Mr. Abdulrasheed Jaffar

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Mr. Jaffar is holding post-graduate degree
(M.Tech.) in Environmental Science and
Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology,
Bombay, India, Bachelor degree in Chemical
Engineering from Osmania University, Hyderabad.
He has around 30 years of hands-on-experience in
the environmental field including monitoring,
regulations, audits, management systems,
Abdul Rasheed sustainability, permits, CDM etc.
S. Jaffar
Principle Env
Engineer,
SABIC EHSS
P. O. Box 11669; SABIC TECHNOLOGY CENTER;
JUBAIL 31961
Tel 03-359 9280; Fax 03-59 9292
GCC Advancements in Waste Reuse and Recycling
Abdulrasheed Jaffar, SABIC EHSS & GPCA IWSC Member
Dr. Ahmed M. Al Hazmi, SABIC EHSS & GPCA IWSC Chairman
AGENDA
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Introduction/Charter
GCC Data Evaluation
Findings
SABIC Data Evaluation
SABIC Sustainability Program
SABIC Success Stories
Summary and Conclusion
Introduction/Charter
GCC Data Evaluation
MEMBERS FROM PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES
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KSA
UAE
BAHRAIN
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KUWAIT
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OMAN
QATAR
Total Waste Generation Among Participating Companies from GCC
KSA: SABIC, Jana, Tasnee, SharaPCC,
NatPet, Farabi, AdvancedPetrochem
UAE: 0.37%
Oman: 0.95%
Qatar: QAPCO, QCHEM, RLOC, QVC
Bahrain: 0.08%
Kuwait: Equate, PIC
Oman: ORPIC
Kuwait: 1.56%
UAE: Borouge, Fertil
Bahrain: GPIC
Qatar: 4.5%
KSA: 92.57%
Waste Disposal Route
Flaring, 2%
Incineration, 24%
Disposal/Evaporation,
19%
Reuse/Recycle, 40%
Disposal/Landfill, 15%
Waste Categories
1- POLYMERS
2- FERTILIZERS
3- OLEFINS
4- CHEMICALS 1
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• Ammonia
• Urea
• Phosphate
Fertilizers
• Urea
Formaldehyde
• Composite
Fertilizers
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PE
PP
LDPE
HDPE
PET
PDH
PVC
PS
PC
Ethylene
Propylene
Butene
Butadiene
5- CHEMICALS 2
6- GENERAL
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• All plant activities
such as workshop,
maintenance,
clinic, etc.
MTBE
Methanol
Glycols
Paraffins
Aromatics
VCM
Styrene
Acids
Phenol
Chlrine
EDC
DOP
2-EH
Waste Generation By Categories
50.00%
44.68%
45.00%
40.00%
35.00%
30.00%
26.17%
25.00%
20.00%
17.37%
15.00%
10.00%
5.00%
6.71%
3.72%
1.34%
0.00%
Fertilizers
Polymers
Chemicals-1
Chemicals-2
Olefins
General (Utilities &
Other)
Disposal Route of POLYMERS
19%
14%
Reuse/Recycle
67%
Disposal/Landfil
Incineration
Disposal Route of Fertilizers
5%
1%
2%
Reuse/Recycle
Disposal/Landfill
Disposal/Evaporation
Incineration
92%
Disposal Route of OLEFINS Waste
13%
22%
Incineration
65%
Reuse/Recycle
Disposal/Landfil
Disposal Route of Chemicals 1 Waste
19%
4%
Incineration
Reuse/Recycle
77%
Disposal/Landfil
Disposal Route CHEMICALS 2 Waste
16%
7%
Disposal/Evaporation
19%
58%
Incineration
Reuse/Recycle
Disposal/Landfil
Disposal Route of GENERAL (UTILITY) Waste
7%
6%
21%
Reuse/Recycle
Disposal/Evaporation
66%
Disposal/Landfil
Incineration
Findings
Some of the findings of the GCC
Waste data evaluation Process
• Varying classification of waste
• Varying treatment methodology for similar waste
(Spent Caustic, Coke, Heavy oils, spent batteries, etc)
• Recycleble materials are disposed
SABIC Data Evaluation
SABIC OLEFINS PROCESS WASTE DATA : Individual waste stream evaluation
1.9%
1.7%
7.4%
22.1%
15.5%
Coke Waste
Pyrolisis Waste
HC/Oily Sludge
Spent Caustic
Oily Wastewater
Other
51.36%
SABIC - OLEFINS PROCESS WASTE DATA EVALUATION
2.30%
31%
Hazardous Waste
69%
Solids
51.60%
Non-Hazardous
Waste
46.10%
Sludhe
Liquid Waste
Disposal Route
10%
Incineration
26%
Reuse/Recycle
Landfill/disposal
63%
SABIC - GENERAL WASTE DATA EVALUATION
0.10%
7.45%
11.37%
19.94%
Liquids
Hazardous Waste
Solids
Non-Hazardous Waste
Sludge
Inert
72.60%
88.53%
Disposal Route
6.24%
21.55%
Reuse/Recycle
42.07%
Disposal/Landfil
Incineration
Evaporation
30.15%
SABIC Sustainability Program
SABIC Sustainability Program
Formal Sustainability Program Launched in 2010
Established 2010 as the base year
Environmental Sustainability contains 4 KPIs
Material Loss is one of the KPI
Performance target of the Material Loss reduction is 50% by 2025
SABIC Sustainability Program
Material Loss KPI included the following Waste streams:
Hazardous
Wastes
Point Source
Emissions
Non-Hazardous
Wastes
Fugitive
Emissions
Spills and
Releases
Process Material
to Water
Storage Tank
Losses
SABIC Success Stories
SABIC Success Stories
SABIC strongly adopted Reuse and Recycling where applicable as part of
its Sustainability Journey.
Key programs include:
 Recycle/Reuse waste generated for HEG
 Recovery of metals from spent catalysts
 Reuse Anisole for different applications
 Working to convert materials from hazardous to non-hazardous
 PFO recovery and Recycle
 Waste / Spent Lube oils
 PE solid & sludge waste category
 Process CO2 vent gas recovery
 Coke Reuse in another SABIC Process
Summary and Conclusion
Summary and Conclusion
1. GCC company members, including SABIC, have very good waste
management program.
2. The Average percentage for Reuse/Recycle is more than 40%, wherein
General (Utility) contributed more than 60%.
3. Sharing the best practices among member companies is very useful.
4. Areas for Recycling and Reuse need to be explored for certain types of
waste.
5. Disposal methods should be reviewed, where necessary and where
applicable.
6. Minimization will be a result of good waste management.
Acknowledgement
• Would like to thank SABIC Management for giving this opportunity
to work with the GPCA Task Force
• Thanks to the GPCA management for initiating the Industrial Waste
Management Taskforce that will benefit all the member companies
in practicing best of class waste management
• Thanks to the Chairman and the members of the IWSC Task Force for
their cooperation and sharing of knowledge.
• Thanks to the RC for their encouragement and support in promoting
waste reduction programs
THANK YOU

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