..5 2. Design aspect of the wastewater treatment plant………………….…..….….6 2.1. Design calculation………………………………………………………………7 3. Operational aspect of the wastewater treatment plant………………………11 3.1. Physical Therapy……………………………………………………………………11 3.2. Tertiary/ Chemical Treatment Processes……………………………….….12 3.3. MPR Technology………………………………………………………………13 4. Environmental significant……………………………………………………….13 4.1. Problems that occur to the environment and the reason for the filtering process……………………………………………………………………………………………..14 4.2. Ministry of environmental and climatic affairs………………..……….……14 6. Conclusion……………………………………………………………………….15 7. Reference…………………………………………………………………………16 i. List of tables: Sr.No Tital of subject Page of Number 1) Ministry of environmental and climatic affairs. Page 14 ii. List of figure Page of Number Title Sr.No Page 10 Diagram of facility. Figure 1 Page 11 Seeb STP _ MPS-1 Figure 2 Page 12 Sludge Treatment Unit Figure 3 Page 12 Tertiary Treatment Unit Figure 4 Page 13 MPR Figure 5 1. Introduction: Al-Seeb station includes water treatment works, pumping stations and a wide network of pipelines. They also have a fertilizer plant in Amarat to transfer solid sewage waste as well as organic waste to a valuable commodity, which is fertilizer (both). It also supports landscaping, agriculture and recycling of sewage for irrigation. In 2014 Haya Water Company was commissioned from the State Station to provide services to all regions of Oman. Upon my visit to this station, the emergency exits were identified and how to act in case of hearing the sound of the warning and the place where it is necessary to assemble until the emergency ends. As well as not to use the elevator in the event of a fire. There are many types of emergency equipment in the site, such as fire extinguishers, fire hoses, and first-aid equipment. Also when you go to a live station, you must avoid moving machinery or places that involve the risk of falling into deep water, such as lakes or reservoirs. In addition, when you go to visit work sites, you must wear personal safety equipment represented in the helmet, safety vest and safety shoes. The central wastewater treatment plant is the main part of the wastewater treatment process and includes several facilities designed to monitor the continuous operation of the plant: Central Processing Units. Water Testing Laboratory. Chlorine Production Unit. Treated Water Storage Basins. Control Rooms. Administration Offices. The STP process consists of the main pumping station, the secondary feeder unit and the odor control unit. In the SeebSTP _ MPS 1, the wet depth is 15.5 meters from the ground floor as well as the size of the wet well 213 cubic meters and there are 6 well pumps. In addition, pump operation depends on the level. 2. Design aspect of the wastewater treatment plant: Designing a sewage treatment plant is important whether it is successful or unsuccessful. At the operational stage it is based on design concepts. There are several points that should be considered for STEP’s design: 1) Find out the real numbers that are used for the design. For example, the real number of population and the average flow rate of an individual. 2) As a consideration for the minimum and average control and flows that come to the sewage treatment plant as effective in each unit process due to hydraulic. 3) In addition to knowing the end population at the end of the planning horizon, it should be designed to be sufficient for a long period of time. Sewage treatment plant (STP) is the treatment of closed sewage. As the first completely closed plant in Oman capacity of 26,000 cubic meters. There are also four pumping stations of them (MPS-2, MPS-3, Al Mobellah & Al Khoud) are located outside the STP. The main pumping station (MPS-1) transfers the collection of sewage from underground sewage pipes to the treatment plant. The A’Seeb wastewater one task will be Muscat’s initial wastewater administration framework. Coating 189 mi2 (490 km2) for made urban environment, the system was designed for more than municipal sanitation—it Additionally supplements those region’s water assets Eventually Tom’s perusing treating 100% about wastewater of the high-quality level required to gainful reuse Furthermore conveys those reused water. The water treatment plant in the state of Al-Seeb is added to the vital project, which works to treat the water flowing through the networks and the capacity of about 60 thousand cubic meters per day as a first stage and 80 thousand cubic meters as a second phase of treatment water. The STP process consists of the main pumping station, the secondary feeder unit and the odor control unit. In the Seeb STP _ MPS 1, the wet depth is 15.5 meters from the ground floor as well as the size of the wet well 213 cubic meters and there are 6 well pumps. 2.1 Design calculation: Data given: BOD minimum = 350 mg/L maximum = 400 mg/L Q = design flow = 119232 m3 /d sludge age = 10 d Y = 0.65 mg VSS/mg soluble BOD kd = 0.05 volatile MLSS = 1600 mg/L The influent total BOD = 375 mg/L with a soluble BOD= 260 mg/L. The design effluent total BOD = 30 mg/L with a soluble BOD = 9.0 mg/L. Aeration tank volume: Aeration period: F/M: Excess biomass in the waste activated sludge per day: (Px = volatile solids in the waste sludge, g/day) The rate of sludge production: Assuming the solids are 80% volatile, total production would be; Assume the underflow solids concentration; Xr = 15,000 mg/L. The hydraulic retention time in the reactor is; O2 demand: Calculate the volume of air to be supplied: At standard condition: T = 20oC Pressure = 1 atm Air density = 1.185 kg/m³ % Oxygen by mass in air = 23.2% = 0.232 Assuming 100% oxygen transfer efficiency: Assume 7% oxygen transfer efficiency: Figure 1: Diagram of facility. Figure 2: Seeb STP _ MPS 1 3. Operational aspect of the wastewater treatment plant: 3.1 Physical Therapy: At the beginning of the wastewater treatment plant, the effluent is pumped from the pump. Two ventilated tanks will then be inserted into the ventricle where they are activated by the use of coarse bubble diffusers for three reasons: Reduction of septicity. Prevent the settlement of solids in the sewers. There are three numbers of centrifugal blowers which are supplying air to the aerobic tanks, and MPR tanks. Remove objects by using a drum. Drum screens are provided with laundry water pumps. Remove materials that float and cause nuisance in the downstream process. The blower is used to supply air to different areas: eg, before venting tank. Pump water from drainage to the channel entrance screens for the drum, by using a recycled pump and a drainage pump to retract. 3.2 Tertiary/ Chemical Treatment Processes: Odor and gas control unit: This unit consists of hydrogen sulfide, ammonia and the removal of gas it is filled with ventilation tanks by washing chemicals. In addition, caustic soda doses are provided to adjust the pH of the liquid. 6 TE Pumps available and 2 more will be in operation in Phase 2. The Plant follows standard A Treated Effluent Specification. Finally, water is pumped into the water system, for example, irrigation networks and loading of oil tankers. Figure 3:Sludge Treatment Unit Figure 4: Tertiary Treatment Unit 3.3 MPR Technology: The membrane bioreactor (MPR) is a combination of a membrane process such as micro filtration with a bioreactor. And the industrial waste water treatment capacity of the sewage treatment plant reaches 48 million liters per day. Figure 5: MPR 4. Environmental significant: Working in Haya is a job because it focuses on all their efforts towards the environmental goal by following the principles of the environment. This project is one of the engineering projects to reuse wastewater treatment. Therefore, its success will affect Omani development as awhole and not just Muscat. For example, health issues, and pollution produced, will be improved, traditional sanitation systems are reduced, and some diseases are reduced, groundwater conserved and protected from pollution. One example of an ecological organization is the “Kala Compost”. Is the natural Omani company made of (biosolids) taken from waste water and green waste, for example tree leaves and branches. Kala Compost is produced in Haya Water Factory which is located in Al-Amerat in Muscat Governorate and has a capacity of 40 and 000 tons of fertilizer annually. Fertilizer is tested in vitro at the factory’s pre-market location. They are packaged in eco-bags and are decomposable and available in 10 liters, 20 liters, 50 liters, bags showing product images manufactured and their results in plants. 4.1 Problems that occur to the environment and the reason for the filtering process: Chemical harmful additives for workers. The high flow is insufficient for treatment and is transported to the sea and this harms health. The number of fine screen is enough. 4.2 Ministry of environmental and climatic affairs: Parameter System Unit Use in irrigation Standard A Standard B PH PH – Rang 6-9 Rang 6-9 Total suspended solids. TSS µs/cm 15.0 30.0 Total Dissolved solids. TDS m/l 1500.0 2000.0 Nitrite Nitrogen. N- NO3 mg/l – – Nitrate. NO3 mg/l 50.0 50.0 Chloride CL mg/l 650.000 650.000 5. Conclusion: Project supports the expansion of the seeb Sewage treatment Plant in Muscat, Oman. This project includes the expansion of the second phase, with a circulation of 20,000 cubic meters per day. In addition, the capacity of the sewage plant is increased from 62,000 cubic meters per day to 82,000 cubic meters per day. In order to accommodate larger quantities of sewage in the Seeb. In addition this project includes the construction of a sewage treatment plant with a maximum capacity of 80 thousand cubic meters per day. It also includes 3 pumping stations, treated wastewater storage tanks and a 3.5 km long seawater pipeline. Also the flow is always done through the networks of houses and construction. The various treatment units are controlled by the control room in a manner equipped with sophisticated and advanced techniques that help to monitor the operation of the treatment process continuously and efficiently. Moreover, at the sewage plant in Sip, different samples of the treatment units are collected on a daily basis and the necessary tests are carried out for the purpose of evaluating the efficiency of the treatment process. 6. Reference: Bncnetwor, 2016, Seeb-Sewerage-Treatment-Plant. [Online]. Available at https://bncnetwork.net/…Seeb-Sewerage-Treatment-Plant [Accessed on 20/11/2017]. Parsons, 2014, Aseeb-wastewater-project. [Online]. Available at .https://www.protenders.com [Accessed on 20/11/2017]. Pretenders, 2o17, tanks seeb sewage treatment.[Online].Available at https://www.protenders.com [Accessed on 2/12/2017]. Ssiaeration, 2016, Design wastewater treatment plant. [Online]. Available at www.ssiaeration.com/sewage/treatment [Accessed on 1/12/2017]. 17| Page