NOYADE DANS LES DECHETS – Cas du Mombasa, Kenya

Mombasa est une ville portuaire sur la côte du Kenya, avec l'océan Indien. C'est la plus ancienne ville du pays (environ 900 après JC) et la deuxième plus grande ville du pays (après la capitale, Nairobi), avec une population estimée à 1,5 million d'habitants sur une superficie de 295 km2. Sa région métropolitaine est la deuxième plus grande du pays et compte environ 3 millions d'habitants. Il est situé sur l'île de Mombasa et s'étend sur le territoire continental environnant. L'îl...
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Drowning in Waste – Case Mombasa, Kenya

Mombasa is a seaport city on the coast of Kenya, along the Indian Ocean. It is the country's oldest (circa 900 AD) and second-largest city (after the capital Nairobi), with an estimated population of 1.5 million people on a land area of 295 km2. Its metropolitan region is the second largest in the country and has a population of approximately 3 million people. It is located on Mombasa Island and sprawls to the surrounding mainland. The island is separated from the mainland by two cree...
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22 levels of wasteWOIMA® Flexibility – Maintainability

The standardized modular structure of the wasteWOIMA® power plant enables the optimization of all maintenance work. The location of service platforms, accessibility of checkpoints and general arrangement of the equipment within the WOIMAline and on-site supports easy and fast maintenance with minimal disruptions to normal operations. In a multiple WOIMAline setup maintenance work can be performed on them consecutively thus limiting the power generation inte...
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NOYADE DANS LES DECHETS – Cas de Beirut, Liban

Beyrouth est la capitale et la plus grande ville du Liban. La population de Beyrouth est d'environ 1,3 million d'habitants, dont 2,2 millions dans la grande région métropolitaine. La zone métropolitaine de la ville occupe 67 kilomètres carrés. La côte est assez diversifiée, avec des plages rocheuses, des rivages de sable et des falaises situées les unes à côté des autres. Située sur une péninsule bordée par les montagnes du Liban, à mi-chemin de la côte méditerranéenne du Liban...
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Drowning in Waste – Case Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut is the capital and largest city of Lebanon. Population of Beirut is around 1.3 million, with as many as 2.2 million in the greater metropolitan area. The city's metropolitan area occupies 67 square kilometers. The coast is rather diverse, with rocky beaches, sandy shores and cliffs situated beside one another. Located on a peninsula flanked by the Lebanon Mountains at the midpoint of Lebanon's Mediterranean coast, Beirut is the country's largest and main seaport. It is also one of the old...
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22 levels of wasteWOIMA® Flexibility – Movability

The modular structure of the wasteWOIMA® power plant enables the fast and efficient erection and dismantling of the plant. If the local needs and requirements change, the plant can be dismantled, and the modules transported to a new site to be ass...
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22 levels of wasteWOIMA® flexibility – Constructability

The wasteWOIMA® power plant is constructed simply by lifting the pre-fabricated modules next to and on top of one another using a mobile crane. The modules are interconnected using flexible bellows to allow for thermal expansion. They are bolted, or in some cases welded, together ensuring gas-tightness. All the construction work can be performed using simple tools tha...
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Drowning in Waste – Case Kathmandu, Nepal

Kathmandu is the capital and largest city of Nepal with a population of 1.7 million in the city proper, and 3 million in its wider area across the Kathmandu Valley. Total population of Nepal is roughly 5 million. Kathmandu is also the largest metropolis in the Himalayan hill region. The city stands at an elevation of approximately 1,400 meters above sea level in the bowl-shaped Kathmandu Valley of central Nepal. The valley is historically termed as "Nepal Mandala" and has been the home of Newar ...
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WOIMA Value: Pioneering – fostered by Aspiration, Creativity and Collaboration

Pioneering as a value for WOIMA is about being in the leading edge of development. It means that we strive to push the envelope how Waste-to-Energy solutions and Ecosystems are engineered and delivered sustainably around the world. The first cornerstone of Pioneering is the Aspiration of our employees to improve the Wellbeing of our Customer’s locally and globally. Our team shares the tendency to be inspired by our mission which also fuels our motivation to learn and apply new knowledge con...
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