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    • Road To Zero Waste Transforming Waste to Energy 2008
    • The IES Advanced Pyrolytic System
      • First Conversion Technology permitted in California.
      • Can process a wide variety of waste streams.
      • Highly efficient system with virtually no harmful substances remaining, either in the atmosphere or as a residue. 
      • Continuous feed eliminates the problems found in most batch systems and allows for renewable energy production.
      • Energy produced considered to be Renewable by California Energy Commission  
      • Designed for trouble free operation and minimal downtime.  
      • Not incineration - allows for waste destruction in an oxygen-free atmosphere.
      • System is automated to provide a safe and stable environment.
    • Typical Waste Streams Processed in IES System
      • • Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)
      • • Medical Waste
      • Tires
      • Wood Waste/Green Waste
      • Auto Shredder Residue/Used oil filters
      • Wood pallets
      • Construction & Debris Waste
      • Biosolids/Sewage Sludge
      • Animal Waste/Agricultural Waste
      • Industrial Wastes
      • Packaging materials
      • Hazardous Waste
      • IES proposes a “Turnkey” waste management solution for Tahiti
      • The IES Advanced Pyrolytic System is a Conversion Technology that is capable of handling waste on many islands due to its modular design
      • IES proposes a project as a Build Own Operate model (BOO)
      • The Project would convert the waste to energy and reduce the volume of waste each day that goes to the landfill.
      • The energy would generate Clean, Renewable Power for the Island
      • It would provide additional jobs for the community
      • IES Advanced Pyrolyitc System can process a wide range of wastes that are produced on the Island. IES has the capability to expand to other islands with its smaller units
      • Benefits to this solution
        • Produces Energy through Use of Steam
        • Reduces volume of waste that goes to the landfill
          • Will extend the life of the landfill
        • Positive Environmental Impact
          • Reduction of Greenhouse Emissions and helps with Global Warming
          • Extends Life of Landfill, therefore reducing need for New Landfills
          • Co-Locating CTs in the areas where waste is produced will reduce pollution from transportation of the waste to landfills and providing renewable energy locally reducing cost and helping reach the goals for Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) of 20% by 2010 in most areas.
          • CTs will help in achieving the new EU Directives for diverting 75% of waste from landfills in the next 5 years on the road to “Zero Waste” to the landfill
      • IES will develop the Turnkey Project for French Polynesia at a cost of $68 Million
          • Provide Financing
          • Construct and Operate
          • Contract with EDT to sell power
          • Contract with SEP for the waste to process
    • International Environmental Solutions Riverside County, California Current Update
      • IES has been completing its research and development of a Conversion Technology using Pyrolysis over a period of more than fifteen years.
      • Began construction of its commercial site in 2000 located in Romoland, California. It is currently in the engineering phase for additional projects in California.
      • IES completed Source Testing for SCAQMD on Post-MRF Municipal Solid Waste in the IES Advanced Pyrolytic System. IES was found in compliance with all air quality regulations for Southern California.
      • IES will receive an operational permit at the Romoland Facility by end of 2008 to process waste from Burrtec Waste Industries.
    • International Environmental Solutions Riverside County, California Current Update
      • IES has completed its research and development of a new design. This has been constructed as a 8 TPD System. The system should be operational for testing within 10 – 12 weeks. This design will reduce the operational cost. This 8 TPD system will be installed in Ventura County as a Joint Venture with the County and IES.
    • International Environmental Solutions Riverside County, California Update
      • IES has Teaming relationships with:
            • Air Products - Hydrogen Research and Development
            • Johnson Controls - O & M
            • Parson Brinkerhoff - Design Engineering for Projects
            • BAE Control Systems - Manufacturing & Automation
      • IES has been chosen as the technology for multiple projects:
            • Jamaica - (2) 125 TPD Facilities
            • Limerick, Ireland - (3) 125 TPD Systems
            • Izmir, Turkey - (1) 125 TPD System
            • Burrtec Waste, Riverside County - (1) 125 TPD System; Expanding to (4) 125 TPD
            • Istanbul , Turkey - (1) 125 TPD for Medical Waste
            • Czech Republic (Paper Factory) - (2) 125 TPD
      • IES is aggressively pursuing its research in Hydrogen production utilizing the IES system. Plans to complete research in less than 18 months - 2 years to target transportation fuel for new Hydrogen vehicles.
      • Proven successful operation of Commercial system at Romoland Facility in Southern California
      • Successfully passed South Coast Air Quality Management Districts (SCAQMD) stringent air quality limits which allows other projects to reference for permitting.
      • Modular systems allow for growth, easier installation, and flexibility in the design of facility
      • Flexibility in the processing of different Waste Products
      • The APS qualifies as a Renewable Energy in California for the RPS (as per the CEC and the CIWMB)
      • Designed for Safety
      • Easy to Operate
      • Minimal Down-time and Easy to Maintain
      • Flexibility to work with other processes
      • Competitive Capital Costs and Operational Costs
    • Tahiti MSW Project
      • Host: Tahiti
        • (MSW collection delivered to site from SEP)
      • Site: Pappette, French Polynesia
      • Project: 300 - 400 Ton per Day Waste to Energy system (input to IES System 250 dry tons)
      • Estimated Cost: $68 million
      • Waste Feed: Municipal Solid Waste
      • Energy Output: Electricity
      • Structure: 15 Year PPA with EDT (Minimum)
    • Tahiti MSW Project
      • Est. Capital Cost: $68,000,000
      • Est. Annual Revenues 1 : $20,317,000
      • Est. EBITDA 2 : $11,866,000
      • Simple Payback: 5.3 years
      • Simple Pre Tax ROI: 19.2%
      • Simple ROI After Tax 16.3%
      • 1 Includes sale of electricity and tipping fees, and carbon credits. Based on disposal fees of $65 per ton and power sales at $180 per MWh
      • 2 Before debt service
      • Government approves project to move forward
      • Coordination between relevant agencies
          • EDT (Energy)
          • SEP (Waste )
          • ??Name of Grid connection Company
      • Finalize Contracts with EDT and SEP
      • Select Project Site
      • Initiate Project Financing based on contractual obligations
      • Begin Design Engineering and Permitting
      • Construct Facility and Install Equipment
      • Commission and Begin Operation
    • International Environmental Solutions