the water cycle - Canal de Isabel II Gestión

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the water cycle - Canal de Isabel II Gestión
THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
Sanitation | Reclaiming | Co-generation
THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
SANITATION
Sanitation management comprises the transport of wastewater through the urban sewage network to the wastewater treatment stations
(EDAR), its purification and its subsequent return to the rivers in optimum condition. For these purposes, Canal de Isabel II Gestión manages a
complex system comprising: municipal sanitation and sewage networks (collectors and emissaries), wastewater pumping stations, storm tanks
and wastewater treatment stations.
URBAN SEWAGE NETWORKS
The purpose of the urban sewage networks is to collect domestic and industrial wastewater and rainwater runoff for its subsequent transport to
treatment stations. The company is in charge of the maintenance of such municipal networks, comprising 11,148 km, in all municipalities with
which Canal de Isabel II Gestión has executed an agreement.
It also manages 751 km of collectors and emissaries, involving a grand total of 11,899 km of major conducts distributed throughout the Madrid
Region.
WASTEWATER PUMPING STATIONS
These facilities are necessary to elevate the waters where it is impossible to transpor them by the force of gravity.
Pumping stations
No. Municipal
stations
77
No. Non-Municipal
stations
48
Total no.
125
Installed capacity (kW/h)
Maximum elevation capacity (m3/h)
7320
30,000
STORM TANKS
The company currently manages 64 storm tanks and laminators, whose purpose is to prevent flooding and spillage to the rivers. These facilities
allow to retain up to 1.46 million cubic metres of the first rainwater, the most polluting.
Storms tanks and laminators
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Total no.
Volume (m3)
63
1.462.000
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THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
PURIFICATION
Canal de Isabel II Gestión is in charge of wastewater purification for the whole of the Madrid Region. For this purpose, it has 154 wastewater treatment
stations, with a nominal treatment capacity exceeding the equivalent of 17 million persons.
The construction, exploitation and maintenance of wastewater treatment stations require plentiful technical, human and economic resources. The
Madrid Region is currently one of the few regions able to assert that it purifies 100% of its wastewater.
Alberche River Basin
EDAR
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Aldea del Fresno
1989
6000
Cadalso de los Vidrios
2003
7000
Cenicientos
2003
10,000
Navas del Rey
1986
5000
Picadas
1987
19,500
Rozas de Puerto Real
2003
4100
San Martín de Valdeiglesias Nordeste
2003
5000
San Martín de Valdeiglesias Norte
2003
2000
Villa del Prado
2001
12,400
Aulencia River Basin
EDAR
3
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Colmenarejo Oeste
2004
14.000
El Paraíso
1991
1.500
Los Escoriales
1986/2000
75.000
Villanueva de la Cañada
1992/2003
26.666
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THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
Cofio River Basin
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
La Estación
1993
2000
La Hoya
2003
136
La Paradilla
2003
151
Las Herreras
2003
206
Robledo de Chavela
1993
20,000
Robledondo
1993
500
Santa María de la Alameda
1993
2000
Valmaqueda
1993
4000
EDAR
Guadalix River Basin
EDAR
Bustarviejo
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
1993
20,000
1979/1993
17,500
Miraflores
1992
20,000
Navalafuente
1996
6300
1990/2008
30,000
Guadalix de la Sierra
San Agustín del Guadalix
Guadarrama River Basin
EDAR
4
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Arroyo del Soto
1987/2000
604.800
Arroyo El Plantío
1988/2000
87.500
Batres
2005
2.000
Boadilla
2002
80.000
Colmenarejo Este
2003
5.000
El Chaparral
1988
60.000
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THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
Guadarrama River Basin (continuation)
EDAR
El Endrinal
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
1987
165.400
1988/2002
87.500
Guadarrama Medio
1993
70.000
La Reguera
2008
272.210
1993/2001
70.000
Serranillos del Valle
2005
7.000
Villaviciosa de Odón
2002
80.000
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Galapagar-Torrelodones
Navalcarnero
Guatén River Basin
EDAR
Guatén
2004
49,883
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Henares River Basin
EDAR
5
Alcalá Este
1987
103,300
Alcalá Oeste
1989/2000
374,090
Los Santos de la Humosa
2003
3000
Meco
2010
58,686
Ribatejada-Fresno
2003
10,000
Valdeavero
2004
4000
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THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
Jarama River Basin
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
1988/2000
43,800
2010
40,000
Arroyo de la Vega
1986/2009
541,667
Arroyo Quiñones
2012
172,500
Cabanillas
1988
1100
Campo Real
2003
6000
EDAR
Algete
Aranjuez Norte
Casaquemada
1987/2000
505,750
Cobeña
2010
10,000
El Espartal
2012
466
El Vellón, El Molar y Pedrezuela
2002
12,000
Fuente El Saz
1992
40,000
La Cabrera
1988/2008
6000
La Poveda
1987/1994
100,000
Las Rejas
1977/2000
685,000
Molar Sur
1993
5000
Patones
1993
700
Pozuelo del Rey
2004
1000
Redueña
1988
106
Soto-Gutiérrez
119,170
Talamanca
1994
6000
Titulcia
2005
1300
Torrejón de Ardoz
2009
450,000
Torrelaguna
1988/2008
6000
Torremocha
1987
1750
Torres de la Alameda
2015
6,000
Tres Cantos
1988/1991
44,000
Valdebebas
1982/2000
259,200
Valdepiélagos
6
1991/2002
1988
750
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THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
Jarama River Basin (continuation)
EDAR
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Valderrey
2003
500
Valdetorres
1994
7350
Velilla de San Antonio
1996/2008
123,000
Venturada
1988/2005
5356
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Lozoya River Basin
EDAR
7
Aoslos
2004
400
Berzosa de Lozoya
2012
944
Cervera
1991
1000
Cincovillas
2004
200
Conjunta de Gascones
2004
4500
El Atazar
2004
400
El Berrueco
1991
1600
Gandullas
2004
600
Horcajo de la Sierra
2004
800
Horcajuelo de la Sierra
2004
600
La Hiruela
2004
400
Lozoyuela
2004
2640
Madarcos
2004
400
Manjirón
2004
800
Montejo de la Sierra
2004
1200
Navarredonda
2004
600
Navas de Buitrago
2004
205
Paredes de Buitrago
2004
400
Pinilla
1987
7500
Pinilla de Buitrago
2004
400
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THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
Lozoya River Basin (continuation)
EDAR
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Piñuécar
2004
600
Prádena del Rincón
2004
800
Puebla de la Sierra
2004
926
Puentes Viejas
1987
6300
Riosequillo
1990
14,083
Robledillo de la Jara
2012
1081
Robregordo
2004
800
San Mamés
2004
600
Serrada de la Fuente
2004
400
Sieteiglesias
2003
550
Somosierra
2004
400
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Academia de Ingenieros
1997
1.750
Arroyo Culebro Cuenca Baja
2008
1.353.600
Arroyo Culebro Cuenca Media Alta
2007
1.224.720
Butarque
1983
1.612.800
Hoyo de Manzanares
1986
9.000
La China
1932
1.335.000
La Gavia
2008
1.353.600
La Mina
1997
4.167
Las Matas-Peñascales
1993
10.000
Las Rozas
1992/2008
21.000
Navarrosillos
1987/2008
113.333
Manzanares River Basin
EDAR
8
Patentes Talgo
2002
1.000
Santillana
1988
86.390
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THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
Manzanares River Basin (continuation)
EDAR
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Sur
1983
2.937.600
Sur Oriental
1983
288.000
1983/2001
700.000
Viveros de la Villa
Perales River Basin
EDAR
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Chapinería
2004
4.000
Colmenar del Arroyo
2004
4.000
Fresnedillas de la Oliva
2004
4.000
Navalagamella
2004
4.000
Peralejo
1998
240
Pinosol
2000
1.296
Quijorna
2011
12.548
Sevilla la Nueva
2004
6.000
1993/2004
13.000
Villamanta
2004
4.000
Villamantilla
2002
4.600
Zarzalejo
2003
12.708
Valdemorillo
Tajo River Basin
EDAR
Aranjuez
Year of commissioning
1989/2000
Population equivalent -Design
157.500
Brea de Tajo
2003
2.000
Colmenar de Oreja
2004
5.500
Estremera
2003
3.000
Fuentidueña de Tajo
2004
5.000
Villaconejos
2000
4.000
Villamanrique de Tajo
2004
1.000
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THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
Tajuña River Basin
EDAR
Year of commissioning
Population equivalent -Design
Belmonte del Tajo
2004
1600
Carabaña
2003
6200
Chinchón
2004
15,260
Conjunta de Ambite
2004
18,412
Morata de Tajuña
2005
12,000
Orusco de Tajuña
2004
3300
Perales de Tajuña y Tielmes
2004
13,200
Pezuela de las Torres
2004
2000
Valdaracete
2004
700
Valdelaguna
2004
3750
Valdilecha
2003
6500
Villarejo de Salvanés
2004
10,000
QUALITY-CONTROL OF PURIFIED WATER
The company has a purified water laboratory, which places us in the vanguard of analysis techniques used to monitor the water sanitation process.
The commissioning of the new laboratory has doubled our ability to control the quality of water purified in the Madrid Region, with an average of seven
analyses per hour.
The new laboratory allows an extension of this practice to control the quality of effluents purified in wastewater treatment stations (EDAR) and to monitor the quality of reclaimed water destined to the watering of green spaces.
This laboratory is certified by ENAC to determine pH, conductivity, turbidity, free and total chlorine and suspended solids in reclaimed waters and also
pH, conductivity, turbidity, suspended solids, DQO and DBO5 in wastewater.
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THE WATER CYCLE
SANITATION
RECLAIMED WATER
In order to achieve the objective to reuse purified water set by Madrid’s Dpura scheme, 29 reclaimed water production facilities have been built,
together with the city countil of Madrid, and Canal Gestion manages now more than 347 km of specific networks to facilitate its distribution to
water public green spaces, hosing down of streets and industrial uses. Further, the company is currently responsible for the water reuse system
of the city of Madrid, where it counts with specific areas and distribution infrastructure for the refill of cleaning and watering vehicles with
reclaimed water.
CO-GENERATION
The company owns certain facilities which, synergistically with the sanitation processes, allow generating renewable energy, using the sub
products of the different processes for energy and the co-generation of electricity.
For these purposes, it owns 11 electricity generation plants fuelled by biogas produced in the wastewater treatment facilities’ processes, a cogeneration plant associated with the thermal drying process applied to mud and with small changes of height in wastewater.
As a result, Canal de Isabel II Gestión has the greatest stored capacity for the production of electrical energy of any company within the Madrid
Region (a total of 82.05 megawatts).
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