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									                                         TO PURE
                                         WATER




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 Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
                      Contents

       1. The Water Problem

       2. Scope of the Problem

       3. Pure Water from Waste

       4. Benefits




Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
                       The Problem
 A shortage of pure water is one of
  the greatest problems facing the
  world today.

 The United Nations calculates
  that if present development
  continues then 2/3 of the world’s
  population will live with serious
  water scarcity by the year 2025.

 The UN Development Program
  estimates that over 13,000
  people DIE EVERY DAY because
  of polluted water, lack of
  sanitation, and waterborne
  diseases.
     Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
  The Scope of the Water Problem
 World population growth is 80 million people a year,
  resulting in increased freshwater demand of 64
  billion cubic meters a year.
 90% of the 3 billion people who are expected to be
  added to the population by 2050 will be in
  developing countries, without access to safe
  drinking water and adequate sanitation.




   Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
               A Growing Problem

 The 10 largest water
  users (in volume) are
  India, China, the United
  States, Pakistan, Japan,
  Thailand, Indonesia,
  Bangladesh, Mexico and
  the Russian Federation.
 Eight of the ten are still
  developing nations and
  can expect to see their
  water consumption
  continue to increase.


     Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
       Only 40% of the World Has Reasonable
           Access to Safe Drinking Water




Reasonable access to safe drinking water is defined as the availability of at least 20 liters per
person per day from an improved source within 1 kilometer of the user's dwelling.
Source: United Nations Development Program, "Human Development Report 2004”

        Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
                      The Scope in China
 In China, it is estimated
  that more than 300
  million rural residents
  still have low access to
  safe drinking water.
      Source: China Daily “Unclean Water, a
       Global Threat” 2008/3/21

 China has 660 major
  cities and over 18,000
  towns, many of which
  do not have adequate
  water resources or
  sanitation facilities.


       Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
Water Shortages in
China Will Intensify
in the Short Term

 Most of Northern China
is currently experiencing
water shortages.

In 2009/2010 sections of
Southern China
experienced the worst
drought in 100 years.

China is home to twenty
percent of the world’s
population…but only seven
percent of its water.




      Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
                                 How Can The
                                Water Problem be
                                    Solved?




 By Turning This…                               Into This!

Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
                    Impossible?
 Not With AICG’s Waste to Water
            Solution
 Via a process called
  pyrolysis and
  gasification AICG’s
  proprietary
  technology can use
  energy from urban
  or rural waste to
  produce CLEAR,
  PURE water!
   Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
          Waste to Water Diagram
   Waste                    Waste                  Pure Water
  Collection              Processing                 Output


Urban or rural                                       The incineration of
waste is collected        The collected waste        the waste
and taken to a            is sorted,                 generates energy,
central drop off          hygienically baled,        which powers a
point at the AICG         and then processed         reverse osmosis
Waste to Water            using state-of-the-        process to purify
processing                art gasification and       polluted water fed
factory. A fee will       pyrolysis                  into the system.
be charged for            technology with no         The process is
collection. In the        pollution or release       environmentally
EU and other              of toxins into the         sound and meets
countries this fee        atmosphere.                rigid EU standards
is government                                        for waste
subsidized.                                          processing.




   Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
             Available Plant Sizes
 25 MEGALITERS OF PURIFIED WATER PER DAY
  FROM 25 TONS OF WASTE
   Equal to 25 million liters / 6.6 million gallons


 50 MEGALITERS OF PURIFIED WATER PER DAY
  FROM 50 TONS OF WASTE
   Equal to 50 million liters / 13.2 million gallons


 100 MEGALITERS OF PURIFIED WATER PER DAY
  FROM 100 TONS OF WASTE
   Equal to 100 million liters / 26 million gallons




   Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
                 Waste To Water
AICG has 24 plants in operation
 worldwide.
These are the only Green Energy water
 purification plants in the world!




   Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
  Benefits to Owners of the AICG
          Provided Plants
The plants are dual purpose
  Safely process urban and rural waste
  Use the energy produced in processing
   the waste to purify water
Plants have several potential revenue
 streams.
  Garbage pick-up and delivery fees
  Garbage incineration fee
  Sale of purified water
  Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
  Economic Benefits of Investing in
           Pure Water
 Investment in safe drinking water and sanitation
  contributes to economic growth. For each $1
  invested, the World Health Organization (WHO)
  estimates returns of $3-$34, depending on the
  region and technology.
 The overall economic loss in Africa alone due to
  lack of access to safe water and basic sanitation
  is estimated at $28.4 billion a year, or around
  5% of GDP.


    Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves
                    In Summary
 The two most urgent problems facing
 municipal governments worldwide are:
   The ability to supply clean water.
   An environmentally friendly way to dispose of
   garbage.
 The AICG Green Energy Waste to Water
 plant will help solve both problems.
 Owners will receive economic benefit
 from an investment that will help people
 and the environment.
  Depletion of water resources is more serious than oil reserves

								
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