Local energy production
One of the greatest advantages of the wasteWOIMA incineration plant is the production of clean, local energy. It is important to raise a region’s degree of self-sufficiency by providing it with a means of producing its own energy, which can be distributed to local industry and households. In the long run, this is both ecological and the most inexpensive way of producing energy. Local energy production is extremely important, especially in areas with an inadequate distribution network. In such cases, decentralised power generation also solves the problem of the supply chain.
Some developing countries suffer from a severe shortage of potable water, or make it by purifying sea water. One potential by-product of the wasteWOIMA incineration plant is safe drinking water. This, in turn, can be utilised by distributing it directly to the locals or for the processes of a local factory that requires clean water.
Local production of heat
One by-product of the wasteWOIMA incineration plant is heat or steam. In warm countries, there is often no need for heating the home (unlike in frosty Finland), but the heat produced can be utilised in various factory or purification processes or sewage water treatment, for example.