Work to be carried out in pipe replacement
Supply of water treatment systems through membrane filtration with reverse osmosis for water supply in the residential area of Puerto Aventuras.
DEALING WITH WATER DESALINATION AND REUSE ARE VITAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE FACE OF THE SCARCITY OF THIS PRECIOUS RESOURCE OR LIMITED ACCESS TO IT. AT THE SAME TIME, THEY EMERGE AS THE BEST BET FOR THE IMMINENT FUTURE OF A PLANET THAT REQUIRES DRASTIC SOLUTIONS TO HARMONIZE TOMORROW.
For this reason, three reverse osmosis units will be installed to supply water in the residential area of Puerto Aventuras. Additionally, the replacement of all pipes distributing this water resource will be carried out in phases, complying with applicable regulations in both the water distribution network replacement and reverse osmosis fields. This will be achieved through the integration of desalination technologies, water and effluent treatment, ensuring access to water and social well-being. The project is estimated to be completed within a three-year period, implementing it in a modular fashion to cause minimal inconvenience to users. The installation of purified water dispensers at specific points throughout the development is also considered, allowing all users, including pets, to access quality water in common areas.
For the Execution of the Work entitled: Pipe Replacement, the procedure for the project work will be as follows:
• Street Cutting
• Excavation with Equipment
• Installation of Pipes and
• Replacement of Concrete
Adhering to the guidelines established in the current standards (NOM-013-CONAGUA-2000. Drinking Water Distribution Networks – Tightness Specifications and Test Methods), where it is mentioned:
The distribution network is the part of a Water Supply System composed of feeding pipe(s), circuits, open lines, and accessories installed in the streets of the localities. It is through this network that water is delivered to household connections for distribution to users. Its proper functioning depends on a suitable design, careful selection of materials, skilled labor for installation, strict adherence to construction specifications, proper supervision of construction execution, and efficient operation and maintenance.
The lack of attention to the aforementioned aspects results in the lack of tightness in the distribution networks, which can lead to leaks and the introduction of other fluids into the water distribution pipelines, such as hydrocarbons, oils, greases, and wastewater, among others. This contamination compromises the quality of the water distributed to the service users.
To prevent sinkholes in the excavations of the trenches, the following procedure will be followed.
This investment focuses on pillars of environmental respect and sustainability, providing direct benefits to users. Reverse osmosis stands out as one of the most effective ways to remove water contaminants, such as chemicals, bacteria, and pathogenic microorganisms that could cause diseases. These benefits encompass both quantitative and qualitative aspects:
USEFUL LIFE OF:
CHAIN OF GREEN H2 VALUE
APPLICATIONS OF GREEN H2
PHASES OF THE PROJECT
A desalination plant with an installed capacity of 1,000 m3/day of brackish water will be installed, scalable up to an additional 25% of its installed capacity. It will be supplied with well water with the goal of obtaining water that complies with the Mexican Official Standard NOM 127-SSA-1. Regarding the distribution of potable water, the rehabilitation of pipelines in plan 3 will commence, and inspections will be carried out to determine the need for rehabilitation of the pipelines in plan 4.
Another desalination plant with an installed capacity of 1,200 m3/day of brackish water will be installed, with the possibility of expanding up to an additional 25% of its installed capacity. The desalination plant will be supplied with well water to meet the standards of NOM 127-SSA-1. Concerning the distribution of potable water, the rehabilitation of pipelines in plans 1 and 2 will be initiated.
A desalination plant with an installed capacity of 200 m3/day of brackish water will be installed, with the possibility of scaling up to an additional 25% of its installed capacity. The desalination plant will be supplied with well water to ensure compliance with the Mexican Official Standard NOM 127-SSA-1. Regarding the distribution of potable water, the rehabilitation of pipelines corresponding to plan 6 will begin.
In case of an increase in water demand due to higher housing density, the installed capacity in this plan will be expanded by an additional 1,000 m3/day of brackish water, ensuring that the obtained water complies with the Mexican Official Standard NOM 127-SSA-1 for human consumption.
*These consumptions may vary according to the complex’s requirements and can be projected on an annual basis.
THANK YOU because indirectly you are supporting PROYECTO AZUL, as a portion of the profits will go to support water projects for places that lack this water resource.