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.
Preparation and applicability examination of a new product obtained from processed oil derivative sludge with quick lime (cao), using the "ortwed" process for road construction and flue gas and assessment of environmental impact.
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.
Development of technological processes for the recycling of foundry sands to decrease waste, reduce the need for mineral raw materials and create financial savings for foundries.
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.
Development of wastewater treatment system, including equipment with biologically treated sorbent and in-line monitoring device for tertiary treatment of petrochemical wastewater. Optimisation of treatment technology on toxic compounds.
The intermittent aeration activated sludge process, where aerobic and anoxic phases are created in the same reactor, will be modified for nitrogen control to ensure compliance with stringent nutrient limits in sensitive coastal areas.