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Hot wastewater is channelled into a recuperative heat exchanger from housing properties, boarding houses, hotels and selected technological operation properties such as convalescent homes and fitness centres. There the heat is transferred to a support medium, i.e. cold water that is channelled into the properties’ hot water sources. Water pre-heated in this way consumes much less energy when being heated to the final required temperature. 

It is a technology of contactless energy transfer (CET) for systems within which it is difficult to obtain information from machines containing rotating parts. Unlike contemporary solutions (compact electronic components – the so-called kroužkostroje or separate sensors containing a battery), this technology reads the values more precisely. 


Biodegradable waste

  • Hygienisation
  • Aerobic maturation for the production of fertilizers (compost)
  • Biological drying for the production of fuel



A technology that – using suitable fillers and admixtures – makes it possible to convert different types of waste thermoplastics into decorative and building components containing innovative composite material – polymer concrete.

Evolutionary solution for building industries along with a complex solution in the area of environmental burdens related to the disposal of construction and demolition wastes. This technological innovation along with its know-how satisfies the requirements of circular economy in building industries since it represents no environmental and economic burden.


Micro-algae (algae) are currently presented as an ideal next generation bioenergy feedstock as they do not compete with food and feed crops. Algae can potentially produce much higher aerial yields than current agricultural crops and they can be cultivated on barren land. Algae have broad bioenergy potential as they can be used for the production of liquid transportation and heating oils such as biodiesel, bio-gasoline or they can be anaerobically digested to produce bio-gas.


This technology offers enzymatic synthesis and characterization of new biodegradable lubricants obtained by the trans-esterification of different methylesters of fatty acids (such as castor oil, soy bean oil and purghera oil) and 2-hydroxymethyl-2-ethylpropane-1,3-diol or trimethylpropane (TMP). A comparison has been made of the performance of different lipases used to accelerate these reactions. The best lipase depended on substrate but lipase that was selected was that of Candida rugosa and castrol oil, namely due to promising features of the final product...


The bio-gasoline production from waste date palm resources such as a sugar yield substrate using improved technology of hydrothermal extraction, fermentation and distillation. The extracted sugar juices are converted into bio-gasoline by aerobic and anaerobic fermentation. The fermentation in bio-gasoline production consists of two operations, namely, biomass fermentation and bio-gasoline fermentation. The distillation consists of two-stage column rectification.


Continuous biodiesel production from waste cooking oil with properties over the international standards (ASTM) and meeting the demands of low-cost production.

Basic information

Raw materials: Vegetables (non-edible and edible), oil crops, mixing vegetable oil, used cooking oil, animal fats...
The final products ---Bio-diesel and Bio-glycerin


Pyrolysis is defined as the thermochemical decomposition of organic materials at elevated temperatures in absence of oxygen (or any halogen). Pyrolysis includes simultaneous changes in the chemical composition and in the physical form and they are irreversible.


Gasification of solid fuels is the transformation of combustible substance into gaseous substances (CO, H2, CH4, CO2, H2O), at high temperatures 900-1200 °C, without the presence of oxidizing agent and under the interaction of atmospheric oxygen and water vapour. Gas composition and energy value is dependent on the type of solid fuel and oxidizer properties.

Gas energy value is from 1200-1600 kcal / m3 (at a shock wave) to 2600 kcal / m3 (oxygen-enriched shock wave).


The aim was to prepare new asphalt mixture with nanosilica (amorphous SiO2) to improve physical and mechanical properties valued especially in the construction and maintenance of roads requiring durable and high quality and resistance to crumbling induced by chemical processes.


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