22 levels of wasteWOIMA® flexibility – Transportability

22 levels of wasteWOIMA® flexibility - Transportability The wasteWOIMA® power plant comprises of pre-designed and pre-fabricated modules that either are standard 20- or 40-foot sea containers or fit onto standard flat racks enabling their easy transportation as sea freight, via rail or on trucks. All the power plant materials and equipment are fixe...
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WOIMA Value: Sisu – fostered by our Determination, Impact and Resourcefulness

Sisu and sauna. Those two Finnish words that can be found in an English dictionary and those define Finnish mentality and national character. Sisu means determination in the face of adversity. Sisu is a combination of courage, perseverance, extreme persistence and initiative that is strong enough to defy the elements. In Finland, Sisu runs in our blood. Sisu is one of the WOIMA Corporation values and this value is part of everything we do. At WOIMA we use sisu every single day. We push our bo...
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WOIMA Culture and our Values

Culture which sets us apart Woima Corporation aspires to improve quality of life both locally and globally, as well as empower people to utilize waste as a commodity. We have developed solutions to reach these goals, but without our culture ​​we cannot truly achieve those. Our culture is which sets us apart.
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New WOIMA Ecosystem Brochure – Negative Carbon Footprint Solution

WOIMA Ecosystem solutions mitigate landfill methane emissions by controlled use of methane in power generation, which cuts down on the use, or even replaces fossil fuels. This is our response to the challenges posed by landfill methane gas. It is time to present WOIMA Ecosystem – Negative Carbon Footprint Solution, which carbon capture capability equals of the over 10 ha of Finnish spruce forest. In...
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NOYADE DANS LES DECHETS – Cas de Mumbai, Inde

Mumbai (anciennement connu sous le nom de Bombay) est la capitale de l'État indien du Maharashtra. C'est la ville la plus peuplée d'Inde avec une population estimée à 12,4 millions d'habitants. Avec les régions voisines de la région métropolitaine de Mumbai, il s'agit de la deuxième région métropolitaine la plus peuplée d'Inde, avec une population de 21,3 millions d'habitants sur une superficie de 4 400 km2. Mumbai se trouve sur la côte de Konkan sur la côte ouest de l’Inde et pos...
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Drowning in Waste – Case Mumbai, India

Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) is the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is the most populous city in India with an estimated city population of 12.4 million. Along with the neighboring regions of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, it is the second most populous metropolitan area in India, with a population of 21.3 million over an area of 4,400 km2. Mumbai lies on the Konkan coast on the west coast of India and has a deep natural harbor. It is also the wealthiest city...
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22 levels of wasteWOIMA® flexibility – Scalability

22 levels of wasteWOIMA® flexibility - Scalability The wasteWOIMA® power plant is based on a WOIMAline (powertrain) ideology, where the 15MW WOIMAline is the standard power generation unit. Larger WOIMA power plants comprise of two or more WOIMAlines and deliver the corresponding power; two WOIMAlines for 30MW, three WOIMAlines for 45MW etc. The WOIMAlines can be constructed simultaneously or one-by-one, base...
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Pollution ne menaçant pas les Sites du Patrimoine Mondial de l’UNESCO – Archipel de Kvarken, Finlande

La Haute Côte en Suède et l'Archipel de Kvarken en Finlande sont situés de part et d'autre du golfe de Botnie, dans la partie nord de la mer Baltique. Cette vaste zone de 3500 km2 (dont environ 1000 km2 sont de type terrestre) est le lieu où le haut rencontre le plus bas. Le paysage vallonné de la Haute-Côte avec ses îles hautes, ses rives abruptes, ses falaises lisses et ses anses profondes contraste avec l’Archipel de Kvarken avec ses milliers d’îles basses, ses baies pe...
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Pollution NOT Threatening UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Case Kvarken Archipelago, Finland

The High Coast in Sweden and the Kvarken Archipelago in Finland are situated on opposite sides of the Gulf of Bothnia, in the northern part of the Baltic Sea. This vast area of 3,500 km2 (of which about 1,000 km2 are terrestrial) is where high meets low. The High Coast’s hilly scenery with high islands, steep shores, smooth cliffs, and deep inlets is a complete contrast to the Kvarken Archipelago with its thousands of low‐lying islands, shallow bays, moraine ridges and massive boulder fields...
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