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 the use of a combination of chemical reagents and constructed wetlands to de-colour textile wastewaters which currently cause environmental and financial problems.
Providing the tools needed by water bio-treatment designers and operators to manage tailor-made innovations in order to create more efficient wastewater treatment processes to remove very complex and rare mixtures of organic water contaminants.
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.
To develop a new visible light active technology for water detoxification and precious metal recovery from wastewater in the silversmith - goldsmith (electroplating) industry.
Basic goal of this project is the development of technology for industrial waste recycling and production of new construction materials, with high performances, reduced environmental impact and adjusted to customer needs: geopolymers, as well as the porous ceramic building materials.
Asipari builds an online-based real-time multi-heavy metals biosensor and purification method achieving information- and being decision support system for urban and industrial water quality assessment and management integrating on-line monitoring and modeling, in support of relevant eu directives.
To perform a wide study of the possibilities of achieving "zero waste" concept in feather wastes of poultry industry, i.E. Use of waste feather in development and production of various types of side products of higher added value.
The aims are research works on multifunctional textiles for shielding electromagnetic fields energy in order to protect men and also sensitive special equipment. New shielding textiles for technical and special applications with added-value properties will be obtained.
Research and Development of Methods for Persistent Organic Polutants (POPs) Elimination