Processum – Anything Made from Oil Can Be Made from Biomass
An international biorefinery hub. Processum has during a number of years purposefully built up a set of pilot equipment aimed at biorefinery projects. The equipment consists of pilots for thermochemical pre-treatment, biochemical processes, thermochemical syntheses as well as pilots for separations. A broad spectrum of biomasses, like forest raw materials of all kinds as well as industrial residual streams and waste materials, can in pilot scale be converted to e.g. materials, proteins, bioenergy and chemicals. There are also pilot equipment for algae, torrefaction and drying trials in Umeå.
Dåva Landfill and Waste Center with a 1000-year perspective
Dåva Landfill and Waste Center in Umeå AB (Dåva DAC) takes care of many types of waste. Some examples are ashes from waste incineration and combustion of biofuels, contaminated soils, various waste products from the industry, waste for landfill from households and businesses, asbestos and sulphide soil. We see this as exciting wastes, often with great potential of recycling. We work with flexible solutions, in order to recycle as much as possible.
Unique water purification
Järven Ecotech designs and installs complete treatment plants for purifying and collecting surface/storm water, leachate, industrial water and sewerage water. For example, Järven Ecotech’s totally unique floating walls/baffles can replace conventional surface/storm water purification solutions on the market, such as dug/excavated surface water basins, sedimentation tanks and filtering solutions.
From table to soil – a holistic approach on waste management
The municipality owned waste plant has a holistic view on waste. They work with developing all stages within waste management. From table to soil, as they express it. From smart curbside collection to pumping out biofertilizer to the farmfields.
Sysav – Waste to resources in southern Sweden
Sysav (South Scania Waste Company) and Sysav Industri AB receives, recycles and treats waste from households and businesses in southern Skåne. The companies are owned by 14 municipalities with a joint population of around 700,000, and have approximately 6,000 companies as customers.
The Ecological City of Tomorrow in the Western Harbour, Malmö
Western Harbour, previously a run-down shipyard and industry area of 187 hectares, is today a vivid “city within a city” with a university, ~10,000 inhabitants and more than 16,000 people working (2016). The area has its own systems for managing its energy supply and waste treatment. Car traffic in the area has been minimized as an environmentally friendly approach to urban planning and mobility.