EMS Limited specializes in designing solutions for complex projects. These include process description, process calculations, hydraulic calculations, design codes and standards, master drawing schedule, drainage design, STP facilities layout, process flow diagram, hydraulic flow diagram, mass balance diagram, process & instrumentation diagram, tentative single line diagram, and electrical load list.
Their dedicated team of 61 engineers handles these tasks in-house, reducing the need for external consultants.
Since its inception, the company has successfully completed 67 projects as of July 31, 2023. These projects range from 4 to 24 MLD for STPs, 9 MLD for CETPs, 80 MLD for WTP, and 41 MLD for Common Feeder.
As of July 31, 2023, the company is operating and maintaining 18 projects, including WWSPs, WSSPs, STPs, and HAM, aggregating Rs. 1744.92 crore, and 5 O&M projects, aggregating Rs. 99.28 crore.
The treatment processes implemented by the company's STPs and CETPs adhere to India's Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change norms. The treated water is suitable for various purposes, including horticulture, washing, refrigeration, and other industrial processes.
Most of their projects receive funding from the World Bank through local state government bodies.
The company initially started with 4 MLD projects and has since expanded its capacity to handle STPs with a maximum capacity of 60 MLD under Minimal Liquid Discharge.
Currently, the company manages five projects under the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) and one project under the Namami Gange Programme.
EMS Limited relies on government projects, particularly environmental and water treatment-related projects, for most of its revenue. Any alterations in these policies could adversely affect the company's business, especially if there are delays in government clearances.
Many of the company's agreements in connection with its business include penalties or liquidated damage clauses, especially when the project completion is delayed.
The company has experienced negative cash flows from financing and investing activities.
The company secures projects through competitive bidding processes overseen by government authorities. Failure to qualify for, compete in, or win future projects may negatively impact the company's business.
The company has been blacklisted by two government bodies in the past.
The company primarily bids for Water and Waste Treatment Plants (WWTPs) and Water Supply Scheme Projects (WSSPs) funded by the World Bank through Central and State Governments, generating revenue from awarded contracts. A reduction in budgetary allocations to this sector could affect the number of planned government projects, directly impacting the company's business.
The company, its promoters/director, and group companies are involved in legal proceedings.
The company faces contingent liabilities that, if realized, could impact its financial condition.
Actual project execution costs for WWTPs and WSSPs may deviate significantly from bid or estimate assumptions.
The company's business is heavily concentrated in four states: Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and Uttarakhand. Various factors associated with these states can affect the company's operations.
The company has availed Rs. 39.56 lakhs in unsecured loans that are repayable on demand.