The aim of the project is to develop and implement new technology for water chemical treatment in energy systems in the power industry.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 complex technology for purification of wastewater polluted by grease, based on separation of pollutants by using mechanical methods and biodegradation of the residuals, and biodegradation of separated pollutants at cleaning sites.
Qualitatively new production techniques for heat resistant aerated concretewill be developed. For this purpose, human-caused waste from industrial enterprises will be used. This is currently removed to dumping grounds and pollutes the environment.
To design equipment for organic waste recycling which is designed for small farms and food processing companies.
High productive and climate adapted poplar clones for the energy and forestry sector in Baltic Sea Region