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Hoa Phat Dung Quat Steel upgraded its monitoring data monitoring system

June 19, 2024

On June 14, 2024, iLotusLand and Hoa Phat Dung Quat successfully completed the upgrade of the monitoring data system, including 3 water monitoring stations, 3 raw water monitoring stations, and 12 emission monitoring stations. After nearly 4 years of operation, this upgrade not only improves the system's performance but also prepares for the integration of additional data from new stations at Hoa Phat Dung Quat 2, which spans 280 hectares.

The premises of Hoa Phat Dung Quat Steel Plant

Dung Quat Hoa Phat 2

Dung Quat Hoa Phat 2 , with a total investment of 85,000 billion VND, covers over 280 hectares and is located adjacent to the Hoa Phat Dung Quat Iron and Steel Complex 1 in the Dung Quat Economic Zone, Binh Son District, Quang Ngai Province. The Dung Quat 2 project has a designed capacity of 5.6 million tons of steel per year, including 4.6 million tons of hot-rolled coil (HRC) and 1 million tons of special steel. The total investment for the project is 85,000 billion VND (approximately 3.5 billion USD), with 35,000 billion VND in credit provided by a consortium of 8 banks.


Environmental Monitoring System at Hoa Phat Dung Quat Steel Plant

The steel industry is one of the most heavily polluting sectors. To mitigate this impact, monitoring emissions and wastewater is crucial for tracking and managing the environmental effects of production activities.

For manufacturing plants, especially steel plants like Hoa Phat, strict compliance with environmental regulations is mandatory. This includes detailed monitoring and reporting of emissions and wastewater. Implementing a modern environmental monitoring system not only helps Hoa Phat meet legal requirements but also prevents violations, ensuring sustainable production operations.

Emission monitoring station at Hoa Phat Dung Quat

The iLotusLand monitoring system is designed to meet international standards, providing accurate and timely data. This not only helps Hoa Phat Dung Quat effectively track and analyze environmental impacts but also enables proactive measures to mitigate environmental damage.

Upgrading the Environmental Monitoring Data System at the Steel Plant

Hoa Phat's commitment to environmental protection is clearly demonstrated through the upgrade of the monitoring system after nearly 4 years of effective use and the initiative to integrate data from other new monitoring stations at the Dung Quat 2 plant. With a scale of 280 hectares, this upgrade is an important preparation for the future, affirming Hoa Phat's determination in sustainable development and environmental protection.

This upgrade project includes 18 monitoring stations with specific parameters:

  • 3 Water Monitoring Stations
    • BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand), TSS (Total Suspended Solids), pH, Ammonia, Temperature, Inflow Rate, Outflow Rate, Total Inflow, Total Outflow.
  • 12 Emission Monitoring Stations:
    • NOx (Nitrogen Oxides), CO (Carbon Monoxide), SO2 (Sulfur Dioxide), Temperature, O2 (Oxygen), Flow Rate, Total Dust, Pressure.
  • 3 Raw Water Monitoring Stations:
    • Pump Flow Rate, Turbidity Salinity, Total Flow, pH, Daily Pump Flow Rate.

Benefits of the System Upgrade for Hoa Phat Dung Quat:

  • Enhanced environmental parameter monitoring and management: The system provides continuous and accurate data on water quality and emissions, enabling Hoa Phat Dung Quat to detect violations early and take timely corrective actions.
  • Improved operational efficiency: The system automates data collection and analysis, saving time and labor in environmental monitoring activities.
  • Meeting increasing environmental protection requirements: The system meets international environmental monitoring standards, helping Hoa Phat Dung Quat affirm its commitment to sustainable development.

This upgrade reaffirms Hoa Phat Dung Quat's commitment to sustainable development and environmental protection, while enhancing its ability to manage and monitor the environment according to international standards.

iLotusLand sincerely thanks Hoa Phat for their cooperation and trust in this project.

"iLotusLand is an environmental technology company providing data-driven environmental monitoring solutions for better decision-making. With monitoring stations, iLotusLand environmental management software monitors various parameters in Wastewater, Surface Water, Groundwater, Drinking Water, CEMS, AAQMS, etc. The software provides detailed data to governmental agencies, industrial parks, and factories so you can make timely decisions in case of environmental incidents. Our commitment is to be a key partner in promoting a sustainable future through smart environmental monitoring solutions and scientific data."

For consultation on iLotusLand environmental monitoring and data management software, please contact:
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