Organicbioactiv aims to add value to some by products resulted from milk and poultry egg industry and to also use undervalued beekeeping products for obtaining of innovative dietary supplements,products for external use and feed additives and up-graded in marketable products
High impact industrial wastewater treatment project that will lower costs, reclaim water, stabilize contaminants from entering into the environment, and lower greenhouse gas emissions.
The objective of the project is to obtain a commercial product (prototype) from germanium, by an innovative technology that allows to recover the element of interest in the form of compound from the leach residue (borras) generated in the treatment hydrometallurgy of smelter flue dust.
Development of a system which enables to analyze the vital signs of mining trucks operators otr (caex) to ensure that the value of their vital parameters are compatible with their tasks. The signal is transmitted to a control center, where it is analysed in real time.
Goal of the project is the development of a drone based 3d deformation monitoring system for tailings dams, embankments etc. In the project the system shall be specified, designed, developed until prototype stage and tested.
Currently available personal protective equipment (ppe) against threats like ebola are inappropriate for use in hospitals in low and middle income countries. The goal of this project is to develop a more efficient ppe using innovative technologies and taking into account the general context of use.
Main objective of this proposal is to strengthen flood risk management governance through a systematic approach from technical, organizational and socio-economic aspects.
To develop a smart electrochlorination system by optimizing the required chlorine dosages. The decreased and optimized chlorine dosage system will improve the organoleptic properties of the drinking water while maintaining the low risk water quality.
The project will conduct a comprehensive research on the application of constructed wetlands technology (cws) for various specific pollutants (heavy metals, pharmaceuticals, phosphorus and nitrogen), more cws will be tested also in the third world countries as part of the "water reuse" strategy.
The project will test the new technology developed by thetis in a demanding high solids anaerobic process and use the water generated to grow algae. The technology developed by thetis includes a new uf membrane crossflow water filtration module operating in a proprietary closed loop configuration.