Development of a low cost, highly operational prototype system based on multiple autonomous underwater vehicles for environmental/oceanographic data sampling in coastal waters with adequate spatial-temporal resolution.
Development of the use of a combination of chemical reagents and constructed wetlands to de-colour textile wastewaters which currently cause environmental and financial problems.
Investigation and technological development of new products based on exfoliated vermiculite, to tackle environmental pollution caused by liquid aliphatic, aromatic and polycyclic hydrocarbons and their derivatives.
Costas. Beach environmental treatment. Elimination of contaminant organics from residual waters through oxidation treatment.
The project will establish: the ecological concept of storing and sorting textile waste, classical and non-conventional technologies for recoverable fibres, directions for operational, decisional and strategic management in the field.
To develop a new visible light active technology for water detoxification and precious metal recovery from wastewater in the silversmith - goldsmith (electroplating) industry.
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.