To implement wireless smart fire alarm systems in physically large indoor/outdoor areas, plants, stores, agricultural areas, forests and historical buildings, where no construction activity is possible.
The project will study membrane nanofiltration designed to remove boron and other pollutants from ceramic wastewaters. These polluting agents prevent wastewater reuse and make wastewater handling difficult.
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.
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.
The general objective is to solve the slaughterhouse waste valorisation of high keratin content by means of applying environmental friendly technologies allowing to obtain biogas and new fertilizer products for farming application.
Development of new flame retardant chemicals capable to functionalise fabrics of different nature, without altering the properties of the textile and just making use of the optimal quantity of that product, and simultaneously reducing the environmental impact.
The main objective of the project is to research and develop a new valorisation technique of the main waste generated in the edible oil refine process, which enables the valorisation of two components of this dangerous waste, the oil and the bleaching earth.
All the countries with operative nuclear plants regulate re-racking of spent fuel pools. At present this re-racking is made through high cost operations for racks manufacturing and in-situ re-racking, with high personnel costs. This project is focused to develop a more competitive re-racking system.
The initiative aims to consolidate multiple lines of research that will be focused on research and ergonomic fireproof undergarments, with improved functional and structural properties compared with those existing currently that behave like a second skin.