SCIP SITA Waste Services Co., Ltd.

Established in 2003, SCIP SITA Waste Services Company Ltd. (SCIP SITA) was jointly built by SCIP Development Company, SITA WASTE SERVICES (the waste management branch of French group – SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT) and NWS Holdings Limited(HK)with a total investment of 575 million RMB. The company is located in the Southwest end of Shanghai, backed by Shanghai, facing Hangzhou Bay, with good harbor of East China Sea on the left and neighboring the Sea-Crossing Bridge on the right. In addition to the ideal economic and social environment and exceptional traffic and natural conditions of Shanghai, the world class environmental waste treatment techniques of SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT and the substantial supports provided by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Shanghai Government have more than doubled the comprehensive advantages of SCIP SITA to make significant contributions to protecting the environment of Shanghai and keeping down the green gas emission.

SCIP SITA Waste Services was officially put into operation in 2006, and the two lines of large-scale hazardous waste incineration plant designed to be operated in the first phase have an annual treatment capacity of 60,000 tons. By adopting the world class environmental waste treatment techniques owned by SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT, the comprehensive services provided by the company to a wide array of industrial customers include the packaging, transfer, transportation, analysis and treatment of an extensive range of industrial wastes as listed in the National Hazardous Wastes Catalogue. The company is always devoted itself to assisting its customers in completing their own environmental protection objects, reducing the risk and responsibility of its customers caused by the generation of industrial wastes and promoting the environmental image of its customers.

The company provides 24-hour continuous, safe and reliable operation service. It not only strictly abides by national industry standard, but also operates according to rigorous EU standards in terms of air emissions. Equipped with 24-hour on-line monitoring system, the plant receives a real-time supervision from Shanghai Environment Protection Bureau by connected with them on-line.

From its establishment up to the present, SCIP SITA has always been among the leaders of this field in China.


Shanghai Chemical Industry Park

Sino French Water Development Company Limited

 With an area of 29.4 km2, SCIP is one of the most heavily invested in industrial projects in China’s 10th Five-Year Plan. As one of six industrial production bases in Shanghai, SCIP’s goal is to become a world-class petrochemical park and model exponent of China’s circular economy. In 2002, Sino French Water (a subsidiary of SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT in China) partnered with SCIP Development Company Limited and SCIP Investment Company Limited to form Shanghai Chemical Industry Park Sino French Water Development Company Limited. This joint venture (JV) is exclusively dedicated to providing water and wastewater treatment services to the industrial park.

Up to now, the company’s wastewater treatment capacity reaches 50,000 m3/d, with CODcr load 30 tons/d. Its industrial water supply capacity reaches: 200,000 m3/d. It also provides 7,000 m3 domestic water and 3600 m3 demineralized water to the park every day.

The company’s Wastewater Treatment Plant consists of several aerobic treatment lines and an anaerobic pretreatment unit. The odor is under serious control. Each inlet is equipped with online toxicity meters, for real time monitoring of the biological toxicity of the wastewater. The plant also has a 15,000 m3 emergency storage capacity for off-spec wastewater. This is used in the event of an accident during production. The storage facility also eliminates pollution load fluctuation from the treatment process. The plant’s treated wastewater meets national emission standards and its discharge point is connected to Shanghai’s Environmental Protection Bureau’s online monitoring system. The Demineralized Water Plant can reuse treated wastewater as raw water for the production of demineralized water. This results in decreased WWTP discharge volume and better circular economy.

Furthermore, partnered with SCIP, Tongji University and East China University of Science and Technology (ECUS), the company established China’s first R&D organization dedicated to the research of industrial water and wastewater treatment. The research center has got six patents so far, three of which are the Patent of Invention. To promote circular economy, SWRc is working on two projects: one focused on using wetland to treat wastewater; the other on ways to reuse water.


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