Waste Processing

The health and well-being of every human being and the surrounding environment can be adversely affected by all forms of waste, from its generation to its disposal. Modern waste management and processing involve one or more of the following processes: reduction, reuse, recovery or disposal of waste, with practices and technologies differing according to different economic and social circumstances. Rapid advances in numerous areas of research, including biotechnology, provide new opportunities for improvement in waste management.


Thermolysis is a process of waste management developed within Green Power II technology, which is aimed at thermal decomposition of chemical compounds into smaller particles, or atoms by heat. The process allows for optimal waste management and uses waste to recover energy, making it easier for communities and local authorities to maintain cleanliness and order in municipalities.


Pyrolysis is a process of waste management, developed within Green Power I technology, aimed at processing of the plastic waste and rubber. It was developed in response to the increasing demand for waste management and growing production of plastics. The main principle of the process is thermal decomposition of organic material into liquid, solid or gaseous form in the presence of a catalyst.

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