Once concluded these contracts would see EAWC implementing several WtE close circuit systems that treat liquid and/or solid waste to produce surplus amounts of synthetic gas. Those systems would generate sufficient power to supply several generators and power plants that are presently running on natural gas. Such generators would, for example, serve to mitigate the scares electrical supply that presently exists in the State of Punjab. In addition, it's important to highlight that the inherent proprieties of this synthetic gas are that its emissions are cleaner than those of natural gas. In addition, the WtE process of converting solid waste and sewage water into drinkable water results in a cleaner and therefore, healthier environment.
It is possible to ascertain the positive economies of scale that can be obtained when using EAWC's WtE Plants by considering the effect they could have on the productivity of the Chenab Ltd textile company, an export-oriented company that supplies big-name clothing brands including Macy's, Tommy Hilfiger and Victoria's Secret. Faisalabad, an industrial city of central Pakistan, previously had a workforce that peaked at 14,000 employees. Today, crippled by the shortages of electricity that have paralyzed the Punjabi State of Pakistan and that in turn, have over the past five years had the consequence of making its textile machinery stand idle and its employee workforce shrunk to 4,500, its sales for the year up to June were a mere 2.17 billion Pakistani rupees or about US$20 million, down nearly 75% from 2008. [iii]
An EAWC WtE operation can provide several revenue streams what can shorten the returns of investment (ROI) dramatically from years to months. For example, a WtE 1-10 Mw power plant (that can be delivered on a trailer) produces up to 100m3 of gas per hour. This gives a huge surplus of Syngas that can then be bottled and sold. In addition a by-product of the electricity and Syngas that is produced is up to 50,000 liter a day of fresh water.