Typical waste-to-energy projects are designed and built for purpose, in most cases certain waste quantity. They respond poorly to long-term fluctuations in waste feedstock. The modular wasteWOIMA® plant solves this challenge. It acts as a powergenerating buffer utilizing the excess waste streams. The container-sized modules
are prefabricated to include all the technical equipment making up the power plant and are thus easy and fast to deliver onto the site, construct and commission.

Waste generation is affected by a number of sometimes unpredictable factors that make it difficult to forecast future waste quantity trends.

These include e.g.

  • population growth
  • economic growth
  • urbanization
  • recycling activities
  • environmental regulations

For these reasons it may be impossible, or at least impractical, to try to optimize a large waste-to-energy
facility to cover all future scenarios. The wasteWOIMA® power plant offers a flexible solution to this challenge.

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Waste Management

  • Creating new business potential
  • Simplifying waste logistics
  • Reducing environmental impacts
  • Matching future regulations
  • Postponing landfill investments
  • Green image benefits

Power & Utility

  • Decentralizing power generation
  • Enabling off-grid solutions
  • Offering fuel & production flexibility
  • Harnessing endless fuel source
  • Utilizing carbon credit schemes
  • Fast plant delivery


  • Excellent return on investment (ROI)
  • Scalable business model
  • Diversified investment portfolio
  • Vendor arranged funding
  • Fast project roll-out
  • Plant relocation option

Other Stakeholders

  • Turning waste into local welfare
  • Health & environmental benefits
  • Local reliable energy supply
  • Educational & job opportunities
  • Improving living conditions
  • Implementing development funding