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Next Level of Water Re-use« New challenges demanding new solutions »Finn Skov NielsenSales Manager, Industry DKDir: 45 8746 3323Mob: 45 2023 3499E-mail: FIN@kruger.dkDate:

Krüger - VeoliaWater treatment from A to ZWe act as Consultants Contractors SuppliersWe provide Design Processes Technologies Standard Components Service and operation Complete solutions2

Water Re-useWater ScarcityLack of access to clean drinking waterNew challenges call for new solutionsWater Mapping: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Reclaim Water resources Water Fit for PurposeWIIXMappingTrue Cost of WaterPRESENTATION TITLE / SUBTITLE / DATEWater resources Tap Water Waste water Cow Water Rain water Others3

Nestlé, Lagos de Moreno, MexicoChallenge Reduce the Water Impact in the local areaCompany goal of reducing waterconsumption per ton of product by 40%,Nestlé’s objective was to create thecompany’s first “zero-water” dairymanufacturing site in the world.Requires 1.6 million liters of water a day the average daily consumption of 6,400people in Mexico.Waste Water TreatmentMBRROUVReuse 800 m3 per dayDischargePRESENTATION TITLE / SUBTITLE / DATE4

Nestlé, Lagos de Moreno, MexicoBenefits Maximising productive uptime Increased production mitigate risk of production disruption due toinsufficient water access Ensure access to sustainable resources Delivering CSR objectives Ensure license to grow thanks to a reliable water feedand decrease dependency on freshwater in a waterstress regionEnhance brand image and reputationPRESENTATION TITLE / SUBTITLE / DATE5

COOPERL, FranceSlaughterhouse with processing and by-product productionChallenge Cooperl water needs: 20 000 m3/week, 4 000 m3/day(5 days)Limited water supplyLimited Discharge to MWWTP

COOPERL, FranceSlaughterhouse with processing and by-product productionBenefits Reuse 10.000 m3/week50% Cooperl water needs

FreislandCampina, Alter BEChallenge Sustainable growth, Water reduction per amount of product (- 20%)Extension production - extra drinking water usage and waste waterEconomic reasons Increase drinking water cost, Increase local taxes (doubled last 10 years) groundwater extraction, Limitation existing pre-treatment, Limitation municipalWWTPLimitation:Waste Water TreatmentDAFMBRCow Water TreatmentROUVReuse 100 m3 per HDischargeReuse 50 m3 per H8

FreislandCampina, Alter BEBenefitsReduced operating costs: Estimated 2M savings per year; Incentives to reduce costsMaximising productive uptime: Supportplant expansion and guaranteed assetuptime to support productionHealth & Safety: Reduced risk relative towater withdrawalEnvironmental footprint: Showcase forsustainability; Water footprint reductionincentivesPRESENTATION TITLE / SUBTITLE / DATE9

Technologies for Water ReusePre-TreatmentMembrane Bio ReactorMore than 50 references fromfood process companies all overthe world including more than 10companies in EuropeReverse OsmosesDisinfectionPRESENTATION TITLE / SUBTITLE / DATE10

Presentation title / Chapter titleThanks for your attentionFinn Skov NielsenSales Manager, Industry DKDir: 45 8746 3323Mob: 45 2023 3499E-mail: FIN@kruger.dk

Water Re-use. PRESENTATION TITLE / SUBTITLE / DATE 3. Water Scarcity. Lack of access to clean drinking water. New challenges call for new solutions Water Mapping: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Reclaim Water resources Water Fit for Purpose Water resources Tap Water Waste water Cow Water Rain water Others WIIX Mapping True Cost of Water

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