• ITGIUM TEAM

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  • 7 mai 2015

  • SEDIMENT 淤泥

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  • ENERGY SAVINGS

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  • URBAN PLANNING

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  • ITGIUM WORKS

  • jùn mǎ 俊 马 Speech at ITTC 2014 讲话

    Presentation ITTC

    • Speech of jùn mǎ at the International Technology Transfer in Beijing and Guiyang on April (ITTC 2014)
    • Topic: Energy savings solution along with a substantial diminution of carbon dioxide (CO2)
    • Session “Smart City and The City of Future Technology Innovation in China “.

  • ITGIUM FRENCH

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  • ITgium China Sediment

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  • Chang Jiang Sediment Stock

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    • No contaminated : 700 M m3
    • Slightly contaminated : 200 M m3
    • Heavily contaminated : 500 M m3

  • Chang Jiang Sediment Issue

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    • Upstream the river, crossing the Tibetan plateau, sludge inflates the Chang Jiang. Due to an intense deforestation and desertification, soil is friable. Weakened banks permit landslides. Coupled with land overuse, sediment decreases the water velocity.
    • Each year, 500 million tons are deposited in the river gorges, including the retention lake. The pressure should affect its hydroelectric potential up to 30%.
    • Furthermore, sediments accumulation exerts a strong pressure on the structure and could lead to its cracking.
    • Because the Eurasian and the Yangtze plate are not stable, the risk of an earthquake does exist. In recent years, low-magnitude earthquakes have produce landslides.
    • In the event of a large-scale one, the Dam breaking could happen.
    • Downstream the river, sediment played before a role of natural fertilizer. Because of their decrease, agrochemicals use should be now required. So it will intensify water pollution.
    • Already levels of phosphorus and nitrogen are twenty times higher than the standards. In addition, the sediment reduction may push back the River delta. Moreover, in winter, it accelerates saline groundwater within the delta.

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  • ITgium Chang Jiang Sediment Treatment Implementation

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    This innovative technology enables :
    ♦ Clear separation of the solid and liquid
    ♦ Clarified water can return directly to the medium,
    ♦ Volume of material to be treated reduced to a factor of 10,
    ♦ Mud dries much faster,
    ♦ Sludge that is quickly recoverable in different sectors.

  • ITgium SEDIGATE Sediment Deshydration 沉淀物 脱水

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    For the rivers, canals, dams, lakes and harbors dredging, through a mechanized dewatering continuous rate of 1000 m3/h, SEDIGATE has developed a new technology able to divide in a few minutes the volume of sediments dredged from the water.

  • Urban light energy saving

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    • Surface area : 140 ha
    • Number of light sources : 274
    • Estimated Investment : $ 650,000
    • Return on Investment : 3 years
    • 20 to 30 % consumption reduction

  • Smart City Content 智慧城市

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    A city can be defined as ‘smart’ when investments in human and social capital and traditional (transport) and modern (ICT) communication infrastructure fuel sustainable economic development and a high quality of life, with a wise management of natural resources, through participatory action and engagement

  • Why a Smart City 智慧城市 ?

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    • Often due to the growing oriented population and in addition to the energy issues, cities face many problems in managing their resources (space, mobility, funding, etc..)
    • The answer : build an interactive smart city by integrating environmental issues can reduce the cost of the public equipment operating cost to 30% to 50%.

  • Smart cities six main dimensions

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    • Smart economy
    • Smart mobility
    • Smart environment
    • Smart people
    • Smart living
    • Smart governance

  • Smart City World Market

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  • Chinese Food Safety Law

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    • A sweeping new Chinese food safety law enacted in the wake of several food safety incidents that tainted the “Made in China” brand worldwide.
    • This law toughens penalties against makers and traders of food, establishes a Cabinet-level food safety commission to improve coordination between departments and agencies, strengthens monitoring, streamlines food safety standards, establishes procedures for recalling substandard products and tightens import and export enforcement.
    • Regulations to implement the law are still being developed by the State Council.
    • For businesses operating in the food product supply chain, abiding by the food safety law and its implementing regulations may require additional resources and increase costs, especially in the short term.

  • Food Safety in China

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  • Asbestos in China

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    In China, until that day authorized, the asbestos material affects the following categories of people:
    • 120 000 workers in 31 asbestos mines
    • 1 M. workers in the chrysotile industrial production
    • 8 M. workers in manufacture hosting a high level of asbestos
    • 90 000 workers in ship breaking industries
    • 100 millions Chinese who lived daily under the asbestos threat in their housing

  • Asbestos in China

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    Potential exposure to asbestos chrysotile in buildings could lead to physical disorders, costly diseases and death

  • Asbestos Death Toll in China

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  • Asbestos and ship breaking industry

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    Ship breaking industry in China
    • 180 companies
    • 1,800 000 workers
    • The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade.
    • It is also the source of major environmental toxins poisoning people and the planet.
    • A ship's life lasts for an average of 25 to 30 years after which they are no longer considered safe to sail.
    • 95% of these huge ships are made of valuable steel, which makes dismantling them to recover it, a lucrative prospect

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  • DJP ENERGY

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  • ITGIUM PRESS

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  • ITGIUM INFO

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    • Album : Press Release : Shrimps diseases in China
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    • Album : Chemical disinfection
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    • Album : Saving energy
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    • Album : Urban planning
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    • Album : Sediment treatment and valorization
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  • ITGIUM ISSUES

  • World energy dramatic consumption increase…

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  • …that cause serious consequences.

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  • How can we reduce the energy consumption ?

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  • Right approach : China Saving Energy Stiffer Law 严格 法律

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    • Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress (NPC), the country's top legislature, has voted to adopt revisions to the Environmental Protection Law, enshrining environmental protection as the government's overriding priority, with specific articles and provisions on smog.
    • For the first time, the law has established clear requirements for ecological protection.

  • One solution : Saving Energy in Building 大楼 节约能源

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    • In a typical European household, well over half the money spent on fuel bills goes towards providing heating and hot water, so it makes sense to invest in the most energy-efficient heating system.
    • So the main sector of energy savings is found in the housing communities.

  • Concrete example : Housing Saving Energy (Tianjin 天津)

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    • Location : Bīnhǎi Xīn Qū (滨海新区)
    • Building, 40 floors, 30 000 m2
    • Concern Equipment : Heating or Air Conditioning
    • Estimated investment cost : $ 10,000
    • Return on investment : 13 months
    • Estimated 3 years Energy savings : $ 50,000
    • White certificate earning : $ 3,500

  • Example : Boilers Saving Energy China Potential Market

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    Considering surface of more than 5000 m2 :
    • 12 millions of device today in activity has to be checked.
    • 25 % has to be replaced.
    • 75 % has to be rejuvenated through a saving energy device.
    • China boilers with saving energy device implementation market is estimated to a level of 24 billions of yuans (2,3 Md US$).

  • Chaoyang Saving Energy Plan 節能 计划朝阳区 節能 计划

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    What could be for the 5 years to come a plan to slash the energy consumption and to reduce the CO2 emission in the Cháoyáng Qū ?
    A triple project target
    • A reduction of the pollution and the emission of CO2
    • Inhabitants of buildings will save money on their energy bill
    • The Municipality will get to a new source of income

  • Chaoyang Estimates Saving Energy Plan

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  • Saving Energy means Saving Money for your properties ! 节省

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    How to save money and add value to your real estate through an ecological way ?
    5 five ways to do it !
    In Europe :
    (1) For the housing building equipped with saving energy devices, the market rental values, yields and acquisition prices have steadily increased :
    • 2011 : + 3 %
    • 2012 : + 2,7 %
    • 2013 : + 2,6 %
    (2) Those ones that haven’t such equipment have experienced a sharp decrease that intensified over the years :
    • 2011 : - 2 %
    • 2012 : - 2,6 %
    • 2013 : - 4,7 %

  • Europe Saving Energy Plan

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    (1) In Europe, residential building consumption represents 45 % of the total energy cost (2013).
    This is the main sector of energy savings.
    (2) Under the Renewable Energy Directive 2012/0288 (COD), the EU aims to get 20% of its energy from renewable sources by 2020.

  • Carbon Trading : The White Certificate

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    • A white certificate, also referred to as an Energy Savings Certificate (ESC), is an instrument issued by an authorized body guaranteeing that a specified amount of energy savings has been achieved.
    • The white certificates are given to the producers whenever an amount of energy is saved whereupon the producer can use the certificate for their own target compliance or can be sold to (other) parties who cannot meet their targets.
    • Each certificate is a unique and traceable commodity carrying a property right over a certain amount of additional energy savings and guaranteeing that the benefit of these savings has not been accounted for elsewhere.

  • Saving Energy Regulation, examples

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  • White certificate : How it works ?

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  • China Science J

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    The "Four Great Inventions" (四大发明; sì dà fāmíng) are the
    • Compass 指南针 zhǐ nán zhēn
    • Gunpowder 火药 huǒ yào
    • Papermaking 造纸 zào zhǐ
    • Printing 印刷品 yìn shuā pǐn

  • Chinese History

    The China Way 中国 前景
    • 千里之行﹐始於足下。
    Qian li zhi xing, shi yu zu xia.
    A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
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    • 不管黑猫白猫,捉到老鼠就是好猫。
    Buguan hei mao bai mao, zhuo dao laoshu jiu shi hao mao.
    No matter if it is a white cat or a black cat; as long as it can catch mice, it is a good cat.
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  • Urban Saving Energy Project

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    • Designing a city-wide questionnaire survey upon heating equipment
    • Measuring the annual fuel utilization of housing communities
    • Establishing consumption categories and GHG emissions accounting methodology
    • Data processing and analysis of the survey results, including influencing factor analysis and profiling of low, medium and high GHG emission households and communities.
    • Estimates evaluation of today city energy global cost and saving energy estimates
    • Agenda statement
    • Implementation of the device according to a comprehensive plan

  • Estimates Saving Energy project

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    During two months. The survey is engaged, district by district, during three months.

  • Saving Energy Solution : The DJP ENERGY experience

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    • ECO REGULATOR - designed to cut back the energy cost on existing boilers in substantial housing estates and public amenities.
    • 20 % of Energy Saving on Boilers.

  • China CO2 Savings

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  • China Air Pollution Perspective

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  • GDP & Pollution Trend

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  • China Air Pollution

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  • CO2 China Emission

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  • Air Pollution effects

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  • CO2 Diseases

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  • China Air Pollution Death Toll

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  • World Death Toll per area

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•China issues 中国 问题

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CHALLENGE 挑战

(1) Today, the heating and air conditioning Chinese market is the worldwide more extended.

Along with the growing development of China, the energy consumption is on the rise with. This situation is risky according to the short-term raw material shortage, the increasingly pollution and the global warming.

(2) In 2010, under a Sustainable urban development master plan, the Ministry Industry of China has decreed on the one hand to reduce energy heavy pollution as for instance coal mine and the other hand a series of law enforcement that oblige the owners of building, factories or real-estate to diminish their consumption of energy.

In terms of heating and air conditioning, the core of the laws constrains those ones to verify their equipment and brings them the necessary improvement in a way to reach such goal.

The law is subjected with heavy penalties for those ones that will not meet this objective. This law will prevail at the beginning of 2013.

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SAVING ENERGY CHINESE ESTIMATED MARKET

Considering the so-called large surface (more than 5000 m2).

12 millions of device today in activity has to be checked.

25 % will be replaced. 75 % has to be reinforced or rejuvenated.

Accordingly to this last segment, this market is estimated to a level of 24 billions of yuans (2,3 Md US$).

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN CHINA

(1) Current Situation

Proportion of investment in environmental protection remains low in Chinese GDP, however the amount has kept increasing in recent years and is expected to grow significantly this year.

In China, fog and haze remain the serious problems, yet the indices of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen decline in waste gas treatment is apparent.

(2) Commitment

In recent years, the Chinese government has issued a series of policies to support the development of the environmental protection industry and the industry of energy conservation and environmental protection is expected to grow between 2014 and 2018 due to the implementation of new policies.

Standing Committee of China’s National People’s Congress (NPC), the country’s top legislature, has voted to adopt revisions to the Environmental Protection Law, enshrining environmental protection as the government’s overriding priority, with specific articles and provisions on smog.

The revised Environmental Protection Law is the first change to the legislation in 25 years.

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MORE RESPONSABILITY ON LOCAL GOVERNMENTS

The new Environmental Protection Law places more responsibility on local governments and law enforcement departments, sets higher environmental protection criteria for enterprises and gives harsher punishments for wrongdoing. Lawmakers say that no single action can tackle China’s pollution problems. Instead, it will be a long-term process, requiring a united effort from the whole society.

On 13 September 2013, the state Council of China issued the Plan of Air Pollution Treatment and the Ministry of Environmental Protection signed the Letter of Responsibility for Air Pollution Prevention and Control with six local governments.

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STIFFER PUNISHMENTS

For the first time, the law has established clear requirements for ecological protection.

It says that the country should establish and improve its environmental and health monitoring, as well as survey and risk assessment mechanisms.

The law also toughens the penalties for environmental offenses. And it has specific articles and provisions for tackling smog, raising public awareness, and protecting whistleblowers.

According to the new bill, responsible persons will face up to 15 days in detention if their enterprises dodge environmental impact assessments and refuse to suspend production after being issued a ban.

It also calls on the public to adopt a more low-carbon and frugal lifestyle. The law encourages individuals to not just obey the law, but also to make their own efforts to protect the environment, such as sorting their garbage for recyclable materials. It proposes setting June 5th as National Environment Day.

Lawmakers said during their panel discussion that the phenomena in which the cost for observing environmental legislation is higher than violating laws widely exist, causing environmental pollution.

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EXAMPLE

An electricity generator complex with production capacity of 100,000 kilowatt needs to pay between 500,000 and 600,000 yuan in environmental protection fees to alleviate and control pollution.

But if the factory shuts down its pollution processing equipment and does nothing to protect the environment, it may only face a 10,000 yuan fine, she said.

Handing out heavier punishment for environmental wrongdoing is an important principle of the new legislation, and will deter enterprises from violating the law.

The new law stipulates that enterprises will be named and shamed for breaking environmental protection laws.

It says that responsible persons would face up to 15 days detention if their enterprises dodge environmental impact assessments and refuse to suspend production after being issued a ban; fail to obtain a pollutant discharge permit but discharge pollutants, and refuse to suspend the discharge after administrative bodies issue a ban; or if they shirk supervision through means including forging monitoring data or improperly operating pollution prevention equipment. The length of detention would depend on the impact of their violations.

Responsible persons would face the same punishments if their enterprises produce or use forbidden pesticides and refuse to make corrections.

The law also proposes that organizations in charge of environmental impact assessments and supervision would bear joint liabilities if they are found to have acted fraudulently.

Local officials may be demoted or sacked, if they are guilty of misconduct, including covering up environment-related wrongdoing, falsifying data or ask others to falsify data, failing to publicize environmental information which should be made public according to law or failing to give closure orders to enterprises which illegally discharge pollutants.

If offenders’ behaviors constitute crimes, they will be held criminally responsible.

The law says a daily-based fine system will be introduced to punish offenders.

If an enterprise illegally discharges pollutants and is fined and asked to correct its wrongdoing by authorities, but refuses to make corrections, the enterprise may face a fine that accumulates daily. In the past, enterprises received a one-off fine.

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BEIJING POLLUTION FINES IN 2014 (four months)

Authorities in the Chinese capital fined 652 industrial facilities for breaching environmental regulations in the first four months of the year as it stepped up efforts to fight pollution.

Beijing’s air quality has come under intense scrutiny since January last year, when heavy smog settled over the city to the alarm of its residents.

Premier Li Keqiang in March promised a “war on pollution” as the country seeks to stem public anger over premature deaths while weaning the economy off over-dependence on energy-guzzling heavy industry.

Beijing’s Environmental Protection Bureau handed out fines totalling 14.5 million yuan ($2.3 million) over the first four months of the year, it told state media on Sunday.

“The amount is twice as high as for the same period last year,” said Zhong Chonglei, chief officer at the Bureau’s supervision department.

China has introduced a range of policies and plans to solve environmental problems but it has long struggled to bring big polluting industries and growth-obsessed local governments to heel.

In March, Beijing for the first time took charge of supervising its pollution levels. The city can hand out fines of up to 500,000 yuan and can impose additional daily fines on wrong-doers who don’t pay up on time.

Three-quarters of the fines handed out were for air pollution.

The Beijing Yueju Heating Company received the biggest fine of 200,000 yuan for manipulating emissions data for one of its coal-fired boilers.

 

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