Ineva specialized in this subject by using the fluid bed experience had between 2008-2009 with R&D studies carried out with The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey in the field of waste disposal technologies development. By completing all R&D processes in 2014, Ineva has contributed to our country’s economy by achieving a proven track record in disposal and energy recovery without having to dry the treatment sewage sludge. In this sense, the first site in Turkey has a licensed facility for disposal of wastewater.
Ineva with its high technology, continues to produce facilities that can effectively remove sewage sludge, one of the biggest environmental problems, and provide energy recovery. By joining Coşkunöz Holding in 2016 and changing its name, Ineva is moving towards becoming a specialized brand in the field.
“Ineva by its own developed technology, builds incineration systems that do not require drying process. Ineva has established the first incineration plant without drying facility in Turkey licensed by the Ministry of Environment of Turkey Republic.”
- Thermal disposal in a single step → safe discharge emission values
- The most economic disposal cost
- High steam efficiency
- Modular plants
- Compact design with minimum maintanence
- After combustion→ evaluable ash
- Steam energy → turbine → electricity energy
- First Production on Fluidized Bed Machine
- First Thermal Waste Disposal Idea and R & D Studies
- First Prototype Work
- Conformity by The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey and Successful Fulfillment Of The Project
- Initial Test Production
- First Licensed plant ( DEMİRTAŞ ORG. IND. ZONE)
- First Licensed plant – Stage 2 ( DEMİRTAŞ ORG. IND. ZONE)
- Acqusition by Coşkunöz Holding
- First electricity production plant İSU BAŞİSKELE-GEBZE (WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT)
- A new company was founded in Russia and the investments in Russia and its surroundings started.
- Completion of the construction of the first sludge to electricity plant in Turkey with collaboration of municipal and private sector.