UNIS is involved in the production and distribution of the waste-to-construction line through a recycling process.

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UNIS Capital a.s. signed in August 2021 with SMART TECHNIK a.s. and ANACOT CAPITAL a.s. business partnership agreement on waste processing and waste management.

The result of this business partnership agreement was the establishment of company LISA TECH a.s. co-owned by each of these companies. This company distributes and sells of a unique waste processing line.

Technologically, it is a transformation of waste material (ligno - cellulose material - paper, low density polyethylene - LDPE, Tetra Pak) into construction material based on the physical and chemical properties of the material. Waste processing is performed only by physical processes without the use of added adhesives or similar binders. No waste is generated during transformation, all cuttings and sawdust are returned to the process. At the end of their service life, the building boards produced in this way can be transformed again by the same process.

Specifically, processed waste is not dangerous, it is waste from the production of food and packaging materials, which ensures hygienic safety. Partial contamination does not change the character of the safe product, as the waste is processed under high temperatures.

The final product (building board) is water resistant, meets the non-flammability condition and has excellent mechanical properties, strength and flexibility.

UNIS provides the line with its own part of the control system, a series of sensors for automated operation and power supply.

The line recycles 18 tons of waste per day, of which 1,200 m2 of board is produced. If we compare the final product with a wooden OSB board, we save 18 tons of wood material every day. Thanks to the inexpensive production raw material, the return on investment is only three years.

LISA TECH a.s. follows the references of SMART TECHNIK a.s. (Iowa, USA; Philadelphia, USA; Connecticut, USA; Hamilton, New Zealand and Milevsko, Czech Republic) and at the end of 2021 it recorded its first successes. It sells lines to Australia and in early 2022 to Sweden.