WOIMA Blog / February 2020 – WOIMA’s Disruptive Business Model is Changing the Waste-to-Value Market Forever

WOIMA’s Disruptive Business Model is Changing the Waste-to-Value Market Forever Disruptive business model disturbs the market by addressing the repressed demands ignored by the leading suppliers and manufacturers in the industry. It provides solutions which the current industry has failed in or is incompetent to deliver. The key in this business model is the disruptive innovation, which helps create new niche within an existing market or create a new market altogethe...
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NOYADE DANS LES DECHETS – Cas de Karachi, Pakistan

Karachi est la capitale de la province pakistanaise du Sind. C'est la ville la plus peuplée du Pakistan avec un peu plus de 20 millions d'habitants et la cinquième ville la plus peuplée du monde. Premier centre industriel et financier du Pakistan, il est considéré comme le centre culturel, économique, philanthropique, éducatif et politique du pays. Karachi est également la ville la plus cosmopolite du Pakistan. Située sur la mer d'Oman, Karachi sert de plaque tournante des transports et...
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Drowning in Waste – Case Karachi, Pakistan

Karachi is the capital of the Pakistani province of Sindh. It is the most populous city in Pakistan with just over 20 million people, and fifth-most-populous city in the world. It is Pakistan's premier industrial and financial center and is considered as the cultural, economic, philanthropic, educational, and political hub of the country. Karachi is also Pakistan's most cosmopolitan city. Located on the Arabian Sea, Karachi serves as a transport hub, and is home to Pakistan's two largest seaport...
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22 levels of wasteWOIMA® Flexibility – Location Suitability

The wasteWOIMA® power plant design addresses the sometimes complex requirements set forth by varying environmental conditions and challenges. These consist of e.g. ambient conditions (temperature, humidity and rainfall), wind load and seismic activity. The structural and operational integrity of the plant can withstand all the stress posed on it by the environment. These external forces are absorbed by
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WOIMA strengthens its Board of Directors

WOIMA Press Release 16 January 2020 WOIMA Finland Oy is proud to announce a new Board Member. Andreas Back brings valuable global power project development and project financing experience to WOIMA’s Board of Directors.
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22 levels of wasteWOIMA® Flexibility – Fuel Flexibility

The wasteWOIMA® power plant has been designed to utilize primarily non-toxic municipal solid waste (MSW) streams. However, other waste streams that societies generate can also be used, such as refined waste fuels (REF, RDF, SRF), industrial, commercial and institutional waste (ICI), construction and demolition waste (CDW), agricultural waste (AW) and different biomasses. Even small quantities of toxic wastes, such as hospital and industrial waste can be mixed in the waste st...
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