ARCH - Architecture and roadmap to manage multiple pressures on lagoons The ARCH research project “Architecture and roadmap to manage multiple pressures on lagoons” aims to develop participative methodologies in collaboration with policy makers, local authorities and stakeholders to anage the multiple problems affecting lagoons (estuarine coastal areas).
The project EcoWater develops eco-efficiency indicators for water use sectors at a meso-level. The project aims to highlight how the introduction of innovative technologies in water systems will affect the systems financial performance and environmental impact.
ERUF-EKO, Ecological adaption of the post WWII urban areas, is a regional project involving the conversion of post-war urban areas, both residential and commercial. Main focus in the project is conversion to an ecological state, where chemicals and hazardous substances are removed and the domestic energy use minimised.
PhosCad The Baltic Sea suffers from eutrophication as a result of long term heavy anthropogenic pressure, observed on the surface as excessive seaweed and algae production but also measured as oxygen depletion further down. In the southern parts of Sweden, seaweed and algae also accumulate in large numbers on the beaches. An interesting action is to make use of forceps and filamentous algae as renewable resources through biogas production and sludge production.
PROTECT (Processes and technologies for environmentally friendly recovery and treatment of scrap, EU contract no. RFSR-CT-2010-00004) is a steel industry research project co-founded by the European Research Fund for Coal and Steel (RFCS). PROTECT aims at developing a new innovative method for a combined scrap preheating and surface cleaning, specifically for steels containing zinc coatings.
Risks and Effects of the dispersion of PFAS on Aquatic, Terrestrial and Human populations in the vicinity of international airports.