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Bandiera dell'Unione Europea


Goal in line with EU's objectives

Moleeco is in the process of building plants to test in an operational environment the production of syngas of a quality suitable for the recovery of chemicals (alternative fuels such as hydrogen, methane, ethanol) and/or the production of high performance energy (IGCC, engines).

The European Union has established the objective of falling below 10% (of total waste) of the percentage of landfill disposal in the next 14 years, in Italy today we are at 20%. The MNIS® project is consistent with this goal.

The European Union has set the goal of reducing by 2030 its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% in comparison with 1990 levels and of achieving climate neutrality by 2050. With the European climate law, these targets are binding on the EU and its Member States.

MNIS project is perfectly consistent with these two objectives. Moleeco plants can be considered «proximity plants» in line with the EU directive for the treatment of waste in the same area where it is produced, with zero emissions. MNIS plants have a variable capacity, starting from a few tons per day up to approximately 50 – 70 tons/day of any type of waste, therefore they could make a community of up to 50,000 equivalent inhabitants potentially autonomous, over an area of about 1,500 m2.


MNIS promotes the formation of «WASTE COMMUNITIES» and could potentially reset the variable rate of the TARI (waste tax) for private individuals and producers of assimilable waste.

The top 5 benefits of MNIS technology



In addition to hazardous and toxic waste, MNIS can also dispose of residues from the treatment processes of any other type of plant.



Better performance in waste treatment compared to the technologies currently in use.



Waste disposal without any type of negative impact on human health and the environment and at ''0 km'' in full compliance with European proximity criteria.



MNIS works with equal efficiency even in the event of variations concerning the quantities and/or in the composition of the incoming waste to be treated.



MNIS takes up little space (it does not exceed 1.500 m2) and consequently the systems can be placed close to where the waste is produced, minimizing the costs of the collection and transport.

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