Housing and Communal services is one of the largest sectors of the world economy, a promising market, most in need of innovation and investment.

The introduction of modern technologies and methods of doing business in this sphere leads to the improvement of the life of the population and the strategic position of the country as a whole. According to estimates of the World Health Organization, about 90% of human diseases are associated with the use of poor-quality water or the use of untrained water in everyday life – for washing dishes, taking a shower, washing, etc. The water used in our country is, as a rule, significantly inferior in quality leading western countries. Water supply and sanitation represent a huge market, measured in the hundreds of billions of dollars on a global scale.

Reputable international organizations have already agreed that water is oil of the 21st century. It would be extremely short-sighted to ignore such a significant reservoir for the cyclical life support of the whole world.

Water quality is of key importance not only for people’s health and life expectancy. Industrial use of water can make serious demands on its quality in accordance with the technologies used, directly affecting the quality and cost of manufactured products.

Adhering to and developing the principles of sustainable development of the UN, we have solved two fundamental issues that have long been discussed by the world community

  1. To achieve the goals of the global agenda for the period up to 2030, an uninterrupted supply of natural resources is required. Population growth and continued urbanization will only increase demand. Modern resource consumption models are highly unbalanced: high-income countries consume more than 25 tons of resources per person per year. At the same time, the least developed countries consume less than 2.5 tons per person per year. As the standard of living increases, consumption will increase, and the total amount of resources consumed will increase dramatically.
  2. The transition of industrial supply chains from the traditional linear model to a more stable and potentially more profitable cyclical model based on blockchain is relevant for all significant industries. Transformation leads the industry, as well as the approach to resource management, directly to the ecosystem model of sustainable development.

VODPROM is a project company within the framework of the UNICAP PFI project, which finances, designs, builds and operates the object of the contract.

The PFI concept guarantees VODPROM safe, independent of market conditions and crisis-free development for decades. The authorities do not interfere in the current activities of their partner, allowing him to reduce the cost, especially at the operational stage, through the use of innovations, know-how, cooperation and other actions.

The VOD platform is a special blockchain de–fi system of the VODPROM project, which allows you to collect, analyze and open universal access to environmental information, starting with a water resource, accumulate big data on the state and changes of water resources, as well as, thanks to integrated AI, learn and look for solutions to save the environment

Blockchain and De-Fi provides in the very basis the structure of the DAO for the selection, decision-making and management of the campaign to save the environment. Developing the socially significant postulate of an open and equal dialogue between society, states and corporations, a tool has been created that is designed to implement the decisions of the voice of all mankind

experience and history

200 +
2 +
Million м³/day cumulative power of facilities
12 +
millions of people have access to clean drinking water
25 %

VODPROM in perspective

20 +
30 +
million clients
10 +
thousand employees
1 +
billion € of annual turnover
20 %
PFI market water treatment utilities of EAEU