Development of a low cost, highly operational prototype system based on multiple autonomous underwater vehicles for environmental/oceanographic data sampling in coastal waters with adequate spatial-temporal resolution.
The main objectives are the design, development and manufacturing of a special electrometrical complex modelling device for the geological and environmental study of the baltic shelf and coastal zone.
Develop a water purification/recycling platform which will make it possible to purify water directly from the source of pollution so it will be possible to scale/modify/trim the purification system for use in a wide range of sectors.
The project involves the creation of new, effective tools and technologies for improvements to waste treatment in existing and new health risk waste management systems.
Development of optimal complex technology for intensive cleaning of soil contaminated by oil pollutants, based on the separation of migrating fraction of oil through the use of biosurfactant/biodegradation of non-migrating fraction.
Development of recycling technologies for the production of steel-making modifiers from industrial ash waste instead of natural products such as caf2, cac2, al, mg and others.
The goal is to develop an instrument incorporating state-of- the-art technologies to provide the ultimate customer with a low cost 'go-no go' safety toxicity tester using biosensors and to quickly identify the exact location.
The aim of the project is to develop, design and construct a thermic destructor in which hazardous substances of type pcdd, pcdf and pcb will be destroyed.
Use the proposed wastes with specific sorption properties in process stabilisation of dangerous waste elements. processing/optimising of waste stabilisation methodology using the encapsulation process and chemical sorption.
Technological improvement of erm methods for protection and remediation of polluted environment due to tourism activities in adriatic/alpine regions with specific pollution loadings, water consumption and climate oscillations.