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Projects

SophSys is developing several projects in Croatia, Ukraine and the UK.

Overview of projects under development;

Waste2Energy recycling plant Babic Croatia

The development of a commercial waste recycling installation using pyrolysis and Advanced Mechanical recycling.

8000 tons of household waste is recycled and converted to energy via pyrolysis technology by Waste4ME to produce 5300MWh of electricity per year, feeding over 1800 households for their daily needs.

Waste2Energy City of Davor

The development of a large industrial size waste recycling site for the city of Davor Croatia.

Upon request of the city and the local waste company, SophSys has offered the construction of a 70.000 tons recycling installation, using pyrolysis to recover energy from a mixture of landfill waste and “fresh” household waste from the city of Davor.

Carbon Black Project United Kingdom

The development of a car tire recycling installation, using pyrolysis, to recover energy and Carbon Black from old car tires. 

Island Waste Project Croatia

Construction of a floating waste recycling installation to convert the waste on the islands into energy. The system will contain a floating processing plant that holds several Waste4ME pyrolysis installations and a collection ship for retrieving the waste from the islands. Several islands will also receive a local waste recycling yard to enable separation of valuable waste streams.


Sharing knowledge

Mariupol State University is one of the leading universities in Ukraine on engineering.
As a guest lecturer, the COO of SophSys, Mr Martijn Beerthuizen, teaches to both Bachelor’s and Masters students of topics such as fuel, engine modification and prototype development.

SophSys believes in the value of sharing knowledge with the students to prepare them for the outside world. As a hands-on teacher, Mr Beerthuizen lectures either via video link or in person at the university.
Lessons are done in English and with support of an Ukrainian partner, real time translated in the classroom. We are proud to be part of this university and proud to be part of their team.