Environmental Ec — Management

Innovators of a Sustainable Technology using agricultural waste to produce Silica, Carbon and Electricity

About EEM

EEM is the only company that possesses the most
cost-effective technology to produce high purity silica using rice husk/hull and rice paddy stem.

Our Mission & Vision To innovate and create a sustainable source of high demanded raw materials while simultaneously reducing environmental damage and improving the standard of living in rural communities around the world.
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Future Mismatch in Supply and Demand of Silica

Global Market
5 billion USD

Limited supply
growth rate.

Source: grandviewresearch.com

Global Silica Market

Based on a report released by the Transparency Market Research, the
Global Industrial Silica Market was valued at US$ 18.75 Bn in 2016 and
is projected to reach US$ 32.98 Bn by 2025, at a CAGR of 6.6% from
2017 to 2025.

However, there is a mismatch between the supply and demand of silica in the market. Based on the research that we have conducted and information we have received directly from people within the industry, the supply of silica has been declining over the years and the high purity silica market which are mostly used for the products which I have previously shown is highly affected.

Limitation in Supply: rubbernews.com

Why is our solution different?

Produce an
industrial amount of more than 400 tons per year of high purity silica (99.99999%) per line.

Sell high purity silica with 40% higher margin than current manufacturers.

Eco-friendly way of production.
Reduce emission of current rice production process by b>97%.

Our purpose

Our primary purpose is to introduce new technologies in different types of industries. Through our team’s innovative ideas and expertise in the field of chemistry and science, we were able to develop a technology that can produce high purity silica at the lowest possible cost using the rice husk/hull and rice paddy stem. `

Our Mission and Vision is to create and innovate a sustainable source of highly sought-out raw materials and help improve the standard of living in rural communities while simultaneously reducing the environmental damage of the rice production process, since it is one of the most widely grown crops in the world.

The Process Breakdown

So why rice husk/hull?

Rice Husk is a naturally renewable resource and one of the top food crops produced in the world. Moreover, aside from making the process much more eco-friendly, rice husks also contain silica! By using our USL-500 (one line), our only required input is the agricultural waste from the rice mills (which for the process to be viable should be at least 4.4k tons/year). This is put through our processing facility consisting of several patented technologies such as a vortex gasifier and purificator which I will get to in our next slide. Finally, we would be able to produce 420 tons/year of our main product which is 7N high purity silica, and byproducts of 103 tons/year of activated carbon and 1.168 MWh/year of surplus electricity, after powering our own machines.

Our Patents

Global Pain Points

Sourcing of high purity silica

(7N) 99.99999% purity silica ($11/kg) is produced only in laboratories nowadays.
Limited supply due to the shrinking source of the raw material and subsequent production problems.

Why is that?

The 7N silica are solely produced in laboratories. And due to its low production speed, its high investment cost of production facilities including its processes, there has been a decrease in the supply of high purity silica globally.

Furthermore, since our solution involves the use of bio waste from rice production, we have also found out that:
There is an alarming rate of air pollution produced from the burning of the rice husks / hulls which is a bio waste from rice production. The fertilizers being used have caused irreparable damage to the soil which results to lesser and lesser agricultural yields. And lastly, the parts of the rice husk and rice paddy stems that are currently burnt can in fact be put to much better use.

Our Business Model

Agricultural waste management:

Alarming rates of air pollution caused by the burning of rice husks/stems
Irreparable damage to the soil resulting in lower agricultural yields.
Lack of sustainability and inefficient utilization of resources/byproducts

Where We Are Today

Proven raw material supply
REAL buyers of 7N Silica
Potential buyer of activated carbon

We have letters from the Russian and Cambodian Governments assuring us a supply of these amounts of rice husk per year. Also we talked to Farmers Rice Cooperative and Enpower company in US

We have talked to EVONIK, the leader in silica market, they might be interested in purchasing up to 200,000 ton/year because our product quality is much better than their current suppliers. There is Russian Pharmaceutical company, willing to purchase all the activated carbon for 15,000 USD per ton.


Hello, this is Environmental Eco Management and I am here to present to you our revolutionary technology to produce sought-after materials from agricultural waste!

I am CEO of this company.

From the left, you can see market volume of supply, rice husk. World volume is 94Bn Ton, US volume is 2.2Mn Ton, Japan is 2 million ton.

From the Buy side, we have market size of Specialty silica, 5.2Bn USD, Precipitated Silica, 2.1Bn USD, And we can obtain1.2Bn of USD, which requires 2Mn ton of rice husk. Total Available Market: (Total Market Demand)

Served Available Market: (Size of that market demand you could serve) Share of Market: (how much of the market you’ll realistically obtain)

Company Roadmap

Our Team & Organization

Viacheslav Kasatkin
9 years of experience on stock-market. 5 years of experience in Europe and Asia agro-sector
Oleg Yefisko
Leaded big engineering and building projects. Worked in ng Electronics, Media-Markt-Saturn
Savilov Sergey
Chief Engineering Officer
Higher doctorate in Chemistry. Leaded research-and-development laboratory of Moscow State University. Has more than 70 articles written.
Poltavtsev Alexander
Head of Construction Site
Experienced manager in construction involving many subcontractors
Akulich Alexander
Chief Engineer
Experienced in design of industrial equipment and engineering, preparation of technical models and permits.
+2 Engineers

Production Process - Theoretical

Production Process - Tested

Production Leadtime

15% loss 20% loss
76.5 72 80%
18.7 17.6 20%


750 kg / hr Rice Husk 100%
1,800 m³ / hr Gas
500 kW / hr Electrical Energy 67%
112 kg / hr SiO2 92% SiO2C
90 kg / hr SiO2 99.99% 12%
22 kg / hr Activated Carbon 3%
150 Ltr / hr NaCI 26%

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