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MASDAR Site Visit
ADSSC Site Visit
|DAY 3, THURSDAY 21 APRIL 2016|
09:00 – 14:30
Site Visit: MASDAR Ghantoot Desal Plant
Site visit to MASDAR’s four pilot energy-effective desalination plants at Ghantoot.
This tour would interest and be most suitable for engineers, renewable energy and desalination experts and professors.
Between 20-30 people will be allowed to go on this visit.
MASDAR will supply hard hats and jackets, for safety reasons tour participants must always follow the guide during the tour.
No photography or videos are permitted inside the pilot plant facility
BOOKINGS FOR THIS SITE VISIT ARE NOW CLOSED
Delegates to meet MASDAR officials at ADNEC
09:00 – 10:00
Transportation for delegates from ADNEC to Renewable Energy Seawater Desalination Project in Ghantoot and return. Delegates also have the opportunity to use their own transport or taxi service.
10:00 – 11:30
Renewable Energy Seawater Desalination experience:
- Chiara Fabbri, Desalination Consultant, ILF Consulting Engineer
The tour will include a briefing on advanced innovative technology in desalination to both ensure water, security and reduced energy consumption is adhered too. This will help UAE energy attain its goal of reduction targets.
This program will also identify industrial-scale and commercially viable desalination technologies that will address sustainable access to water both in the arid region and globally.
11:30 – 12:30
Departure from Renewable Energy Seawater Desalination in Ghantoout to ADNEC
|DAY 3, THURSDAY 21 APRIL 2016|
08:00 – 12:00
Site Visit: Abu Dhabi Sewerage Services Company (ADSSC) Pumping Station
The STEP Pumping Station is the terminal structure of ADSSC’s STEP tunnel system. It is required to raise raw sewage flows from the Deep Tunnel Sewer to the
Al Wathba Independent Sewage Treatment Plants (ISTPs)
The Pumping Station is 105 meters deep and 55 metres in diameter. It will contain 10 pumps each with a capacity to pump 5 cubic metres of sewage per second. The ultimate design flow for the pumping station is 2.1 million cubic metres of sewage per day and handing a peak flow of 39 cubic metres per second.
For more information, please visit the ADSSC website.
08:00 – 09:00
GWI delegation will travel to the STEP PS01 site separately in a vehicle(s) arranged by GWI.
09:00 – 09:20
Meet visitors at the STEP PS01 Construction Site.
ADSSC representatives will meet the delegation from GWI.
09:20 – 09:35
Introductions and Safety Induction
09:35 – 09:40
Signing Safety/Visit Forms
All visitors are required to sign the Safety/Visit forms
09:40 – 09:55
STEP Programme Update/Progress.
09:55 – 10:00
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) distribution & change time.
Appropriate casual clothing for a construction site visit is recommended. Additional PPEs will be provided on site.
Mandatory PPE: Boots, helmet, hi-visibility/safety clothing, eye protection.
10:00 – 11:00
Visit the construction site work area, shaft and view work in progress.
This will involve a 10-minute walk to the construction works area
For the PS shaft visit, a man-rider (elevator) will be taken down the shaft. The man-rider accommodates eight (8) people at one time.
Please note the shaft visit will be cleared out no later than 11:30am.
11:00 – 12:00
Drinks/light refreshments in RE office.
This will provide an opportunity for Q&A session, if needed.
Change out of PPE and adjourn.