To create a function prototype model of a mobile device for ecological liquidation of rubber. The project will result in the ecological liquidation of waste directly at source.
Metals in municipal and industrial wastes are removed using a combination of advanced models based on the theoretical fundamentals of fluid dynamics and molecular physics with innovative process integration and intensification techniques.
The aim is to set up a complete value chain for recycling wood originating from creosote-treated railway sleepers. The solution will be based on the retification process.
A new well regeneration system is to be developed. In comparison to the latest available technology, it will require a maximum 50% use of chemicals whilst doubling the regeneration cycle time.
Development, laboratory and field tests, manufacturing and implementation of a system for monitoring and predicting dangers caused by natural and technological hazards which occur in long-walls and galleries during underground coal mining.
To examine the ability of specialised plants and mycorrhizae to tolerate soil heavy metals in order to develop specific phytoremediation strategies for the restoration of metal contaminated sites.
To innovate the process of preparing material mixtures for the production of pressed boards made of recycled rubber granulate obtained by crushing used tyres.
To develop the stabilisation/solidification method so that those responsible for harbours & other areas with contaminated sediments & other dredged materials can analyse & apply the s/s method as alternative to the current methods of treatment
To develop a compact/low cost high performance raman spectrometer (enhanced with patented, proprietary, crystal/grating technology) optimised for detection of explosives.
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.