The state of the environment is one of the determining factors in the state of public health. From the environment we draw the resources we need for every day functioning – air, water, food. The unsatisfactory quality of these resources can immediately, or after some time, provoke a deterioration in our well-being, the development of various diseases, and even death.
Therefore, it is so important to monitor all changes in the environment, because even the smallest and imperceptible failings for the average person can lead to disruption of the natural balance and the emergence of processes dangerous to the health of the population.
To a large extent, this issue relates to landfills or so-called landfills. Their harmful effects are not limited only to an unpleasant odor, it is much more versatile and dangerous than it seems at first glance. From landfills, the pollution process goes in several directions at once:
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Water Supply
Penetration of toxic substances into underground and surface water sources and surface water bodies occurs due to the accumulation of waste dumps in or near the water source. Moisture seeps through the soil into groundwater, and then into surface water bodies, from which water is drawn for drinking and other needs of the population. The use of contaminated water can lead to intoxication of the body, outbreaks of intestinal infection and other infectious diseases.
Soil pollution with hazardous organic and inorganic compounds makes it unsuitable for further use for economic purposes. The process of decomposition of solid waste is gradually going on and in the soil there is not only an accumulation of hazardous chemicals, but also infection by pathogenic (pathogenic) microflora. From the soil, toxic substances and pathogenic microorganisms can again penetrate into groundwater and into the human body.
Emissions of gases contributing to the development of the greenhouse effect into the atmosphere are a visually imperceptible but quite serious problem created by solid waste landfills. As a result of the process of "fermentation" of garbage caused by the bacteria living in it, the so-called landfill gas is formed. It mainly consists of methane, carbon dioxide and other gaseous impurities in small quantities and, getting into the atmosphere, contributes to the destruction of the ozone layer. Eliminating this problem is simple if you collect landfill gas and use it as an alternative fuel for energy needs.
Flora and Fauna
The aggravation of the sanitary and epidemiological situation of the area and the uncontrolled development of pathogens are due to the fact that garbage contains a large number of available organic substances – the main source of nutrition for many bacteria, including pathogenic and parasitic organisms. Animals living in a landfill, such as dogs, birds, rodents, become carriers of dangerous diseases - plague, tetanus, gangrene, cholera, all kinds of helminth infections and many others. This can lead to serious outbreaks of disease and an exacerbation of the epidemiological situation that is dangerous to public health. Due to environmental pollution from landfills, the risks of cancerous tumors also increase.
The Solution
The solution to the problem of landfills is the creation of a cyclical economy, when waste is disposed of as raw materials for industry. However, in this case, we still face the fact that not all waste can be reused. We are forced to store most of them at the same landfill.
At UNIVASTUM, we constantly study the impact of waste on people's lives and find opportunities to eliminate or at least significantly reduce this impact.


Parameters: 1 Module

16,000 T
Disposal per year

1,5 - 4 MW
Electrical Capacity
3,5 - 7 GСal
Heat per hour
Disposal: 16,000 tonnes/year of prepared waste (approx. 30,000 of unprepared).
According to our calculations, from 1 to 5 complexes can be effectively placed in one place.
We can work with waste of various calories from 6 mJ.
Depending on which country you live in, one of our modules can completely recycle municipal waste from a city with a population of 20 to 160 thousand people.

Country, Urban, Marine & Ocean

Four different modifications of Power Plants

Country, Urban, Marine & Ocean

Four different modifications of Power Plants

Our Advantages & Benefits

Waste Management
Gasification market segment
Economic Effect
According to our estimates, the project pays for itself in 3-8 years.

Health and Ecology
Our technology generates energy with significantly lower emissions (or none at all) therefore reducing the impact on global warming and without the negative impact
the health of the surrounding communities.

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