A unique project of the efficiently extract of
noble and rare metals, silicon oxides, aluminum and iron
from man-caused waste.

2 135 000 $
Soft cap 2M $
Hard cap 10M $
Attention! After successful pre-ICO Angenium project applied to SEC (USA) to obtain additional advantages for the project stockholders. The main ICO is rescheduled to the second half of January 2019. Follow the additional info in our telegram.

Transforming waste into a jewel

1 ton - >$1000

The funds collected at the ICO are used to build a
waste treatment plant with the subsequent extraction of high-purity (99.9%)
oxides of silicon, aluminum, iron and precious metals. The technology
is based on fluoridation and the use of a one-of-a-kind universal sorbent,
which is tens of times cheaper than imported analogues

A unique technology for the complete decomposition
of waste into constituents, which are the final product.

We recycle waste, saving the environment from pollution. From the mass of waste, we get a product of high cost. This becomes possible because of the use of a unique sorbent that extracts precious metals with maximum selectivity and is suitable for all types of waste. Today, this technology is absent at the market and has no analogues.


The purity of product is 99.9%, the degree of dispersion is from tens of nanometers to microns. The selectivity of the sorbent is 95%, its universality for all precious metals. Resumption and reuse of the main reagents during processing


Placement and replication of production in any country and region of the world. Ready solutions with a capacity from 5 000 to 1 000 000 tons per year for the processing of ash and pyrite cinders. Adaptation of technologies for various types of waste (SDW, TKO, etc.). Franchise. Ready-made business “on a ready-to-operate basis”


Consumers of non-ferrous metals, including the state, refining companies, electronics manufacturers, manufacturers of cosmetics, medicines, toothpastes, rubber products, composite materials, paints, paper, building mixtures and much more, including agriculture

Economical efficiency

One of our universal sorbent is 10 times cheaper than each of the imported analogues. Low cost of raw materials: extraction of a certain element from waste is from 5 to 15 times cheaper than at a special deposit

Ecological compatibility

The release of tens of thousands of hectares of territories irretrievably lost under the waste. Does not pollute the environment (atmosphere, water, soil). The 4th and 5th groups of waste: non-toxic and with no need for additional permits for functional. The sorbent is organic

Excess returns

Internal rate of return is from 733%. The cost of raw materials is 10 $ / t., The cost of the products received is from $ 1000 / t. Return of investments in 1 year 8 month after the start of the Pre-ICO. Revenue from 100% per annum for investors from the nominal value of the token


100% decomposition of ash dumps into components is the final products. At processing of ash dumps, only 2 reagents are used: ammonium fluoride and ammonia. At processing of pyritic cinders, the technology is used with recycling of the main reagent - ammonium chloride. It is possible to integrate the facility into the existing ecosystem, including the absorption of industrial and domestic waste

Import substitution of raw materials, materials and equipment A wide range of final products; Great market growth potential


pollution of the environment

increase of the incidence of local population and health care costs

reduction of available land suitable for living

high cost of chemical elements extracted from ore raw materials

According to the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, about 1.5 billion tons of ash-and-slag accumulations of an area of ​​28,000 hectares and about 50 million tons of pyrite waste generated during the processing of sulfuric and copper pyrites have been accumulated in the ash dumps of Russian thermal power plants.

The share of coal in electricity production in Poland is 94%, in South Africa 93%, India 78%, Australia 77%, China 70%, Czech Republic 67%, Greece 62%, Germany 52%, USA 50%, Denmark 17%, UK 33 %, and in 15 EU countries collectively is over 27%. None of these countries recycles technogenic wastes chemically, filling the road embankments or ash dumps with these wastes.

Problems solving

We clean the polluted environment

The two processes - processing
and production - become interconnected
and interdependent, which means
that we simultaneously solve all these global problems

We reduce the cost,
simultaneously increasing
the speed and volume of
mining precious
metals at times

We minimize all global
and local problems that arise
as a result of pollution


It is more global than any project
that recycles waste. It uses these
wastes as raw materials for the
production of the final product or the
recovery of noble and rare metals

We expand the area of ​​habitable land

How does Angenium work?

All existing technologies in the world for the processing of ash and slag wastes and pyrite cinders are tied to mechanical processing. But no one and nowhere in the world extracts the silicon dioxide (SiO2), alumina (AI203) and iron oxide (red pigment Fe203) from ash dumps with a purity of 99.9% and a dispersion of 10 hM, which is possible only by chemical processing. Similarly, incidentally, with the help of a unique organic sorbent, noble and rare metals are extracted, while their extraction with similar foreign sorbents is practically not cost-effective.

ANGENIUM applies a chemical method of processing using the unique highly selective sorbents, which makes production super-profitable.

The content of any element of the periodic Mendeleev's table in the anthropogenic waste (tailings, dumps, waste products) is not lower, and often even higher than in the corresponding natural deposits, developed especially for that sake.

And the extraction of a certain element from the waste is from 5 to 15 times cheaper than at the deposit!

The profitability of the project increases in many times Other chemical elements and compounds At complex passing extraction

The advantages of the sorbent used by ANGENIUM:

It extracts with a high degree of selectivity

(95%) of the solutions is the entire spectrum of noble and rare metals: gold, platinum, silver, palladium, iridium, ruthenium, rhodium, osmium; at using of 1 g of the material it is extracted about 0.7 g Iridium, 1.2 g of Platinum, the remaining NM are from 3 to 5;


Imported sorbents are individual for each NB, i.e. for the extraction of different NM the different sorbents are needed, while our sorbent can extract any NM, replacing several analogues at once.

From 10 times cheaper than foreign analogues

In addition, imported sorbents extract only 1 g of noble metals, using at the same time 5 g of sorbent.


According to expert estimates, the world market of man-caused waste can grow from 700 million to 2 billion tons per year in the future due to production growth and higher level of industrial waste processing.

In Africa, the USA, China and India, processing ranges from 10 to 60% of the ash and slag waste, but the profitability of such production does not exceed 10%, because useful materials are not extracted, and the dumps are poured into the road embankments.

Today, there are more than 1200 coal operating power plants and thermal power plants (64% in the power generation structure) in the world. Among them there are more than 500 large ones each generating the volume of ash and slag wastes of more than 350,000 tons per year.

According to the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, in the ash dumps of Russian TPSs is about 1.5 billion tons of ash and slag have been accumulated over an area of ​​28,000 hectares. In 2017, 22 million tons of ash and slag were formed, of which about 2.7 million tons were processed, which is only 12 percent, and the situation with extremely low level of processing has remained unchanged for many years.

The world production of ash and slag wastes is about

739 million tons

In countries with largest economies such as Germany, Japan and France, most of the industrial waste (from 60 to 100%) is processed, usually in inert materials by mechanical means (additives into building materials, dry mixes, concretes). At the same time, the profitability of such processing does not exceed 20%.

Project pay-back

1 year 8 months from the Pre-ICO start

Up to 6 months
from the start
of the plant

Investment attractiveness

Real income
in years ahead

Invest and gain from 100% per annum during 2 years or from 67% per annum during 5 years

Solving of Global

Become a part of the revolutionary project, designed for a radical and large-scale change in the approach to waste treatment

Full control
and transparency

Control all components of the project due to the blockchain technology

Distribution of tokens

Project Team 10%
Bounty 2%
Pre-ICO 13%

Distribution of

75% ICO

HardCap script

Pre-IСO – $10 000 000

IСO – $90 000 000

SoftCap script

Pre-IСO – $2 000 000

IСO – $18 500 000

Sale of tokens

Sale of tokens on Pre-ICO

SoftCap – $2 000 000

HardCap – $10 000 000

36% 1 week
30% 2 week
25% 3 week
20% 4 week

Sale of tokens on ICO

SoftCap – $18 500 000

HardCap – $90 000 000

15% 1-2 week
10% 3-4 week
5% 5-6 week
3% 7-8 week

Total number of tokens for sale –121 440 000


Andrey Zotov, Russia

Experience in the financial and development areas (BIP company group) in managerial positions for more than 20 years.

Alexey Rakov, Russia

Director for Scientific Research
Co-founder and CEO of a number of commercial firms involved in the design, construction, development. Work experience and research activity for more than 25 years.

Igor Tertyshny, Russia

Senior Researcher
Candidate of Technical Sciences in the Moscow Institute of Chemical Engineering. Has 34 patents for inventions and 28 scientific and technical publications, engaged in research and development, developing technologies for extracting noble metals from slimes, pyritic cinders, phosphorus-containing ore materials within commercial and non-commercial organizations.

Yuri Gorbunov, Russia

Technical Director
Work experience: 34 years at the Moscow radio factory "Temp" in management positions, where he had 8000 people in the subordination. Under his leadership 6 plants were built.

Shelestov Maxim, Russia

Development Director
He has an experience in deliveries of complex technical, technological, laboratory, computer, sports equipment, software. Experience in attracting investments.

Valentin Moiseenko, Russia

Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1997), Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences. A scientist, specialist in the field of ore formation, mineralogy and metamorphism of gold.

Igor Pugin, Russia

The developer of 35 state standards for Microelectronics.
Chief designer of the industry for micro assemblies. Chief specialist of JSC Avangard.
Projects: 1. Developer of micro assemblies for S-400. 2. Development and implementation of the Union State program on Microsystems.

Eduard Rakov, Russia

Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor.
Head of the Department of Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials; DI. Mendeleyev's.

Olga Vilkova, Russia

Author of 79 scientific articles in journals recommended by the Higher Attestation Commission, 7 patents, 72 reports at international and Russian conferences on chemistry.

Svetlana Zotova, Russia

Executive Director
Leader with 20 years of experience. Experience in the real estate market in the field of management, maintenance, rental of commercial real estate (Street Retail, restaurant business, trade, offices). Founder of companies in the field of trade and social services.

Dmitry Petrovsky, Russia

Head of Economic Security Service
About 15 years of experience in the field of economic security.

Lyubov Kovalenko, Russia

Experience in senior positions in the field of the metallurgical industry - more than 35 years.

Lidia Bashkirova, Russia

Co-founder of companies for the opening, liquidation, accounting of companies with 15 years of experience.

Dmitry Lisin, Russia

Adviser in financial matters
Experience in management positions in VTB 24 Moscow.

Sergey Gureev, Russia

Experienced Head of IT Infrastructure Support Departments.

Roman Bratchenko, Russia

IT Engineer


Michael Irgang, France

20 years of experience in managerial positions and as a founder of companies in the field of energy, nuclear energy, oil and gas industry. since 2017 FREEL TECH AG www.freel.tech Co-founder and Executive Director. - New technology in the field of energy (engineering, development) from 2017.

Edmond Heraux, USA

He has extensive experience in banking, finance, education and business. He is a member of the boards of directors of several large international manufacturing companies.

Andrea Nocentini, Italy

20 years of experience in managerial positions. Areas of activity include bio-energy and the launch of integrated environmental protection systems.

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