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Clean Leachate - COMBINED ANODE AND CATHODE PROCESS TO TREAT LANDFILL LEACHATE

This project will lead to the development of an automated, modular, mobile leachate treatment system. The treatment will be carried out directly in an advanced oxidation process that uses reactions at both the anode and the cathode of a new form of electrolytic cell that we are developing. Whilst current treat¬ment methods can be expensive to install and maintain, may involve the use of chemicals and require permanent positioning at the landfill site, our apparatus will allow new treatment strategies to be used by the landfill operators.

Technologies for phosphorus recycling from water environment

Today, phosphorus is mostly obtained from mined rock phosphate and existing rock phosphate reserves could be exhausted in next 50 – 100 years (Cordell et al., 2009). Phosphate minerals are the main hosts of phosphorus during its environmental transformations. Whether in phosphate ores, rocks or soils, they act as the primary source of phosphorus.

Retention of rainwater in structures of plastic blocks

The study of the Sheffield University (UK) has clearly proved that the configuration of AS-NIDAPLAST blocks with a bottom drain is more reliable and safer than tank configurations with blocks with direct inflow. At the same time it has shown that in tanks with a bottom drain there is only a minimum risk of silting with fine sediments and almost a zero risk of blocking the tank with large waste items of the plastic bag type.

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619 00 Brno
Czech Republic

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