The project involves the creation of new, effective tools and technologies for improvements to waste treatment in existing and new health risk waste management systems.
The goal is to develop an instrument incorporating state-of- the-art technologies to provide the ultimate customer with a low cost 'go-no go' safety toxicity tester using biosensors and to quickly identify the exact location.
Research and development of a cost-effective way to re-use the process water of malting plants, in order to reduce the overall water consumption as well as the volume of pollutants, by overcoming the problem of inhibitors.
Using organic and slaughterhouse waste to produce electrical and thermal energy, and to create a high quality bio-fertiliser that can replace meat-bone-meal on the world market.
The long-term stability of s/s waste forms is unknown. Recovered s/s material from europe and the u.S.A. Of different ages will be used to assess stability and to predict long-term behaviour. A risk-management toolbox for improved stakeholder confidence in s/s will be constructed.
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.