Resource Recovery Program Overview

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Resource Recovery Program Overview
Services of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Wastewater Enterprise
Resource Recovery
Karri Ving
Resource Recovery
and Pollution Prevention Manager
August 16th, 2016
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R2 Definition and Purpose
SFPUC Mission
To provide our customers with high quality, efficient, and reliable
water, power, and sewer services in a manner that is inclusive of
environmental and community interests and sustains the
resources entrusted to our care”
R2 Round Table
Wastewater
Enterprise
Round Table Role
Collection System
Division
Wastewater
Engineering
Power
Operations
Finance
Maintenance
Community
Benefits
Administration
Strategic Programs
Water
•
Governing board for
innovation
•
Review, provide feedback,
and approve decision and
deliverables
•
Contributes to development
of R2 framework
R2 Framework
Innovation Track
• Transparent and available process for document innovative ideas
from within WWE and allocating resources to advance innovation
Collaboration Track
• A tracking tool developed for inter-agency sharing of external
collaborations within local, state and national consortia and
agencies
• Fostering academic partnerships and research to advance resource
recovery initiatives
Integration Track
• A tool for reconciling strategic plans, operating and capital budgets
to ensure R2 program objectives meet long and short term planning
efforts
Subject Matter Experts
• WWE designees who provide input and staff recommendations on
proposed emerging technologies, practices or partnerships in their
field of expertise
Innovation Platform
Conferences
Regional Organizations
WWE staff
completes Topic
Card and sends to
R2 staff
R2 staff reviews Topic
Card, uploads in R2
Library and emails WWE
staff a summary email
and link to SharePoint R2
Library
R2 staff and Subject
Matter Expert conduct
Topic prioritization and
develop ranked list of
Topic Cards to present to
Roundtable
Roundtable reviews,
comments on, and
approves Topic Card
rankings
No
Is topic ranked
“medium” or “high”?
Yes
Vendor Presentations /
Brownbags
Roundtable identifies
Project Coordinator and
Project Mentor for each
Topic Team
R2 staff distributes a
quarterly resource
recovery newsletter to
WWE staff highlighting
active project updates,
newly ranked topic cards,
new studies and featured
projects
Engineering assigns a
Project Engineer to each
Topic Team
Document and
monitor in R2
Library
Topic Team completes
Topic Assessment with
R2 staff support
External
Collaboration
Annual
Management
Review
Project Manager
updates R2 staff and
Roundtable
quarterly
Topic Team submits
Project Proposal into
Workflow where,
once approved, a
Project Manager is
assigned
Director of
Engineering debriefs
WWE Management
on recommended
project proposals
Internal Pilot
Implementation
Roundtable
determines
appropriate course of
action
Topic Team reports out
on Topic Assessment to
Roundtable with
recommendations on
ideal course of action
R2 staff monitors
annually or
obtains more info
Integration
Academic Collaboration
Subject Matter Teams
Topic Prioritization Process
Case Studies
• Gas Turbine with Oxidizer
• Biosolids Conversion to Liquid Fertilizer
• In-Vessel Biodryer
Gas Turbine w/ Oxidizer
In-Vessel Biodryer
Biosolids to Fertilizer
Moving Forward
3-year R2 Roadmap
Resource Categories
Water
Nutrients
Biosolids
Biogas
Optimization
Photo curtesy of the National Science Foundation
Services of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Thank You
Karri Ving
[email protected]
(415) 695-7366
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