More know-how in the region
Setting up a waste incineration plant in an area brings the locals more benefits than just environmental ones. The jobs and technical training at the plant ensure that technological know-how in the region increases. In addition, power plant investments tend to generate other business activities, investments and know-how around them.
The wasteWOIMA incineration plant uses local household waste as fuel. By utilizing it locally, instead of decomposing it in landfills for example, the region’s problem – in this case waste – becomes the solution for increasing its self-sufficiency. People will be able to turn their waste into the end product they need: clean water or energy, which spells welfare.
Creating new business
WOIMA power plants are built into an existing infrastructure; an environment with factories and housing around it, which they generate new business for. Firstly, locally paid salaries to the plant employees circulate money locally boosting businesses. Secondly, the plant requires service and support functions, like maintenance or waste collection and transportation. Thirdly, the produced energy fractions encourage local small and medium size enterprising.