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  1. 1. Innovative Industrial Equipments Pvt. Ltd. ERT [ Energy Recovery Technology ] © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd. 1
  2. 2. OVERVIEW  Introduction  Problem  Solution  Market, Customers  Competitive landscape  Business and Revenue Models  Management Team  Financial Projections Funding, Possible Exits  Timeline  Summary2 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  3. 3. Introduction 1/3  Company Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.  Presenters name Ravi Nafde  Sector Safe Disposal of Waste / Safe conversion of Waste into Hydrocarbons [BMW, MSW ] etc..  Contact coordinates o Mobile No +91 98233 93755 o Land No +91 712 2558318, 712 2550277 o Email ID <> <> o Address 502, 5th Floor Gotmare Market, West high Court Road, Dharampeth, Nagpur – 4400103 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  4. 4. Introduction 2/3  The Company was registered in the year 2007 to provide the innovative solution to safely dispose waste and recover energy form waste during the process of disposal.  The Company have researched, developed and designed plant and equipment for safe disposal/conversion of waste [BMW, MSW, Food Waste, Slaughter House & Plastics etc] for last 15 years, acquired the clearance from the Central Pollution Control Board and State Pollution Control Boards from three States.  The Plant and equipment designs have been indigenously designed for domestic use for segregated / un-segregated waste disposal at the source of generation.4 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  5. 5. Introduction 3/3  Disposal/conversion of the waste at source eliminates the issues and problems of handling of the colossal waste generated and handled collectively.  The problems and issues with the current systems of land filling and incineration are overcome by ERT [Energy Recovery Technology].5 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  6. 6. Problem / Opportunity / Need 1/1  The current technologies for the waste disposal like landfill / incineration / composting are not full proof and sound to resolve the environmental issues in a cost effective way.  In fact these technologies are cost centers and financial burdens on the administration.  The solutions offered to this waste disposal in the developed countries are financially and technically not viable due to high cost, requirement of land, handling of waste for segregation etc..  The quantity of waste generation in Metros is close to 1000 MT/day and growing, other cities are also in the race of generation of waste beyond the handling capacity of the administration.6 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  7. 7. Problem / Opportunity/ Need 2/2  The current technologies are unscientific systems developed as stop gap arrangements to cope up with the issue of waste and the nuances of the waste like decay / odor / stray animals. o The waste generated form hospital [BMW] is infectious in nature and have some anatomical waste requiring instant and immediate disposal. o Waste collected by municipal corporations is in hundreds of tons and forms the ground for insect breeding, spreading epidemic, etc. o Food Waste generated form the eateries, industries, campuses and food processing industry forms the breeding ground for stray animals feeding on the rotten food. o Slaughter House and dead animal waste though generated in small quantity as compared to the other waste generates a strong odor and spreads air born deceased.7 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  8. 8. Solution 1/3  The Waste is defined as Waste(s) also known as rubbish, trash, refuse, garbage, junk and litter is a pejorative term for unwanted materials.  The term can be described as subjective and inaccurate because waste to one person is not waste to another.  The waste as process feed material have all the ingredients with low utility, hence recycling is the only proper way-out till date o but this also leaves huge quantity of waste un-recycled requiring immediate disposal measures. o Manual recycling of the colossal waste generated is physically impossible. o Segregation of waste manually is in-human and unhygienic. o The natural decay of the waste is an uncontrolled process and without quantitative and qualitative results.8 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  9. 9. Solution 2/3  The Solution to the common disposal method is based on the scientific principle of organic chemistry innovatively handled to achieve the desired results in the most environment friendly way.  The waste consists of Hydrocarbons which are recovered in the process in a specially designed equipment to handle the waste in the most safe and scientific way.  Irrespective of any grade / type / quality the hydrocarbons are recovered in the process making it most suitable for the critical waste types such as- o Bio Medical Waste [Infectious] o Municipal Solid waste [Huge quantity and slow degrading] o Slaughter house [High odor and disease spreading] o Waste plastic [a non degradable environment damaging material]9 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  10. 10. Solution 3/3  The Waste can be broadly classified in two categories – o Organic [De compostable] o Inorganic [non compostable / non hydrocarbons]  The problem of degradable waste is more as it is created all over the habitable areas and in high quantity in some specialized area [Hospitals / Railway stations/ religious places etc.]  These hydrocarbons are processed in specially designed equipment to breakdown in the most economical and environment friendly way to generate Hydrocarbons – Liquid & Gases and Carbon black.  All the products have good demand in the market and can be conveniently used for industrial heating and burning purpose.10 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  11. 11. Feature-Benefits Table 1/1 Landfill Incineration Recycling ERT Emission of SO2, NOx, HCl, HF, Emission of CH4, CO2; NMVOC, CO, CO2, N2O, dioxins, Only burned hydrocarbon Air Emissions of dust Odours dibenzofurans, heavy metals(Zn, gases Pb, Cu, As) Leaching of salts, heavy No effluent, no metals, biodegradable and Deposition of hazardous Water Waste water discharges ground/surface water persistent organics to substances on surface water contamination groundwater Requires less area as the Accumulation of hazardous Land filling of slag, fly ash and Soil Land filling of final residues waste is disposed substances in soil scrap continuously Soil occupancy; Visual intrusion; No visual intrusion or soil Landscape Restriction on other land Visual intrusion Restriction on other land uses occupancy uses Contamination and Contamination and accumulation accumulation of toxic Most eco friendly as per Ecosystem of toxic substances in the food substances in the food current EPA standards chain chain Urban Exposure to hazardous Exposure to hazardous Can be with in the habitable Noise Area substances substances adobe.11 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  12. 12. Company Status / Progress 1/6  Operation Team & Syndicate.. o Mr. Ravi Nafde, [M. Des. IIT Powai], CMD, o Mr. Ajit Joglekar. B.Tech [IIT Powai], MBA [London] o Mr. Kuldeep Sajjanhar [IIT Kanpur], Finland o Mr. Jagdeep Pillai, [Electrical] o Mr. Avinash Keote, [Workshop]  State Representatives o Prem Kumar Canada o Mr. Vinay Katiyar Lucknow & Dehradun o Mr. Jayesh Thakkar Pune o Mr. Anthony Rayan & Mr. Vijaynandan Panjim o Mr. S. S. Upadhyaya New Delhi12 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  13. 13. Company Status / Progress 2/6  Customers and contracts established Value SN Particulars Capacity Remark [Rs Lacs] 1 GMC, Bambolim, Goa 0.25 tpd 50.000 BMW 2 GMH, Madgaon, Goa 0.25 tpd 50.000 BMW 3 SGPGI, Lucknow, UP 1.0 tpd 210.000 BMW 4 CSMMU, Lucknow, UP 1.0 tpd 210.000 BMW 5 Doon Hospital, Dehradoon, UttarKhand 0.5 tpd 110.000 BMW 6 Government Hospital, Haldwani, UttarKhand 0.5 tpd 110.000 BMW 7 Lucknow Nagar Nigam 10 tpd 1650.000 Waste Plastics Mixed Waste 8 JSW Steel Plant, Bellary, Karnataka 15 tpd 700.000 Industrial] Mixed Waste [MSW & 9 JSW Steel Plant, Bellary, Karnataka 15 tpd 700.000 Industrial] 10 Government of Netherlands 50 – 500 tpd - In Process13 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  14. 14. Company Status / Progress 3/6  Strategic partnerships established o Hiltron, Dehradun, Uttarkhand [A Government of India Enterprise]14 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  15. 15. Company Status / Progress 4/6  Milestones achieved [1/2] 5 to 7th March Trials and test runs on the mixed variety of Waste Plastics were tested by Indian Oil Limited at their Faridabad R & D Center. 2003 9th March 2003 UNI reported an exciting development of Liquid fuel by releasing hydrocarbons locked in plastics. June 2003 Trials and test runs on the variety of mixed and hazardous Waste Plastics were tested by Indian Oil Limited at their Faridabad R & D Center. 2004 India’s first ever Waste Plastic to energy plant was designed by IIE under close supervision of IOL R&D. 2005 India’s first ever Waste Plastics to energy plant was commissioned by IIE. 16 & 17th Energy Recovery Technology [ERT] is a truly sustainable waste management solution, diverting plastic waste from landfill and incinerators, utilizing the embodied October 2008 energy content and producing a highly usable commodity more environmentally friendly than conventional fossil fuel was demonstrated at UREDA [Uttara Khand Renewable Energy Development Agency], Dehradoon on the request from Hiltron [A State Government Undertaking]. 22 to 24th Energy Recovery Technology [ERT] is a truly sustainable waste management solution, diverting BMW was demonstrated to SGPGI [Sanjay Gandhi Post October 2008 Graduation Institute, Lucknow] and UPPCB [Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board], utilizing the embodied energy content and producing a highly usable fuel that,15 due to its cleaner burning characteristics, is Pvt.itself more environmentally friendly than © Innovative Industrial Equipment in Ltd. conventional fossil fuel.
  16. 16. Company Status / Progress 5/6  Milestones achieved [2/2] 2009 A 10 TPD Waste Plastics to Energy Plant [ERT Plant] was proposed by Hiltron at Haridwar for Kumbh Mela, based on the technology and know-how from IIEPL. Two ERT Plants for BMW were proposed by the Hiltron at Uttarkhand for managing the hospital waste. One ERT Plant for BMW at is proposed under the advice of UPPCB, . One ERT Plant for BMW at GMC [ ] Bimbolin, is advocated by GEDA [Goa Energy Development Agency] One ERT Plant for MSW at Cuncolim Council is sanctioned by PWD Goa. Five other councils are also vying for the ERT plants. 12 November 2012 A 15 MT/day plant for Mixed waste [MSW, Industrial Waste] is being proposed to Jindal Steel Works, Bellary, Karnataka 18 February 2013 State Government of Uttar Pradesh forwarded a 10 TPD waste plastics to hydrocarbon project for commissioning and implementation to Lucknow Nagar Nigam.16 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  17. 17. Company Status / Progress 6/6  Services o Plant can be built according to the requirements - ranging from a 10 Kg/day to a 1000 TPD plant. o The ONLY SOLUTION available to address the problems caused by land filling and incineration of waste. o Processes waste plastics also. o No other Indigenous technology available to recover energy from BMW. o 50% cheaper than the technologies available. o Uses continuous system of processing which is more productive and efficient than the batch system technology. o Plant can be built according to the requirements - ranging from a 10 Kg/day to a 15 TPD plant. o Flexibility of changing feed design and producing desired end products.17 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  18. 18. The Market 1/4  Bio Medical Waste o State of Maharashtra have 9000 to 10000 hospitals without facility for BMW disposal or access to common disposal facility. o Considering an average equipment of Rs. 1,00,000/- per hospital. o The market potential works out to be over Rs. 1,00,00,00,000/- o This is excluding the 4500 veterinary hospitals and the common disposal facility. o Thus the domestic market potential is over Rs. 3300 Cr. for new equipment and over Rs. 3500 Cr. for the replacement of existing equipment as of current data. o The future potential shall be around Rs. 10,000 Cr. as per the current growth in the health care facilities in India.18 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  19. 19. The Market 2/4  Municipal Solid Waste Tones WP BMW City o Approx. 1.5 lakh tones of MSW is generated in India per day. /Day TPD TPD o The amount of MSW generated per capita is estimated to 1 Mumbai 5,320 500 4.0 increase at the rate of 1.00% - 1.33% p.a. 2 Kolkata 2,653 200 - o It is estimated that the total waste quantity generated in 2047 3 Delhi 5,922 550 5.0 would be approx. above 260 million tonnes, which is more 4 Chennai 3,036 250 4.0 than five times the present level. 5 Bangalore 1,669 150 3.5 o This trend can be ascribed to our changing lifestyles, food 6 Hyderabad 2,187 175 4.0 habits, and change in living standards. Ahmedaba o The per capita of MSW generated daily, in India ranges from 7 1,302 125 3.5 d about 100 g in small towns to 500 g in large towns. 8 Pune 1,175 100 3.5 o MSW management has become a major environmental issue 9 Surat 1,000 75 2.5 in India 10 Kanpur 1,100 80 2.5 11 Nagpur 700 50 2.019 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  20. 20. The Market 3/4 Power of Buyers [low] Threat of Threat of Competitive New Substitute Rivalry Entrants Products [low] [low] [low] Power of Suppliers [low]20 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  21. 21. The Market 4/4  Potential in the market o Oil consumption in the country has been ever growing o Have to depend on Oil imports for the requirements o India imports 70% of the oil requirements o ERT converts the waste plastic into liquid hydrocarbon which can be used as raw material21 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  22. 22. Potential Customer 1/2 Current and potential customers o Municipalities – MSW contains approx. 7-10% plastic – Majority of the plastic cannot be processed by any waste processing technology – This plastic is segregated from MSW and then dumped or incinerated o Hospitals – BMW is infected material which needs to be processed – The most popular method of disposal of this kind of waste is incineration – Leads to additional costs for the hospitals to dispose of such plastics – Also to environmental hazards o Industries – Plastic content in Industrial waste depends on the type of industry – Packaging industry uses the most amount of plastic and hence generates high amount of plastic wastes – Dumped into sea / landfill or is incinerated22 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  23. 23. Potential Customer 2/2 o The output from the ERT can be utilized in Output End Use various means Fuel for Agricultural pumps Fuel for D.G. sets o As such, there are no concentration of Liquid Fuel for Boiler buyers Marine Fuel (Bunker fuel) Fuel oil etc. o Also, there is no other indigenous Industries using LPG technology which is able to extract liquid Gas For power generation fuel from waste plastics For in-house consumption Thermal power plants o As such, buyers would not be able to Solid Fuel Metallurgical Industries. switch the supply from one party to Substitute for briquette coal. another23 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  24. 24. Competition and Advantage 1/2  Competition o First in kind technology o Patents o No other indigenously made technology available o Foreign technology available; however the capital costs of those technology are too high o Needs experts for operations and maintenance of the machines o Technology - This is the most important differentiation o No competition with regards the indigenous technology o Differentiation points with regards to foreign technology24 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  25. 25. Competition and Advantage 2/2 Competitive Advantage o STRENGTH 10000 tones of waste plastic available per day in India. No Emissions under the controlled reaction conditions. Emission norms acceptable to CPCB & MPCB. Water is not a process component. It is only a cooling media which can be optionally replaced by compressed air. The bulk material is converted in the fuel and hence no side effects to the soil. Totally safe for eco system. No contaminants released to environment. o WEAKNESS The required quantity of waste plastics is not available at one source however the same needs to be managed with in the estimated time frame. o OPPORTUNITIES More and more applications of plastics are getting commercialized hence more plastics shall be available for processing. Possibility of generating 15000MW power from waste plastics. o THREATS Financially strong parties new market entrants may offer the plants at lower cost.25 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  26. 26. Competitive Comparison [Process] 1/1 Plasma Incineration ERT Process Burning Conversion Waste characteristics Segregation necessary No Segregation Required Temperature 2000 °C 350 – 500 °C Treatment cycle Batch Feeding Time consuming Continuous Residue Very less ash Residue is Coke and no ash Recovery Heat recovery potential Heat, HC Liquid & Gas, Coke Operating Cost Higher Operating Cost Lowest operation Cost Higher Maintenance Electrodes No electrodes very low Maintenance ware out maintenance Burned gases do not require Air emissions Air emissions must be treated treatment Operator Skilled operator needed Unskilled / semi skilled operator Cost Rs. 2,00,000 / kg Rs. 20,000 / kg26 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  27. 27. Competitive Comparison [Design] 1/3 Incinerator ERT The incinerator shall be designed for capacity more than 50 Can be designed for any capacity kg/hr For 50 kg/hr capacity, the minimum hearth area shall be 0.75 For 50 kg feeding the feeding bin size is large, the plant size is sq. m (8 sq. feet) less than 8 sq ft The minimum flow of the flue gas in the secondary chamber There is no restriction on the flow of flue gases as they are shall be 0.6m3/sec at 1050°C directly burned Each incinerator must be installed with an air pollution control No pollution control system is required. Control systems are system provided for monitoring and feed back The size of the opening through which the waste is charged Size of the bin only matters/ the plant is fed continuously @ 0.8 shall be larger than the size of the waste bag to be fed kg a minute and controlled by the feed material available The volume of the primary chamber shall be at least five times 1 kg is equivalent to 500 ltr of gas at atmospheric pressure. the volume of one batch. Hence the chamber size is only 0.5 CUM For 50 kg primary chamber volume is 1.5 CUM Minimum 100% excess air shall be used for overall design No air is required. There is no burning of material in ERT27 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  28. 28. Competitive Comparison [Design] 2/3 Incinerator ERT The refractory lining of the chamber shall be strong enough to All the critical components are of SS and sustain higher sustain minimum temperature of 1000° C in the primary temperature chamber and 1200° C in the secondary chamber The refractory & insulation bricks shall have minimum 115 mm Refractory bricks are brittle and required periodic changing. thickness each & conform to IS:8-1983 & IS:2042-1972 Ceramic insulation is used externally for insulation respectively The waste shall be fed into the incinerator in small batches after The waste is charged in shifts and fed into the plant the fixed interval of time continuously and automatically The Incinerator shell shall be made of mild steel plate of The complete plant is of Stainless Steel requiring no surface adequate thickness (minimum 5 mm thick) & painted externally maintenance. The Mild steel corrodes and cause accidents. The with heat resistant aluminum paint suitable to withstand Stainless Steel do not corrode and hence accident proof temperature of 250°C with proper surface preparation The waste is manually charged in to the primary chamber of the The waste is charged in a bin and not handled manually incinerator During the charging the operator is directly exposed to the There is no direct exposure all operations can be monitored furnace atmosphere remotely28 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  29. 29. Competitive Comparison [Design] 3/3 Incinerator ERT The device shall prevent leak age of the hot flue gas & any There is no reason to cause back fire. As the process is chemical backfire reaction and not burning Chimney / stack shall be as per IS:6533-1989 and shall be Chimney or stack is required for outlet of burned gases. Hence treated to avoid corrosion due to oxygen and acids in the flue there is no Oxygen and Acids in the flue gas gas The heat recovery system / heat exchanger is an additional cost The heat recovery system and energy recovery is inbuilt with if considered the system. Hence no additional cost is involved Hot flue gases include CO, CO2 and O2 from burning of Hot flue gases include CO, CO2 and O2 from burning of the Hydrocarbon gases methane, ethane, pentane etc. waste Hence more eco friendly The heat input capacity of each burner shall be sufficient to The maximum temperature requirement is 350°C to 500°C raise the temperature in the primary and secondary chambers hence very low energy is consumed as 800±50°C and 1050±50°C Most incinerators do not comply with the emission limit of 150 There is no particulate matter in the emission. The emission is mg/Nm3 (corrected to 12% CO2) for Particulate Matter only burned gases29 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  30. 30. ERT Advantage 1/2 The Advantages of deploying the ERT for safe disposal of MSW Conventional Technology ERT • The bio-degradable and recyclable content of the • The complete waste excluding the building debris waste need to be separated through a suitable of large size is processed along with the bio Material Recovery Facility [the MRF] degradable waste. • The separation is undertaken after the total hydrocarbon waste is converted for the precious metals etc. • Technology for Processing of the bio-degradable • ERT processes bio-degradable waste and content of the waste. hydrocarbons are recovered leaving the non hydrocarbon as residue with the carbon black. • Technology for Processing of combustible content • ERT processes combustible waste being of the waste. predominantly mixed hydrocarbons and pure hydrocarbons are recovered leaving the non hydrocarbon as residue solids with the carbon black or liquids & gases.30 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  31. 31. ERT Advantage 2/2 Conventional Technology ERT • Require Processing Technology for recovering and • ERT the recyclable waste is recovered after the processing recyclable content of the waste. processing of the waste and the pure hydrocarbons are recovered. Thus reducing the volume of process able content for recovering of recyclable waste. • No more than 25% of the waste received should be • The waste disposable in the Scientific Landfill is disposed on in the Scientific Landfill. less than 25% after the ERT Process. • Plant Life – 5 years Max • Plant Life – 15 years Max31 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  32. 32. Regulatory Issues 1/1  Pollution Control Norms [EPA 1986] Incinerator ERT Particulate Matter 150 Nil 0.3 – 3.0 % prior to Hydrochloric Acid [Mist] 5 scrubbing Benzene 10 0.3 – 1.2 % Carbon mono-oxide [CO] 1% max Nil Lead 10% Nil Formaldehyde 2 Methane 25 8 -20 % Ethane 100 15 – 25 %32 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  33. 33. Business Model and Marketing Plan 1/2  Phase - I 1. Government Hospitals and Health Care Facilities not having the access to bio medical waste disposal facility. 2. Private hospitals and health care facilities not having the access to bio medical waste disposal facility. 3. New hospitals requiring safe waste disposal facilities.  Phase - II 1. Government & Private Hospitals and Health Care Facilities common waste treatment facilities replacing the existing incinerators for bio medical waste disposal.  Phase - III 1. New Common waste disposal facilities for Government & Private Hospitals, Municipal corporations, Business houses/Industrial set-up etc.33 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  34. 34. Business Model and Marketing Plan 2/2 No. of plants produced during the year * Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar BOOT Turnkey FY 14 9 8 1 1T 3B 5B Assembly Line 2 FY 15 21 6 15 5T 10T 6B Assembly Line 3 FY 16 28 4 21 17T 5T 4B Assembly Line 4 Assembly Line 5 FY 17 52 2 44 27T 17T 2B Assembly Line 6 Assembly Line 7 FY 18 88 0 88 44T 44T • The company has existing capacity to produce 1 plants a year • Each assembly line has an incremental capacity of 5 plants per year34 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  35. 35. Financial Projections 1/1 Particulars FY14 E FY15 P FY16 P Net Sales 26.2 77.4 288.0 EBIDT 0.5 16.7 117.0 EAT (0.1) 15.9 115.3 Cash Generated from Operations 6.7 8.5 83.2 Capital Expenditures 7.2 1.5 1.5 Total Debt 1.4 5.1 14.5 Total Equity 15.2 24.7 73.6 Total Capital 16.6 29.9 88.0 Ratios Sales Growth 195.91% 272.05% Net profit Margin -0.47% 20.52% 40.03% Operating profit Margin 2.05% 21.58% 40.61% Return on equity (RONW) -0.82% 64.18% 156.69% Return on total capital invested (ROCE) -0.17% 54.69% 132.52%35 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  36. 36. Funding 1/2 Value SN Particulars [Rs Lacs] 1 Follow up Orders 25.000 2 Releasing of the Orders [Bank Guarantee] 25.000 2 Domestic Patents 25.000 3 B.G. 100.000 4 Marketing 50.000 5 Development [demonstration model] 15.000 6 Office and Administrative Establishment 15.000 7 Total [turnkey projects] 255.000 • The funding for the boot projects if considered shall be calculated separately. • A Statement of Lucknow Boot project is included.36 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  37. 37. Funding 2/2 ERT [10 tpd plant] • 50% LIQUID Hydrocarbon @ 7500 kcal/kg 37,500,000 kcal • 1 unit = 1800 kcal Say 20 MW • Cost of WP process plant 1.7 Cr/MT INR 17.00 Cr • Cost of operations for 350 days INR 1.75 Cr • Revenue for 350 days [Interest, increase in tipping Tipping INR 00.10 Cr and power sale cost not considered] Sale of Hydrocarbon [6250 lt]@ INR 40.0 INR 8.75Cr • Low carbon emission CDM INR 1.00 Cr Nagar Nigam Share [15%] [8.10] INR 1.22Cr Net Gain [85%] INR 6.88Cr • ROI 2.50 years • Net Revenue [BOT period of 20 years] INR 120.40Cr • Net Revenue [BOT period of 25 years] INR 154.80Cr37 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  38. 38. Exit Strategy 1/1  Negotiable38 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  39. 39. Snap Shots 1/8 Feeding Rubber gloves at SGPGI [21st to 23rd October 2010]39 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  40. 40. Snap Shots 2/8 Feeding Plastics from BMWs at SGPGI [21st to 23rd October 2010]40 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  41. 41. Snap Shots 3/8 Feeding Saline bags from BMWs at SGPGI [21st to 23rd October 2010]41 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  42. 42. Snap Shots 4/8 Liquid Hydrocarbon Output at SGPGI [21st to 23rd October 2010]42 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  43. 43. Snap Shots 5/8 Demonstration at HILTRON & IREDA [16th to 19th October 2010]43 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  44. 44. Snap Shots 6/8 Demonstration at HILTRON & IREDA [16th to 19th October 2010]44 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  45. 45. Snap Shots 7/8 Demonstration at HILTRON & IREDA [16th to 19th October 2010]45 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  46. 46. Snap Shots 8/8 Demonstration at GSPCB, MNES, Goa [16th to 20th December 2010]46 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  47. 47. Pollution Control Board’s Certificates 1/247 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  48. 48. Goa Energy Development Board 2/248 © Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.
  49. 49. Thank You!!© Innovative Industrial Equipment Pvt. Ltd.