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.
Development of a decision support system to reduce noise emission and improve energy efficiency of fans in important applications: automotive, home appliances, commercial refrigerators and air conditioning.
Homogeneous economic-environmental monitoring methodlogy for the study of complementarities and similarities between alternative processes (bio-methanisation and composting) by means of physical-chemical and agronomic full-scale analyses.
Costas. Beach environmental treatment. Elimination of contaminant organics from residual waters through oxidation treatment.
The project consists of the integration of different technologies (dangerous substance detectors, vision systems, telematics, etc.) Into a single system able to provide an effective tool for preventing terrorist attacks in metro facilities.
Technology will be developed for the production of concrete building materials using polymer waste and inert fillers. In composite concrete a melted polymer will be used as a binding substance instead of cement and will be implemented in waste recycling companies.
Design and industrialisation of an innovative water treatment system. The system will not use salt or external chemical elements (such as chlorine), and will be as adaptable as possible and competitively priced.
The dynamic gardens are planned to be placed in public spaces accessible at all times in order to motivate people of different target groups to move, play and communicate, thereby effectively supporting fitness, prevention and health.
To construct a factory treating residues contaminated with organic molecules of 3 distinct chemical families (phytosanitary, pharmaceutical and cytostatic).
Research and development of a process for recovering and recycling materials coming from end-of-life car shredding residue that nowadays go to landfill, against the background of eu directive 2000/53/ce and the kyoto agreement.