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.
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.
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.
Development of biopolymers from waste wood biomass (biopur)
The project encompasses a complex solution for biologically removing solid wastes consisting of natural and synthetic polymers. The r & d of this bioremediation is based on using microbial capability to colonise solid wastes.
The project will focus on testing natural serbian and croatian zeolites for their use in the removal of toxic zinc, chromium, copper and arsenic from waste and drinking water. The performance of natural zeolites and synthetic zeolite a produced in slovenia will be compared.
System and simulator for optimal control of incineration system will be developed and tested. It will be based on process data gathered during pilot plant test trials. The empirical knowledge collected will be transferred in the efficient management system, which will be used for full-scale plants.
The goal is the development and implementation of a reliable, cost-effective tailor-made wastewater technology train with a focus on the removal of specific substances in order to regulate wastewater treatment policy.
The advanced system for purification of drinking water will be developed and tested. The pilot system will be constructed and used to prepare for transfer to production. The system will be based on recent achievements in nanotechnology and research in the field of denitrification of ground water.