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020318_Hurghada SECAP_FINAL Industry Industry Hurghada is a city with very few industrial activities. Consumption was directly provided for electricity. Other consumptions are calculated using ratios from national data. Value provided Method Final value Electricity 2,247 MWh/y Primary data 2,247 MWh/y Natural gas Not provided 9,054 MWh/y Liquid gas Not provided 18 MWh/y Diesel and gasoline Not provided 2,375 MWh/y Ratio from national data Coal Not provided 142 MWh/y Other Not provided 1,684 MWh/y Transport Non-energetic emissions have not been considered in the BEI Gasoline and diesel data on the Governorate’s (Municipal) fleet fuel consumption was provided by the Governorate’s services and was considered consistent. Volume Energy equivalent Gasoline 29,395 litres/year 270 MWh/year Diesel 157,582 litres/year 1,503 MWh/year Total consumptions of gasoline and fuel were provided by the Governorate of Red Sea and were considered consistent. Volume Energy equivalent Gasoline 70,842,600 litres/year 399,902 MWh/year Diesel 94,509,000 litres/year 901,212 MWh/year - Refrigerant leakages of vehicles have not been considered in the BEI. Waste and water management Waste management The Governorate of the Red Sea provided water and waste data. Electricity and Diesel consumptions for waste treatment and transport were provided and considered consistent. Water and waste data was provided by Hurghada Environmental Protection and Conservation Association (HEPCA), which is coordinated by and managed under the Governorate of Red Sea. We used the IPCC Waste Model Tool (ref. LUX_WWM1) to calculate the emissions of solid waste treatment using the following hypothesis and data. 28

Volume Energy equivalent Diesel consumption of Waste Transport 525,333 litres/year 5,009 MWh/year Gasoline consumption of Waste Transport 18,857 litres/year 173 MWh/year Diesel consumption in Waste Treatment 6,879 litres/year 66 MWh/year Electricity consumption in Waste Treatment 2,132 MWh/year The amount of solid waste collected excluding tourist waste reaches 38,857.14 tons/year (according to HEPCA services). Regarding composition of waste, the Governorate of Red Sea was applied to estimate tons of organic waste, paper and cardboard and other domestic waste. Regarding the composition of this waste, the Governorate of Red Sea estimated the tons of organic waste, paper and cardboard and other domestic waste. TABLE 2: TOTAL WASTE IN THE CITY OF HURGHADA (2015) Type of waste Percentage of total (%) Organic waste 31.90 % Plastic paper 19.40 % Cardboard 18.24 % Non-organic 12.25 % Glass 5.32 % Paper 2.96 % Metal Cans 2.27 % Plastic 4.00 % Metal 2.21% Other 1.76% Because of the lack of historical data, the ratio of waste production per capita, and waste composition are thought to be stable. - In the city of Hurghada, all the waste is going to landfill without methane capture. - The IPCC default value are used for DOC and Methane generation rate constant (k) Water management Electricity and Diesel consumption for water management is provided by the Governorate of Red Sea (2015), 2,386 MWh and 66 MWh respectively. These values were considered consistent and supposed to include pumping, distribution and energy used for wastewater treatment. For non-energetic emissions quantity of treated wastewater was provided: 11,520 M 3 /day, the emission factor for waste water treatment of Base Carbon method is applied (0,262 KeqCO2/m 3 ). 29

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