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Waste-to-Energy Project - Phase 1
The project involves development of a Waste-to-Energy project with capacity of not less than 2,000 tons per day adopting the most economically advantageous tender (MEAT), will be located at Warsan District 2 in Dubai, on a site beside the landfill site. Scope of work involves design, engineering, procurement, construction, testing and commissioning of the Waste-to-Energy (WtE) facility. Detailed information concerning the complete scope of works will be set out in the RFP. The RFQ is intended to provide only an overview of the anticipated scope of works. The required scope of works will be finalized in the forthcoming RFP. The anticipated scope of works shall include following key elements: - Design of the WtE facility and its associated interconnections like CHP (Combined Heat and Power), utilities, including electricity, water and waste water treatment infrastructure; - Engineering, procurement and construction of the WtE facility and its associated interconnections to electricity, water and waste water treatment infrastructure; - Commissioning and testing of the WtE facility to meet all performance guarantees, including environmental permit conditions and electrical power output. The RFP will set out the functional requirements and technical specifications as well as the basic architectural concept. The scope also includes all main disciplines, including complete design, P&ID, Electrical, Civil, Architectural (buildings), Structural (buildings and process facilities), MEP - Buildings (Water, Drainage, Fire protection, HVAC, Compressed air), ELV - Fire Alarm etc. Works include proper interfacing/integrating with the existing utilities, facilities and roads and other utilities. Road interfaces shall be carefully worked in order to avoid any drainage issues. In addition to the above, the scope also includes processing and obtaining all requisite permits and approvals required for the implementation and execution of works, from all authorities having jurisdiction. The construction contract will include a provisional option for 3 years of operation, extendable by 2 years and maintenance (O&M) of the entire STP facility (both phases). The plant was scheduled to be up and running by 2017, generating enough power for 20,000 households in Abu Dhabi as well as cutting greenhouse gases. This will provide more land plots that are currently being used to store waste, in addition to protecting the environment from methane emitted by landfills. It is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by more than one million ton per year.