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Waste to energy
Abir Holdings Inc is responsible for the deployment of technologies owned by Rok Venture Holdings LLC, a joint venture between world renowned Scientists and Business minds. We took on the challenge to make our planet cleaner, more efficient and technologically advanced by deploying impactul innovations.

We created, tested and patented a highly profitable Thermo-Chemical Method (TCM) system for treatment of municipal solid waste (MSW), along with commercial and industrial waste. Our TCM and Gasification System is sustainable, inexpensive, cost-effective and efficient. The Technology is free of pollution, ash or secondhand waste production. The intended system makes for cost effective power production as well as the creation of useful byproducts from any kind of raw material including hazardous waste.

Our mission is to enable Global Leaders to answer the most challenging question:

“What Should We Do With Our Waste?”

Preparation Bunker

Organic/Inorganic unsorted SW is dumped and stored within the preparation bunker where the waste is shredded, sorted, and compacted into suitable pieces. The shredded waste is then fed into a transporter that delivers the waste into the Reactor. Our Bunker is odorless and scalable based on local municipal needs.

Gas/Water Cooling and Cleaning

The collected gas mixture from the reactor passes through a cyclone for filtration of inorganic elements and through a scrubber to dehydrate and clean the gas. Next is separation of useful chemical commercial salts (HCl, HF, S) byproducts from the syngas. The recovered water is filtered, cooled and reused in closed cycles for multiple uses including the aquaponics greenhouse. The excess heat energy can be transferred for public use.


The waste of any raw material is fed into the Reactor utilizing our proprietary patented process. As a result, our TCM-WTE (thermo-chemical method-waste to energy) plant produces a huge volume of syngas, which consists chiefly of carbon oxides and hydrogen gases (CO+H2 ).
Simultaneously with organic gasification, at high temperatures all inorganic materials melt to a glassy slag and multi-metal alloy that forms two separate liquid lava layers at the bottom of the Reactor. These lava layers are then transformed into commercially viable materials.

Metal & Slag Foundry

This section of our plant is used to collect the Reactor lava which consists of; ~5,600tn/year of hygienically inert multi-metal alloy that is cast into metal goods and/or is sold to a refinery.

~ 16,500tn of multi-component glassy slag (no carbon or ash inclusions), which when hardened is usable for filling additives in building and road/pavement materials and concrete


Our cleaned and cooled synthesis gas is stored in this section of our plant. The syngas can be sold as is, or further processed into various liquid fuels and industrial chemicals. The TCM system produces super-clean syngas with a calorific value of 3,600kcal/kg-- similar to your natural gas used for cooking which by volume is composed of hydrogen, H2 (~ 48%) and carbon monoxide, CO (~ 47%). The syngas is also partially used to sustain plant operations.

Power Station

The major part of the produced syngas burns in turbine generators to generate power. The produced power is sold back to the grid or local power provider. The exhaust CO₂ is not released into the atmosphere, rather it passes through additional heat exchangers in order to heat water and create additional electricity using a second set of generators. The now cooled exhaust from our turbine generators is sent into our Greenhouse.


Our Greenhouse consists of an aquaponic system that uses the water extracted from our process to grow various greenmass. The CO₂ produced by the turbine exhaust is fed into this closed environment. The greenhouse is controlled using state of the art air conditioning and filtration systems to insure safe working conditions for our staff. The produced oxygen is sucked back into our closed loop superheater. Additionally we may grow fish within our aquaponic pools and in the surrounding areas. All needed electric energy for various filters, systems and pumps will solely operate using the power produced on site from MSW.

Gas To Liquid Fuels

In this part of our plant we can convert the syngas into various useful fuels. The primary use of syngas has been in methanol synthesis and Fischer-Tropsch (FT) synthesis. Methanol can serve as a fuel or a precursor for the creation of many industrial chemicals. Hydrocarbons and oxygenates from the FT synthesis can serve as an excellent clean fuel – an alternative to petroleum-based fuels because it is free of the sulfur and nitrogen compounds commonly present in those fuels.

Control room

Our control room is responsible for onsite and remote management of inbound waste and all day to day operations, including predictive maintenance and premature equipment failure analysis for our fully automated plant. It is staffed around the clock since the plant functions 24/7/365.

Electrical substation

A substation is a part of an electrical generation, transmission, and distribution system between the generating station and consumer, electric power may flow through several substations at different voltage levels. A substation may include transformers to change voltage levels between high transmission voltages and lower distribution voltages, or at the interconnection of two different transmission voltages.

We invented, patented and tested a new thermo-chemical method for nanofabrication of a cost-effective electric wire with super-advanced properties.
Our Quasi - Superconducting (QS) ceramic wire at room or liquid nitrogen temperatures correspondingly transmits, without heat loss, 50 times more electricity than standard copper wire.
An application of QS wire will result in a 5x decrease in cost, weight, diameter and energy losses in electric cables, motors and transformers

Multi-Strand Electric Wire

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33 years ago, two Nobel Prize winners discovered High Temperature Superconductor (HTS) ceramic crystals that at liquid nitrogen temperatures transmitted an enormous amount of electric current.
Since then, thousands of specialists have been developing 1st Gen and 2nd Gen high temp superconductor electric wires using physical methods and technology, yet did not find a practical application. Therefore, 1st Gen and 2nd Gen HTS electric wires are not yet on the open market and cannot compete with traditional copper wire due to high capital, production costs, usability, quality and reliability drawbacks
Our team members, Professor Anatoly Rokhvarger - D.Sc. and Professor Lubov Chigirinsky-Ph D applied thermo-chemical methods and Ceramic Engineering nanotechnology that resulted in the invention of:

  1. Thermo-chemical nanotechnology of full dense sintered QS micro-ceramic composite material with self-assembled honeycomb-like nano-architecture, where ceramic crystal grains surround (and are caged by) glass films and silver dots that result in inter- and inner-grain uniform superconductivity of micro- and macro-size electric leads;
  2. Flexible QS ceramic wire strands , where metal substrate strands are dipped in an adhesion coated by HTS ceramic suspension with further thermo-chemical nanofabrication of integral and 8 – 10 micron thick (and therefore, flexible) 3rd Gen High Temp Superconducting ceramic layer.
  3. “[Metal substrate strand reel] – to – [HTS strand reel]” conveyor production line to continuously manufacture QS round strands that can be twisted into multi-strand electric wires or cables with required carrying capacity. We i nvented, developed, produced in the lab and tested QS round strands with dia. = 0.06 mm having r ound Nichrome alloy su bstrate strands with dia.= 0.04mm
Special Technical Advantages of QS Wire
  1. In contrast with a tape form wire, round form of 3G HTS strands and multi-strand wire are usable and efficient for cables as well as for coils of electric motors,transformers.
  2. Open surface contacts of round QS strands allow compensation of the breachesof superconductivity in neighbor strands, which assure reliability of themulti-strand wire or cable.
  3. Surface contacts allow splitting connection/joining of pieces of multi-strand wiresor cables.
  4. Round form of QS wires and cables makes it easier to design their cooling systems.
  5. The use of QS cables with their cooling jackets 5x decreases the width of high power cable underground tranches within towns or cities.
  6. Permanent reliability of QS multi-strand wire and its Electrical Engineering applications.
  7. Non Flammable LN coolant substitutes flammable oil in electric motors and transformers.
  8. QS wire and all electrical engineering applications from it can efficiently work at both room and LN temperatures.
Price assignment for QS strands

QS round strands with dia. =0.06mm and NiCr-alloy substrate - production cost 0.16 cents/metre. The QS strand can substitute electric copper strand with dia. = 0.3mm, which on the open market costs 2.2cents/m. Therefore, as plant owners we would assign an attractive price for QS strands with dia. = 0.06mm at $0.022/m and profit $0.02/m.

Profitability and Benefits

The invented technological conveyor line should produce 100,000 km/year-QS and will cost $2mill to deploy. As QS wire plant owners we will earn $2 mill/year, pre-tax profits from operation of one manufacturing line and ROI = 100%. 20 technological lines will earn our plant $40+million/year in pre-tax revenues.

Environment benefits of QS wire APPLICATIONS

The use of QS wire will eliminate the current electrical energy heat losses and correspondingly reduce power consumption, which will result in 10% reduction of burned fossil fuel consumption and related air pollution emissions.

Invented QS multi-strand electric wire use cases
  1. Electric motors, transformers and generator rotors with a 5x reduction in costs, weight and size,
  2. Electric cables of any carrying capacity with a 5x reduced cost, weight and diameter;
  3. Cost-effective electric grids;
  4. Electro-magnetic propulsion jet engines for aircrafts and high-speed ships;
  5. Supercomputers and a supercolliders;
  6. Current limiters on the electric systems and grids;
  7. Superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) systems for:
    1. an assurance of the electric grids and
    2. fast recharging of electric cars to support or to substitute large batteries
Invented nanotechnology and QS composite material can be also used for
  1. QS ceramic coating metal surfaces of any configuration for
    1. antennas and
    2. radar shielding of metal military objects such as aircrafts, submarines and ships;
  2. Pellets and other bulk leads for rails of magnetic levitation (MagLev) high-speed trains;
  3. Gyroscopes and other devices employing unique levitation effect;
  4. Other electronic precise systems and devices using signals filtration or definition including 5G telephone systems.


Patent Originator and Co-Inventor
  • 2020 – Departed this life. Chief Technology Officer: Rok Venture Holding, LLC; NY
  • 1993 – 2020. Since 2006 - President: IÉAAS, Inc., (nonprofit) at COJECO NYC
  • 1992 – 2005: Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, NY; Civil & Environmental Eng., Chemical Eng., and Materials Science Departments; - Research Professor
  • 1996 - 1999: Nucon Systems, Inc. NY, NY; - VP for R&D
  • 1984 – 1991: University for Continuing Education of Industrial Managers, Moscow;
  • Informatics and System Analysis Department; - Professor
  • 1975 – 1991: Ceramics Industry Analytical & Technical Center; Moscow, f. USSR; Department Head.
  • For 20 + years worked in the USSR - developed nine technological systems and six advanced ceramic products, as well as three management computer systems for Ceramic Materials Industry of the f. USSR;
  • For 15 + years- worked in the US - invented and developed three alternative thermo- chemical technologies; ceramic materials, processes, apparatuses; and electricity related products.
    1. Thermo-chemical Nanofabrication of 3rd Gen Superconducting Round Electric Wire or Cable.
    2. Microwave Assisted Drying and Firing of Thick-walled and Large Size Ceramic Containers for Permanently Safe and Onsite Disposal of Spent Fuel Rods of Nuclear Power Plants.
    3. Waste to Energy Plant.
  • New Jersey Technology Council gave the first award to Rokhvarger’s Cost-ef ective Nanofabrication of 3G Superconducting Ceramic Wire project as the best among Electronics and Advanced Materials Innovations that were submitted on the US Mid Atlantic Forum
  • The American Ceramic Society recognized Dr. A. Rokhvarger among 100 greatest innovators of the 20 th century for Conveyer Technology of Ceramic Tile Using Rollers Hearth Kiln
  • Marquis Who’s Who, NJ is recognizing Dr. A. Rokhvarger in annual issues of “Who’s Who” in …”: “… the World”; “… America”; and “… Science and Engineering”
  • Eight books including two editions of a college textbook
  • 196 publications, including 22 since 1993 (44 articles were published in English)
  • 52 presentations at professional meetings, including 18 since 1993
  • Since 1998 seven US patents as well as several pending US and international patents.
  • The American Ceramic Society, Member, 1991 – Present
  • Materials Research Society, Member, 2002 – Present
  • Russian Ceramic Society, Head of the Moscow section, 1978 – 1991
  • Math-Statistics Seminar at Moscow Univ. "Data Analysis/Decision Making", Participant, 1975 -1990
  • Editor of All-USSR monthly journal "Ceramic Wall and Porous Materials", 1985 – 1991.
  • D.Sc. - in Chemical-Ceramic Engineering, Tech. Univ., Leningrad, f. USSR
  • Ph.D. - in Chemical-Ceramic Engineering, Chem.-Tech. Univ., Moscow
  • MS - in Chemical-Ceramic Engineering, Chem.-Tech. Univ., Moscow
  • MS - in Applied Statistics, Design of Experiment and System Analysis, Moscow State University.
Chairman & CEO of Abir Holdings & Rok Venture Holdings LLC.
  • Entrepreneur & Investor focused on Global Initiatives that will help shape the future.
  • 10+ years of professional experience as a CMO, CEO & Advisor to multiple global companies in the Energy, Biotech, Marketing & Business Development Sectors.
  • Self Educated, Multilingual Businessman with a global network & reach.
  • 2008 - Studied Mechanical Engineering - College Of Technology, New York, NY
Vladimir Boyko
Technology Developer, Co-Inventor & Advisor
Vladimir Boyko was born in Kiev, Ukraine. He has over 40 years of experience in engineering. Mr. Boyko received his Bachelor's of Engineering with a concentration in Naval Engineering from Kiev Shipbuilding College, 1958. He also graduated from Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI) with Masters in Aviation Technology, in 1965. From 1965 to 1982 Vladimir worked as an engineer and economist at the Ministry of Industry and Trade in the former USSR and was authorized to travel abroad by the ministry to various foreign countries. From 1982 to 2006 he worked in various Moscow government and commercial organizations, working with a group of scientists on environmentally friendly (clean) technologies. In 2006, Mr. Boyko immigrated to the USA for permanent residence, where he continued to work on waste management and utilization.
  • 40+ years professional experience in Engineering and Business Management
  • Since 1984 he has developed energy sustainable technologies including waste utilization
  • Masters in Mechanical Engineering - Moscow Aviation University, Moscow, Russia
Technology Co-Inventor & Advisor
Born in Moscow, Russian Federation. Graduated from the Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys (MISIS) with a BS/MS in Metallurgy in 1971, with a concentration in Physical Chemistry of Metallurgical Processes. 1971-94 worked with the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Soviet Academy of Sciences, Moscow, receiving a PhD in Chemistry in 1989. Was a Senior Research Scientist, head of a scientific group studying chemical resistance of materials, in 1989-95. Immigrated to the USA in 1995. Worked at the Brooklyn Polytechnic University Department of Chemistry in Chemical Engineering and Material Science from 1997-2000 as a research scientist, studying the application of electro conductive polyaniline coatings; developed silica/polyaniline, a photonic band gap composite. Worked at the TROG Corporation Inc. at Brooklyn Polytechnic University,working on manufacturing high-temperature superconductor (HTS) wire in 2000-2003, and at HTS Nano-Ceramics, Ltd working on cost-effective nano-fabrication of superconducting ceramic wire and 2D/3D electric leads in 2003-2006. From 2006–2015 was an adjunct professor and instructor in chemistry, analytical chemistry, and nano composites at Brooklyn Polytechnic; then 2015-present, was a Chemistry Lab Instructor at Tandon School of Engineering at NYU (formerly Brooklyn Polytech.)
  • 10+ years as an Adjunct Professor at Polytechnic Institute of New York University
  • 25+ years as a Senior Scientist in Physics and Chemistry - Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences

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