EurAsia Management GmbH has taken over the old idea of coal gasification into synthesized gas which has similar properties, use and performance such as natural gas.

It has evolved to such a level that today it can offer its application to:

A. Power Plants producing electricity and using Fossil Fuels, Lignite, Anthracite or any kind of Coal and Mineral Heavy Oils

Waste to Energy (W2E) plants are delivered by EurAsia on “turn-key” base, (including personnel training)

  1. All W2E receive the waste unsorted
  2. There are automatically sorted and separated Organics and lnorganics
  3. The inorganics (recyclable) are cleaned, cut and packaged separate)y for further sale (Aluminium, Copper, Iron and Glass)
  4. The remaining organic mass is fed to the gasifier where the above-mentioned composite gas is produced.
  5. The gas is propelled into steam or gas generators for power generation {electricity)
  6. Alternatively, the gas can be liquefied, stored, distributed or used without any problem such as/ with the natural gas.

B. Waste (Urban, Hospital, Industrial, Agricultural etc.) Management and treatment to Gas

The application is limited by changing the existing burner with the reactor/gasifier that will gasify the fuel to gas.

The gas produced with its combustion will produce

  1. At least twice as much energy as the unit produced before
  2. Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Emissions up to 95%
  3. Zero amount of carbon monoxide, nitrogen, and sulphur
  4. Zero Odours, and Himalayan Smells
  5. Absolutely no breathing problems to the plant neighbouring citizens

Note: Each Unit has the potential to handle and treat Hospital Waste, as well as the sewage sludge of each city (all with a different and separated reception form) as defined by EU standards.


Pure Concepts

Tailor made technological solutions allowing to deal with any kind of waste.


Integrated Solutions

Tailor Made solutions for both waste and energy projects.


Flexible Applications

Guaranteed quality of adaptable solutions.

Our concern with environment preservation and developing durable energy sources is the main goal and mission to achieve in the years to come. EurAsia Management was first established in Munich, Bavaria, in 2007 and progressively restructured under the tight supervision of Mr. Georg Langouranis, its CEO. Limiting the corporate aspect and focusing on engineering and research.

Producing clean energy is the main scope of interest and the target for our engineers. Coal, waste, lignite, heavy oil – all organic materials are a potential source of clean energy and EurAsia Management’s technology of gasifiers allows to achieve no emissions power production in most of cases.

EurAsia Management offers not only the technical, but also the financial help for developing solutions in the area of waste to energy and electricity production from coal.

EurAsia Management is the owner of top technologies in the field of waste to energy engineering and building the gasifying reactors, cooperates with the best specialists able to implant them in the countries interested in producing clean energy for the future. With an important involvement of local governments and responsible business people, EurAsia Management provides sustainable plans for dealing with growing challenges concerning accumulating waste, both industrial and communal. Its know-how and engagement assures an efficient process of technological adaptation to local demands and requirements.

The solutions concerning electricity production and the increasing need for it are the second main field of our interest, strictly related to the waste treatment and row materials available for the process.

Fuel consumption by type and manufacturing industry
in trillion British thermal units (Btu)

Waste fuels are generally used where they are created because they are readily available to use for manufacturing heat and power needs. Most such fuels are principally derived from the onsite production process and cost little or nothing to use, lowering overall fuel costs by displacing purchased fuels. Using solid waste fuels also decreases the volume of waste disposal needed, lowering disposal cost for manufacturers.

Typically, the industries producing the most waste fuels are energy intensive and can readily use them, and doing so is less expensive than marketing and transporting them to a buyer. However, for some waste fuels, such as petroleum coke (pet coke), the producing industry cannot make use of the waste fuel, while other industries can. Pet coke is produced by petroleum refineries as a waste product and sold to cement plants and paper mills to be used as a fuel and to aluminum smelting plants to be used for anodes, which are consumed in the electricity-intensive smelting process.

Information provided by U.S. Energy Information Administration