Experimental and theoretical determination of the distribution of primary and secondary air pollutants in order to understand and predict their chemical transformation and their transport over europe.
Development of biological filters for gaseous emissions has been launched. The implementation to initial exploitation and up to full exploitation will include a new partner, the pulp and paper institute from poland.
Improvement of functional/nutritional properties of existing protein-rich products and development of new protein-rich products from european protein sources. Specialized and high technological techniques have to be developed.
Global waste management service. This will be the result of the integration of existing know-how and development of new technologies. Development efforts will focus on: recycling, treatment and control evaluation/optimisation.
Development of biotechnological systems to reduce activity of anti-nutritive factors. As a result nutritional value of feed and food will increase, market competition will be improved and excretion of nutrients into environment reduced
Comprehensive computer system for project management for building constructions/civil works based on german national standards/norwegian state-of-the-art information technology. computerised integration of functions of all project phases.
Create methods/equipment for the treatment of organic wastes from municipalities/agriculture/industry to be converted into energy (biogas) and fertiliser. The project will be carried out in cooperation with sweden, poland and hungary.
Development of a new powdered cake for diabetics with natural additives and artificial sweeteners. The new products will be easy to prepare (convenience food).
New uses for environmentally beneficial moulding material binders (alkali silicate basis) for the foundry industry with optimal properties for moulding material preparation and used moulding material regeneration/recycling.
Food and fibre agroindustry extruder technology progress is hindered by high equipment costs,high energy consumption and low capacities (tons per unit). There is a need for simple, high input equipment for biopolymer extrusion.