The technique ensures total treatment of all waste water streams under the concentration limits, recycling of rinsing water and electricity production. Investigation into the technical, ecological and economic benefits of the technique
The aim of the project is to develop and implement new technology for water chemical treatment in energy systems in the power industry.
New, ecologically friendly and effective lignin-based soil conditioners for the prevention and control of forest soil erosion and related application technology will be developed.
The objective is to elaborate, complete, test and implement to production a system for complex monitoring of combined environmental hazards in deep mines based on modern methods of measurement, data transmission and processing.
Verification of the possibility of using bed and fly ash from fluidised bed coal combustion and steel manufacturing in agriculture, landscape creation, highway construction and for the production of slag cements.
Research and development of a cost-effective way to re-use the process water of malting plants, in order to reduce the overall water consumption as well as the volume of pollutants, by overcoming the problem of inhibitors.
Development of scientifically sound and technically feasible procedures to assess human exposure to electromagnetic radiation next to mobile communications base stations to fulfil the requirements of european directives.
The project will establish: the ecological concept of storing and sorting textile waste, classical and non-conventional technologies for recoverable fibres, directions for operational, decisional and strategic management in the field.
Development of a new type of binder based on alkali activated blast furnace slag and use of blast furnace slag cement with regard to the alkali-silica reaction in concrete
To prepare suitable commercial products from waste materials for use in the building industry and water management.