EMJAC
EMJAC
Token: EMJ


Turning Waste To Wealth

PreICO dates
Start date: 2018-12-01
End date: 2018-12-31

ICO dates
Start date: 2019-01-03
End date: 2019-03-31

Registrated in: Singapore

Platform: Ethereum

PREMIUM ICO

EMJAC categories
Banking Business services Platform
EMJAC whitepaper
Video
EMJAC token sale
KYC passing required No | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Soft cap 10000000 USD
Hard cap 33000000 USD
Tokens for sale 375000000
Token distribution in ICO
75%
75%
Price 0.11 USD
Acceppting BTC,ETH
Now, more than ever blockchain technology is revolutionizing the financial world, the most financial changes are happening in financial industry. Introducing EMJAC a platform for recycled energy buyers to tokenize there procurement. We provide the technical and legal framework that bridges between the crypto and recyclable energy buyers. This token enables you to procure your commodities under a technology of blockchain with EMJAC token platform With Emjac Tokens buyers are formalized are protected using smart contracts under Ethereum blockchain. As well as in the blockchain economy, we see protection of interest for crypto society as a major responsibility. We hope to ensure the recognition of the crypto world to a new reality in the modern economy. Join us in bringing the crypto to a real world.
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DISCLAIMER
This Whitepaper is a copyright of EMJAC LIMITED and has been approved by EMJAC Management Team for the accuracy of the
information given and confirm that, after having made all reasonable enquiries, and to the best of their knowledge,
information and belief, there are no false or misleading statements or other material facts the omission of which would make
any statement false or misleading. The information contained herein is subject to change, no part of this document is legally
binding or enforceable, nor is it meant to be, until it has been discussed, reviewed and revised by the board of directors,
the board of advisors and company legal advisors.
The purpose of this Whitepaper is to provide information about EMJAC project to potential purchasers of EMJ tokens.
The information given herein is not exhaustive and it does not imply any contractual obligations and may be considered only
as the general information about the project. This Whitepaper is intended to provide basic data on the project to the pote...

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2. EMJAC: GLOBAL WASTE TYRE MANAGEMENT
2.1 OUR MISSION
2.2 GLOBAL WASTE TYRE PROBLEM
2.3 WASTE TYRE AND CURRENT INDUSTRY PRACTICE
2.4 SOLUTION: TRU TECHNOLOGY
2.5 GREEN PRODUCTS
2.6 TRU TECHNOLOGY PARTNER
2.7 PLANT DESIGN
3. EMJAC: WASTE TO GREEN ENERGY BLOCKCHAIN
3.1 BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY
3.2 TRACEABILITY SOLUTION
3.3 MARKETPLACE
4. EMJAC TOKENISATION RATIONALE
5. EXPANSION PLAN
6. EMJAC TOKEN ALLOCATION
7. ROADMAP
8. MANAGEMENT TEAM
9. COMPLIANCE AND REGULATIONS
10. FOOTNOTE
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
EMJAC aims to be the leader in the 'Waste to Green Energy' industry to recycle waste tyres
globally by integrating our green technology with the latest blockchain.
Every year, 2 Billion waste tyres are being generated worldwide. This number is increasing
every year and less than 30% is being recycled in an environmentally manner. The balance is
usually sent to landfills or illegally dumped or shipped to other countries.
Poor management of waste tyres poses an environmental threat from fire which releases
toxic gases and residues will poison our earth. EMJAC has created a solution which integrates
both blockchain and green technology to manage and recycle the waste tyres efficiently and
provides a global marketing platform for the waste tyre ecosystem.
EMJAC (EMJ) integrates the Ethereum blockchain ecosystem, well known for its decentralized
approach that runs smart contracts to bridge and protect the relationship between EMJAC
and our token holders.
Through blockchain, EM...

GLOBAL WASTE TYRE MANAGEMENT
'We want the world population to join EMJAC to recycle and empower
Blockchain towards a sustainable future ' .
- M.K Kwan, founder of EMJAC
“Have you ever wondered what happens to your used automotive tyres
when you replace them with new tyres? Where do they go?
What is being done with them?”
- Chu Wong, Co-founder of EMJAC
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2.1 OUR MISSION
EMJAC: Driving Environmental Change through Waste to Energy
Initiatives via:

Leverage the latest Blockchain technology to solve the global
waste tyre stockpile

Reduce illegal waste tyre dumping by creating value for waste
tyres

Streamline and trace the movement of waste tyres from source to
recycling plant

Increase the percentage of global waste tyres recycled in an
environmental friendly manner

Grant a long-term worldwide sustainable and renewable energy
supply

Providing a solution and trading platform for waste tyre supplies,
logistics and products
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2.2 GLOBAL WASTE TYRE PROBLEM
Global
It is estimated that 2 billion tyres are produced globally per year and majority of these
eventually end up as waste tyres contributing a significant portion of the solid waste
stream. It was reported that the European Community generated an estimated 4.5 million
tons of new tyres in 2010, with 450 million tyres being replaced per year. In the United
States, approximately 500 million waste tyres were generated in 2007, with about 128
million waste tyres already stockpiled. In Australia, around 52.5 million tyres reached their
end of life between 2007 and 2008. Approximately 64% of these tyres went to landfill, or
were illegally dumped or stockpiled and 23% used as burning material by heavy industries
while only 13% were recycled [1].
UK
The UK produces around 60 million waste tyres (600,000 tons) a year. If not properly
reused, recycled or disposed of, waste tyres can harm the environment and local
communities, for example with fly-tipping and ...

2.3 WASTE TYRE AND CURRENT INDUSTRY
PRACTICE
Waste tyres, also known as End-of-Life Tyres are used rubber tyres that are not safe for public traffic
use due to their abrasion state. Waste tyres are hefty, thick and made of multiple materials so they
naturally present distinct challenges to dispose. Waste tyres are generally discarded after only a
small amount of rubber is worn out while the bulk of the tyres remain unused upon disposal.
For decades, un-recycled wastes tyres have gradually become a massive global pollution issue due
to the non-biodegradable properties where the waste tyres will exist in our environment for a
period of over 1,000 years. Current disposal methods of waste tires presently practised across the
world:
Landfill
About 50% of the waste tyres are used for landfill in every country. Most of the landfill sites receive
waste tyres as mixed waste with normal household waste. High gate fees deter collectors from
dumping waste tyres at landfill which often leads to dumpi...

2.4 SOLUTION: TRU TECHNOLOGY
Advanced Continuous Air-lock System Thermal Recovery Unit (TRU) is an innovative thermal
recovery newly developed concept that has the potential of converting waste tyres into value
added products. This whole system is equipped with Centralized and Dedicated Control Unit
for process monitoring and operations control.
The TRU operates in a fully closed system where the absence of oxygen prevents the waste
tyres from burning. There is no release of by-products or emissions into the environment.
The patented screw type rotary closed system ensures no leakage of pollutants into the
surrounding environment. The anticipated waste tyre recovery rate is 99.7% as compared to
conventional incineration facility of 80%.
Environmental control measures are among the most critical of system components in this
TRU system. There are patented packing towers, dry and wet scrubbers that are required to
control air pollutants by trapping down all particles. There will also be a Continuous <...
M.K Kwan
Team Member M.K Kwan FOUNDER

CHU WONG
Team Member CHU WONG CO FOUNDER

Khizanif Khizan
Team Member Khizanif Khizan Corporate Communications Director

Wan Afif
Team Member Wan Afif Green Project Advisor

William Koo
Team Member William Koo Marketing & Branding Advisor

Eugene Tan
Team Member Eugene Tan Green Project Procurement Manager

Adnan Ahmed Siddiqui
Team Member Adnan Ahmed Siddiqui CTO & Blockchain Advisor

Muhammad Shehzad
Team Member Muhammad Shehzad Head of Marketing

Julia Prus
Advisor Julia Prus Marketing and Project Advisor

Adnan Ahmed Siddiqui
Adnan Ahmed Siddiqui
CTO & Blockchain Advisor
CTO & Blockchain Advisor
Chu Wong
Chu Wong
Co-Founder
Eugene Tan
Eugene Tan
Green Project Procurement Manager
Green Project Procurement Manager
Julia Prus
Julia Prus
Marketing and Project Advisor
ICO Marketing Advisor
Project Development Manager | Marketing advisor | Business analyst
M.K Kwan
M.K Kwan
FOUNDER
Founder & CEO
Muhammad Shehzad
Muhammad Shehzad
Head of Marketing
Head of Marketing
Wan Afif
Wan Afif
Green Project Advisor
Green Project Advisor
William Koo
William Koo
Marketing & Branding Advisor
Marketing & Branding Advisor