As he tries to achieve his aim of doubling the potential of mining and reviving their revival by 2028, the PRO group is only to rely on waste water. which was freed to achieve its goal.
It cannot provide a PGDE without water. A great deal, of course, is required in all connections in its value sequence: removal of phosphates, healing and rehabilitation. At this time the group uses 0.3% of its ordinary or underground land base to undertake its active activity. By 2028, it aims to reduce the rate of freshwater to 0%, based on the rounded economy program, created in 2018. Necessary reduction, as the organization operates t wants to double output. and to remove its business regeneration potential, by 2028, provided by the organisation's industrial change strategy.
As part of the meeting with the PRO's programmed economy economy team, on Thursday, 21 March in Casablanca, the issue of what is being done to achieve this aim was discussed. To reach the standard of water usage, two routes are used. The first aim is to make the best use of the group's value, run waters from the mine to the complex, through the phosphate transport. The second is the use of unconventional waters.
Regarding impact at mining level, it is done at the washing stage. " We make sure that washing clothes is a closed walk Tell us of Benjelloun, the head of the water program at the PRO's visiting economy program for us. This journey saves up to 80% of your water, and is recycled.
Along the way, the pipeline, carrying a phosphate over 100 km, saves nearly 3 million cubic meters of water a year. " When the phosphate was transported on board the train, we had to dry it at Khouribga and clean it at Jorf Lasfar's confusion. Now we no longer need to dry it because the pipeline can carry wet wet t", By defining the cost of water to the global economic program. In the Jorf Laser processing investment," Technical processes are in place to save up to 25% of raw water She says.
Goal: 100% of unconventional water
The OCP group, the business activity, accounts for 30% of its consumption in non-traditional waters. Its aim is to reach 100%. What does it mean? sewage treatment and destruction. To date the group has built three waste water treatment centers: Khouribga in 2012, Ben Guérir and Youssoufia in 2015. These three treatment plants can handle up to 10 million cubic meters of water. waste water every year. They are " largely re-used in washing operations and mining of phosphate but also in irrigation of green spaces. Explaining the Zineb Benjelloun.
The group is also responsible for two interpretation plants. The first place in Laayoune can deal with 1.4 million cubic meters per year. The second one is in Jorf Lasfar. " It is Morocco's largest interpretation center, at 800 million DH of property. It provides the renewable machine with 25 million cubic meters per year. The ability to manipulate will increase to 40 million cubic meters per year She tells us.
In Boucraa, a desalination plant is being built. It will be delivered in 3 to 4 years, for a budget of 250 million DH, with a capacity of 7.5 million cubic meters per year. According to the Zhong Benjelloun, " other interpretive plants will follow ".