It is our duty to preserve environment for the future generations
Environment protection is one of the most critical priorities of our times, and efficient resource utilization is the key factor for environment protection. One of the measures to ensure efficient use of natural resources is development and wide implementation of new science driven technologies.

World's physicists developed electron beam technology over 50 years ago, and introduced its application for treatment of drinking water, industrial and agricultural waste water and its sludge, as well as treatment of polymer waste using electrons energy to enable its reuse.

Electron beam treatment of materials and products is considered to be environmentally friendly since it uses only electricity.

Thanks to growing availability of ionizing radiation technology, mankind now has the opportunity of wide implementation of electron accelerators for solving environmental issues.

The ionizing radiation technology is unique due to its ability to destroy pathogens' DNA and harmful chemical compounds in treated materials, as well as ability to modify properties of polymers to enable its reuse. Electron beams successfully sterilize all types of materials whether liquid, solid or gas.
Drinking water disinfection
As per the data from the World Health Organization:
‐ Globally, at least 2 billion people use a drinking water source contaminated with faeces;
‐ Contaminated water can transmit diseases such diarrhoea, cholera, dysentery, typhoid, and polio. Contaminated drinking water is estimated to cause 485 000 diarrhoeal deaths each year;
‐ By 2025, half of the world's population will be living in water-stressed areas.

BeamComplex manufactures modules equipped with electron accelerators for antimicrobial treatment of drinking water, which may be placed directly at water supply facilities.

Wastewater Treatment
In 2015 The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 108,000 deaths were caused by deliberate water poisoning. A common causes of such poisoning are pesticides, kerosene, household chemicals, and carbon monoxide.
Treatment of waste water will allow it to be reused in production, which is an important aspect of economical use of natural resources.Treated water discharge won't t have a negative impact on animals or people. Moreover it will improve the environmental situation.

Sewage Sludge Treatment
Sludge arising from wastewater treatment represents a serious environmental issue, requiring technological and management solutions to ensure it is processed in a safe and economically efficient manner.
Treatment of sewage sludge will enable its use in agriculture and urban greening, which is an important aspect of economical use of natural resources. BeamComplex manufactures modules equipped with electron accelerators for antimicrobial treatment of sewage sludge, which may be placed directly at wastewater treatment facilities or sludge landfills.

Reservoir Sediment Treatment
Reservoir sedimentation is a process of erosion, entrainment, transportation, deposition and compaction of sediment carried into reservoirs formed and contained by dams. It may be formed and carried naturally by rivers or be a result of waste disposal.
Beamcomplex manufactures portable modules equipped with electron accelerators for antimicrobial treatment of reservoir sediment sludge, which may be placed directly at reservoirs or other water bodies.
Flue Gas Treatment
Flue gas is a mixture of gases resulting from combustion and other reactions in a furnace, passing off through the smoke flue, composed largely of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, water vapor, and often sulfur dioxide
Beamcomplex manufactures portable modules equipped with electron accelerators for treatment of flue gas, which may be placed directly at industrial facilities and can be integrated with existing systems without halting the process

Plastic waste Recycling
As per research data published in Science Advances journal, around 9% of plastic waste generated gets recycled, 12% is incinerated, and 79% is accumulated in landfills or the natural environment. If current production and waste management trends continue, roughly 12,000 Mt of plastic waste will be in landfills or in the natural environment by 2050.
Beamcomplex manufactures compact size modules for treatment of plastic waste and production of modified polymer powders, which can be then used as additives in manufacturing of cement products, asphalt mixes and various polymer products.