Emjac project is about to hold an IEO on Lukki Launchpad soon. The token sale starts from 5 March 2020 and ends on 19 March 2020.
The world is currently facing significant environmental challenges based on the massive population growth of the 21st century. Energy and commodity (raw materials) costs are rising along with the volume of waste and pollution being produced globally. Solutions to problems related to waste and energy are becoming more pressing for every developed and developing economy around the world.
More than 40% World’s waste could be subject to open burning, where unwanted materials found in waste such as paper, trees, brush, leaves, grass and other debris are burnt openly, releasing smoke and toxins directly into the air. These emissions of toxins in the air can be breathed in or ingested following settlement on crops or consumption by domestic livestock. Dumped waste is also a major cause of diarrhoeal diseases.
Every year, 2 billion waste tyres are being generated worldwide. This number is increasing every year and less than 30% is being recycled in an environmentally friendly manner. The balance is usually sent to landfills or illegally dumped or shipped to other countries.
Malaysia, the total waste produced annually is 8.2 million or 57,391 tonnes and has been considered as commercial waste as there are no specific regulations on its management.
Poor management of waste tyres poses an environmental threat from fire which releases toxic gases and residues will poison the earth.
The United Nations are highlighting the dangers of air pollution and calling for action. They estimate that globally over 40 percent of waste is burned in the open air, meaning that this is one of the largest sources of carbon emissions from poorer countries. Every 30 seconds, 30 double-decker busloads of plastic waste are dumped or burned in poorer countries.
Therefore, it is urgent to find a new method which is an inexpensive, environmentally friendly, accessible and rapid treatment in order to improve the recycling of waste tyres.
EMJAC has found a solution to this problem by developing TRU facilities to recover trapped energy from waste tyres.
Our Research & Development Team has successfully formulated our TRU technology to yield Euro Grade 2 diesel, refined carbon black, steel wires and synthetic gas with ZERO harmful emissions in the environment.
The vision of the company is to recover the trapped energy in waste tyres and reduce the carbon footprint in the environment and channel the renewable energy back into the ecosystem to benefit communities around the world via a trusted market platform.
EMJAC token strives towards creating a complete recovery cycle for P2P and B2B in order to promote higher penetration of recycling and knowledge sharing that the waste tyres are being managed and recycled in an environment friendly manner. Through TRU and blockchain technology, our token holders will be able to understand, track and trace the movements of waste tyres to the thermal recovery plants around the world and the subsequent recycled products.
It will be possible to purchase EMJ on the Lukki exchange from 5 March 2020 until 19 March 2020.