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Projects und Reference

Inland projects


Since 1988 in order of private and public institutions WETECH Institute conducts laboratory investigations (samples of sediment, soil, water, wastewater, air, and waste), expertise, studies, R&D projects, exploration of contaminated sites etc. in field of environmental protection technology, for example.

· Extensive investigation of sludge, soil and water samples from Antarctic (Alfred-Wegener-Institute)

· Characterisation of suspended particles in water of river Rhine and their mass transfer with liquid phase (Nuclear Research Center Karlsruhe (FZK))

· Extensive investigation about remobilization of heavy metals from solids of surface waters using nitrilotriacetic acid (for NTA (azotic-organic complexing agents) working group by order of the BMFT (German Federal Ministry of Research and Technology) and BMI (German Federal Ministry of the Interior)

· Determination of the influence of organic ingredients on sorption and mobilization of heavy metals in river sediments (BMFT)

· Research about sorption and desorption mechanisms of heavy metals in river sediments in presence of organic solvents (in co-operation with Prof. J. Leckie from Institute of Civil Engineering, Stanford University, California/USA)

· Investigation of sludges from plant construction undustry and conceptual design of plant for decontamination of abrasive slurries (Koerber AG)

· Development of non-polluting technique for decontamination of mud of river Elbe in the harbour of Hamburg (BMFT)

· Investigations of sludges and filter residuum from food industry (Company Beck)

· Laboratory-technical investigation and development of technique for treatment of waste from mining (Engineering Company Kluge, 1991)

· Development of technique for treatment of dredged sludged contaminated with organic materials and heavy metals (Ministry of Environment Schleswig Holstein/DBU)

· Numerous expertise and studies about river sediments in Germany and other countries

· Investigation of soil, water and air including field laboratory and site supervision for reconstruction of tunnel Alsterkrugchaussee, ring road Fuhlsbuettel, construction phase 1-3 (City Building Authority Hamburg)


· Drafting of an expert´s report on blackening phenomena (foging)

· Expertise for investigation and evaluation of lead concentration in drinking water of domestic installation


Foreign projects

· Development and optimization of combined process for treatment and reuse of chemical-industrial wastewater in China (Beijing Eastern Chemical Works (BEC))

· Study for application of oxidation process for treatment of industrial wastewater (University of Innsbruck, Austria)

· Conceptual design of solid waste collection and recycling of city Konja, Turkey

· Coordination of research and development projects in Iran:

· Nitrate removal from groundwater, Mashhad
· Exploration and remediation of water losses in drinking water supply systems and its maintenance, Isfahan
· Water management and reduction of water consumption, Tehran
· Feasibility study and detailed planning od sewerage network and sewage treatment plants Tehran North and Northwest, Tehran


· Feasibility study about a sustainable and ecological concept for water supply and wastewater reuse for a new built holiday complex at a coral island

· Coordination of cooperation of BMBF with countries in arid and semiarid regions of the Middle East in the field of water research and technology

References

· BMBF (Federal Ministry of Education and Research)

· Ministry of Environment, Federal State Schleswig Holstein

· PTKA-WTE (Project Agency Karlsruhe, Water Technology)

· DBU (German Federal Donation Environment)

· AVG (Waste Processing Company ltd.)

· Daimler Chrysler Aerospace Airbus GmbH

· Chamber of Commerce and District Court, Hamburg

· City Building Authority, Senate of Hamburg




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