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.
The objective is r&d of a detector of dangerous radionuclides and its implementation into an explosives analyser which was developed under a eureka project. This combination of analysers introduces a unique detection technology.
To provide environmentally friendly hazardous waste recycling and treatment services by means of an integrated centre (carbon free pyrolysis incineration, energy production and recycling). The location in chamusca ecopark will help promote local industrial symbiosis.
The proposed cooperation for developing dana - a dynamic anaerobic aerobic reactor - will enable, for the fist time, the integration of anaerobic and aerobic processes in one vertical configuration.
To design equipment for organic waste recycling which is designed for small farms and food processing companies.
Prapi (pollution reduction and profitability improvement) the prapi project will develop a range of technologies capable of reducing environmental pollution in livestock confined operations, thus increasing livestock performance and production profitability.
Research and development of a direct wind driven desalination technology for the offshore industry. A heat pump will be driven by a windmill (no generator inside). The heat pump is part of a destillation/evaporation process thus producing potable water from seawater.
To provide the foundation to enable the development of novel ndt techniques for inspection of power generation plants, including the development of inspec systems based on a combination of tofd and phased array. Ventilation systems for inspection based on cheaper carbon absorbers will be developed.
Develop an innovative chemical free leachate treatment facility by using a novel type of membranal electrolysis treatment technology, electro-flotation, and by remote monitoring and controlling of water quality. The aim is to locally treat landfill leachate to prevent environmental contamination.
Advanced technology for intensification of biological wastewater treatment using a magnetic device will be developed. A magnetic device will be constructed, evaluated and optimised for various biofilm structures (suspended or attached to novel macro/nano-fibre scaffolds) and specific wastewaters.