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									      Industrial Ecology:
Paving the Way for Sustainability
         November 2006

The Strategic Influence of Industrial
             Symbiosis

                   Eur. Ing. Malcolm Bailey
            National Industrial Symbiosis
                     Programme
• June 2003
  –   No methodology
  –   No members
  –   9 practitioners
  –   3 pilot regions
  –   Limited RDA funding

      Make something
        happen!
             National Industrial Symbiosis
                      Programme
• June 2003                 • June 2006
  –   No methodology          – 5000 + companies
  –   No members              – 90+ practitioners
  –   9 practitioners         – 9 UK teams + Scotland,
  –   3 pilot regions           Wales, Northern
  –   Limited RDA funding       Ireland….first nationally
                                based IS programme in the
                                world
                              – 6 million GBP
      Make something          – Top ranking by DEFRA of
        happen!                 its 31 BREW funded
                                programmes
                       Industrial Symbiosis



                       Business Opportunity



Landfill ↓   Jobs ↑   New Business ↑      CO2 ↓         Sales ↑     Costs ↓



Learning ↑   Innovation ↑   Transport ↓   Pollution ↓      Asset Utilisation ↑
         Regional Economic Strategy
• In common with the Overall Aims of 900756 GHG Emission
  umbrella, the aims of the project are: -

• To move the region towards a low-carbon economy through
   – Diversification of the energy mix
   – Reduction in energy use (energy use, resource efficiency, sustainable
     construction)

• To demonstrate that through a ‘sustainable development’
  approach, the greenhouse gas target is not a barrier to
  economic development and regeneration. Rather, to showcase
  the greenhouse gas target as a
   – driver for innovation, new partnerships and ways of working.
   – catalyst for the region to develop and implement new technologies
   – a measure of our relative success in delivering sustainable economic
     development and regeneration of the region. [aim one]
- Programme developed in the Humber region.
- Excellent political connections with North
                                                       Humber Region
Lincolnshire Council, North-East Lincolnshire
Council and the East Riding of Yorkshire

Priorities in the Humber
a)     To develop recycling routes for the
considerable quantities of inorganic material and
maintain a sustainability and competitive advantage
in the food industry.

b)      To contribute to the strategic objectives on
the South Humber Bank, the full utilisation of the
utility capacity offered by Immingham CHP

c)    Add value to the inward investment
programme
Case Study 3: Development
of the South Humber Bank




                            •South Humber Bank Development
                                –Includes Europe’s largest CHP
                                750MW
                                –DTI support
The Assets
The Water Networks
The Proposal
Analysis
                                                                                                             1800
Principal Analyses
                                                                                                             1600
Ammonia - as N
                                                                                                             1400
                                                                                                                                                                             Instantaneous Flow (litres / second)
BOD ATU as O2

COD - as O2                                                                                                  1200

Suspended solids @105°C                                                                                      1000
General Properties                                                                                                800
Temperature
                                                                                                                  600
pH
                                                                                                                  400
Salts
                                                                                                                  200
Chloride ion - as Cl
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Trace Organics

Pentachlorophenol
                                               15
                                  BOD5
Trichloromethane {chloroform}
                                 (mg / l)
Trace Metals                                   10

Arsenic – as As
                                                   5
Cadmium - as Cd

Chromium - as Cr
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Copper – as Cu
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Lead – as Pb                                                                                                                Data Source                                              Litres / sec                     m3/sec                   m3/day                 Million
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Mercury – as Hg
                                                                                                                                Date
Zinc – as Zn

                                                                                                                            Nameplate                                                     934                         0.934                    80,698                     29.5

                                                                                                                            Dry weather consent                                           340                         0.34                     29,420                     10.7

                                                                                                                            Mean of instantaneous                                         622                         0.622                    53,741                     19.6
                                                   The Analysis                                                             Data 1
                                                                                                                            Mean of instantaneous                                         576                         0.576                    49,766                     18.2
                                                                                                                            Data 2
The Outcome
IS as the vehicle for collaboration
 - non partisan
-technically competent

Regional Government
Local government
Private sector




                            The Players
     …supply chain development


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• Cement / Brick Industry
   – Seek
      • calcium,
      • iron,
      • aluminium
      • silica
• Food & Beverage
   – Diatomaceous earth
   – Spent filter clays
      • Fullers Earth
Resource issues have developed …
……to reflect the economic make-up of the region

                                Plastics


  Food & Agriculture                                 Chemicals




   Metals                                                 Inorganics




                Energy &
                                           Metals Rich Wastes
            Alternative Fuels
Food & Agriculture              Chemicals




                     Synergy patterns
                     are the basis for
                      strategic rather
                        than tactical
                          delivery

      Inorganics




                                                Energy &
                                            Alternative Fuels
                   A Strategic Future…
                                                          Supply Chain
                                                            Options
                                               Plastics
Non Food Crops                                                                          Northern Way
                 Food & Agriculture                                   Chemicals




                                                                                         Sustainable
WEEE Delivery
                                                                                         Construction
                  Metals                                                   Inorganics



        Biofuels                                                                 Regional Metal
      and biomass              Energy &                                            Recovery
                                                            Metals Rich Wastes
                           Alternative Fuels
  Case Study 4: Biorefinery
•Development of the Bio-refinery
Concept using Glycerine a platform
molecule.
    –1 of 10 key platform molecules: US
    dept energy.
    –Green feedstock + green chemistry
        •Development of future chemical and
                                                  •Key Parties
        pharma industries
        •Improved the economics of the biofuels       –Green Chemistry – York University
        sector.
                                                      –National Non-Food Crop Centre
                                                      –Biodiesel Supply Chain
                   A Strategic Future…
                                                          Supply Chain
                                                            Options
                                               Plastics
Non Food Crops                                                                          Northern Way
                 Food & Agriculture                                   Chemicals

                            In response to the Regional Economic
                               Strategy….‘Industrial Symbiosis’
                            promotes economic development and
                           regeneration…and is a showcase in the
WEEE Delivery
                           delivery of greenhouse gas (and other)                        Sustainable
                                          targets…..                                     Construction
                  Metals                                                   Inorganics



        Biofuels                                                                 Regional Metal
      and biomass              Energy &                                            Recovery
                                                            Metals Rich Wastes
                           Alternative Fuels
                   Key Features
• Business Led
   – Economic Benefits pulls through environmental and social
     benefits
• Bottom Up Approach
   – Do something NOW
   – Initially tactical Company A trades with Company B
   – Resource mapping regionally and nationally
• Strategic Contributions
   – Inward Investment
   – Regional Biofuels strategy
   – Regional zinc recovery project
• UK is one large industrial park
• Key Success Factors
   – Talk business when talking to businesses
   – Buy in from businesses at the beginning
      • Not Consultancy
      • People we have discussions are the experts in their industry
      • No back-selling of ideas

• Confidence, deliver early successes, even if small to gain buy in.
  Develop trust, build relationships.

• Providing space in a busy world…Industrial Symbiosis has been
  going on along as industry….its just good business ….the
  programme is an encourager, promoter of good practice and a
  catalyst
 NISP achievements in 2005/6 to date




Total Cost Savings to Industry £145 Million
Total Additional Sales for Industry £65 Million
Total Diversion from Landfill 1.5 million tonnes
Including 290,000 te hazardous waste
Total Carbon Dioxide Reduction 1.2 million tonnes
Saved 330,000 m3 industrial water
Total Jobs Created 342
Total Jobs Safeguarded 248
Created 15 new businesses

								
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