The aim is to produce slow-release (sr) fertilisers from urea-formaldehyde containing solid wastes from the tanning industry and to apply the sr fertiliser for growing diverse agricultural products.
Design and industrialisation of an innovative water treatment system. The system will not use salt or external chemical elements (such as chlorine), and will be as adaptable as possible and competitively priced.
Development of biopolymers from waste wood biomass (biopur)
The dynamic gardens are planned to be placed in public spaces accessible at all times in order to motivate people of different target groups to move, play and communicate, thereby effectively supporting fitness, prevention and health.
This project will evaluate the effects of phosphate rich granules obtained from the ashes of sewage sludge from which heavy metals have been extracted on plant nutrition and soil fertility, as well as their economic impact.
To analyse all known biological and technological problems in biogas production and to propose appropriate operating conditions for upgrading efficiency and process stability in the biogas plants.
Sar-drift is a system for localisation of drifting objects in the sea. Its basic principle is to predict the position of objects on the basis of environmental measurements and forecasts, using sophisticated stochastic modelling.
Sensor intelligent systems for monitoring body and environmental conditions, integrated into intelligent textile products (work clothing, firemen uniforms, etc.). Features: nanofilms, data acquisition, personal alarm, building blocks, low cost.
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.
To develop automatic devices for the cleaning and stripping of paint on frontages using ecological media like cereal crops. The system will work in a close circuit in order to recuperate the waste and recycle the media